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Recent articles by Jill:

UK says there is 'deal to be done' to resolve feud with EU

Britain’s foreign minister has expressed optimism that there is a “deal to be done” to resolve a Northern Ireland trade dispute that has soured the U.K.’s relations with the European Union → Read More

New year, same feud: UK-EU resume talks on Brexit trade spat

Top negotiators from Britain and the European Union are meeting in hopes of resolving their a thorny dispute over Northern Ireland trade → Read More

UK's Johnson apologizes for attending party during lockdown

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologized for attending a garden party during Britain’s first coronavirus lockdown, but brushed aside demands that he resign for breaching the rules his own government had imposed on the nation → Read More

Boris Johnson apologizes for attending Downing Street BYOB party during UK lockdown

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologized for attending a “bring your own booze” garden party at his office, though he said that he had considered it a work event. → Read More

UK's Johnson apologizes for attending party during lockdown

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologized for attending a garden party during Britain’s first coronavirus lockdown, but brushed aside opposition demands that he resign for breaching the rules his own government had imposed on the nation → Read More

UK's Johnson apologizes for attending lockdown party

Johnson is facing a tide of anger from public and politicians over claims he and his staff flouted pandemic restrictions by socializing when it was banned. → Read More

Lockdown party claims add to list of Boris Johnson scandals

Allegations that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s staff held a “bring your own booze” garden party while Britain was in lockdown are just the latest claims of wrongdoing to rattle the leader → Read More

Lockdown party claims add to list of Boris Johnson scandals

Allegations that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s staff held a “bring your own booze” garden party while Britain was in lockdown are just the latest claims of wrongdoing to rattle the leader → Read More

UK's Johnson apologizes for attending lockdown party

LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologized Wednesday for attending a garden party during Britain’s coronavirus lockdown in 2020, but brushed aside opposition demands that he resign for breaching the rules his own government had imposed. → Read More

U.K.'s Johnson Apologizes for Attending Party During Lockdown

Johnson faces anger over claims he and his staff flouted pandemic restrictions by socializing when it was banned. → Read More

UK Prime Minister apologizes for attending party during lockdown

The UK's prime minister and several staffers attended a party in 2020, flouting social distancing restrictions that he and his government had put into place. → Read More

UK Prime Minister apologizes for attending party during lockdown

The UK's prime minister and several staffers attended a party in 2020, flouting social distancing restrictions that he and his government had put into place. → Read More

UK's Johnson accused of breaking lockdown with garden party

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced a wave of public and political outrage on Tuesday over allegations that he and his staff flouted coronavirus lockdown rules by holding a garden → Read More

Lockdown party claims add to list of Boris Johnson scandals

Allegations that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s staff held a “bring your own booze” garden party while Britain was in lockdown are just the latest claims of wrongdoing to rattle the leader → Read More

UK's Johnson faces lockdown-breach claims over garden party

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing more allegations that he and his staff flouted lockdown rules, this time by holding a garden party in 2020 while Britons were barred by law from mingling outside the home → Read More

UK's Johnson faces lockdown-breach claims over garden party

LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced a wave of public and political outrage on Tuesday over allegations that he and his staff flouted coronavirus lockdown rules by holding a garden party in 2020 while Britons were barred by law from mingling outside the home. → Read More

UK developers told they must foot bill for unsafe cladding

The British government says property developers must bear the cost of removing dangerous cladding that has left scores of apartment buildings at risk of fire, and thousands of residents facing steep bills to make their homes safe → Read More

UK data suggests hospitalization is less likely with omicron

LONDON (AP) — Preliminary data suggests that people with the omicron variant of the coronavirus are 50% to 70% less likely to be hospitalized than those with the delta strain, Britain’s… → Read More

UK data suggest hospitalization is less likely with omicron

It cautioned that the analysis is “preliminary and highly uncertain” because of the small number of omicron patients in hospitals and the fact that most were in younger age groups. → Read More

UK data suggest hospitalization is less likely with omicron

It cautioned that the analysis is “preliminary and highly uncertain” because of the small number of omicron patients in hospitals and the fact that most were in younger age groups. As of Dec. 20, 132 people had been admitted to U.K. hospitals with confirmed omicron, of whom 14 -- aged between 52 and 96 -- died. → Read More