Arm could return to London’s stock market if Nvidia deal falls through

UK chip maker Arm could return to London’s stock market if £29bn Nvidia deal falls through By Matt Oliver For The Daily Mail Published: 22:06 BST, 20 April 2021 | Updated: 22:06 BST, 20 April 2021 Arm could return to the stock market if its £29billion sale falls through, analysts have claimed. Japanese owner Softbank … Read more

UK foreign aid spending falls £712m to £14.5bn due to Covid pandemic

UK’s foreign aid spending falls by £712million to £14.5billion due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time it has gone down since the global financial crisis in 2007 International aid spending stats for 2020 show it declined by £712m to £14.5bn  Figure linked to UK economic prosperity, battered by Covid shutdowns last … Read more

UK foreign aid spending falls £712m to £14.5bn due to Covid pandemic

UK’s foreign aid spending falls by £712million to £14.5billion due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time it has gone down since the global financial crisis in 2007 International aid spending stats for 2020 show it declined by £712m to £14.5bn  Figure linked to UK economic prosperity, battered by Covid shutdowns last … Read more

Israel falls silent to remember the horrors of the Holocaust

Israelis stood in silence on Thursday as a two-minute siren wailed across the country in remembrance of the Holocaust’s six million Jewish victims. Public buses and cars stopped on the streets and highways, and pedestrians stood in place in memory of those killed in the Nazi genocide. The annual memorial is one of the most … Read more

Only 35% of Americans are afraid of catching COVID-19 as survey falls to all-time low

Fears of catching COVID-19 have fallen to an all-time low with just 35 percent of Americans now very or somewhat worried about contracting the virus as the vaccine rollout continues to ramp up nationwide. New data from Gallup shows just over a third of people were still fearful in March, down from a record high … Read more

Loose chimney topples off roof and falls through rear window of Mercedes car just missing passengers

Heartstopping moment loose chimney topples off roof and falls through rear window of Mercedes car just narrowly missing passengers inside Steven and Sharon Lothian were shocked when a chimney fell into their car  It toppled off a roof in Hawick, Scottish Borders, and smashed their rear window Rear dashcam picked up the chimney falling in … Read more

Moment two women risk their lives for photo on top of 150ft cliffs prone to massive rock falls 

Dicing with death: Moment two women risk their lives leaping into the air for photo on top of crumbling 150ft cliffs at Birling Gap Two young women were seen risking their lives as they jumped on the cliff edge  They stood on top of the 150ft cliff at Birling Gap near Eastbourne, East Sussex Comes … Read more

Moment two women risk their lives for photo on top of 400ft cliffs prone to massive rock falls 

Dicing with death: Moment two women risk their lives leaping into the air for photo on top of crumbling 400ft cliffs at Birling Gap Two young women were seen risking their lives as they jumped on the cliff edge  They stood on top of the 400ft cliff at Birling Gap near Eastbourne, East Sussex Comes … Read more

Coronavirus: Number of people getting Covid each day in England falls 13% in a week to 2,800

Number of people getting Covid each day in England falls 13% in a week to 2,800 as expert behind app tracking outbreak says country is in a ‘good position’ because impact of schools opening was ‘very small’ Professor Tim Spector, a King’s College London epidemiologist, said the app’s figures were ‘positive news’ Covid Symptom Study … Read more

Covid UK: London’s daily death rate falls to five, the second lowest in England

Just five people are dying with Covid every day in London — nearly 40 times fewer than during the peak of the crisis in January, according to official figures.  And the capital now has the second lowest Covid death rate in England, amid dwindling death tolls across the country and a mammoth vaccine drive.  Britain’s … Read more