England is set to go into another nationwide lockdown next week as a way of combating a second wave of the coronavirus, according to newspaper reports.
Rescue teams are scouring the debris of eight collapsed buildings in search of survivors after a powerful earthquake struck Turkey’s Aegean coast and the north of the Greek island of Samos, killing at least 28 people.
A Whitehall leak inquiry has been launched after details of the Government’s proposals to introduce tougher coronavirus restrictions next week were reported by newspapers.
A third suspect has been arrested in France following an Islamic extremist knife attack at a church in Nice in which three people were killed.
Volunteers and staff from our NSPCC school service aren’t able to deliver our free Speak Out Stay Safe assemblies in person at the moment, because of restrictions to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
People all over the world have been sharing their best pumpkin efforts for Halloween 2020, with topical satire and artistic genius the order of the day.
A national lockdown would be “absolutely devastating” for the hospitality industry and “resilience is at rock bottom”, businesses leaders have said.
The Scottish Conservatives will lead a parliamentary debate next week calling on the Scottish Government to publish legal advice they received in the Alex Salmond case.
Phil Neville has described Nobby Stiles as a “giant of the game” who “took care of me the way I would want my own son to be treated”.
Family gatherings at Christmas can be made “relatively safe” if coronavirus cases are brought under control with stringent restrictions, a Government scientific adviser has said.