The youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing could have survived if she had received faster medical treatment from paramedics, the inquiry has heard.
MPs have backed a motion calling for the upcoming cut in Universal Credit to be scrapped, with nearly all Conservative MPs abstaining.
The UK currently has the highest daily death rate in the world, according to figures collated by an Oxford University research platform.
Four million people have now received a coronavirus jab, the prime minister has revealed, as he warned the public there will be no “open sesame” of lockdown easing.
Pensioners who today joined more than four million Britons who have now received their first coronavirus vaccine dose have described the experience as “quite pleasant” and a reason to feel “more positive about the future”.
The Met Office has warned of “danger to life” from floods, gales and snow as Storm Christoph heads to the UK.
Claims of widespread corruption and fraud involving millions of pounds of public money are being investigated on the British Virgin Islands.
Harry Dunn’s mother has made an emotional appeal to president-elect Joe Biden, pleading with him to review her son’s case.
Two teenage climate activists are more than a week into a hunger strike in protest against the opening of a new coal mine.
The home secretary has said experts are working “flat out” to fix the problems caused by the accidental deletion of hundreds of thousands of police records.
Ten new vaccination centres are due to open in England on Monday as the drive continues to protect the population against COVID-19.
Three out of four paramedics say they are at “breaking point” as they describe how patients are dying while waiting for ambulances, a new study suggests.
A further 671 coronavirus deaths have been reported in the UK, government figures show.
Nearly a third of COVID-19 patients who needed hospital treatment were readmitted within 140 days, a study suggests.
More than half of over-80s have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, as the government has revealed that 140 jabs are being given out a minute.
Dozens of fines have been handed out to COVID-19 lockdown breakers across the UK – including one for a man who was caught driving 100 miles to get a McDonald’s meal.
Controversial monuments should be “contexualised” and “explained” rather than “taken and hidden away”, the communities secretary has said.
Denise Van Outen has dislocated her shoulder after falling during rehearsals just hours ahead of the launch show of Dancing On Ice.
All UK adults should be offered the first dose of a COVID vaccine by September – with the hope some restrictions can be lifted by March, Dominic Raab has told Sky News.
Prince William has said he is “very proud” of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh for getting their coronavirus vaccinations.
More than 3.5 million people in the UK have vaccinated against coronavirus in the UK – more than the number of people who have tested positive for the virus, latest government figures show.
Salisbury Cathedral was a mere new-build when people came to pray for deliverance from the Black Death.
Local authorities are losing tens of millions of pounds supporting struggling business tenants through the pandemic which could have dire and long-lasting consequences for local services, Sky News has found.
Medics are calling for emergency legislation to protect them from “inappropriate” legal action over COVID-19 treatment decisions made under pressure of the pandemic.
Engineers are working to restore hundreds of thousands of police records that were accidentally deleted from the national database, the Home Office has said.
The family of a two-week-old girl who died in hospital say she “melted the hearts of everyone who met her” after a man was arrested on suspicion of her murder.
Dog walkers are increasingly being targeted by violent criminals intent on stealing their high value pets to sell on for profit.
Actor Laurence Fox has been criticised after posting a photo of himself wearing a mask exemption badge which he says he bought online.
The second of two new coronavirus variants from Brazil is likely to already be in the UK despite the government imposing a travel ban, a leading epidemiologist has warned.
David Parrott is just 19 years old and he sits in isolation wearing an oxygen mask that help his COVID-ravaged lungs to breathe.