Covid absences hit high in December

An estimated 3 per cent of the workforce was signed off in late December and a fifth of businesses reported increased cancellations amid the surge in the Omicron coronavirus variant. Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show that…

France ski resorts lifted by easing of travel curbs

France has reopened its borders to British tourists after ministers in Paris eased restrictions on non-essential travel. From this morning, Britons travelling to the country only need to show proof of vaccination and a negative test taken no more than…

France ski resorts lifted by easing of travel curbs

France has reopened its borders to British tourists after ministers in Paris eased restrictions on non-essential travel. From this morning, Britons travelling to the country only need to show proof of vaccination and a negative test taken no more than…

‘Freedom to Cheat Act’…The Real Name of Dems Election “Reform”

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Fashion retailer Next cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

The fashion retailer Next is the latest company to cut sick pay for unvaccinated staff as Sajid Javid said those who have not had jabs damaged the NHS. The health secretary said that the unvaccinated were making it harder for…

Sajid Javid to abandon Covid Passports as the Omicron surge recedes

Covid Passports are to be abandoned within days after Sajid Javid effectively killed off the policy. The health secretary has concluded that Covid-19 certification is no longer needed as the Omicron wave eases. He told MPs that he shared their…

Painkiller supplies run low on high street as Omicron patients drive up demand

People struck down with the Omicron variant of the coronavirus are buying so much paracetamol that supplies are running low in many shops. Official data published today indicates that nearly a third either have low or no supplies of the…

British Facebook users may be handed £50 each after landmark legal action

Mark Zuckerberg could be forced to pay most British Facebook users about £50 each if a landmark legal action alleging that the site abused its market position succeeds. Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, a competition law academic, will file legal proceedings today…

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