The former chancellor put himself at odds with Boris Johnson by raising doubts over the Government’s cautious approach to lifting restrictions on businesses. He claimed ministers should be “running the economy hot” to ensure a rapid recovery. His remarks followed
The roof of the yet-to-open northwest Edmonton Police Service Campus will need to be replaced, more than a year after the city revealed leaks were discovered in the structure. City administration is asking city council to approve additional funding for
Local governments’ orders mandating residents to wear masks have become a political flash point in Colorado’s ongoing coronavirus pandemic response, with some condemning the orders as government overreach and others heralding them as a prudent step to preserve public health.
The party’s new leader, elected last month, gave a clear indication of his belief the road back to power must begin in Scotland – once one of its strongholds. He will hold virtual town hall meetings with voters in Glasgow and Fife
The UK could “get going” with easing some lockdown measures from Monday, Boris Johnson has signalled. The prime minister suggested a “phase two” plan for tackling coronavirus now infection numbers have peaked might come into force the day after he
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is making ever louder pronouncements casting blame on China for the COVID-19 pandemic, aiming to sidestep domestic criticism of the president’s own response, tarnish China’s global reputation and give the U.S. leverage on trade and other
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday overturned a lower court decision to put Senate candidate Michelle Ferrigno Warren’s name on the June 30 Democratic primary ballot, siding with the Secretary of State’s Office. After Ferrigno Warren fell short of collecting
The prime minister will join fellow world leaders in a virtual summit later aimed at galvanising global efforts to find a vaccine for COVID-19. Boris Johnson will urge the international community to “pull together” in what he describes as “the
The public are also prepared to pay more taxes to support this – and want a “Remembrance Day” to commemorate everyone who has perished during the pandemic. The poll, which sheds light on how Britons are coping with the lockdown,
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday that seeks to protect the U.S. electricity system from cyber and other attacks in a move that could eventually put barriers on some imports from China and Russia.