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Charities praise Rashford drive to help feed hungry children

FOOTBALL star Marcus Rashford has been praised for his work to tackle childhood hunger in the UK by forming a partnership with a leading...

Covid has indeed ‘shone a light on structural racism’

MURSHEDA CHOWDHURY, who has been a doctor for 25 years and is of Bangladeshi origin her­self, has highlighted some shocking health statistics – especially...

Charities ‘at breaking point’ as domestic abuse cases rise

A POLICE force in England received more than 75 calls a day on average relating to domestic abuse over the past eight months. The...

UK advises extremely vulnerable people in Tier 4 to stay at home always

THE UK government has advised clinically extremely vulnerable people across London, the south east and east of England to stay at home at all...

Britain’s pantomime season brings cheer to COVID-19 Christmas

Like mince pies and mistletoe, pantomimes are a Christmas classic in Britain, and the stars of the cross-dressing comedy plays are determined to bring...

Raab says benefits of a free-trade agreement between UK and India will be ‘enormous’

THE UK foreign secretary Dominic Raab has said that the mutual benefits of a post Brexit free-trade agreement between UK and India would be...

UK-India to form new virtual hub to deliver vaccines ‘to prevent future pandemics’

THE UK foreign secretary Dominic Raab on Wednesday(16) said that experts from India and the UK will join forces through a new virtual hub...

Johnson will visit India in January to boost trade ties; will be chief guest...

BRITISH prime minister Boris Johnson will travel to India in January, his first bilateral visit since taking office, to try to strengthen trade and...

Johnson praises India’s ‘incredible’ initiatives in solar energy sector

BRITISH prime minister Boris Johnson has said that India has done ‘incredible things’ in the solar energy sector. While addressing the climate ambition summit, co-hosted...

Shortages, jams and shutdowns: UK readies for Brexit ‘no-deal’ chaos

Food shortages, tailbacks and congested ports: as talks with Brussels remain unresolved three weeks before leaving the EU single market, the UK is preparing...