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  1. A view of a COVID-19 testing station manned by British military personnel inside London's Hyde

    UK risks twice-as-big second COVID-19 wave without better testing: Study

    Britain faces a second wave of COVID-19 this winter twice as widespread as the initial outbreak if it reopens schools without a more effective ...
  2. A photo illustration shows the Covid Tracker Ireland app in Galway

    Northern Ireland launches UK's first COVID-19 tracker app

    Northern Ireland on Friday launched the United Kingdom's first COVID-19 tracing app, and the first one that can also trace users in another ...
  3. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in London

    UK worried about second wave in Europe, will not hesitate to act on quarantine

    Britain's Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Thursday he was worried about a second wave of coronavirus infections in Europe and that the ...
  4. Premier League - Newcastle United v Liverpool

    COVID-19: UK sports minister confident fans can return to stadiums safely

    The British government is confident it can implement measures to ensure spectators can safely return to stadiums amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits the Garden House in Peterborough

    UK's Prince William joins footballer's podcast as part of mental health campaign

    Britain's Prince William has taken part in a popular BBC podcast with former England footballer Peter Crouch to raise awareness about mental ...
  6. FILE PHOTO:  Passengers arrive at the Gatwick Airport, in Gatwick

    UK advises against travel to mainland Spain over COVID-19

    Britain's government is set to announce all travellers from Spain arriving after midnight (2300 GMT) on Saturday will need to spend two weeks in ...
  7. The legacy of Britain's slave trade has in recent weeks become the focus of a fierce debate

    Row over 'misrepresentation' of slavery in UK citizenship test

    Nearly 200 historians on Wednesday denounced what they said was the "misrepresentation of slavery and empire" in the history section of Britain's ...