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In 2019, a total of 588,931 students went to foreign universities compared with 71,769 in 2021, and plans remain marred due to the looming threat of recurring COVID-19 waves
A 90-Year-Old British Grandma Is the First Person In the West to Receive a Covid-19 Vaccine Outside Clinical Trials
Last week, the UK became the first Western nation to approve the vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech.
The minister for commerce of Gibraltar writes about what his jurisdiction is doing to prepare for the future.
Facebook and Google Will be Punished With Giant Fines in the U.K. If They Fail to Rid Their Platforms of Toxic Content
The British government wants tech firms to eradicate illegal hate speech, more subtle forms of abuse like child grooming, and problematic content around suicide and self-harm.
The Indian Cab-hailing giant is going to face competition with the likes of global giant Uber and New Zealand-based Zoomy
After its successful expansion in China and Indonesia, the Softbank-backed company is now going all out in the United Kingdom
The new startup visa will encourage entrepreneurs to set up shop in the country
Meanwhile, the British Parliament has threatened to issue a summons to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify across the pond if he doesn't voluntarily agree to do so.
"One of the biggest challenges was under what regulation will the Civil Aviation Requirement give us an approval?"