A coroner has found the television presenter Caroline Flack took her own life after learning she would be prosecuted for assaulting her boyfriend.
London is getting a premiere of the first new musical since the pandemic began at a specially designed theatre space in a pub garden.
It’s been another dramatic day at the High Court as Johnny Depp tries to sue The Sun after the newspaper described him as a “wife beater”.
Amber Heard has denied she was violent towards her ex-husband Johnny Depp – insisting she would “try to defend” herself when he “got serious” – and when, she claimed, her former husband threatened to kill her a number of times.
The 100-year-old Second World War veteran was joined by his family at the ceremony in Windsor Castle’s quadrangle.
The Government has announced it’s spending more than £700m on new infrastructure, staff and technology to manage Britain’s borders when the UK leaves the European union at the end of the year.
Critics have accused President Trump of abusing the rule of law – after he commuted the sentence of his friend Roger Stone just days before he was due to serve a three and a half year term in jail.
The last few days in the High Court provides details of Johnny Depp’s drug and drink-fuelled lifestyle and the collapse of his marriage.
There will still be restrictions to ensure people maintain social distancing, and the rules vary across the nations.
The Chief Medical Officer for England has warned people trying to enjoy this hot glorious sunshine that they must continue following social distancing rules or risk a rise in coronavirus cases.
The 4 July is to be independence day from the lockdown for businesses such as pubs and hairdressers in England.
Boris Johnson has insisted people should be able to ‘shop with confidence’ when non-essential stores in England open tomorrow.
From today single adults in England can form what’s called a ‘support bubble’ with one other household – allowing them to visit each other inside their homes, and even stay overnight.
When one single mother from East London wrote to Dominic Cummings and his wife Mary about the struggles she was experiencing while being forced to stay at home during the Covid crisis, she was surprised to get a response.
It is almost exactly 13 years since Madeleine McCann went missing in the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz.