Priti Patel says the inquiry will examine any Russian involvement in Dawn Sturgess’s death in 2018.
One97 Communications, the app’s parent company, has drawn interest from institutional investors as online shopping in India expands. From: New York Times
A local hospital investigation is “not sufficient”, Tunbridge Wells MP Greg Clark says.
More than half of licensed drivers – 160,000 workers – have not returned since the pandemic.
Some victims say they are more willing to report sexual harassment following coverage of violence against women.
In his first public comments, the actor says the cinematographer he accidentally shot was his friend. from: BBC News
The city lost by far the largest number of students in its recent history between the fall of 2019 and the fall of 2020. From: New York Times
from: BBC News The 95-year-old monarch speaks to ambassadors remotely from Windsor Castle ahead of her COP26 trip.
from: BBC News The Treasury has been making some claims about pay in the public and private sectors.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
from: BBC News The chancellor will use his Budget on Wednesday to confirm that the “pay pause” is being lifted.
The chancellor says he will set out a plan for rebuilding the economy next week based on skills.
A princess who will soon marry represents the third generation to suffer intense emotional distress in a country that often consigns women to rigid roles. From: New York Times
The climate activist speaks to the BBC about the COP26 conference, emissions targets and rickrolling. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce increased funding for tram, train and bus services outside London.
Admiral Rachel Levine is the first female four-star admiral in the history of the he U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, which she already leads in her role as assistant secretary. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Nightclub bosses want government action as bouncers quit and EU workers leave the UK.
from: BBC News The stabbing of Southend West MP Sir David Amess has thrown a spotlight on the risks politicians face.
A parliamentary report says Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government and its scientific advisers in effect pursued a herd immunity strategy that cost thousands of lives. From: New York Times
Government too slow to lock down and test-and-trace was chaotic, but jabs rollout a success, MPs say. from: BBC News