Police are investigating whether criminal charges should be brought against a hospital trust where hundreds of cases of poor maternity care are being examined, including allegedly avoidable deaths of babies and mothers.
The UK economy is on course for a V-shaped recovery from the coronavirus crisis though the risk of a prolonged period of unemployment remains, according to the Bank of England’s chief economist.
A four-year-old girl has died in hospital after she and a 35-year-old woman were found injured in a home in south London.
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.
The prime minister has not ruled out raising taxes to pay for his multibillion-pound coronavirus recovery plan.
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.
A welder died from consuming too much caffeine, an inquest has heard.
Ministers will change the law in order to enforce the local coronavirus lockdown in Leicester, the health secretary has told Sky News.
Leicester will keep coronavirus restrictions in place as part of the UK’s first localised lockdown.
Boris Johnson will attempt to mark a new phase in the coronavirus response on Tuesday by setting out plans for an “infrastructure revolution” to create jobs and stimulate an economic recovery.
Leicester will remain under the current lockdown measures for at least two more weeks as restrictions are relaxed across the rest of England on Saturday.
Scotland has recorded no deaths from coronavirus for the fourth day running, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Greece is extending its ban on UK flights for another two weeks, the country’s prime minister has said.
A 56-year-old man has died after colliding with a cyclist while crossing a road.
It would be a “mistake” to go back to austerity as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the prime minister has said.
Britons are expected to spend £210m in pubs when they reopen in England this weekend.
A mother stabbed in the face by a stranger as she pushed her baby in a pram feared he was going to rape her, a court has heard.
Rangers at the Balmoral Estate have found human waste and wipes near trails as people have been using the grounds as an outdoor toilet.
Some of England’s crumbling schools and colleges are to benefit from a 10-year rebuilding programme under plans to be set out by the prime minister on Monday.
The home secretary has confirmed that Leicester could be the first city to go into a local lockdown, over reports of a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Scotland has reported no new deaths of people who had tested positive for coronavirus for the third day running.
Sky News has obtained images of knifeman Badreddin Abadlla Adam, who stabbed six people, including a police officer, in Glasgow.
Three people have been charged after violent scenes at an unlicensed street party in Brixton, south London.
Police are investigating after former EastEnders star Molly Conlin was allegedly held at knifepoint by robbers who broke into her home.
A missing teenager from Belfast believed to have been found dead in a storm drain has been described as a “natural leader” with a “caring nature” by the principal of his school.
The home secretary has said the behaviour of protesters and partygoers breaking distancing rules is “unacceptable” and warned that anyone assaulting police officers will “face the full force of the law”.
Failing to make up the education time lost as a result of the pandemic will cause social unrest and unprecedented youth violence, a former schools watchdog has warned.
A policeman left in critical condition after responding to a multiple stabbing attack at a Glasgow hotel has spoken of the scene he was first confronted with, saying it “is something I will never forget”.