The Best and Worst Moments of the 2020 EmmysThe pandemic forced the Emmy Awards to stage a largely virtual event. Here are the highs and lows of the ceremony. Australia PM on not sharing vaccine: History will be 'severe judge'Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday insisted that any nation that develops a COVID-19 vaccine share it universally, warning that history wil A Brexit deal is within touching distanceThere is cautious but growing optimism in Whitehall that there will be a Brexit deal. At the beginning of this month the mood was grim. There was a feeling that the talks weren’t getting anywhere A Somber Boris Johnson Offers Britain a New Plan to Halt the VirusFighting a second wave of infections that scientists warn could grow exponentially, the prime minister is imposing new restrictions and penalties for up to six months. Amal Clooney quits as media envoy over move to break Brexit treatyAmal Clooney has resigned as the government’s envoy on media freedom over Boris Johnson’s plans to renege on parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.In a letter to Dominic Raab, the foreign secretary Amal Clooney quits UK envoy role over Brexit planThe human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law. Get ready for Brexit or face 7,000-truck queues in Kent, hauliers toldMichael Gove tells haulage firms to allow for two-day delays as part of worst-case planning Opinion | What’s at Stake in This Election? The American Democratic ExperimentCongress should establish a bipartisan commission to monitor voting and ensure that laws and regulations are followed. PM could deploy army during six months of Covid measuresBoris Johnson has said that the nation stands at a “perilous turning point” as he announced six months of new restrictions and even suggested the military could be used to help enforce the measures. SinoPharm says Covid-19 vaccine may be ready this yearChina pledges US$1 billion loan to help Latin American and Caribbean countries access vaccine when available.