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Assaults on prison staff increased by 247% in past decade, official figures show
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.
Deaths above average in three quarters of neighbourhoods in England and Wales, figures show
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.
Forecasters warn of flooding as storms and torrential downpours move in
Storms and torrential downpours could bring flooding across parts of southern England and Wales, forecasters have warned.
Infection rates rise across most of UK – but ‘possible signs’ of slowing in England
Infection rates have continued to rise across England, Wales and Northern Ireland – but dropped in Scotland, according to the latest estimates.
Double jabbed in Wales won’t have to self-isolate from 7 August – nine days earlier than in England
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.
‘Pingdemic’ record numbers as 689,313 alerts sent from NHS app in a week
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 amber list EU and US countries won’t have to quarantine on arrival from Monday
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.
Welsh slate mines join Grand Canyon, Taj Mahal and Great Wall of China as World Heritage Sites
An area of northwest Wales famed for its slate mines has been awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO.
Police Federation to write to PM criticising pay freeze and new Beating Crime Plan
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.
Police Federation no longer has confidence in home secretary, calling pay freeze ‘final straw’
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”.
Government ‘very concerned’ as more than 600,000 pinged by NHS COVID app in a week
A record 618,903 people in England and Wales were pinged by the NHS COVID-19 app in a week, latest figures show.
Temperatures in England and Wales peak above 30C – and the heatwave is sticking around
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.
Wales eases COVID rules – but full unlocking still weeks away despite lowest case rate in UK
Wales has further eased coronavirus restrictions, with up to six people now allowed to meet inside homes or holiday accommodation.
Wales knocked out of Euro 2020 after 4-0 defeat to Denmark
Wales have missed out on a place in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals after a 4-0 defeat to Denmark.
Outdoor civil weddings and partnerships given green light under new rule
Outdoor civil weddings will become legal in England and Wales for the first time from next month.
Wales through to knockout stage of Euros – despite Italy loss
Wales have made it through to the knockout stages of Euro 2020 on goal difference – despite losing 1-0 to Italy.
Wales to delay easing of lockdown restrictions for further four weeks
Wales is delaying further easing of coronavirus restrictions for four weeks after seeing a spike in cases of the Delta variant.
Wales beat Turkey 2-0 in vital Euro 2020 win despite Bale penalty miss
Wales have beaten Turkey 2-0 in their second game at Euro 2020 thanks to goals by Aaron Ramsey and Connor Roberts.
Wales come from behind to draw first match of Euros
Wales have drawn their opening match of the European Championships, coming from behind to finish 1-1 against Switzerland.
Hundreds of Wales fans travel to amber-list Azerbaijan to watch team’s Euro 2020 opener
Wales kick off their Euro 2020 campaign against Switzerland this afternoon with captain Gareth Bale hoping to end his international goal drought.
Two cases of monkeypox virus found in Wales
Two cases of monkeypox have been reported in north Wales, health officials have said.
The importance of black history – and why children need more diverse lessons
The new curriculum in Wales will make black history a mandatory part of education. It is the first of the four nations to take this step.
Charles shows how to drink a pint with a mask on – at the Prince of Wales pub
Prince Charles has tried his hand at bar work as he and the Duchess of Cornwall visited one of the many UK pubs sharing his title.
Thousands of British tourists jet off but some ignore advice to avoid amber list countries
Thousands of British holidaymakers have started to fly out the country – with some heading to amber list destinations – as the ban on overseas leisure travel is lifted in England, Wales and most of Scotland.
PM invites devolved leaders to Union summit – as he hails ‘Team UK’
The prime minister has called a summit with the leaders of the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, saying the UK is “best served when we work together”.
Labour remains in power in Wales after winning working Senedd majority
Labour will remain in power in Wales after winning a working majority in the Senedd.
Alcohol deaths highest for 20 years in England and Wales, new data shows
Alcohol misuse killed more people last year in England and Wales than in any of the previous 20 years, according to official data.
Wales to further relax COVID restrictions as infection rate continues to fall
Coronavirus restrictions in Wales are to be further relaxed from Saturday with six people from different households able to meet outdoors.
Which regions saw footfall return closest to pre-pandemic levels as COVID lockdowns eased?
Shoppers have been flocking back to high streets and other retail destinations in some parts of the country more than others as lockdown rules were eased in England and Wales.