Britain, France, Italy and Spain suggested a "phased approach" to global digital taxation talks in a joint letter to the US treasury secretary last week, which they said could open the way for a deal this year.
Britain's most senior civil servant stepped down on Sunday after reports of clashes with Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top political adviser, part of what is expected to be a wider shake up of officials at the heart of power.
Huawei Technologies said on Thursday it had received planning permission for a 1 billion pound ($1.2 billion) research and development facility in England.
British security officials have told UK telecom operators to ensure they have adequate stockpiles of Huawei equipment due to fears that new U.S. sanctions will disrupt the Chinese firm's ability to maintain critical supplies, according to a letter seen by Reuters.
Black Lives Matters protests are now global, with weekly demonstrations taking place in cities around the world. In the U.K., calls to "defund the police" are gaining steam. CBS News reporter Haley Ott spoke with British activists about the changes they want to see.
Britain swore an oath of sovereignty against Apple and Google earlier this year, resolving to devise a workable contact-tracing app that didn’t have to cave to Apple and Google’s user privacy demands. After numerous warnings from experts that the app simply wouldn’t work, the rollout has been delayed from May to winter, and now Britain is joining countries like Germany and Italy, which reluctantly agreed to work with the tech companies in the early phase of development. Now, they both have contact-tracing apps.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain cannot "photoshop" its cultural landscape and complex history as doing so would be a distortion of its past, amid an ongoing row over the removal of statues of historical figures.
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Amazon.com Inc said it was removing certain images after messages using extremely strong racist abuse appeared on some listings on its UK website when users searched for Apple's AirPods and other similar products.
The Good Morning Britain host took aim at a number of celebrities, saying the coronavirus lockdown has 'put them firmly back in their box'
England risks losing control of the coronavirus pandemic again and is at a "very dangerous moment" as it starts to ease out of the COVID-19 lockdown, senior scientific and medical advisers warned on Saturday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced mutiny in his party and fury across Britain on Monday for refusing to sack his closest aide Dominic Cummings, accused of flouting the coronavirus lockdown by driving 250 miles from London.
Health secretary Matt Hancock said on Thursday he was confident that a COVID-19 track and trace system would be operating by June 1, allowing lockdown rules to be eased without risking a spike in infections.
Boris Johnson has rejected calls to make changes to the immigration health surcharge for overseas NHS workers, telling MPs: "I've thought a great deal about this and I do accept and understand the difficulties faced by our amazing NHS staff ….On the other hand, we must look at the realities - this is a great national service, it's a national institution, it needs funding and those contributions actually help us to raise about #900 million, and it's very difficult in the current circumstances to find alternative sources.” Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said he was "disappointed" adding the surcharge is currently £400 a year and will increase to £624 from October. Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1NbomQa Broadcast on 21/05/2020 Like, follow and subscribe to Good Morning Britain! The Good Morning Britain YouTube channel delivers you the news that you’re waking up to in the morning. From exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in politics and showbiz to heartwarming human interest stories and unmissable watch again moments. Join Susanna Reid, Piers Morgan, Ben Shephard, Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins and Sean Fletcher every weekday on ITV from 6am until 9 every weekday! Website: http://bit.ly/1GsZuha YouTube: http://bit.ly/1Ecy0g1 Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1HEDRMb Twitter: http://bit.ly/1xdLqU3 http://www.itv.com #GMB #PiersMorgan #SusannaReid
Kate Garraway shared an update on her husband Derek Draper's coronavirus case on Thursday night and despite his ongoing battle she flashed a smile as she Clapped For Carers
Boris Johnson insisted that foreign NHS workers should still continue to pay the surcharge - which is due to soar from £400 to £624
The Good Morning Britain host was furious when someone suggested he was celebrating the horrifying death toll coronavirus has taken on the UK
England tentatively began easing its coronavirus lockdown on Wednesday, with some people who cannot do their jobs at home urged to return to work, as stark economic data showed the disastrous impact of the pandemic.
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Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid was accused of not reading the government advice, and not having common sense
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will set out a five-tier warning system for the coronavirus in England on Sunday when he outlines the government's plans to begin slowly easing lockdown measures, British media reported.
Good Morning Britain's Piers, 55, was replaced again today by Ben Shephard after telling viewers at the weekend that he had some coronavirus symptoms
Piers Morgan called his Good Morning Britain co-star Dr Hilary Jones and explained his symptoms before deciding to get tested for coronavirus
Piers Morgan has said he will not host Good Morning Britain on Monday 4 May because he has been tested for coronavirus. The ITV presenter said he was presenting mild symptoms for Covid-19 and would not be working on the show until his results come back.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's fiancée, Carrie Symonds, gave birth to a baby boy at a London hospital on Wednesday, slightly earlier than had been expected.
Britain's stand-in leader resisted pressure on Sunday to explain how the government plans to ease a coronavirus lockdown that has been in place for a month, warning that hasty action could result in a second peak of infections.
The technology arm of Britain's National Health Service has been working on a mobile phone app with Alphabet Inc's Google and iPhone maker Apple that the government hopes will help in ending the coronavirus lockdown, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.
British heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles, who had tested positive for coronavirus, is out of self-isolation after seven days and is in good health, his spokesman said on Monday.
People should avoid using the microwave at the same time as they are making video calls, watching HD videos or doing something important online because the ovens can slow Wi-Fi signals, Britain's media regulator Ofcom said on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is warning Britons in a letter to 30 million households that things will get worse before they get better, as he himself self-isolates in Downing Street to recover from the coronavirus.
The United Kingdom was bracing on Thursday for the virtual shut down of London as underground train stations across the capital closed and Prime Minister Boris Johnson mulled tougher measures to tackle the coronavirus crisis.
A crucial projection study that helped convince the British government to impose more stringent measures to contain COVID-19 painted a worst case picture of hundreds of thousands of deaths and a health service overwhelmed with severely sick patients.