The Prince of Wales paid tribute to RAF cadets who continued their training during the coronavirus pandemic as he attended a socially distanced graduation ceremony.
Here is Thursday’s update of the rolling seven-day rate of new cases of Covid-19 for every local authority in England.
A ruthless Iowa meth kingpin who killed five people, including two young girls, in 1993 in a bid to thwart his prosecution for drug trafficking is to become the third federal inmate to be executed this week.
Former Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke agreed to pay a woman £5,000 after allegedly sexually assaulting her, withdrawing the money in small amounts to prevent his wife from finding out, a court heard.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has vowed to make up for lost time as he targets a second double-century of goals.
Blackburn boss Tony Mowbray has hinted at giving youth a chance against Reading after Rovers’ play-off hopes were brought to an end by defeat at Millwall in midweek.
During the coronavirus pandemic Wales gave England more than 10 million items of personal protective equipment, the country’s health minister has revealed.
Women’s Super League champions Chelsea have completed a double swoop of end of season awards as manager Emma Hayes and striker Beth England were honoured.
A patient-safety expert and senior Obama-era US public health official has said the UK missed “a jewel” by ignoring GP practices when developing Covid-19 track and trace strategies.
Erwin Mulder will again deputise in goal for Swansea’s Sky Bet Championship home game against Bristol City.