The vaccine is undergoing a "rolling review" where EMA examines safety, efficacy data, before a formal application for authorisation is filed by the manufacturer.
UN, Britain to co-host global climate summit on 12 December to mark fifth anniversary of Paris Agreement
This summit is intended to increase momentum ahead of the United Nations Climate Change COP 26 to be held in Glasgow in November 2021.
The director of AIIMS Delhi said 'If Russia’s vaccine is successful, then we will have to see critically whether it is safe and effective.'
UK signs deals with Pfizer, BioNTech and Valneva to secure 90 million doses of possible COVID-19 vaccines
With no vaccine against COVID-19 developed yet, Britain now has three different types of vaccines under order and a total of 230 million doses potentially available.
Brexit delay looms over UK Parliament after British MPs reject Boris Johnson's bid to force new divorce deal, demand more time to debate pact
European Council President Donald Tusk said Tuesday he will recommend EU leaders grant another Brexit extension, hours after British MPs rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson's bid to force his divorce deal through parliament this week
EU did ‘all in its power’ to ensure orderly Brexit, will await British parliamentary approval before ratifying it, says Jean-Claude Juncker
British prime minister Boris Johnson is desperately trying to secure a break from Brussels that severs many of the island nation's economic and political ties with Europe after 46 years of EU membership
'We will come out on 31 Oct': UK PM Boris Johnson compares Britain to The Incredible Hulk, claims huge progress in Brexit talks
Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Saturday he was making a 'huge amount of progress' towards a Brexit deal with the European Union (EU), in an interview in which he compared Britain to the Incredible Hulk.
Gatwick disruption: UK Police arrests two for drone antics that caused chaos, held up traffic at London airport
Two people have been arrested in connection with the "criminal use of drones" at London's Gatwick Airport, police said Saturday, after three days of disruption in which and tens of thousands of people missed their flights.
Gatwick drone disruption: Airport resumes limited flights; chaos following shutdown had left thousands stranded
Britain’s Gatwick Airport cancelled all flights on Thursday after drones flying near the airport grounded flights.
British PM Theresa May narrowly wins key Brexit vote; defeats bid to keep UK in customs union with EU
If the amendment had passed it would have thrown May's Brexit strategy into disarray and increased pressure on the already beleaguered leader.
Downton Abbey to be made into a film; will bring back show's stars Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville
The original principal cast of Downton Abbey including Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville and more, are set to reprise their roles in the film
Donald Trump to arrive in Britain amidst Brexit turmoil; Theresa May govt hopes for a trade deal after leaving EU
British prime minister Theresa May is hoping Donald Trump's trip will boost the close ties between their two nations and help forge a future free trade deal.
The row heightens the chance of a stinging defeat for May over the EU Withdrawal Bill in the coming weeks ahead of a crunch summit of European leaders in Brussels on 28 June
In a huge setback to Julian Assange, a British court today for the second time ruled that a UK arrest warrant against the Wikileaks founder was still valid, making it clear that he could be arrested if he tries to leave the Ecuadorian embassy where he has been holed up since 2012.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will curtail her trip to the G7 summit in Italy this week following the deadly suicide attack on a Manchester concert.
Manchester Arena blast Britain's deadliest since 2005 London bombings: Here's a chronology of terror attacks in Britain
Nineteen people have been killed in a terrorist attack during a pop concert by US star Ariana Grande in the northwest English city of Manchester, police said Tuesday.
Vijay Mallya can make light of his arrest and his being released on bail and detractors of Prime Minister Narendra Modi can huff and puff about why India has not demanded deportation and settled for extradition.
The UK government is considering further crackdowns on visas for non-EU nationals, which will include Indians, to curb its soaring immigration figures.
A British exit from the European Union could cause global market swings for a while. But that would soon pass. If we're lucky, that is.
Britain's "special relationship" with US comeS under stress as Washington throws its support behind the Argentine foreign minister's bid for UN top post.