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The Financial Times says that Britain’s economic recovery looks a little more assured, amid news that more than 20 million people have had at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccination.

India’s prime minister Narendra Modi has renamed the world’s largest cricket stadium after himself – a move branded by critics as the “height of narcissism” – according to The Financial Times. 

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has told her country there are hopes to move out of lockdown by April – but her announcement was overshadowed by continued furore over her handling of complaints against predecessor...

The Financial Times leads on Boris Johnson’s insistence there is an “end in sight” to harsh coronavirus restrictions despite the government’s “cautious” approach to lockdown easing. 

The Financial Times splashes on a High Court ruling that Uber drivers are “workers” despite their casual employment status, and therefore have the right to minimum wage among others.You can read more about the case...

You can watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm.Thursday night’s reviewers will be Sebastian Payne, Whitehall editor at the Financial Times, and Olivia Utley, associate comment editor at The...

The UK economy recorded its worst economic performance for more than 300 years in 2020 as it reeled from the initial shock of the coronavirus crisis before staging a better than expected recovery later in...

The Financial Times leads on tough new punishments for anyone concealing they have arrived in the UK from a high-risk destination as ministers try to cope with new COVID variants. 

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