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Almost one in two Brits may quit job if forced back into office – Poll

Moscow/Sputnik: Nearly a half of Britons polled say they will consider quitting their job if their employers try to force them to go back into the office, a study conducted by the UK apartment sharing website SpareRoom has found.

UK records another 1,907 coronavirus cases, 7 deaths

London/Xinhua: Another 1,907 people in Britain have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases in the country to 4,418,530, according to official figures released Saturday.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth, husband Prince Philip get Coronavirus vaccine

London/IBNS: Queen Elizabeth II, the current monarch of Britain, and her husband Prince Philip took the Covid-19 vaccine shot on Saturday, Buckingham Palace said, reported the media.

UK reports biggest single-day spike of 53,135 COVID cases, 414 deaths

London/UNI: The United Kingdom on Tuesday recorded the highest single-day spike of 53,135 fresh novel coronavirus cases during the past 24 hours, while 414 people lost their lives.

UK gave up foreign policy independence by siding with US against China - Expert

London/Sputnik - London-based political analyst and writer Carlos Martinez warned on Monday that the UK government has given up its independence in foreign policy by siding with US President Donald Trump on his "New Cold War" against China.

All Party Parliamentary Group asks Pakistan to stop Ahmadi persecution, urges Britain to take actions

While they once played an important role in the formation of this Asian nation, the Ahmadiyya Muslim community suffers humilitation and persecuation at the hands of authorities on a daily basis in Imran Kahn-led Pakistan, that promises a lot on humanity and equality, but delivers very little.

UK government bans companies from buying Huawei equipment for 5G networks - Minister

Moscow/Sputnik: The United Kingdom government will ban UK companies from buying Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei-produced equipment for 5G networks from the end of the year, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden said on Tuesday.

UK Chancellor to unveil financial package for freelancers affected by COVID-19 : reports

Moscow/Sputnik: UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak will provide details of a financial support package for self-employed people and freelancers affected by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak during a joint press briefing with Prime Minister Boris Johnson later on Thursday, according to the Sky News broadcaster.

Brexit With Deal Can Still Happen: EU Commission Head

Moscow, Sept 18 (Sputnik): Brexit with a deal is still possible, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said Tuesday, with slightly more than a month left until the deadline of October 31.