A man who denied he was running a Japanese restaurant from his home, despite neighbours’ complaints and a large illuminated sign hanging above his front door, is reportedly trading during lockdown.
Firefighters have rescued three people from a blaze at a block of flats in east London.
Three pro-democracy politicians were ejected from Hong Kong’s legislative chamber on Thursday morning, disrupting the start of a second day of debate on a contentious bill that would criminalise insulting or abusing the Chinese national anthem.
Dozens of travel companies have called on the Home Secretary to scrap plans to impose a mandatory 14-day quarantine on people arriving in the UK due to the coronavirus.
South Korea has reported its biggest jump in coronavirus cases in more than 50 days, a huge setback that could erase some of its hard-won gains.
There are two distinct divisions in the nation’s front pages on Thursday, with several continuing the pressure over the Cummings affair, and others turning their focus elsewhere.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing is cutting more than 12,000 US jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry, with more cuts expected.
NHS Providers chief executive Chris Hopson has warned “very key bits” of the Government’s test and trace strategy are not yet in place as the scheme is set to begin.
Cannabis was by far and away the most common substance involved in drugs offences at schools in the last four years, according to the 21 police forces in England and Wales with relevant information.
Children as young as nine have been caught with drugs on school premises – with overall numbers of incidents increasing by more than a quarter in four years, an investigation has found.