An independent review into how a serial rapist was freed from prison to carry out a series of sex attacks has said there were “major failings” by an “unstable” team of inexperienced probation staff.
One group that’s been particularly badly affected by the lockdown has been young carers – those under the age of 18 who help care for someone at home.
After thirteen weeks in lockdown could an easing of restrictions be on the horizon?
Lawyers for the Duke of York say he offered three times to assist the US authorities investigating the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The Health Secretary has denied suggestions from one of his government’s own scientific advisors that the lockdown was brought in too late,
Councils in England are in danger of being forced to make sweeping cuts if they don’t get more cash, according to the Local Government Association.
The NHS has found that almost a third of all coronavirus deaths in England’s hospitals are linked to diabetes.
She’s been described as a popular, and much-loved nurse by one of the hospitals in which she worked. Onyenachi Obasi turned 51 in April. But at the time she was in ICU on a ventilator after catching coronavirus, and sadly died a month later. Anja Popp has been to meet her only child, Omega, who has special needs, and her niece Ijeoma.
Men who work in social care, and in low-skilled jobs like taxi drivers, security guards and chauffeurs – are at a far higher risk of dying from Covid-19 than the general working age population.
If social distancing is observed, the Transport Secretary said today public transport in England would only have sufficient space for one in ten of the usual passengers.
100-year-old British Muslim Dabirul Islam Choudhury has raised almost £90,000 so far for charities which help people affected by coronavirus here and in Bangladesh
Today, the first Sunday in May, the height of spring – marks International Dawn Chorus Day – the sound of birdsong giving people around the world some distraction from the stress and anxiety of lockdown.
Larni Zuniga was a nurse who had been working in a care home in Surrey. He died on Friday after three weeks in intensive care.
As we mark Earth day – in the rush to restore economies after lockdown restrictions are eased – will protecting the planet be consigned to the back seat?
People from the blind and deaf communities say they have been left feeling isolated, scared and at risk due to a lack of access to vital information during the coronavirus crisis.