‘We can’t carry on like this’: Home secretary speaks out on ‘cruel’ comments directed at elected representatives
It's rare for the Queen to scrap an engagement so when she does, the immediate question for many here in Britain is: "How serious is it?"
Advising people to work from home is likely to have the most impact on stopping Covid spreading this winter, scientists advising the government say.
Exclusive: chancellor to boost green credentials by hitting environmentally damaging long-haul flights
'Absolutely nothing to indicate’ another lockdown needed, Johnson says, despite concerns from advisers about rising infections
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rejected calls from the government’s own scientific advisors to impose tougher Covid measures under the so-called ‘Plan B’ scheme after infections rose 17.9% in the past seven days.
Joint statement calls for mandatory mask-wearing and attacks government’s ‘laissez-faire approach’
Royal watchers say Buckingham Palace ‘could have handled it differently’ after the news was leaked to a newspaper
Costs were said to have been met by companies involved and similar screenings have happened previously
Survey after Pandora Papers leak finds 90% of Conservative and 85% of Labour voters object
Comments ahead of new guidance ‘simplistic and unhelpful’, say teaching unions
More than 50,000 Covid cases have been recorded in the UK for the first time since 17 July.
Businesses fear new work from home order
Analysis: app falling offline caused frustrated users to be turned away from flights and venues
A MAN has today appeared in court charged with the "terror inspired" murder of Sir David Amess – and plotting terrorist acts for two-and-a-half years.
Nerve disorder Guillain-Barre syndrome added as very rare side effect for AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in UK
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has added a serious nerve disorder as a possible side effect to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after a handful of cases were linked to the jab.
UK & New Zealand agree to free trade deal, overcoming historic Kiwi grudge, but some question whether Britain gets enough from it
The UK has sealed its second post-Brexit free trade deal, deciding to free up commerce with its former colony, New Zealand. Both sides see it as a win-win bargain, though some believe the Pacific nation gains more from it.
UK govt must crack down on apps promoting extremism, Labour leader Starmer says, taking special aim at Telegram
The UK government must do more to crack down on platforms that fail to tackle violent content online, Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said, taking special aim at messenger app Telegram.
Boris Johnson appeared to back idea at PMQs but sources say online harms bill may not include it
Last December, as the first of several worrying Covid-19 variants ripped through the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the unwelcome decision to cancel Christmas plans for millions of Brits.
As he launches a bold new green policy, The Mayor of London talks cars, violent crime and the tragic death of Sir David Amess
Support is growing for plans to build a statue of Sir David Amess in his beloved Southend.
Buckingham Palace says monarch has ‘reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for next few days’
Analysis: a winter plan has been set out but implementing it could be hampered by political squeamishness
The prime minister also said the bill would include criminal sanctions for allowing ‘foul content’ online