Rising coronavirus cases in a small number of areas in England has led the deputy chief medical officer to warn: “Don’t wreck this now.”
The UK has reported another 345 coronavirus deaths and 8,523 new cases, while more than 19 million people have now had their first vaccine dose.
Vaccinating people based on their age and not their profession is “the moral thing to do”, according to Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
Coronavirus infection rates in the community have continued to fall further across the UK, according to the latest figures.
Uncertainty around the future of the Northern Ireland protocol has seen the construction of purpose-built inspection facilities at ports halted.
Alex Salmond has said he has “no doubt” Nicola Sturgeon broke the ministerial code, but did not call for her resignation.
Wales manager and former Manchester United star Ryan Giggs has had his bail extended after he was arrested on suspicion of assault.
Lewis Hamilton has urged people who supported the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement for racial equality to “keep pushing” for “true change”.
Prince Harry has revealed he stepped back from his royal duties because the British press was “toxic” and was “destroying” his mental health.
Getting the vaccine is for many a lifesaver.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of damaging Scotland’s institutions to “save her own skin”.
More than 18.6 million people have now had their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in the UK, and second jabs have hit 700,000.
The UK’s COVID-19 alert level has been downgraded as the threat of the NHS being overwhelmed recedes.
The UK introduced a COVID alert level system in May 2020 to reflect the degree of threat to the country from the virus.
The 15 areas of England to have vaccinated the lowest proportion of adults against COVID-19 are all in London.
Police have handed out nearly 70,000 fines to people for breaching COVID-19 lockdown rules since they came into force, with more than 6,000 issued in a single week, new data shows.
Actor Ronald Pickup, who appeared in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel films and The Crown, has died at the age of 80.
Veteran environmental activist Swampy has left an anti-HS2 demonstration in a network of tunnels beneath central London, leaving just one protester left.
Allowing teachers to award grades to pupils this summer is “as good a compromise as we can come to” following the cancellation of formal exams, Boris Johnson has said.
Last month had the highest January mortality rate in England since 2002, according to new data.
More than 18 million people have now received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in the UK.
England’s deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has appeared on Sky News to answer some questions from the public on the coronavirus crisis.
A parish council that went viral after a Zoom meeting descended into chaos could be scrapped.
Vaccine passports could make it possible for sports fans to watch the events they love this summer, the boss of Silverstone race track has said.
An advertising blitz has been launched to encourage people to keep staying at home until COVID-19 restrictions can be lifted.
An aspiring rapper accused of plotting a terrorist attack using a gladiator-style sword founded an agricultural charity and was studying Alan Titchmarsh gardening videos, he has told a jury.
Two so-called zombie knives and two Rambo-style blades were found at the scene of an attack on a 16-year-old boy, police have said.
Five police officers are being investigated for alleged manslaughter after a 24-year-old man died following his arrest in Milton Keynes.
Sky News has been named News Channel of the Year at the Royal Television Society awards.
The on-off appearance of Alex Salmond before a Scottish parliament inquiry is back on.