The man shot dead by police after the stabbing attack in Glasgow has been named as Badreddin Abadlla Adam.
The government is to launch a new taskforce it says will accelerate the delivery of major projects such as new schools, hospitals and roads.
Forecasters have warned temperatures will plummet over the weekend as wind and rain brings the June heatwave to a halt.
The man arrested in connection with the Reading knife attack has been charged with three counts of murder.
Demonstrators marched towards Downing Street on Saturday in support of Black Trans Lives Matter, as annual Pride celebrations were forced to move online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Residents said they were unfazed by illegal block parties after riot police clashed with party-goers at unlicensed music events in northwest London.
Six people have been arrested after police were called to reports of a fight involving a group of males armed with knives in southeast London.
The behaviour of Liverpool fans involved in violent disorder during celebrations of the club’s Premier League title win was “not only irresponsible, but criminal”, Merseyside’s chief constable has said.
Scotland has reported no new deaths of people who had tested positive for coronavirus for the second day in a row.
A stabbing attack at a hotel in Glasgow city centre has left a number of people injured and a police officer in a critical condition.
People covered in blood were carried out of a Glasgow hotel on stretchers after a stabbing attack, eyewitnesses have 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.
NHS England has apologised after Sky News revealed that only 23% of health trusts in England have risk-assessed their BAME staff.
People are “taking too many liberties” as the coronavirus lockdown is eased, Boris Johnson has said after thousands of people flocked to the beaches.
Sky News sports presenter Jacquie Beltrao has announced she has stage three breast cancer.
The three victims of the suspected terrorist attack in Reading each died of a single stab wound, police say.
Around 140 officers have been injured in London in the last three weeks, the Metropolitan Police commissioner has revealed.
A police officer has described the moment he realised a “bloody mess” being dragged behind a car was his colleague PC Andrew Harper.
England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty has issued a stark warning that coronavirus cases will rise again if people do not follow social distancing guidance.
A major incident has been declared in Bournemouth after thousands of people descended on the area’s beaches as temperatures soared.
Driving lessons and theory tests will be able to restart in England from 4 July, the transport secretary has confirmed.
You wait 30 years for another top flight title and when it does come along, it’s in the middle of a worldwide pandemic, eventually sealed by another team playing in an almost empty stadium 220 miles away.
Extra police officers are being deployed across London tonight as further illegal raves, music events and block parties take place, the Metropolitan Police has said.
Liverpool have clinched their first league title in 30 years, putting an end to the nervous wait for glory during the coronavirus pandemic.
It was 28 April, 1989. Player manager Kenny Dalglish embraced his players on the pitch at Anfield having just clinched their 18th league title.
Jeremy Hunt has admitted the government didn’t learn lessons from earlier pandemics when he was health secretary.
Schools are expected to be allowed to expand their pupil “bubbles” to 30 children or more in September, under plans being considered by the government.
From 4 July, social distancing rules in England are being eased. People will be encouraged to stay “one-metre plus” away from others, but continue to remain two metres apart whenever possible.
The man who was responsible for the “white lives matter” banner flown above a football game has been sacked from his job at an engineering firm.