The UK Government should allow women in Northern Ireland to take abortion pills at home during the coronavirus pandemic, campaigners said.
Virginia Giuffre, who alleges she had sex with the Duke of York, has revealed she is being tested for Covid-19 after displaying virus symptoms.
Boris Johnson is a “fighter” who is “receiving the very best care” and remains in good spirits after spending the night in intensive care, Dominic Raab has said.
Stormont’s agriculture minister Edwin Poots has said the UK Government will need to “step up” to help Northern Ireland’s farming industry.
Google has updated the face recognition feature on its Pixel 4 smartphone so that it no longer unlocks when the user’s eyes are closed.
A man has been charged with allegedly importing firearms after organised crime police seized stun guns and other weapons.
Releasing young adults who no longer live with their parents could provide the first step out of lockdown, researchers say.
Stress levels and genetics may partly explain why some people who test positive for coronavirus are able to beat the disease more effectively than others.
Lancashire are not planning to furlough their players as it would prevent them having access to staff helping them prepare for action later this summer.
NHS Nightingale Hospital North West in Manchester will be equipped and staffed to receive up to 750 coronavirus patients from across the region within the next week, say health bosses.
The Olympic qualification period has been halted, World Athletics has announced.
Extra funding worth £5.5 million has been announced to help pharmacies stay open during the coronavirus epidemic, as their workloads have nearly doubled.
Skoda has taken its first electric car off sale in the UK after running out of allocation.
FIFA says it will seek further information from the United States Department of Justice regarding allegations of bribery in relation to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
A Church of Scotland minster is offering online memorial services in place of public funerals due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continued on Tuesday.
New York City’s death toll from coronavirus has officially eclipsed the number of those killed at the World Trade Centre on September 11, health officials said.
A boy who dreams of joining the police when he grows up was over the moon when officers sang happy birthday to him from outside his house as he turned five.
The Scottish Police Federation (SPF) has said a “rethink” of policing is needed as it set up an expert panel to provide advice on the risks coronavirus poses to officers.
More than 2,000 student nurses have volunteered to support the coronavirus response, Scotland’s chief nursing officer (CNO) has said, while hundreds of doctors are graduating early to join the NHS.
St Mirren have furloughed their entire playing squad and most other employees.
The Scotland Yard detective credited with bringing the notorious Kray twins to justice has died at the age of 95, his family said.
Facebook has launched a new gaming feature in the UK which allows players to organise and run video game tournaments from the social network.
A 93-year-old who lives alone has sent a handwritten thank you to a five-year-old neighbour who wrote to check in on him amid the UK lockdown.
Lorraine Kelly has thanked fans who sent messages of support after she was overcome with emotion after her daughter Rosie appeared on Good Morning Britain live from Singapore.
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham is leaving her post after never holding a single formal press briefing.
Everyone must “step up and share the pain” inflicted on football by the coronavirus pandemic, Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has said.
A bus driver’s widow has claimed he and his colleagues had “no PPE whatsoever”, as a transport minister acknowledged the risks such key workers are facing from coronavirus.
Frontline doctors and nurses are frightened, Stormont’s deputy first minister said.
MSPs have issued a call for views from businesses and staff on how they can be supported during the coronavirus outbreak.