England’s progress to the Euro 2020 final caused a “significant risk to public health across the UK”, according to scientists from Public Health England (PHE).
The number of people who tested positive for coronavirus in England went up 6% last week, following two weeks of decline, latest figures reveal.
Nando’s has been forced to temporarily close around 50 restaurants after suffering chicken shortages due to supply chain disruptions across England, Wales, and Scotland.
All 16 and 17-year-olds in England will be offered their first coronavirus vaccine by 23 August so they can build maximum immunity before returning to school, the health secretary has said.
The Ministry of Justice’s own data shows assaults on prison staff in England and Wales have increased by 247% in the past decade, a report has found.
Almost 14 million people could be on the NHS waiting list in England by next autumn, new analysis suggests.
People in England feel alienated from the “Westminster machine” because they feel they are “not being heard”, the Bishop of Burnley has told Sky News.
Fully vaccinated travellers and under 18s arriving in England from France will no longer need to isolate, while India is coming off the red list.
More than three quarters of the neighbourhoods in England and Wales registered higher excess deaths than the five-year average in the year leading up to March 2021, Sky News analysis has found.
Storms and torrential downpours could bring flooding across parts of southern England and Wales, forecasters have warned.
Two women have been seriously injured after being struck by a falling oak tree as Storm Evert continues to batter the South East of England.
Infection rates have continued to rise across England, Wales and Northern Ireland – but dropped in Scotland, according to the latest estimates.
A “‘yobbish” former estate agent who assaulted England’s chief medical officer has been handed a suspended jail sentence.
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.
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.
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.
More than one million children in England were away from school for COVID-19-related reasons towards the end of term, according to government figures.
The list of sectors able to avoid quarantine as part of a pilot scheme is being extended – and the number of testing sites across England is being increased.
Boris Johnson will receive a letter from the chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales outlining officers’ fury at a pay freeze and criticising the government’s new Beating Crime Plan.
People in frontline roles such as police, fire and the Border Force, will be able to avoid quarantine – regardless of vaccine status – if they are a close contact of a positive COVID case, as the government expands workplace testing in England.
The so-called “pingdemic” is the result of a “steep” rise in COVID cases, a senior health chief has said – as the estimated number of people with the virus in England hit a six-month high.
The Police Federation of England and Wales says it no longer has confidence in Home Secretary Priti Patel and has branded a pay freeze for officers “the final straw”.
A record 618,903 people in England and Wales were pinged by the NHS COVID-19 app in a week, latest figures show.
A 3% pay rise from the government to NHS workers in England has been heavily criticised as “paltry”, “appalling” and “shambolic” by union leaders.
More than one million children in England were off school last week due to coronavirus-related reasons, official figures show.
England’s coronavirus restrictions have been lifted, almost a month after the easing was postponed.
A minister has told Sky News he is “confident” the government is doing the right thing by lifting almost all coronavirus restrictions in England, as a top World Health Organization (WHO) envoy warned: “This virus hasn’t gone away.”
Business leaders have strengthened their calls for an immediate overhaul of self-isolation rules for double-jabbed people ahead of tomorrow’s final lifting of restrictions across England.
Today is the hottest day of the year so far in England and Wales, with both countries recording temperatures higher than 30C – and the heatwave is set to continue into next week.
People arriving in England from France will still have to quarantine for 10 days on their return – even if they have received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine, the government has announced.