More than 17 million people in the UK have now received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while the number of deaths has surpassed 120,000.
The Prince of Wales has visited his father, the Duke of Edinburgh, at King Edward VII’s hospital in London.
The prime minister is still aiming to reopen all schools in England next month despite concerns from teachers and scientists.
Shellfish workers in Cornwall say some are at risk of losing their homes because of an overnight ban on exporting their product to the EU.
Weather warnings are in place for several parts of Britain as heavy rains could bring flooding and travel disruptions across the weekend.
A rare cactus from the Amazon rainforest has flowered for the first time in the UK – and for one night only.
A 21-year-old Briton has become the youngest woman to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
Care home residents in England will be able to hold hands with one named visitor starting from 8 March, the government has announced.
Care home residents will be allowed to have a regular indoor visitor from 8 March as part of the government’s plan to ease lockdown in England.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have named their son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank.
The Duke of Edinburgh is likely to stay in hospital over the weekend and into next week for rest and observation, Sky News understands.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have told the Queen they will not return as working members of the Royal Family.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are stepping away from the working Royal Family for good.
A woman hosting a party in breach of coronavirus rules answered the door to police in her dressing gown – only to be caught out by her earrings and fake eyelashes.
Heavy rainfall could bring flooding and travel disruption to parts of the UK over the weekend, the Met Office has warned.
Around 2.3 tonnes of cocaine worth £184m has been found hidden in a shipment of bananas from Colombia.
The Oxford vaccine is more effective when doses are delivered three months apart rather than six weeks, a new study has confirmed.
We are all asking the question when are we going to get vaccinated, but the key question is when is everyone else?
A significantly smaller proportion of black people in England aged 70 and over have been given the COVID-19 vaccine compared to other ethnic groups.
Long-term complications from COVID-19 are likely to put “significant strain” on the NHS in the coming years, as they become increasingly common across all age groups, scientists have warned.
The UK has reported another 454 coronavirus deaths and 12,057 further cases, while more than 16.4 million have now received their first vaccine dose.
The government has defended an “amazingly cringe” lockdown advert after it was widely criticised online.
A man wanted by police handed himself in so he wouldn’t have to spend more time in lockdown with the people he lived with.
Northern Ireland’s lockdown will be extended to 1 April but some children will return to school earlier, First Minister Arlene Foster has confirmed.
A referee who squared up to a footballer during a game has been taken off officiating duties this weekend – even as the player involved forgave him.
The body of a woman has been found after a house collapsed near Bury following reports of an explosion.
Surge testing is to begin in an area of Leeds as authorities attempt to control the potential spread of the South African COVID-19 variant after more cases were found.
The UK has imposed sanctions on three Myanmar generals for human rights violations following this month’s military coup in the country.
Sir Keir Starmer has set out his vision for a post-coronavirus Britain, declaring: “We can’t return to business as usual.”
A yoga teacher has picked up students from around the world after spending the last year teaching online from the confines of her narrowboat home.