Britain’s government will fine people who refuse an order to self-isolate up to $13,000 as the country sees a sharp surge in coronavirus infections.
Several of Johnson's own Conservative MPs express alarm about breaking international law, while every living former prime minister of Britain also warned of the risk to Britain's global reputation.
The warnings came as the UK government published legislation that it admits breaks international law.
Global coronavirus pandemic has killed over 899,000 people and infected more than 27.5 million. Here are coronavirus-related developments for September 8:
The league did not give a reason for the termination of its agreement with streaming service PPTV after one season of a three-year contract through 2022.
Organisers of the panel convened by Barrister Geoffrey Nice are in the initial stages of gathering evidence, and expect to receive a substantial number of submissions from Uighurs exiled abroad over the next few months.
Thousands of Iraqis have been given payouts after suffering at the hands of British soldiers but the British Ministry of Defence says it cannot disclose how much it has paid out since 2017 because it requires too much work.
A new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveals that the Britain's public debt at the end of July was equivalent to 100.5% of the country's economic output.
The 194 members of the Muslim Charities Forum have been helping Britons affected by the virus and consequent lockdown, from domestic abuse victims to those suffering financially.
Incoming MI6 chief Richard Moore, along with CIA director Gina Haspel and DGSE head Bernard Emie, have all professionally served in Turkey and speak Turkish.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says Britain is looking at additional powers to look at the activities of hostile states "and that may include introducing new laws."
Hopes grow of a potential vaccine for the novel coronavirus after two trials, each by British and Chinese researchers, showed most volunteers had developed widespread antibody immune response.
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