A second wave of coronavirus infections in the UK is “quite a possibility”, according to England’s deputy chief medical officer.
Scientists are warning the UK should be prepared for the worst this winter as a COVID-19 vaccine may not be ready.
The Foreign Office has summoned the Chinese ambassador to make clear the UK’s “deep concern” over the new Hong Kong national security law.
The government needs to decarbonise UK homes if it is serious about a green building programme after the coronavirus outbreak, climate change campaigners have said.
A map has been published that shows where Leicester’s localised lockdown will be in force.
The number of people who have died with coronavirus in the UK has increased by 155, according to government figures.
E-scooters will be allowed on UK roads from Saturday, lifting a nationwide ban.
Airbus is to cut 1,700 jobs in the UK as part of a major restructuring caused by the coronavirus crisis.
Leicester will keep coronavirus restrictions in place as part of the UK’s first localised lockdown.
Greece is extending its ban on UK flights for another two weeks, the country’s prime minister has said.
Britons will be able to go on summer holidays abroad after the government is set to announce people travelling to certain countries will no longer be required to self-isolate for 14 days upon returning to the UK.
Another 186 people have died with coronavirus in the UK – an increase in the daily count of more than a fifth compared to 24 hours earlier.
All four UK nations are continuing to loosen their lockdown measures to allow people more freedom.
The hottest day of the year so far could be recorded three times over this week – and temperatures may get close to 34C (93.2F).
Britain is set to bask in Mediterranean temperatures in the coming days, with London predicted to be hotter than Ibiza.
The number of people in the UK who have died with COVID-19 has risen by 15 to 42,647 - the lowest daily increase since mid-March.
Thousands of protesters have taken part in a fourth weekend of demonstrations across the UK in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Britain looks set to enjoy some scorching weather as it steps into summer, with the hottest day of the year so far forecast next week.
A 13-day-old baby has become one of the youngest people to die with coronavirus in the UK.
Scientists in the UK have discovered a cheap and available treatment for COVID-19 patients.
The prime minister says he believes the UK has “turned the tide” in the fight against coronavirus.
A black officer in the UK has told Sky News her police jacket “feels heavier” after the US killing of George Floyd and the anti-racism protests which followed.
Another 38 coronavirus deaths have been recorded in the UK, the Department of Health has said.
The UK has recorded the lowest number of daily coronavirus deaths since before nationwide lockdown measures were introduced.
Lockdown restrictions are continuing to ease across the UK as the number of coronavirus infections drops.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals in London have said they will remove two statues linked to slavery in response to anti-racism protests across the UK.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said up to 80% of people who test positive for coronavirus in the UK don’t have symptoms.
Coronavirus deaths could have been reduced “by at least half” if the UK had gone into lockdown a week earlier, one of government’s former key advisers has told MPs.
The coronavirus pandemic has now caused thousands of excess deaths across the UK, many as a direct result of COVID-19.
Hundreds of anti-racism protesters kneeled in cities across the UK in honour of George Floyd as demonstrations continue more than two weeks after his death.