Residents living in Nottingham, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe will face tougher coronavirus restrictions later this week, local leaders say.
More than 50 Tory MPs from “red wall” seats are demanding a “roadmap out of lockdown” from Boris Johnson and a post-COVID economic recovery plan for the north of England.
Ryan Giggs has opened up about being made to feel “different” due to his mixed-race heritage when he moved from Wales to England as a child.
Boris Johnson has admitted he hasn’t spoken to Marcus Rashford since June – but has praised the footballer’s “terrific” food poverty campaign.
A security guard who said he saw the Manchester Arena bomber smiling just before he blew himself up has denied he “fobbed off” a member of the public who reported his suspicions about 15 minutes before the atrocity.
A 22-month-old baby girl in a pushchair has died following a crash involving a car in northwest London.
A former paratrooper has been taken to hospital as a precaution after he jumped without a parachute from a helicopter into the sea during a world record attempt.
The Welsh health minister has said he was “saddened” after a woman was incorrectly told she could not buy sanitary products at a Tesco store due to the firebreak lockdown.
The embattled Welsh first minister – under attack over shops in Wales refusing to sell tampons, books and clothes – has bitterly attacked Boris Johnson over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Heavyweight political figures including the former prime minister David Cameron will this week throw their support behind an initiative aimed at ending the “chronic under-representation” of black people across major British industries.
Seven people have been detained after a suspected hijacking on an oil tanker off the Isle of Wight.
The UK has recorded 19,790 more coronavirus cases and 151 further deaths in the latest 24-hour period, new figures show.
Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton has overtaken Michael Schumacher’s record after winning his 92nd Grand Prix.
Three English Bulldog puppies have been stolen after three men forced their way into a property in Essex and sprayed a woman in the face.
Former Grandstand presenter Frank Bough has died aged 87.
A senior Tory has said the party has to “admit we’ve misunderstood the mood of the country” over the extension of free school meals – adding that the government will probably have to “think again” after voting against the move.
A small 11-year-old boy sits across the table from a social worker who has been called to his school after he said his stepfather was violent towards him.
In South Manchester, just around the corner from where Manchester United star Marcus Rashford grew up, one cafe bar is responding to the call to offer free meals to children and their families who desperately need it.
Contacts of people infected with coronavirus may have to self-isolate for as little as seven days amid concerns about levels of public compliance with the NHS Test and Trace system.
More than a third of doctors believe the government’s three-tier system will have no impact on efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The UK has reported another 174 coronavirus deaths and 23,012 more cases in the latest 24-hour period.
The Welsh government is to review how the ban on supermarkets selling non-essential items is working to make sure “common sense is applied”, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
Eighteen people have been arrested and three police officers injured after anti-lockdown protests in central London.
Boris Johnson failed to reply to a “personal” letter sent by Marcus Rashford in which the footballer asked the prime minister to join a taskforce he created to help tackle child food poverty.
Inspired by footballer Marcus Rashford’s campaign, businesses across the country have pledged to provide free meals for children from families struggling during the pandemic.
People in Scotland are being told to “stay at home” for Halloween and not be “tempted” to hold Bonfire Night parties.
Nineteen people have been arrested in the past fortnight in connection with people smuggling across the English Channel.
All shops selling non-essential items have been ordered to close in Wales after the country entered a 17-day “firebreak” lockdown on Friday.
A 17-year-old boy has died after being found with a stab wound in northeast London.
A woman who lost an eye after a firework exploded in her face has called for a ban on their sale to members of the public – as new figures revealed more than 1,000 emergency incidents involving the explosives were reported in the last three years.