A man walks his dog outside while Kelly Boad, owner of The Hair & Beauty Gallery, blow-dries Sue Butcher's hair as non-essential businesses reopen as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown restrictions begin to ease in Warwick, Britain, early April 12, 2021.© REUTERS/Andrew Boyers Britain took another tentative step towards the resumption of normal life on Monday as pubs and restaurants were allowed to partially reopen, in a major easing of coronavirus restrictions.
returns to Britain!Roitz British sources said that returned to Britain on Sunday to prepare for the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip in Windsor.She said that a plane carrying landed at Heathrow Airport from Los Angeles, and he is scheduled to arrive at his home to undergo quarantine for an appropriate time before participating in the funeral, which will be held on April 17.
LONDON - Britain took another tentative step towards the resumption of normal life on Monday as pubs and restaurants were allowed to partially reopen, in a major easing of coronavirus restrictions.English pubs and restaurants can now serve drinkers and diners outside, despite forecasts of wintry temperatures, bringing some cheer to the hard-hit hospitality industry after repeated closures.
Youn Yuh-jung thanked "snobbish" Brits for voting her for Best Supporting Actress at the BAFTAs.The 73-year-old South Korean actress was honoured at the EE BAFTA Film Awards on Sunday (April 11) for her role as Soonja in 'Minari' and she garnered a laugh from the virtual live audience as she admitted she was incredibly shocked to have received the award because the British are known to be a bit "snobbish".
LONDON — Queen Elizabeth II has been left bereft at the death of her husband, Prince Philip, one of their sons said on Sunday, as prayers were said at memorial services across Britain.Prince Andrew said his 94-year-old mother was “incredibly stoic” but had been hit hard by the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99 on Friday.
His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth, passed away at Windsor Castle on April 9.He was 99 years old.His main role was to support his wife in her duties.He also headed up hundreds of charities and made public appearances–more than 22,000 of them during his 69 years as “royal consort.” A royal consort is the spouse of a queen or king currently in power.
(April 12): U.K. exporters reported lower sales in the first quarter after Covid-19 and the completion of Brexit added to shipping delays, higher transport costs and more extensive paperwork.The British Chambers of Commerce said 41% of businesses had lower revenue from overseas sales in the first quarter of the year, up from 38% in the final three months of 2020.
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'Profiteering' private firms add £1,000 to price of holiday for four as they charge up to £300 for single Covid test that other firms offer for £60
Private Covid-19 testing firms have been accused of profiteering by charging up to £300 for a single PCR test which cost just £20 to make while other companies charge as little as £60 for the same tests.The most expensive companies on the official list of Government-approved firms sell coronavirus tests for around four times the price of the cheapest firms and five times if you want 24-hour weekend turnaround.
Britain’s Prince Charles says the royal family is “deeply grateful’’ for the outpouring of support they’ve received following the death of his father, Prince Philip.LONDON, UK — Prince Andrew says the death of Prince Philip has left a “huge void” in Queen Elizabeth II’s life, while Princess Anne paid tribute to her father as “my teacher, my supporter and my critic.” Andrew and other members of the royal family attended church on Sunday at the Royal Chapel of All Saints two days after the 99-year-old Philip died at Windsor Castle.
To prevent a clash between loyalists and nationalists, the British authorities sent intelligence and military personnel to Northern Ireland.On Sunday, April 11, the newspaper reported Sunday mirror with reference to their own knowledgeable sources.“Undercover special forces deployed to Northern Ireland … for the first time in four years due to escalating violence.
A rise in litter is making Britain look ‘like an impoverished Third World country’, according to the boss of Iceland supermarkets.Sir Malcolm Walker said parts of the UK resembled ‘one long continuous rubbish dump’.He said thoughtless drivers who tossed litter out of car windows were among the worst culprits.
A man receives an injection with a dose of AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, at a vaccination centre in Baitul Futuh Mosque, amid the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in London, Britain, on Mar 28, 2021.(Photo: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls) LONDON: England's shops, hairdressers, gyms and pub gardens will reopen on Monday (Apr 12) in what Prime Minister Boris Johnson said was a "major step" towards freedom from the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) – Confidence among big businesses in Britain about their profits in the year ahead has hit a record high, helped by the country’s coronavirus vaccinations and hopes for less Brexit disruption, a survey of chief finance officers showed.After the biggest hit to Britain’s economy in more than three centuries last year, accountancy firm Deloitte said its poll found CFOs were planning to increase hiring and investment.