BORIS JOHNSON is to hold a televised coronavirus briefing tonight after misinformation surrounding UK coronavirus vaccines was spread in Germany.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been providing regular updates about the UK’s fight against coronavirus from Number 10 Downing Street throughout the pandemic. With England more than three weeks into its third lockdown, today the PM is due to address the nation
On Thursday, AP’s Zeke Miller asked President Biden about one of his coronavirus 100 day promises. Mr Biden has pledged that 100 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be administered in his first 100 days in office. Mr Miller asked: “You set
JOE BIDEN sparked health fears as he coughed and spluttered in his first press conference as the US President.
The Home Secretary will address the nation at 5pm tonight as she pleads the public to continue to abide by the Covid restrictions. It comes after a new Imperial College study indicated cases are still rising in lockdown. The research found the
It comes as the health service is facing its most precarious position in its history, with NHS boss Sir Simon Stevens warning the next few days would be the most critical for hospitals since the start of the pandemic. Coronavirus patient numbers
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has held his press conference ahead of the FA Cup third round clash with Watford. Express Sport brings you all the highlights including team news, the latest after Amad Diallo signed and the latest on players
He said: “I’ve said everything. How much I like the person and player. Nothing else to say. If there’s a decision, you would know. Rest is nothing to say.” Trent Alexander-Arnold form Klopp explained: “If you make people used to that level
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta addressed a host of topics at his press conference this morning. Arteta spoke to the media ahead of the Gunners’ FA Cup third round tie against Newcastle United on Saturday. Here are four takeaways from what the Spaniard