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Reuters
October 15, 2020
The disease, which emerged in China last year and has killed over a million people worldwide, is spreading in most parts of the United Kingdom, whose official death toll of 43,155 is the highest in Europe


BusinessToday.In
October 13, 2020
Gold, Silver prices today: Gold price eased today overseas amid a slight rebound in dollar, although losses were capped as investors clung to renewed hopes of coronavirus relief package in the US


BusinessToday.In
October 13, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: UltraTech Cement, followed by Bharti Airtel, Asian Paints, Titan, ITC, Kotak Bank and L&T wer among the top gainers on Sensex. On the other hand, ICICI Bank, IndusInd Bank, SBI, Axis Bank and Bajaj Finserv were among the laggards


Reuters
October 11, 2020
With Johnson reluctant to repeat a national lockdown that would further hurt a struggling economy, the government is trying to contain a surge in cases, as well as growing anger


Reuters
October 6, 2020
The companies - Toyota Motor Corp and Nissan Motor Co Ltd - want payments to cover the additional 10% tax on automobile imports from Britain that the EU would impose should Britain crash out of the EU without an agreement


Reuters
October 5, 2020
British finance minister Rishi Sunak added that he would not remain silent in his fight against future lockdowns and implored his fellow ministers to strive for normality in the face of COVID-19


Reuters
October 5, 2020
Britain suffered Europe's worst death toll from the virus with the current total standing at over 42,300


Reuters
September 30, 2020
The fall was the biggest since the ONS records began in 1955. Other data has suggested Britain is on course for its biggest annual fall since the 1920s


PTI
September 27, 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a special reference to India's role in the manufacture and access to one of the most promising coronavirus vaccine candidates currently undergoing trials during his address to the United Nations (UN) General Assembly


Reuters
September 26, 2020
Delivering a recorded speech to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will say the COVID-19 pandemic has increased barriers to trade


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 24, 2020
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told citizens to work from home, if possible and ordered restaurants and bars to close early, in an effort to slow a fast-spreading second wave of COVID-19, saying restrictions would likely last six months. Britain has the highest COVID-19 death toll in Europe, with a total close to 42,000. New infections have been accelerating in recent weeks, leading scientists to say they could hit 50,000 per day by mid-October if left unchecked. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Canada in second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, follow public health guidelines: Justin Trudeau


PTI
September 22, 2020
Downing Street on Monday said new curbs on the hospitality section will come in force across England from Thursday, imposing a 10pm closing deadline for all pubs, bars and restaurants as part of plans to control crowds


Reuters
September 21, 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called it a second wave and stricter lockdown measures have been introduced in areas across the country, with more expected


PTI
September 18, 2020
Modi and Trump frequently talk over the phone and the countries have had an unprecedented level of co-operation even during the coronavirus pandemic


BusinessToday.In
September 11, 2020
The new visa system route is aimed at increasing the total number of international students choosing to study in the UK higher education system each year to 600,000 by 2030


PTI
September 11, 2020
The route, to apply to all overseas students including Indians from October 5, will mean students require a total of 70 points to be granted a visa to study at a UK university


Associated Press
August 29, 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative government said it was adopting \"reinforced safeguards\" to allow the country's medicines regulatory agency to grant temporary authorisation of a COVID-19 vaccine


Reuters
August 20, 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government has been criticised by political opponents and health experts for being too slow to go into lockdown and in rolling out testing to know how far the virus had spread


PB Jayakumar
August 14, 2020
The Western world and the big pharma are upset. They say Russia has not done adequate safety and efficacy studies and the claim is based on testing on less than 100 human volunteers


Reuters
July 25, 2020
\"Maybe there were things we could have done differently and of course there will be time to understand what exactly we could have done, or done differently,\" he told the BBC.


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