Fans’ frustration towards some football clubs and their ownership needs to be understood, ministers conceded today – after last night’s violent scenes outside Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground.
As we begin to emerge from lockdown – how do young people now feel about getting the vaccine and balancing benefits versus risks? We have been out in Birmingham finding out.
Shielding for nearly 4 million people in England and Wales officially ended today. Many of them have been confined to home for the last year because they are clinically vulnerable. The lifting of restrictions follows the fall in Covid cases and hospital admissions, but they are still advised to social distance, work from home and…
A coroner has called on Boris Johnson to launch a public inquiry into the Covid pandemic “as soon as practicable”, at the end of an inquest into a pregnant nurse who died with the virus.
A coroner in Nottingham has declared that the probation service made a significant contribution to the murder of a woman by her former boyfriend.
Tonight, Handforth Parish Council is meeting again and we are at the Cheshire village.
More than 70 people have been fined after police in Birmingham raided a makeshift nightclub in breach of Covid laws.
Some shops in Northern Ireland have had to stop selling some goods because they can’t get hold of them – thanks to the post Brexit rules surrounding trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
With schools across England now facing the imminent prospect of lengthy closures, it’s been a day of considerable chaos in different parts of the country, as councils issued varying advice on whether children should be allowed back into classrooms or not. Teaching unions have demanded a “pause” on school opening in order to guarantee the…
Most people were just glad to see the back of 2020.
More than three quarters of the population is now in Tier 4.
Peterborough is the most northern point in the area that was pushed into England’s new Tier 4 restrictions on Saturday.
The first guidance has been issued on how to treat people suffering from Long Covid, as experts warned that the long-term effects of the disease can be “significant”.
Boris Johnson and Ursula Von De Leyen agree to continue UK – EU trade talks beyond today’s original deadline.
It’s also a week since England’s first pilot of city-wide mass testing began in Liverpool.