For the redrawing of voting maps, some states are making a little-known change to their census numbers that is expected to shift political power away from rural, predominantly white prison towns.
Nick Clegg will on Monday set out the tech giant’s vision of a virtual world where you can work, shop and ‘live’. But the move is prompting new fears over privacy
When Hungary and Poland joined the European Union in 2004, after decades of Communist domination, their citizens thirsted for Western democratic standards and prosperity.
Leonardo Tristan, a disaster officer in Looc town on Occidental Mindoro island, said the force of the quake sent some residents rushing outside.
Up to 10,500 lorry drivers and poultry workers are to be offered temporary UK visas in an attempt to avoid supply chain disruptions ahead of Christmas, the government has said in a statement.
Two of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges have halted new registrations for Chinese users, taking one of the first actions to comply with Beijing’s latest cryptocurrency ban.
The ransomware scourge may be even worse than widely believed as most business executives hide cyberattacks, a new survey says.
The direct URL for the Bitcoin white paper (its technical description) on Bitcoin.org shows either "404 Not Found" or "This site can’t be reached".
The government is to suspend competition law to allow oil firms to target fuel deliveries at petrol stations following recent panic buying.
Narrow victory at conference after members had torn into Starmer’s plan ends difficult week for leader
Analysis: After the Huawei chief’s detention, the saga rapidly turned from a narrow legal dispute into an escalating battle
Much as the world is widely becoming liberal, Hungary seems to maintain its stand on many cultural and Christian values
The 102 examples of the United States’ interference listed in a fact sheet published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs showed that the US tried to use Hong Kong to hold back China's development, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po said.
Scottish ministers have called for urgent action from the UK government on immigration as the system is "not meeting" the needs of Scotland.
Ministers to discuss emergency plan Operation Escalin after BP reveals a third of forecourts have shortages
Lawsuit alleges settlement in Cambridge Analytica case driven by desire to protect founder
The National Bank of Hungary welcomes the decision of Moody's Investor Service to upgrade Hungary's sovereign rating to Baa2 from Baa3, the central bank said after the ratings agency issued its decision late on Friday.
Germany's left-leaning Social Democratic Party (SPD) celebrated a narrow lead in exit polls published after voting ended in Germany's federal election, but the final result of the closely fought contest remains uncertain.
State media has denied any Chinese version of a Robin Hood-style approach to wealth inequality, but message to city is loud and clear: it cannot rely on real estate to be its engine for future development.
We're constantly taught the recipe for getting ahead is to put our heads down and outwork everyone else. But that's not quite right.
Supplier appointed by Ofgem also at centre of speculation that it could bid for rival challenger Bulb
Mediapart claims indicate that devices were targeted by NSO’s Pegasus spyware
Hungary's provinces should finally get what they are entitled to, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Sarospatak, in northeast Hungary, on Saturday.
The bomber had subsequently moved away from the border, while the Russian jets had returned to their bases, says report
Switzerland agreed to legalize civil marriage and the right to adopt children for same-sex couples by a nearly two-thirds majority in a referendum on Sunday, making it one of the last countries in Western Europe to legalise gay marriage.
Police reveal the officer was suspended from duty after her arrest in July.
Essar Energy locked in negotiations with HMRC over VAT payment delayed because of pandemic
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Hungary's government considers it important to boost the country's defence capabilities and will therefore spend 30 percent more resources on defence in 2022 than this year, state secretary at the Foreign Ministry Tamas Menczer said in Nagykovacsi on Saturday.
A recent rise in cases after the relaxation of some COVID-19 measures has prompted Singapore to pause further reopening
Iceland looked to have elected a woman-majority parliament but a recount of votes on Sunday showed there will still be more men than women in the chamber, state broadcaster RUV reported.
With no local cases for more than a month, third vaccine dose will bring little benefit, experts in Hong Kong agree.
FairFuelUK’s Howard Cox says he got 70 calls from panic buyers and accuses unknown environmentalist of prank
Pope Francis gave a private audience to Cardinal Peter Erdo on Saturday, nearly two weeks after his visit to the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest, Norbert Nemeth, Rector of the Papal Hungarian Institute of Rome, told MTI.
Post-coup Myanmar is no stranger to internet blackouts, with the junta imposing one in the early hours of February 1 as soldiers arrested Suu Kyi
Melanie Chisholm, Boyzone’s Shane Lynch and S Club 7’s Hannah Spearritt latest to allege voicemail interception
Police uncover 200kg of the drug in a vacant store in a Hung Hom shopping centre in the force’s largest meth bust of the year.
Leader blindsides Miliband by ditching pledge to support common ownership, and defends push to change Labour rules
The historian and TV presenter on the story of former slave Olaudah Equiano and the significance of Black History Month
The call to action comes as something of a shot across the current administration’s bow ahead of next week’s policy address.
The murder of Sarah Everard shone a spotlight on a culture of male harassment and violence against women and girls, sparking protests and calls for reform. Now the killing of Sabina Nessa has appalled the nation
A renewed focus on art and culture, backed by government support, will build on the resurgence in interest in Canto-pop and Hong Kong identity. Tapping the potential of the creative industries will not only benefit Hong Kong’s economy, but also offer young people new opportunities.
More than 100 people gathered at Qingmao Port after midnight to wait for their test results as Zhuhai requested arrivals from Macau to undergo a 14-day quarantine from 6am yesterday.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor will attend the closing ceremony of the 14th National Games tonight after visiting local athletes in the National Games Village in Xi'an, Shaanxi.
At the first day of the UN General Assembly, both Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden made speeches to the world. As political commentator Einar Tangen explains, while Biden talked about competition, Xi emphasized cooperation.
The number of young people from 18 to 30 who registered to vote dropped 6.5 percent this year, which is 48,000 fewer than a year ago.