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Saturday, December 5, 2020

United Kindom COVID-19 Statistics

1,705,971
Confirmed Cases
Updated on December 5, 2020 10:51 pm
61,014
Total deaths
Updated on December 5, 2020 10:51 pm
1,644,957
Total active cases
Updated on December 5, 2020 10:51 pm

Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen watch to interrupt trade deal deadlock

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightEPA/ ReutersBoris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen have spoken as they try to break the post-Brexit trade deal stalemate.The leaders were called in after negotiators for the two sides said "significant divergences" remained following a week of intensive talks."If there is still a way, we will see," EU…

ICYMI: Covid side highway fight and come cat catastrophe

In our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the preceding seven days.This time we check in on an animal bridge, capture a cat who avoided catastrophe and see some Covid street art.
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Why did the Netflix rival Quibi crawl so terrifying?

By James ClaytonNorth America technology reporterPublishedduration12 hours agoimage copyrightQuibi/Getty ImagesQuibi pulled the plug on its video-streaming service this week, capping an extraordinary year for the company. At the start of 2020, it was seen by some as the future of "snackable" smartphone entertainment.Shows were shot so they could be watched full-screen in both portrait and…

South Africa v England: ODI assortment to beginning on Sunday after detrimental coronavirus assessments

England and South Africa were due to begin their three-match ODI series on FridayEngland's one-day international series against South Africa will begin on Sunday after the hosts' players tested negative for coronavirus.The players were tested again on Friday evening after the match was cancelled and returned negative results.The series opener will take place in Paarl…

Josh Hawley, AOC agree: Coronavirus reduction need to encompass stimulus checks

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley and Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are on opposite ends of the political spectrum, but they're on the same page about one thing: Stimulus checks need to be included in the next coronavirus relief bill.GRAHAM SAYS HE AGREES WITH OBAMA THAT AOC NEEDS MORE PROMINENT PLACE IN DEMOCRATIC PARTYThe payouts, included in a first…

California restaurateur vows to continue originate air provider, defying Newsom

A California chef who revamped his restaurants to serve customers outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic is vowing to remain open despite new restrictions ordered by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.Appearing on "Fox & Friends Weekend" with host Pete Hegseth, Slapfish restaurant chain owner Andrew Gruel said Saturday that the state is following "junk science," despite an alarming surge in infections…

Technology

Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen watch to interrupt trade deal deadlock

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightEPA/ ReutersBoris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen have spoken as they try to break the post-Brexit trade deal stalemate.The leaders were called in after negotiators for the two sides said "significant divergences" remained following a week of intensive talks."If there is still a way, we will see," EU…

ICYMI: Covid side highway fight and come cat catastrophe

In our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the preceding seven days.This time we check in on an animal bridge, capture a cat who avoided catastrophe and see some Covid street art.

Why did the Netflix rival Quibi crawl so terrifying?

By James ClaytonNorth America technology reporterPublishedduration12 hours agoimage copyrightQuibi/Getty ImagesQuibi pulled the plug on its video-streaming service this week, capping an extraordinary year for the company. At the start of 2020, it was seen by some as the future of "snackable" smartphone entertainment.Shows were shot so they could be watched full-screen in both portrait and…

South Africa v England: ODI assortment to beginning on Sunday after detrimental coronavirus assessments

England and South Africa were due to begin their three-match ODI series on FridayEngland's one-day international series against South Africa will begin on Sunday after the hosts' players tested negative for coronavirus.The players were tested again on Friday evening after the match was cancelled and returned negative results.The series opener will take place in Paarl…

Josh Hawley, AOC agree: Coronavirus reduction need to encompass stimulus checks

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley and Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are on opposite ends of the political spectrum, but they're on the same page about one thing: Stimulus checks need to be included in the next coronavirus relief bill.GRAHAM SAYS HE AGREES WITH OBAMA THAT AOC NEEDS MORE PROMINENT PLACE IN DEMOCRATIC PARTYThe payouts, included in a first…

California restaurateur vows to continue originate air provider, defying Newsom

A California chef who revamped his restaurants to serve customers outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic is vowing to remain open despite new restrictions ordered by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.Appearing on "Fox & Friends Weekend" with host Pete Hegseth, Slapfish restaurant chain owner Andrew Gruel said Saturday that the state is following "junk science," despite an alarming surge in infections…

Biden, Harris double down on controversial Cupboard buy Neera Tanden

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are doubling down on their controversial nominee for director of the Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden.Tanden, a Hillary Clinton loyalist and CEO of the left-leaning Center for American Progress, has drawn ire from conservative Republicans and progressive Democrats alike.Her confirmation may hang on the outcome of Georgia's Senate runoff…

Noah Cyrus apologizes after the exercise of ‘racist’ time period to defend Harry Styles: ‘I am mortified’

Noah Cyrus issued an apology after being called out for using a racist term on social media while defending Harry Styles for wearing a dress in a magazine photoshoot.According to E! and Billboard, the younger sister of Miley Cyrus used a derogatory word for Black people's hair. When she was made aware of the term's history, Cyrus retracted the…

Travel

Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow

Publishedduration11 hours agomedia captionThe BBC's Sarah Rainsford went to one central Moscow clinic where vaccines are taking placeRussia is starting its Covid-19 vaccination programme, with clinics in the capital Moscow inoculating those most at risk from the virus.Its own vaccine Sputnik V, which was registered in August, is being used.Developers say it is 95% effective…

Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen watch to interrupt trade deal deadlock

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightEPA/ ReutersBoris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen have spoken as they try to break the post-Brexit trade deal stalemate.The leaders were called in after negotiators for the two sides said "significant divergences" remained following a week of intensive talks."If there is still a way, we will see," EU…

ICYMI: Covid side highway fight and come cat catastrophe

In our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the preceding seven days.This time we check in on an animal bridge, capture a cat who avoided catastrophe and see some Covid street art.

Why did the Netflix rival Quibi crawl so terrifying?

By James ClaytonNorth America technology reporterPublishedduration12 hours agoimage copyrightQuibi/Getty ImagesQuibi pulled the plug on its video-streaming service this week, capping an extraordinary year for the company. At the start of 2020, it was seen by some as the future of "snackable" smartphone entertainment.Shows were shot so they could be watched full-screen in both portrait and…
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Sport News

Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow

Publishedduration11 hours agomedia captionThe BBC's Sarah Rainsford went to one central Moscow clinic where vaccines are taking placeRussia is starting its Covid-19 vaccination programme, with clinics in the capital Moscow inoculating those most at risk from the virus.Its own vaccine Sputnik V, which was registered in August, is being used.Developers say it is 95% effective…

Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen watch to interrupt trade deal deadlock

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightEPA/ ReutersBoris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen have spoken as they try to break the post-Brexit trade deal stalemate.The leaders were called in after negotiators for the two sides said "significant divergences" remained following a week of intensive talks."If there is still a way, we will see," EU…

ICYMI: Covid side highway fight and come cat catastrophe

In our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the preceding seven days.This time we check in on an animal bridge, capture a cat who avoided catastrophe and see some Covid street art.

Recipes

Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow

Publishedduration11 hours agomedia captionThe BBC's Sarah Rainsford went to one central Moscow clinic where vaccines are taking placeRussia is starting its Covid-19 vaccination programme, with clinics in the capital Moscow inoculating those most at risk from the virus.Its own vaccine Sputnik V, which was registered in August, is being used.Developers say it is 95% effective…

Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen watch to interrupt trade deal deadlock

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightEPA/ ReutersBoris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen have spoken as they try to break the post-Brexit trade deal stalemate.The leaders were called in after negotiators for the two sides said "significant divergences" remained following a week of intensive talks."If there is still a way, we will see," EU…

ICYMI: Covid side highway fight and come cat catastrophe

In our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the preceding seven days.This time we check in on an animal bridge, capture a cat who avoided catastrophe and see some Covid street art.

Fashion

Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow

Publishedduration11 hours agomedia captionThe BBC's Sarah Rainsford went to one central Moscow clinic where vaccines are taking placeRussia is starting its Covid-19 vaccination programme, with clinics in the capital Moscow inoculating those most at risk from the virus.Its own vaccine Sputnik V, which was registered in August, is being used.Developers say it is 95% effective…

Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen watch to interrupt trade deal deadlock

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightEPA/ ReutersBoris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen have spoken as they try to break the post-Brexit trade deal stalemate.The leaders were called in after negotiators for the two sides said "significant divergences" remained following a week of intensive talks."If there is still a way, we will see," EU…

ICYMI: Covid side highway fight and come cat catastrophe

In our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the preceding seven days.This time we check in on an animal bridge, capture a cat who avoided catastrophe and see some Covid street art.

Why did the Netflix rival Quibi crawl so terrifying?

By James ClaytonNorth America technology reporterPublishedduration12 hours agoimage copyrightQuibi/Getty ImagesQuibi pulled the plug on its video-streaming service this week, capping an extraordinary year for the company. At the start of 2020, it was seen by some as the future of "snackable" smartphone entertainment.Shows were shot so they could be watched full-screen in both portrait and…
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VIdeo

Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow

Publishedduration11 hours agomedia captionThe BBC's Sarah Rainsford went to one central Moscow clinic where vaccines are taking placeRussia is starting its Covid-19 vaccination programme, with clinics in the capital Moscow inoculating those most at risk from the virus.Its own vaccine Sputnik V, which was registered in August, is being used.Developers say it is 95% effective…

Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen watch to interrupt trade deal deadlock

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightEPA/ ReutersBoris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen have spoken as they try to break the post-Brexit trade deal stalemate.The leaders were called in after negotiators for the two sides said "significant divergences" remained following a week of intensive talks."If there is still a way, we will see," EU…

ICYMI: Covid side highway fight and come cat catastrophe

In our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the preceding seven days.This time we check in on an animal bridge, capture a cat who avoided catastrophe and see some Covid street art.

Why did the Netflix rival Quibi crawl so terrifying?

By James ClaytonNorth America technology reporterPublishedduration12 hours agoimage copyrightQuibi/Getty ImagesQuibi pulled the plug on its video-streaming service this week, capping an extraordinary year for the company. At the start of 2020, it was seen by some as the future of "snackable" smartphone entertainment.Shows were shot so they could be watched full-screen in both portrait and…