The UK could open up “sooner rather than later” thanks to the huge numbers of people being vaccinated – and the country is not experiencing a third wave of infections, a vaccine expert has told Sky News.
Anyone found sleeping overnight on Bournemouth beach risks prosecution, a £1,000 fine and an “uncomfortable night’s sleep” at the hands of council wardens, the local authority has warned.
Outdoor civil weddings will become legal in England and Wales for the first time from next month.
Wales have made it through to the knockout stages of Euro 2020 on goal difference – despite losing 1-0 to Italy.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has created new roles for Sir Patrick Vallance and established new science units, in a bid to make the UK a so-called “science superpower”.
To lose one leader may be regarded as misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness – I’m sure Oscar Wilde will forgive me for plagiarising him.
A 52-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after two bodies were found at a property in Hampshire.
Another 9,284 coronavirus cases and six more deaths have been reported in the UK, according to official daily figures.
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has said Scotland’s imposition of a travel ban to the northwest of England is “unnecessary”, accusing its government of “hypocrisy”.
A 20-year-old man whose e-scooter was involved in a crash with a car has died in hospital.
The government is considering dropping forced self-isolation for those who have had two coronavirus jabs, Sky News understands.
The UK has reported 10,321 new coronavirus cases and 14 more deaths, according to official daily figures.
The Queen has arrived at Royal Ascot, attending the famous Berkshire meet for the first time since 2019.
Bodies of a man and woman have been found within hours of each other in fields near a village in Derbyshire.
Former Conservative MP and Commons Speaker John Bercow says he has switched allegiances to join the Labour Party.
Stadiums and football grounds across London have been transformed into vaccination centres in a push to vaccinate as many people as possible against the coronavirus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under pressure to abandon planning reforms after Conservatives at national and local level blamed them for the party’s shock defeat in the Chesham and Amersham by-election.
There was a euphoric atmosphere at Download Festival’s first day in Leicestershire – despite the wet weather.
Morrisons has rejected a takeover bid from a private equity firm, saying the £5.5bn value “significantly undervalued” the supermarket chain.
The weather remains a little mixed over the next few days, with the brighter skies more likely in the North and West.
The UK’s longest-known coronavirus patient has died after choosing to withdraw from treatment, his wife said.
Fans have been arriving at Wembley ahead of tonight’s much-anticipated match between England and Scotland – after hundreds of the Tartan Army partied in London this afternoon.
The Delta variant now accounts for almost all of the UK’s coronavirus cases, according to Public Health England.
England and Scotland battled out a 0-0 draw at a rain-soaked Wembley in their eagerly anticipated Euro 2020 group game.
A Tory MP faces trial accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 2008.
Schools and universities are the most common setting for COVID-19 outbreaks, according to the latest report from Public Health England (PHE).
Rebekah Vardy benefited financially after leaking stories about Coleen Rooney to The Sun by receiving a split of commission and revenue, the High Court has heard.
The UK has recorded another 10,476 coronavirus infections and a further 11 deaths in the latest 24-hour period.
Boris Johnson says “sensible accommodations” can be made amid government talks with UEFA over whether VIPs and foreign fans will get special access to England for key Euro 2020 matches.
Italy is introducing a mandatory five-day quarantine for visitors from Britain from Monday amid growing concerns over the Delta coronavirus variant.