Opinion | Britain Is Heading Into a Nightmarish Winter

LONDON — Long lines outside gas stations. Panicked drivers fighting one another as the pumps run dry. Soldiers deployed to distribute fuel across the country. And in the background, the pandemic stretching on, food rotting in fields and families sinking

Regulator imposes £100m fine over 6,000% price gouging hit to NHS

The competition watchdog has imposed fines totalling £100m in the latest case of so-called price gouging that saw patients lose access to a free drug on the NHS. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) found that pharmaceutical company Advanz charged

Pit bull bans nearly a thing of the past in Colorado

Lone Tree looks like it’ll be the latest community in Colorado to end a ban on pit bulls, following similar recent moves in Denver, Aurora and Commerce City. If that’s the case, Louisville will be the only one left in

House Democrats blame losses on polls, message, even President Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — Their majority shrunk, House Democrats cast blame Thursday on their electionmessage, ground game and leadership under Speaker Nancy Pelosi after expectations for big wins came crashing down by a stark reversal in Trump country. They focused too

Thomas Cook to be revived as online travel firm

The Thomas Cook travel brand is close to being re-launched following the company’s spectacular collapse last year that cost thousands of jobs. However, the new firm will be online-only without the aircraft, hotels and shops of the old business. The