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Britain offers to host entire Euro 2020 tournament
Britain could be set to host the entire Euro 2020 tournament as government ministers draw up plans for fans to return to stadiums.
IFS urges Rishi Sunak not to raise taxes and to extend support for economy
Britain’s foremost economics think tank has urged Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak to use next month’s budget to announce a targeted extension of government support to tackle a “triple challenge” to the economy from Brexit, COVID and global heating.
UK economy suffering most damage since first wave of COVID-19
Britain’s economy is suffering the most damage since the first wave of COVID-19 as persistently high infection rates and renewed lockdown measures delay the economic recovery from the pandemic, according to a Guardian analysis.
Britain closes door on unaccompanied child refugees
Unaccompanied child refugees will no longer be given sanctuary in the UK, the British immigration minister said – sparking claims that Britain has “turned its back” on vulnerable youngsters in need of protection.
Britain to restrict promotion of unhealthy food from April 2022
Britain will ban “buy one get one free” promotions for food high in fat, sugar or salt and free refills of sugary soft drinks in restaurants from April 2022, the government said on Monday, its latest step in its plan to tackle obesity and improve public health.
Britain, stuck in COVID-19 isolation, strives to lift France's freight ban
The United Kingdom was stuck in COVID-19 isolation on Tuesday after much of the world cut off travel ties due to a highly infectious new coronavirus strain, halting one of Europe's most important trade routes.
Britain cut off over fears about new COVID-19 strain
Iran suspends UK flights over coronavirus concerns
UK flights banned as Britain warns new virus strain ‘out of control’
European countries started banning flights coming from the UK on Sunday as the government in London warned that a potent new strain of the virus was "out of control".
Britain to cover COVID-19 vaccine side effects under damages scheme
Britain will pay individuals who suffer any severe side effects from COVID-19 vaccines under an existing program, the government said ahead of a rollout of Pfizer and BioNTech's vaccine in the country following emergency approval.
European allies pushed back when Trump sanctioned Iran’s banks: Report
Germany, France and Britain urged the administration of US President Donald Trump in late October to reconsider broad, new sanctions against Iran’s banks, arguing that the move would deter humanitarian trade and hurt the allies’ common interests, Reuters reported citing diplomatic correspondence.
UK approves Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine
Britain approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday to become the first country to formally endorse a jab it said should reach the most vulnerable people early next week.
Time running out for Brexit trade deal, Britain, EU say
Britain and the European Union cautioned each other on Monday that time was running out for a Brexit trade deal as negotiators sparred over state aid, enforcement and fishing in a bid to avoid a tumultuous exit in just a month’s time.
Britain bans new Huawei 5G kit installation from September 2021
British telecommunications firms must not install new Huawei 5G kit after September 2021, the government said on Monday, as part of a plan to purge the Chinese firm’s equipment from high speed mobile networks.
UK, France sign deal to make Channel migrant crossings 'unviable'
Britain and France signed a new agreement aimed at curbing the number of migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats.

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