For those living with serious health conditions, avoiding the virus can be a matter of life and death.
The sale of house coal and wet wood will be phased out in England, starting next year – as part of plans to cut harmful air pollution.
The actor and comedian Terry Jones has “gently slipped away” after living with dementia for five years.
The Prime Minister has wished Prince Harry and Meghan well in their new roles which will have no royal tours and no titles but also no tax payer’s money.
Its been announced that Prince Harry and Meghan will no longer use the titles HRH and will repay money spent on renovating their home.
When Jeremy Corbyn took over the Labour Party, he promised a “kinder, gentler politics”. His critics argue that he and some of his supporters didn’t quite live up to that promise.
The BBC could face a massive bill in back-pay after it lost a landmark employment case.
For years now, the hashtag #oscarssowhite has trended.
Tesco has suspended production of charity Christmas cards at a factory in China.
Boris Johnson has insisted that Britain is ‘absolutely’ committed to NATO – as he visited British troops stationed in Estonia.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to hospital as a “precautionary measure” according to Buckingham Palace.
The families of four soldiers killed when a car bomb went off in Hyde Park more than 30 years ago have won a civil case against a convicted IRA member. At the High Court Judge Mrs Justice Yip said John Downey, from County Donegal, was ‘an active participant’ in the carefully planned attack. 31 people…
They were the longest climate talks on record – but the UN’s marathon negotiations in Madrid ended this morning without a deal on the key issue of carbon markets – with delegates opting to leave it until their Glasgow summit next year.
Sudan’s former president Omar al Bashir has been found guilty of money laundering and corruption by a court in Khartoum, and sentenced to two years in custody. Al-Bashir – who’s also wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and genocide during the Darfur conflict – was removed from power by Sudan’s…
Another country rocked by public protest. Today Bolivia’s head of state Evo Morales has agreed to new presidential elections after a damning report found serious irregularities in last month’s election which he claimed to have won.