The culture secretary says the change is likely to be included in a bill aimed at improving online safety.
from: BBC News Charities say inequalities in maternal care need to be addressed urgently.
Olaf Scholz, who would have attended the G20 summit as finance minister, will also join Angela Merkel for talks with world leaders. From: New York Times
The continent already suffers from high infection levels, low vaccination rates and limited, unpredictable deliveries of vaccine doses. From: New York Times
Poultry industry chief tells MPs the government’s overseas workers scheme has come too late.
We speak to experts about reports of people being injected with drugs without them knowing.
Additional measures are not needed in England at this point, the health secretary says. from: BBC News
from: BBC News A catastrophic fault knocked out subtitles, signing and audio description more than three weeks ago.
Tyson Fury will have to wait to see how several fights pan out before deciding his next opponent.
Anthony Joshua’s rematch against heavyweight rival Usyk could take place in March, his promoter Eddie Hearn says. from: BBC News
England all-rounder Ben Stokes has a second operation on his injured finger and is unlikely to play in the Ashes against Australia this winter. from: BBC News
Though Fumio Kishida, a ruling-party stalwart, has sought to distinguish himself from the unpopular departing prime minister, he’s struggled to connect with the public. From: New York Times
The country has free elections, opposition parties and, lately, public discontent. So why are the Liberal Democrats nearly assured to remain in power? From: New York Times
Four-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka says she will return to tennis soon after getting the “itch” to play again. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Some 51% of 18 to 34-year-olds in the UK pray at least once a month, a new survey suggests.
from: BBC News The deputy leader says Sir Keir Starmer’s plans are “not on the order paper” for party bosses.
from: BBC News Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary says fewer flights amid spiking demand will lead to higher prices.
from: BBC News Government talks are continuing through the weekend, following reports of a National Insurance hike.
In a study of veterans, Covid survivors were 35 percent more likely than other patients to have long-term kidney damage or declines in kidney function. From: New York Times