If We Stand Up For Ukraine, Vladimir Putin Will Unleash His Cyber Thugs Against Britain

Just before Christmas, a manager for a small charity in Orkney was baffled to learn she couldn’t access some of her computer files. Parts of the database were locked, she saw, encrypted by a virus. Then came the real shock. In order to unlock the files belonging to the Dial-a-Bus charity, hackers were demanding £1,000Continue reading “If We Stand Up For Ukraine, Vladimir Putin Will Unleash His Cyber Thugs Against Britain”

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Britain Is Crippled By Staff Shortages

COVID related staff shortages continued to have a significant impact on British life just hours before much of the nation returns to work, with bin collections suspended, rail services cancelled and one in ten NHS staff off sick. And as some workers prepare to go back into the office after the Christmas and New YearContinue reading “Britain Is Crippled By Staff Shortages”

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The Most British Complaint Ever Received By A Homeowner

A homeowner received the ‘most British complaint’ ever from a neighbour who was kept awake by his Christmas light display. The homeowner, who wasn’t named, received the polite typed letter through his letterbox, along with a timer to allow him to switch the lights off overnight. In the letter, the neighbour explained he and hisContinue reading “The Most British Complaint Ever Received By A Homeowner”

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By New Year’s Eve, A Third Of Bars, Pubs, And Clubs Might Close

A third of bars, pubs and clubs could close by New Year’s Eve as hospitality bosses plead for clarity from ministers on COVID 19 restrictions. The industry is facing a tumultuous Christmas and bosses have called for financial support amid a rise of the Omicron variant. Peter Marks, chief executive at REKOM, told BBC RadioContinue reading “By New Year’s Eve, A Third Of Bars, Pubs, And Clubs Might Close”

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For Me, It Looks Like A Christmas In Isolation

Britons across the country demonstrated their dismay at having to spend Christmas Day in isolation this year after testing positive for COVID 19, meaning they must remain home for the next ten days. People tweeted pictures of positive lateral flow tests and said they were feeling sorry for themselves and Merry Christmas to them, amidContinue reading “For Me, It Looks Like A Christmas In Isolation”

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Hospitals in The United Kingdom Are Reporting Omicron Cases, According To Nadhim Zahawi

Nadhim Zahawi revealed there are now patients with Omicron being treated in UK hospitals, and he said the new coronavirus variant means a massive bump in the road for the nation’s recovery from the pandemic. The Education Secretary painted a gloomy picture of the spread of the mutant strain as he said it now accountsContinue reading “Hospitals in The United Kingdom Are Reporting Omicron Cases, According To Nadhim Zahawi”

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Downing Street Christmas Party Called Heartbreaking And Depressing By Kate Garraway

Kate Garraway has described the Downing Street Christmas party as heartbreaking and depressing after her husband Derek Draper spent a year in the hospital fighting COVID. The TV host, 54, told Good Morning Britain that she struggled to try and make things work and follow lockdown rules during the time the party allegedly took place.Continue reading “Downing Street Christmas Party Called Heartbreaking And Depressing By Kate Garraway”

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The Entire Amazon Web Services Infrastructure Goes Down

Amazon and all of its services have crashed across the globe, knocking out popular websites like Tinder and Venmo that rely on the company’s cloud server, affecting thousands of customers. The platform, Amazon Music and Prime video, Alexa, Ring and Amazon Web Services, which offers a range of services for online applications, all began encounteringContinue reading “The Entire Amazon Web Services Infrastructure Goes Down”

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Tesco Strike Threatens Food Supplies In Run-Up To Christmas

Strikes by warehouse workers and drivers are set to create chaos in the run-up to Christmas at Tesco. More than 1,000 workers are organising walkouts in a pay row, adding further stress on the supply chain where Tesco bosses had earlier warned of reduced choice on supermarket racks due to driver deficits. The Unite unionContinue reading “Tesco Strike Threatens Food Supplies In Run-Up To Christmas”

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Circuit Breakers Are Imposed By Schools Themselves

Schools in England are beginning to close again as headteachers impose their own circuit breakers and are sending children home to study remotely in an attempt to tackle COVID before Christmas. Campaigners have warned that more schools could follow suit this winter and shut down after St Mary’s Church of England Primary in Hereford andContinue reading “Circuit Breakers Are Imposed By Schools Themselves”

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