Two Metropolitan police officers have been arrested over serious allegations of misconduct in public office in connection with a homicide investigation of two women in north-west London.
It’s 72 years since the Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks in Essex, carrying just over a thousand passengers from the Caribbean to fill jobs in the UK.
The First Minister acknowledged the “colossal impact” of the crisis on businesses, but urged patience.
There’s evidence that the killing of George Floyd is increasing hate speech online.
Asylum seekers and people on student visas or spousal visas have no access to public funds, which is a condition of their residency.
Across England and Wales bereaved families are seeking answers about why their relatives have died of Covid-19.
One eyewitness accused him of driving to Barnard Castle some thirty miles from Durham in order to exercise – a claim that has angered some locals.
The Home Secretary is to grant free visa extensions across the health and care sectors.
As the pandemic took hold, Britain’s prisons found themselves on the frontline.
Thirteen prisoners in England and Wales have died after contracting coronavirus while in jail, the justice secretary has told MPs.
The programme was designed to ease pressure on prisons during the pandemic.
Police in Scotland have imposed more than 500 fines on those flouting lockdown rules.
Police forces across the country have threatened fines and even criminal records for people who refuse to abide by lockdown rules.
Today, one family listened from their living room as their son’s killers were jailed at the Old Bailey. Fifteen-year-old Tashaun Aird was one of 149 victims of knife crime last year in London. He had warned his parents months earlier and his murder has led to a safeguarding review.
‘Up to 6 months’ before life returns to normal: UK government on coronavirus measures