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  1. People walk across London Bridge during rush our, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak,

    'Don't kill your gran': Britain sounds COVID-19 alarm

    British ministers and medics are urging the public to get serious again about the coronavirus after a sharp rise in infections raised fears the ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson chairs a Cabinet meeting

    UK's Johnson tells EU to agree trade deal by Oct 15 or 'move on'

    Britain has set a deadline of Oct 15 to strike a free-trade deal with the European Union, and if none is agreed both sides should "accept that and ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Amazon is pictured inside the company's office in Bengaluru

    Amazon creates 7,000 UK jobs as COVID-19 fuels online demand

    Amazon will create a further 7,000 permanent jobs across the United Kingdom in 2020, taking total new jobs this year to 10,000, it said on Thursday.
  4. Technicians inspect a Rolls-Royce a car on the production line of the Rolls-Royce Goodwood factory,

    Rolls-Royce says demand for luxury cars is recovering

    (This September 1 story removes second para reference to Rolls-Royce Holdings)
  5. Child washing hands UK prevent COVID-19

    Severe or fatal COVID-19 very rare in children, UK study finds

    Children and young people are far less likely than adults to get severe cases of COVID-19 infection, and death from the pandemic disease among ...
  6. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Watlington

    England schools in COVID-19 hotspots to bring in face masks after government U-turn

    It will be mandatory for pupils to wear face masks in communal areas of secondary schools in England in places with local lockdowns, Britain's ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: A woman wearing a protective face covering walks past a sale sign in a shop window foll

    UK retailers cut jobs by most since 2009: Data

    British retailers cut jobs by the largest amount since the depths of the financial crisis during the year to August and expect the pace of losses ...