Tens of thousands of train workers will go on strike on Tuesday in Britain's biggest rail strike in 30 years over a salary dispute that unions say might lead to coordinated action across other industries.
Johnsons spokesman, Max Blain, said the prime minister was back at his 10 Downing Street home and resting after the routine procedure.
The British government announced on Monday that "buy now, pay later" (BNPL) companies will be required to do affordability checks, obtain clearance from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and ensure that advertisements for their schemes are fair and clear.
The British government has ordered Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, to be extradited to the United States to face spying charges, Assange is likely to file an appeal.
The Russian foreign ministry announced on Tuesday that scores of British journalists, media representatives, and defence officials have been barred from entering the country.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak inaugurated the UK's advanced computing review on Monday, with the goal of developing a long-term strategy for the country's large-scale processing power, memory, and data storage requirements.
Citing unnamed sources, the Times newspaper reported late Friday that the heir to the British throne is privately opposed to U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's policy to send people to the East African country.
In a report, the accounts committee found that the Department of Health lost 75% of the 12 billion pounds it spent on PPE in the first year of the pandemic to inflated prices and faulty products.
A R Rahman, the legendary musician, has been designated the ambassador of the British Council's 'India-UK Together Season of Culture,' which aims to foster collaboration among emerging artists.
Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin said on Wednesday that the British government appeared to lack the will to resolve its lingering trade dispute with the European Union, putting the hard-won peace in Northern Ireland in jeopardy.
The scheme will be available to all graduates who have passed out from top universities based outside the UK (such as Harvard and Yale) over the past five years. Such graduates will be eligible for the visa scheme regardless of their place of origin.
The long-awaited report into lockdown-breaching United Kingdom government parties has been published and it states that a “culture” of rule-breaking in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office rests with the leaders at the top.
Even recessions in the early 1980s and early 1990s - a time of double-digit interest rates and high unemployment - produced less pessimism than the current crisis which is playing out against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine.
The incident took place at the Blackpool Pleasure Beach in UK’s Blackpool town. It was recorded by a rider who fortunately got off the rollercoaster before it stopped.
Cameron Parry, CEO of London-based financial services company TallyMoney, said gold is a “time-tested inflation hedge”
The decision relates to a claim of unfair dismissal and sex discrimination brought by Tony Finn against the West Yorkshire-based British Bung Company, where he worked as an electrician for 24 years before he was fired in May last year.
Neil Parish, who represents a seat in southwest England, said he was standing down and triggering a by-election in the Tory stronghold after what he called an indefensible moment of "total madness".
Rishi Sunak's deputy John Glenn said that the non-fungible token (NFT) would be emblematic of the "forward-looking approach we are determined to take".
Covid variant XE: UK’s Health Security Agency has said that at present, there is not enough evidence to draw conclusions about the variant's transmissibility and severity and how effective vaccine are against it.
The Office of Communications (Ofcom) announced its decision this week after serving a suspension notice to the company over a Prime Time' programme, broadcast on KTV on December 30 last year, for a breach of the Broadcasting Code with content likely to encourage or incite the commission of a crime or lead to disorder.
There has been a flurry of visits by foreign dignitaries to India in the last few days. US Deputy National Security Adviser Daleep Singh arrived in the country on Wednesday, while Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is scheduled to land in New Delhi on Thursday evening.
In their telephonic talk, Modi reiterated India's consistent appeal for cessation of hostilities and a return to the path of dialogue and diplomacy to defuse the crisis following Russia's attack on Ukraine.
Officials have not confirmed details about the visit to Saudi Arabia, but British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will reportedly meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman this week in the hope the Gulf state can increase its production of fuel supplies.
The announcement came in coordination with an embargo on Russian oil announced by US President Joe Biden.