Scotland’s route out of lockdown will come in stages, with the country’s stay-at-home order set to end on 5 April, followed weeks later by a return to a system of levels.
Alex Salmond will not now appear before a Holyrood committee on Wednesday after some of his evidence in a dispute with the devolved administration and the SNP was redacted from the parliament’s website.
TV environmentalist and campaigner Sir David Attenborough has issued a grim warning to world leaders on climate change: “It’s already too late.”
Eighteen people have been rescued from the back of a refrigerated lorry at the Haddon services on the A1M near Peterborough.
Police “dragged their feet” in introducing technology that would have helped them communicate with the other emergency services on the night of the Manchester Arena attack, the inquiry has heard.
Prince Edward has said the Royal Family are keeping their “fingers crossed” but that his father, the Duke of Edinburgh, is “a lot better” a week after he was admitted to hospital.
Jo Whiley’s sister Frances has left hospital and is isolating with her parents at their home after the family’s coronavirus “nightmare”.
Ellie Goulding is expecting her first child with art dealer husband Caspar Jopling.
Nearly 18 million people have now had their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in the UK, while another 548 deaths have been reported.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is “very optimistic” that he will be able to remove all coronavirus restrictions in England by 21 June under his four-stage plan for lifting lockdown.
The prime minister has said England is going to start “reclaiming our freedoms” – with all legal limits on people’s social contact set to end by 21 June.
The route out of lockdown has been decided and parts of life could start to feel a bit more normal – but when and how is it all going to happen?
The travel and aviation sectors have been among the hardest-hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Fans may be able to return to sporting events from 17 May, meaning the final weekend of the Premier League season looks like it could be played in front of supporters.
Boris Johnson has unveiled long-awaited plans that set out how lockdown measures will be eased in England.
Vaccine and testing certificates could be used in England to enable the economy to fully reopen and international travel to go ahead, the government has suggested.
Lockdown has been grim but Leicester has been in a suspended animation of near constant restrictions since the beginning of the pandemic.
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Another 178 coronavirus-related deaths and 10,641 new cases have been recorded, while the number of people to have received a first jab has now passed 17.7 million.
Boris Johnson has revealed his four steps to easing England’s lockdown for different parts of society and the economy.
The first dose of a COVID vaccine appears to reduce your chances of transmitting the disease by “about two-thirds”, the health secretary has told Sky News.
Another 215 COVID-19 deaths and 9,834 cases have been recorded in the UK, while the number of people to have received a first vaccine dose has now surpassed 17.5 million.
There is a “value” in giving COVID jabs to children, the health secretary has told Sky News – as a leading scientist said the UK’s vaccine rollout should turn to younger age groups “as fast as we can”.
The family of a school worker who died after contracting COVID-19 say that teachers and other staff must be vaccinated before students return to the classroom.
A four-year-old girl is among three people who have died following a fire at a house in Exeter, police have said.
A teenager who was stabbed to death in northwest London is believed to have first had a car driven at him and then been chased by four people before the fatal attack, police have said.
A major incident was declared after more than 120 firefighters were called to tackle a huge fire at a three-storey warehouse in Manchester.
A 14-year-old girl has told Sky News she feels “blessed to have a second chance at life” after having a heart transplant using a donor organ that had started beating again thanks to a new machine.
Outdoor learning centres have warned they could be “lost forever” if they aren’t included on Boris Johnson’s roadmap to reopen from England’s latest lockdown.
The current lockdown “has been one of the most painful for the most people” and the COVID crisis has “stripped the paper off the cracks” in society, the Archbishop of Canterbury has told Sky News.