British citizens returning home from roughly 30 countries deemed at ‘high risk’ from new coronavirus variants could soon have to quarantine in hotels, reports said on Wednesday.
Britain will announce on Tuesday whether it will bring in mandatory quarantine in hotels for some or all arrivals, the country's coronavirus vaccination minister said as he warned the public not to book summer vacations.
Britain is facing the worst weeks of the Covid-19 pandemic, its chief medical officer said on Monday, with the health service facing a ‘dangerous time’ as deaths and cases hit record highs ...
The US government will require all airline passengers arriving from the United Kingdom to test negative for Covid-19 within 72 hours of departure starting Monday amid concerns about a new coronavirus variant that may be more transmissible.
Lord Mayor of London in the United Kingdom William Russell, described his visit to the State of Qatar as successful and fruitful in terms of the nature of the discussions ...
Britain's medicine regulator said anyone with a history of anaphylaxis to a medicine or food should not get the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, giving fuller guidance on an earlier allergy warning about the shot.
European Union diplomats said on Thursday they hoped a Brexit trade deal with Britain could be agreed by Friday or at the weekend, and EU officials said negotiators were likely to review progress in the next two days.
The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) welcomed on Monday the decision of the UK Office of Communications (Ofcom) condemning Abu Dhabi TV channel for broadcasting an interview ...
Britain has announced the biggest investment in its military since the end of the Cold War, despite the coronavirus crisis pummelling the economy, as the government seeks to define its post-Brexit role on the world stage.
Britain condemned Israel's decision to advance construction of settlement buildings in an area of occupied West Bank.
The UK has added Qatar to its list of travel corridors, the Qatar embassy in London said in a tweet on Thursday.
Sync., the UK-based fintech, sees Qatar as an "incredible" base to expand into the Middle East as the 2022 FIFA World Cup will springboard the country into the global spotlight.