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UK agrees fishing access and quotas with Norway
Britain said on Tuesday it had agreed a new deal with Norway for fishing in each other’s waters in 2022.
The agreement will allow Britain's fleet to fish up to 30,000 tonnes of various whitefish stocks in Norwegian waters, and vice versa.
The UK government said fleets would benefit from the increased flexibility to target the stocks in the best condition throughout the fishing year, supporting a more sustainable fishing industry.
Concern for UK security as anti-vaxxer groups evolve towards US-style militias
While more and more Western countries are adopting Chinese style state-control policies and forcing their public to get vaccinated again and again, with punishments and limitati...
Court date set for Finnish MP charged over Bible-Tweet
Will Finland imprison an MP over a Bible-Tweet? The Helsinki District Court has set the date for the hearing in the censorship case of Finnish Member of Parliament, Päivi Räsäne...
Ghislaine Maxwell ends fight to keep names of eight 'John Does' secret. Court to decide whether names should be unsealed
Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Michael Bloomberg, Conrad Black, Leon Black, Hassanal Bolkiah (Sultan of Brunei), Richard Branson, Phil Collins, David Copperfield, Andrew ...
You'll no longer be able to use Visa credit cards on Amazon from this week
Update : Amazon has since backtracked on the decision and now says it will continue to accept Visa credit cards after January 19.
Facebook parent Meta faces $3.1B UK class action for breach of competition law
The suit. If successful, would have Facebook paying $3.1 billion in damages to Facebook U.K. users
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit heads above the clouds for third commercial flight
Mission comes days after company celebrated going public on the Nasdaq through a merger with NextGen Acquisition Corp. II
Wake-up call to cancer risks over coffee
Be wary of cancer risks when drinking too much coffee as the consumer watchdog found that 47 of 49 coffee products in supermarkets contains a carcinogen.
Djokovic must comply with local health rules to compete in Madrid Open, Spain's prime minister says
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic has to comply with Spain's health rules to be able to compete in Madrid Open that kicks off in late April, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanche...
TikTok stars who made more money than many of America’s top CEOs
Median pay for chief executives of S&P 500 companies was $13.4 million in 2020
60+ Citizens Face Monthly Fine For Not Getting Covid Shot In This Country
Greece Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has told seniors the simplest way to avoid the levy is to get vaccinated.
Apple to require employee proof of COVID-19 booster
Many companies in the U.S. have been strengthening their COVID-19 rules
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