A “hero” father-of-seven has died after rescuing his children when they got into difficulty in the sea.
More hot weather is on the way for large parts of the UK, with temperatures set to reach as high as 36C (96.8F) later this week.
Three burglars with a penchant for designer handbags have been jailed after stealing more than £500,000 worth of luxury goods from the homes of the rich and famous.
Russian hackers stole secret trade deal papers from the email account of former cabinet minister Liam Fox, according to Reuters.
British Vogue editor Edward Enninful is glad he was racially profiled at work because it reminds him never to think of himself as “too successful”.
England footballer Danny Rose has claimed he is regularly stopped by police in his hometown – and was breathalysed after being approached by officers in a car park last week.
A young offender has been found guilty of murder after he stabbed another teenager to death at a knife awareness course.
Tests are being carried out at sewage plants across England as the government tries to get a “head start” on where new coronavirus outbreaks may happen.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has dismissed “inaccurate” reports that millions more people over the age of 50 will be asked to stay at home in the event of a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Hays Travel is to cut up to 878 jobs from a workforce of 4,500, the firm has announced.
A Conservative MP arrested over allegations of rape will not be suspended from the party while police investigate.
A major incident has been declared in Greater Manchester amid a rise in coronavirus infection rates.
Delphside Road is a quiet residential street in Wigan that’s now divided by new restrictions.
Government plans to delay COVID-19 testing for all residents and staff at care homes until early September have been described as “an absolute kick in the teeth”.
A dangerous driver who rang 999 during a police pursuit and ordered the officers to stop following him could be facing jail.
The government is adamant schools will be safe to open in September, amid claims it has not given enough clarity to teachers over new procedures to combat the spread of coronavirus.
A man has died after getting into difficulty in the sea in North Wales.
A teenager has been charged with murder after a 17-year-old boy was stabbed to death in Manchester.
A cluster of 13 coronavirus cases has been linked to a bar in Aberdeen.
Millions of over 50s could be told to stay at home under a “nuclear” option to prevent a new nationwide lockdown if there is a second wave of coronavirus.
Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth has said it is a “national priority” to get children back into the classroom, after scientists warned there may have to be trade-offs for schools to reopen.
The coastguard recorded its busiest day for more than four years on Friday.
A former Tory minister has been arrested on suspicion of rape.
A group of people stopped traffic in south London as hundreds of others celebrated the end of slavery in British colonies.
Arsenal beat London rivals Chelsea to win the FA Cup inside an almost empty Wembley Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Police searching for a teenager who went missing in a lake near Lakeside Shopping Centre have found a body.
Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a racially aggravated attack on an NHS worker in Bristol.
A 65-year-old woman has been seriously injured after slipping off a cliff edge and falling 60ft.
Former EastEnders star Dame Barbara Windsor has been placed in full-time residential care after her Alzheimer’s worsened during lockdown.
French officials have been urged to take a tougher stance on migrants, after a record week of Channel crossings.