Geoff Perrin acknowledges he inflated his résumé, but says it hasn’t helped him get work with American police departments “because they just go, ‘What do you guys know about guns?’”
A Popular QAnon Twitter Account That Claims To Have Explosive DC Dirt Is Really Just A Random Italian Guy
"Greg Rubini" isn't the person he claims to be.
The Cheltenham Festival welcomed in hundreds of thousands of spectators even as other major sports around the world were closing their doors.
Trump Wants To Hold The G7 Summit In Person But He Didn’t Ask Other World Leaders About The Idea Before Tweeting It
Gathering for the G7 summit when the world is tiptoeing out of coronavirus lockdowns: an “awkward proposition to deal with.”
The UK Is Taking A Lot Longer Than Other Countries To Process Coronavirus Tests And Give People Their Results
The government refused to reveal the average turnaround time for tests, but one Tory MP says it's taking five days or longer. Other countries can do it in hours.
Just like with testing, the UK government is weeks behind and scrambling to catch up.
The EU Didn't Tell European Governments It Agreed To China Removing Coronavirus References From An Op-Ed Written In Their Name
Correspondence seen by BuzzFeed News shows member states were not consulted. One European diplomat described the EU decision as "weak".
The EU Was Accused Of Watering Down A Report About Chinese Coronavirus Disinformation. In Response, It Has Attacked Leaks And Whistleblowers.
This is not the first time that the EU foreign policy agency's handling of foreign interference has come under scrutiny.
New data seen by ministers and government scientists shows the proportion of severely obese people in ICUs is twice the proportion in the general population.
Some publications are flourishing by reflecting the new reality of lockdown life.
People In The Poorest Areas Of England And Wales Are Dying From Coronavirus At Twice The Rate Of Those In Better Off Areas
New official figures revealed a death rate in the most deprived neighbourhoods of 55.1 per 100,000 population, compared with 25.3 per 100,000 in the least deprived.
Italy Was Once The Epicentre Of The Coronavirus. But A Report Says It’s Far Too Early To Lift Lockdown Restrictions.
An official report concluded that 150,000 people would need to be admitted to ICUs by June if the lockdown was totally lifted. Italy has an ICU capacity of 9,000.
Sweden And Denmark Took Very Different Approaches To Fighting The Coronavirus. The Data Shows Many More People Are Dying In Sweden.
Sweden has seen a 34.5% increase in excess deaths this month compared to a 6.5% rise in Denmark.
Online searches for the term “bidet” spiked in March — and retailers say that that interest has translated into a surge in sales.
"That is our understanding of European solidarity," Germany's health minister said.
The New NHS Coronavirus App Won’t Work Without A Huge Increase In Testing And People To Do Contact Tracing
“You cannot ‘big data’ your way out of a ‘no data’ situation. Period.”
The Coronavirus Hit Germany And The UK Just Days Apart But The Countries Have Responded Differently. Here’s How.
From a first case to thousands of deaths: A timeline of how Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel’s governments handled COVID-19.
These Volunteers Say They Are Ready To Deliver Crucial Equipment — But The UK Government Hasn’t Used Them
“I could have delivered necessary equipment to pharmacies around the country weeks ago.”
Public Health England failed to follow up on a request in January to use the testing capabilities of the UK's animal health agency, which its staff say could carry out 40,000 tests a week.
The British government keeps saying it's "ramping up testing", but it now lacks both testing kits and dedicated lab capacity thanks to its original strategy to tackle the pandemic.