‘You can carry on or give up’: Families living with rare diseases

Daniel and Patricia Lewi were worried about their 15-month-old daughter Amelie. She had begun crawling and…

A war is being waged against academic freedom in Britain

Over the past few weeks, David Miller, a professor of political sociology at Bristol University in…

IAG reports $8.3bn loss, supports COVID vaccination certificates

IAG backed calls for digital health certificates to be issued to people who have been vaccinated…

UK Supreme Court’s Uber decision is a victory for all gig workers | Business and Economy News

For the past few years, the “gig economy” business model – in which workers are classified…

Number of women on UK boards up 50%, but parity challenges remain | Business and Economy News

The number of women on the boards of directors of the UK’s 350 top publicly traded…

Fears of new COVID variants lead to lengthier travel quarantines

Quarantines continue to frustrate travelers and strangle airlines a year into the pandemic, with the threat…

US, Canada pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 | Climate Change News

United States President Joe Biden says that he and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have agreed…

UK agrees to EU request for more time to ratify Brexit deal

The delay by a month brings more uncertainty to an already fragile start to a new…

‘Extremely promising’: 1st dose of COVID vaccine cuts illness

Data from two separate studies published in the UK, one in England and another in Scotland,…

US sanctions two more Myanmar generals after protest crackdown

US move follows military’s use of force against peaceful protests over the weekend that left two…