One of the world’s largest container ships, named Ever Given, has been wedged across the Suez Canal since it was blown off course by high winds in the early hours of March 23, blocking one of the busiest maritime trade corridors in the world.
The number of migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border this year is on pace to be the highest in 20 years, one of U.S. President Joe Biden's top officials said this week, a rise that includes an increase in unaccompanied children.
As we gear up for the London mayoral elections, the capital has to get to grips with the rising pandemic of poverty which is devastating lives before they’ve even begun.
The transfer of one of the biggest GP practices into the hands of US health insurer represents a major blow to the independence of the NHS.
Lifting restrictions will be split into four stages, with a minimum of five weeks between each to observe the effects of easing restrictions. Criteria – concerning vaccine rollout and effectiveness, infection rates and mutations – will need to be met each time the country is due to move onto the next stage.
After the success of last year’s hackathon, Block.one is looking to the future. We talked to B1s Head of Development, Serg Metelin and judge Rudy Koch, Co-founder of Mythical Games, about what we can expect from the upcoming hackathon.
Everyone experiences headaches. From dull throbbing dehydration headaches to incapacitating migraines, a sore head is an extremely common complaint. This is perhaps especially true at the moment. COVID-19 can cause them, as can sitting at desks for too long and not getting out of the house enough.
A British judge ruled on Monday that WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange should not be extradited to the United States to face charges of breaking a spying law and conspiring to obtain secret U.S. documents by hacking government computers.
Court of Appeal clarifies sexual intent after Crown Court acquits man who kissed a woman on the lips without consent.
Solicitor with dual qualification claims he thought the Bar was aware of his track record of misconduct.
The bid to extradite Julian Assange threatens the fundamental freedom of the press, so why are so few of them willing to step up and offer a defence?
Lawyers are calling for more capacity in the legal system as the backlog of criminal cases tops half a million.
The government is playing the blame game as lockdown restrictions were hurriedly brought in for millions of people across the North of England.
The former MP has seen the whip restored despite the allegations when Theresa May needed his help in a vote of no confidence.
Bywire CEO Michael O’Sullivan talks to Bart Wyatt, Solutions Architecture Director of Block.one about a more coordinated and integrated future for blockchain.
Are schools secretly providing security services and arms manufacturers access to children without their parents’ consent?
Many felt that the Russia Report would turn out to be a damp squib. However, it turned out to be more explosive than anyone expected.
In a new low for Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister responds to a question about bereaved families by making a bad joke about underpants.
The culture secretary, Nicky Morgan fired a warning shot at the prime minister this weekend when she cautioned the Tories against election complacency.
By Brendan Chilton, Mark Drakeford AM, the Labour First Minister of Wales, has announced that the Welsh Government would campaign for remain in any future referendum on British membership of the European Union. During the 2016 EU referendum, Wales voted to leave the EU by 52.5% to remain’s 47.5%. A ...
BRUSSELS (ByWire) - EU antitrust regulators opened an investigation on Monday into Spain's plan to grant 20.7 million euros (18.5 million pounds) to French carmaker Peugeot's <PEUP.PA> plant in the north west of the country, concerned that this may breach the bloc's state aid rules. Peugeot is...
By Jessie Pang and Alun John HONG KONG (ByWire) - Hong Kong protesters stormed the Legislative Council on the anniversary of the city's 1997 return to Chinese rule on Monday amid widespread anger over planned laws that would allow extraditions to China, plunging the city deeper into chaos. A small g...