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  1. FILE PHOTO: Isaac (4) watches Queen Elizabeth II during a televised address to the nation

    TV viewing surges during Britain's lockdown, led by streaming services

    Britons spent 40per cent of their waking day watching TV and online video at the height of the COVID-19 lockdown in April, including spending ...
  2. A bitcoin logo is seen at a facility of the Youth and Sports Ministry in Caracas

    More Britons take a bet on bitcoin

    The number of people in Britain buying cryptoassets like bitcoin and ether has more than doubled over the past year, but many are still unaware ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: An empty restaurant terrace is pictured amid concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19) s

    European tourist hotspots hope to lure Britons despite quarantine

    With Britons still unsure if they can travel to holiday in Europe this summer, its restaurants, hotels and bars are increasingly anxious about ...
  4. Five-week-old Siberian Huskies play at the home of their breeders, Stephen and Christine Biddlecomb

    They call it puppy love: Lockdown Britain sees surge in demand for dogs

    British breeders of puppies have seen a huge surge in demand for dogs during the lockdown and now fear that many families will give them up once ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary attends the Europe Aviation Summit in Brus

    Ryanair's O'Leary says UK quarantine will be quashed or dropped

    Ryanair will not cancel flights to and from the United Kingdom despite the government introducing a 14-day quarantine for international ...
  6. A pedestrian walks past a payday lending shop in London

    Britons spurned by banks caught in a coronavirus credit crunch

    When a payroll glitch left Natalie Gallagher so short of cash this month she couldn't afford her bus fare to work, she turned to her usual lender ...
  7. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in London

    Fourteen million Britons ready to get on their bikes

    Britain could experience a transport revolution sparked by the coronavirus pandemic with up to 14 million people ready to swap cars for bikes, ...
  8. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in London

    Fourteen million Britons ready to get on their bikes

    Britain could experience a transport revolution sparked by the coronavirus pandemic with up to 14 million people ready to swap cars for bikes, ...
  9. People walk past Wimbledon Windmill

    "We will meet again": Britain honours World War Two anniversary

    Britons stood in silence and Queen Elizabeth was to address the nation on Friday's 75th anniversary of "Victory in Europe" Day, though the ...
  10. People walk past Wimbledon Windmill

    'We will meet again': Britain honours World War Two anniversary

    Britons stood in silence and Queen Elizabeth was to address the nation on Friday's 75th anniversary of "Victory in Europe" Day, though the ...