Wednesday, 28th October Daily Roundup - British Herald
January 16, 2021
Daily Roundup

Wednesday, 28th October Daily Roundup

Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.

Local News

A COVID-19 vaccine could be rolled out in Britain for some people before Christmas but a launch during early 2021 is more likely, the woman responsible for procuring possible jabs in Britain said.

Researchers in the country said that there are significant issues with the availability and quality of coronavirus-related data in England. They said this while launching a dashboard to help explain the patchwork of statistics.

Heathrow airport in London lost its long-held crown as the busiest airport in Europe to Paris Charles de Gaulle during the pandemic. It has put the blame on government apathy for its passenger numbers plummeting even more than rivals.

World News

President Donald Trump is scheduled to address two campaign rallies in Arizona, a battleground state, where polls indicate he is narrowly behind Democratic contender Joe Biden. This comes as the race for the White House enters its six-day stretch.

In the wake of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan being caricatured in French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, Turkey said it will resort to diplomatic and legal measures against the portrayal, which officials have termed a “disgusting effort” to “spread its cultural racism and hatred”.

Further cementing Belgium’s reputation as a producer of top-notch chocolate, a jury of independent reporters has crowned a Belgian chocolatier as the best pastry chef in the world.

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