Britain and the EU hold key talks about implementing the Brexit deal, with London urging "flexibility" from Brussels over trading arrangements in Northern Ireland blamed for sparking violence
The European Union ambassadors have agreed on the trade deal between the European Union and the United Kingdom due to Brexit. However, both sides still do need some time.
Several new measures are being taken by a number of European countries like an imposed travel ban from the United Kingdom, due to a new coronavirus variant spreading across Great Britain.
While the British government insists it has been "guided by the science" and taken "the right decisions at the right time", the toll of 42,000 coronavirus deaths has fuelled criticism
It may seem like an odd message from a summer resort, but businesses in Margate on England's southeast coast are urging people to stay away to avoid a second wave of the coronavirus
Britain's Conservative government stated that a future trade deal with the European Union should be expected by the end of this year and before the Brexit deadline on January 31.
Britain's next prime minister is an intellectual, and an experienced politician who has made himself the darling of many on the right of the ruling Conservatives.