Thursday, October 21, 2021


Delta subvariant won’t change Covid picture, Oxford vaccine chief says

The subvariant, designated as AY.4.2 in Britain, has not been labelled as 'under investigation' or a 'variant of concern'.

UK monitoring ‘subvariant’ of Delta strain

The government says it is keeping a close eye on the AY.4.2 variant but there is no evidence that it spreads more easily.

Syurga Abdul Razak Gurnah

Apa yang mengesankan buat saya, bertahun-tahun lalu ketika membaca Paradise ialah pertentangan, wacana atau perbalahan sikap mengenai tradisi Islam yang pelbagai.

British lawmaker stabbed to death in church

David Amess, 69, the MP for Southend West in Essex, eastern England, was targeted at around midday at a meeting at the Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea.

UK govt botched initial Covid response, parliamentary report says

Britain has been hit hard by the crisis, with nearly 138,000 Covid-19 deaths – one of the highest tolls in Europe – since March last year, raising questions about why it has fared worse than many other nations.

Pendengaran permohonan sekat PetroSaudi guna wang AS$340 juta berkait 1MDB ditangguh

Ia bagi memberi tempoh kepada firma guaman Clyde & Co LLP di UK mengesahkan sama ada mereka mahu menjawab dan mengemukakan afidavit berhubung dokumen yang disampaikan kepada mereka.

Fuel shortages easing off in London, says UK retailers

The Petrol Retailers Association says 15% of forecourts in and around the capital are dry, down from 22% on Sunday, but 21% still have only one grade of fuel.

London police officer charged with rape

David Carrick had worked for the London police unit responsible for protecting parliament and diplomats.

UK starts up subsea renewable power link to Norway

The North Sea Link will eventually provide enough clean electricity to power 1.4 million homes.

UK fuel supply crisis hits frontline care home workers

As the country enters a second week of delivery shortfalls and long lines at petrol stations, key workers in sectors such as residential care have been left exasperated – and demanding prioritisation.

Many British petrol stations still dry despite govt assurance

Shortages of workers in the wake of Brexit and the Covid pandemic have sown disarray through some sectors, disrupting deliveries of fuel and medicines and even raising fears of a mass cull of livestock.

British army to start driving tankers as queues for fuel continue

A shortage of around 100,000 drivers has sown chaos through supply chains and raised the spectre of empty shelves and price increases at Christmas.

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