Ben Stokes has announced he is to take an “indefinite” break from all forms of cricket to ”prioritise his mental well-being”.
The UK has reported 29,622 new COVID-19 cases and 68 more coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data.
Infection rates have continued to rise across England, Wales and Northern Ireland – but dropped in Scotland, according to the latest estimates.
Five people have been sentenced for their part in a Bristol riot in March this year.
A teenager has admitted stealing lanyards, hi-vis steward jackets, wristbands and other items so that ticketless football fans could get into Wembley Stadium for the Euro 2020 final.
Campaigners have won a High Court battle over Transport Secretary Grant Shapps’s decision to approve a controversial road project which includes a tunnel near Stonehenge.
The Conservatives could be in danger of losing more than a dozen seats in their so-called “blue wall” heartlands, a new poll suggests.
A “‘yobbish” former estate agent who assaulted England’s chief medical officer has been handed a suspended jail sentence.
Human remains found in the search for a missing British hiker have been confirmed as being hers, a charity says.
Scientists advising the government have expressed concerns to ministers about an increase in foreign travel this summer.
Fully vaccinated adults in Wales will no longer have to self-isolate if they are a close contact of someone with coronavirus from 7 August.
The number of new COVID-19 cases recorded in the UK has risen for the second day in a row following seven days of falls, government data shows.
A record 689,313 alerts were sent to users of the NHS COVID-19 app in England and Wales in a week, new figures show.
Workers are still being exploited in Leicester’s textile industry, according to new evidence seen by Sky News.
New changes to the Highway Code will create a “hierarchy of road users” in a bid to boost the safety of pedestrians and cyclists.
A number of Conservative MPs have told Sky News they do not think the government will follow through and actually introduce domestic vaccine passports.
A satanist teenager from Gloucestershire who had downloaded 11 different terrorist manuals has escaped a jail sentence after the judge heard he was on course to get straight As in his A-levels.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has seen a spike in donations after its chief executive defended the charity helping people trying to cross the English Channel.
A Metropolitan Police officer filmed kneeling on the neck of a black man just weeks after the murder of George Floyd in the US should “reflect” on his actions, according to a watchdog.
The government is “increasingly confident” that more countries will soon be added to the amber and green travel lists, Dominic Raab has told Sky News.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of a 17-year-old girl who went missing in 1999.
Wayne Rooney has apologised to his family and Derby County over images that surfaced online of him at a private party.
The number of new COVID-19 cases recorded in the UK has risen after seven consecutive days of falls, according to government data.
Fully vaccinated travellers from the EU and the US will not have to quarantine when arriving in England, Scotland and Wales from an amber list country.
A teenager is appealing to find the strangers who saved him, his younger cousin and his uncle from drowning in the Lake District last week.
Day five brought three more medals for Team GB in Tokyo, with swimmer Tom Dean making history in the pool and Charlotte Dujardin in the dressage.
A woman who stole diamonds worth £4.2m by swapping them for pebbles – in an “audacious” heist likened to a Hollywood movie – has been jailed for five-and-a-half years.
A former Paralympian has been found guilty of causing a public nuisance after supergluing himself to the roof of a British Airways plane.
Heavy downpours, lightning and hailstones “the size of garden peas” have caused disruption across the UK, with more stormy weather set to come.
An area of northwest Wales famed for its slate mines has been awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO.