There are moves to review statues and streets named after controversial figures, many involved in the slave trade or colonialist past.
Since the fall of Edward Colston’s statue on Sunday, questions have been asked about other landmarks.
Hundreds of protestors have rallied in front of Oxford’s Oriel college this evening – demanding the removal of the statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes.
The Home Secretary has denounced those she called thugs and criminals – over the few clashes that broke out at the weekend’s anti-racism protests – declaring they would be brought to justice.
Thousands of people have marched through central London as a show of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
The pictures we are seeing are America in 2020. But they are also America 1968, after Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated.
Officials missed a series of chances to protect Jaden Moodie, the 14 year old schoolboy who was knocked off a scooter and stabbed to death last January, a review has found.
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Dashcam footage has been played to the jury in the murder trial of police officer Andrew Harper showing the desperate search for him after his feet became entangled in a tow rope.
Dr Richard Dawood is a travel health specialist at The Fleet Street Clinic, and Professor Azra Ghani is an infectious disease epidemiologist at Imperial College London.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock told MPs a wider public information campaign will be rolled out – insisting the government had a “clear plan to contain, delay, research and mitigate” the coronavirus outbreak.
The trial of the brother of the Manchester bomber, Salman Abedi has heard detailed evidence of his movements in the weeks before the attacks.
He was known as the hero of the 1958 Munich air disaster. After the plane carrying the Manchester United team crashed on take off, goalkeeper Harry Gregg returned twice to the burning fuselage to drag Bobby Charlton and other teammates and strangers to safety.