Families across Europe urged to wear face masks at Christmas gatherings

Families across Europe are being urged to wear face masks during Christmas celebrations due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Mountain hares ‘losing camouflage’ due to more snowless days

Mountain hares in Scotland are becoming more vulnerable to predators due to an increasing number of days without snow, a study has found.

News: Royal Caribbean disposes of two ships to Asia-based buyer

Royal Caribbean International has announced Empress and Majesty of the Seas will depart its fleet later this month. Both vessels are headed to Asia to begin work for a new owner.

Fourteen found guilty over 2015 Charlie Hebdo terror attacks

Fourteen people have been found guilty of being accomplices in terrorist attacks in France in 2015, which included the attack on the magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Why the ripples of the Charlie Hebdo terror attack still shake France

The ripples of the Charlie Hebdo attack spread far.

Christmas COVID laws will stay the same – but public warned to ‘keep it short, keep it local’

Boris Johnson has warned "a smaller Christmas is going to be a safer Christmas" as he urged the public to see festive bubbles of three households as "maximums" and not "targets to aim for".

British Uber drivers take company to court over secret algorithms

British drivers for ride-hailing company Uber are taking their employer to court in the Netherlands in order to access secret performance data the company collects on them.

UK announces new rules for taking pets abroad to EU from next year

Britons wanting to take their pets abroad to the EU next year will have to apply for an animal health certificate under new post-Brexit rules.