A former Royal Marine commando has demanded Boris Johnson “get a grip” on the evacuation effort from Kabul as he warned: “People are going to die.”
The UK should “immediately” release any Afghans it is holding in immigration detention centres and grant all nationals already in the country leave to remain, a human rights organisation has demanded.
A London family who travelled to Afghanistan for a wedding this summer has spoken of their nightmare of being stranded in Kabul.
A British student who went to Afghanistan on holiday has been evacuated to Dubai after he was forced into hiding following the Taliban takeover of the country.
Nando’s has been forced to temporarily close around 50 restaurants after suffering chicken shortages due to supply chain disruptions across England, Wales, and Scotland.
The 2022 London Marathon will take in place in October instead of April for the third successive year.
An alpaca whose life hangs in the balance will live another day after an urgent High Court hearing was adjourned.
Sir Keir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab of being “missing in action” as Afghanistan collapsed to Taliban control – while the Labour leader also admitted he had been left “deeply concerned” by US President Joe Biden’s response to the crisis.
A child has been taken to hospital by air ambulance following a collision between a car and pedestrians, Sussex Police have said.
The Plymouth shootings may be reclassified as a terror attack, according to Devon and Cornwall Police.
Boris Johnson is set to announce a bespoke resettlement scheme for those “most in need” in Afghanistan following the Taliban’s dramatic takeover of the country, Downing Street has said.
Prince Harry has encouraged military veterans to “offer support for one another” amid the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
A former British soldier who lost both his legs in Afghanistan says it’s “heartbreaking and devastating to see the country I fought in and fought for just go up in smoke”, following the takeover by the Taliban.
A one-minute silence has been held in Plymouth to remember those killed in last week’s mass shooting.
Police are searching for a man whose 50-year-old wife was found dead at a property in Leeds.
Alleged homophobic chanting aimed at Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmour by Liverpool fans during the opening weekend of the new Premier League season has been condemned by Kick It Out.
The UK has recorded 28,438 new COVID cases and 26 more coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data.
British forces going back to Afghanistan is “not on the cards”, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has told Sky News.
The widow of Stephen Washington, one of the victims of the Plymouth shootings, has paid tribute to her “soulmate”.
Another 26,750 COVID cases have been reported in the UK, according to the government’s latest daily figures.
Boris Johnson has said the West needs to work collectively to ensure Afghanistan doesn’t again become a “breeding ground for terror”.
A cat’s meowing led to an 83-year-old woman being rescued after she plunged 70ft down an embankment.
One of Banksy’s latest ‘Spraycation’ murals has been defaced in Suffolk, with the local council “appalled” over the vandalism.
All 16 and 17-year-olds in England will be offered their first coronavirus vaccine by 23 August so they can build maximum immunity before returning to school, the health secretary has said.
A prison nurse who set up the UK’s first ever colposcopy unit behind bars could be named nurse of the year after giving up her retirement to protect inmates during the pandemic.
Schoolchildren will be offered lessons on consent following the murder of Sarah Everard at the hands of a police officer in March.
Esther Dingley’s partner has praised the French and Spanish police teams who searched for the climber after she went missing in the Pyrenees.
Joanna Lumley has called on the government to meet the “brave and loyal” Gurkha veterans who are currently on hunger strike opposite Downing Street over their pensions.
The UK has recorded another 29,520 coronavirus cases, according to the latest daily figures.
The home secretary has described the Plymouth shootings as “tragic beyond words”, as questions are raised over why the man responsible was allowed to have a gun.