BAFTA has defended its decision to present Noel Clarke with its outstanding British contribution to cinema award – and said calls for board resignations are inappropriate.
The UK is sending two Royal Navy ships to Jersey “as a precaution” after threats of a French blockade of the island’s main port over a post-Brexit fishing row.
A police officer accused of murdering Dalian Atkinson said the ex-footballer threatened to take him “to the gates of hell”, a court has heard.
Chelsea have beaten Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final, setting up an all-English final against Manchester City.
Police have appealed for help in finding those responsible for pulling a sock over the head of a swan, potentially endangering its life.
Raheem Sterling has been racially abused online less than 48 hours after football’s social media boycott ended.
The local elections on “super Thursday” will be a big test for the main parties, with Boris Johnson hoping the Conservatives get a COVID vaccine bounce, and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer aiming to improve on his party’s dismal showing in the 2019 general election.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has received a personal apology from Manchester United’s owners over the controversial plans to set up a breakaway European Super League.
G7 foreign ministers have hit out at China and Russia – but failed to establish any concrete actions against them.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have launched their own YouTube channel with a slick promotional video.
A member of the American family that owns Manchester United has refused to apologise to fans over the disastrous attempt to form a breakaway European Super League.
Former Premier League striker Dalian Atkinson “appeared to be making a growling sound” and was “unresponsive” after being arrested, a court has heard.
Colleagues of murdered PCSO Julia James have warned the public to be “very safe and very careful” as candles were lit in her memory.
Noel Clarke’s Kidulthood co-star Adam Deacon has alleged he was a victim of the actor for 15 years, saying the star sabotaged his career and that his “gaslighting” led to “the complete breakdown” of his mental health.
Harry Redknapp is set to swap the football pitch for Albert Square with a cameo in EastEnders coinciding with the European Championships, it has been confirmed.
Cinema chain Odeon has confirmed plans to open the “vast majority” of its screens in the UK on 17 May as lockdown rules ease.
The UK has reported a further four COVID deaths and 1,946 new cases in the latest 24-hour period, official figures show.
In a few days, voters will go to the polls for the first time since Labour’s red wall turned blue in a bumper set of local and mayoral elections.
A man has been charged with throwing fireworks and using threatening behaviour after a group of Manchester United fans protested against the club’s owners.
A brother and sister have been found guilty of manslaughter after feeding kebab meat to a man who was asleep on a train.
Boris Johnson has said there is a “good chance” the one-metre plus social distancing rule can be scrapped from 21 June.
Manchester United have denied staff allowed fans onto the Old Trafford pitch during Sunday’s protests, saying demonstrators broke through barriers, climbed gates and smashed the door of a disability access lift.
The UK has reported one COVID death in its daily figures, while more than 50 million vaccine doses have now been delivered.
Premier League clubs will be required to sign up to a new Owners’ Charter with “significant sanctions” for breaches of rules in the wake of the proposed breakaway European Super League.
Dominic Raab has said Russia’s behaviour “has got to change” in order to improve relations with the UK ahead of discussions between G7 foreign ministers.
The EU plans on opening up to foreign tourists this summer – including Britons – but some MPs want restrictions to remain on travelling abroad due to the risk of COVID-19 variants.
British tourists could be welcomed back to the Balearic Islands as soon as this month, according to a senior Spanish official.
Strong winds could bring disruption to parts of the UK with forecasters warning of gusts of up to 65mph.
NHS England has urged Instagram to stop users selling a “dangerous” unlicensed weight-gain drug.
The legal limit on the number of mourners at funerals will be lifted on 17 May, the government has confirmed.