John Sentamu is expected to get a life peerage imminently, it has emerged, after the Government was accused of “institutional prejudice” over Britain’s first black archbishop not being automatically ennobled.
People will be able to get cash back from many shops without needing to buy anything under proposals to protect the UK’s cash system.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden accepts there is a growing sense of frustration at the ban on live crowds at sporting events, but insists there can be no change until the spread of coronavirus is curbed.
The Government and the Premier League have been urged to stop the “Punch and Judy act” and work together on an EFL bailout.
The 2020-21 National League campaign will get under way on Saturday as planned following confirmation the Government will compensate clubs for essential revenue lost.
Initial investigations have yet to establish how a diplomat found in a forest months after going missing died, an inquest has heard.
Matches in the English men’s professional leagues will welcome paying spectators for the first time since March this weekend as the EFL carries out seven pilot events.
The Government has launched a new data-driven review into the mapping of England’s potholes to help target key areas in need of funding.
The UK government has announced a new consultation into Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) technology which is capable of taking control of a vehicle at low speeds without any input from the driver.
More than 2.6 million motorists had their vehicles tested during June rather than take advantage of the government’s MOT holiday.
Tens of thousands of grieving relatives who have struggled with closing their loved ones’ accounts are calling for an industry-wide standard to make it less bureaucratic and stressful.
More than 350 restaurants, cafes and bars across the north-east will be taking part in the Government's 50% discount scheme.
A North Sea support vessel firm has welcomed a government move to exempt oil workers from quarantine rules.
The Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak.
People working for a wide range of private companies have been standing side-by-side with public sector staff on the front line during the coronavirus outbreak.
Scotland’s leading food sector bodies have welcomed this week’s announcement of the Government furlough scheme extension, which will give struggling businesses “a lifeline”.
The United Kingdom is pulling together as one, with people from all regions and all four nations of the country helping each other through the coronavirus pandemic.
A supermarket giant has said it was working with the Government to help get supplies to those in need.
Councils across the UK are placing different restrictions on the number of mourners allowed to attend funerals amid the coronavirus crisis.
The coronavirus death toll in the UK has reached 281, the Government said.
Coronavirus could see hundreds of fishermen “go bust in the next two weeks” unless there is urgent government intervention, ministers have been warned.
Britons in Spain have been urged by the Foreign Office to return before March 24 when all Spanish hotels close.
Voters will go to the polls today to elect their next government.
Councillors have gone head to head in a long-running row over changes to the state pension age.
A young black man hoping to renew his passport online was stunned when the automated photo checker mistook his lips for an open mouth.
The UK’s data and privacy watchdog is looking into how personal data on the Government’s main website is collected after it was reported the portal is being used to target users in preparation for Brexit.
Ben Fogle has said he will donate his entire salary from a BBC series to subsidise TV licences for over-75s, following plans to strip the concession from millions of pensioners.
The Government is facing calls to take back responsibility for funding free TV licences for the over-75s amid an outcry over plans to strip the concession from millions of pensioners.
According to new figures, 420 letters were sent out across the city – 160 in Aberdeen South and 90 in Aberdeen North.
The Government has confirmed the line-up of its new Artificial Intelligence (AI) Council, the independent committee that will discuss how to promote the adoption and ethical use of the technology.