The health secretary outlines a new plan to prioritise tests after problems with the UK system.
The UK bank is suffering a series of setbacks and now faces money laundering allegations.
"Speed" and "action" are required to halt the rise in cases, the UK's chief scientific adviser warns.
The bold symbol of opposition to the monarchy was gone a day after it was installed.
Ang Rita Sherpa is the first person to have climbed Mount Everest 10 times without bottled oxygen.
At least 25 whales are thought to have already died as conservationists begin a huge rescue operation.
The monument's new safety measures include no group photos, digital tickets and masks.
The woman's family alleges the man attacked his wife to check the baby's gender - claims he denies.
Australian officials had feared the whale could collide with a boat or get stranded near crocodiles.
The men were working to help dispose of the many unexploded World War Two bombs on the islands.
The Chelsea owner held ownership rights on footballers through an offshore company, leaked files show.
Cameroon initially dismissed the film of two women and two children being shot as "fake news".
After users highlight problems, Twitter says more work on racial bias in algorithms is needed.
The unidentified woman was caught while attempting to cross the US-Canada border and is awaiting charges.
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