Police across the UK have warned that coronavirus is a “real and deadly threat”, as they urged people not to hold parties or gatherings this weekend in breach of lockdown rules.
Boris Johnson is facing a growing rebellion among senior Conservatives over his controversial Internal Market Bill – while former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Sir John Major urged MPs to reject it.
Boris Johnson has warned that the integrity of the United Kingdom could be at stake – if MPs don’t back the controversial new bill to override parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The tour company Tui is now investigating exactly what happened and whether the virus was actually spread by passengers who did not wear masks.
More than a quarter of pupils in England got top grades in their GCSEs.
Today, a 16-year-old from Sudan was found on a beach in Sangatte, his body washed up after his makeshift boat capsized.
Today some Universities said they would accept lower grades from students who’ve been offered places even if they haven’t got the result they’d hoped for.
The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) has warned that they no longer have confidence the R rate in England is below one – the rate at which the infections decrease.
Carers for severely disabled vulnerable people saw their already overstretched support services all but disappear because of the pandemic.
Record numbers of migrants are risking the journey in small boats across the Channel to reach the UK.
A record number of migrants have attempted to cross the English Channel in recent days.
More than 50 years ago a businessman was given a piece of one of Stonehenge’s famous sarsen stones, after part of the core was removed during repair work.
For the people of the Balearic islands, where cases of coronavirus are low, the decision of the British government to advise against travel there has serious economic implications.
A highly critical review into some of the biggest health scandals in the last decades has found thousands of women were needlessly harmed because of the arrogance of the medical establishment.
The government is handing more than £1.5 billion in emergency funds to major arts venues, like theatres, galleries and museums – in an effort to shore up their future.