Bosses at hobby retailer The Works have expressed concerns about the future after admitting the company could run out of money by breaching banking covenants due to uncertainties from the Covid-19 lockdowns.
Only around a fifth of drivers have received any premium refund from their car insurer due to the coronavirus restrictions, Which? has found.
Conservative MPs have put pressure on Boris Johnson to ignore scientific advice to keep pubs and restaurants shut until May, as the hospitality sector warned such measures could help kill off more businesses.
With new lockdown measures still in place across the UK, many vehicles simply aren’t moving as much as usual. Cars don’t tend to like staying still for too long, either, which is why now can prove to be an ideal time to do some much-needed maintenance.
The youngest and oldest pupils could return to school first as part of a phased resumption of face-to-face teaching being considered by the Scottish Government.
Sir Van Morrison is mounting a legal challenge against a pandemic ban on live music.
Lockdown restrictions in Scotland to remain in place until mid-February with schools also remaining shut until then
Scotland will remain in lockdown until the middle of February, it has been announced.
Nearly half of adults (48%) are more worried during the current lockdown than they were last March, according to new research.
REGIONAL BREAKDOWN: 86 new coronavirus cases across the north-east as Scottish death toll rises by 71
A total of 86 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported across the north-east in the past 24 hours.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to give her weekly Covid-19 update to the Scottish Parliament today, with schools and the national lockdown on the agenda.
Lockdowns increased stress issues in parents and carers, a new study suggests.
Dame Mary Berry says changes brought on by the pandemic have taught people to adapt when it comes to home cooking.
A man has been fined £600 after his dog fatally injured a deer in London’s Richmond Park.
Aberdeen City Council has issued more than 7,500 laptop computers to pupils so they can take part in online learning.
Anxiety soared and happiness and life satisfaction fell as Britain entered its third national lockdown, figures have shown.
Once again the UK is living under tough but necessary restrictions as we battle COVID-19. Vaccines offer us hope and a way out but, until then, we must all play our part in together beating the virus.
Covid-19 rates have fallen in most regions of England and across all age groups apart from the over-80s, in the latest sign that lockdown measures are having an effect.
Putting a date on when Covid-19 restrictions will be lifted is “tempting fate”, Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg has said.
With the country in the midst of another lockdown, schools closed and parents working from home, many families are spending a lot of time together.
Fewer motorists have stopped making daily car trips than during the first coronavirus lockdown, according to figures.
The NHS will launch a round-the-clock vaccination service as soon as possible, Boris Johnson has said.
A heritage railway has warned it must raise cash to survive after suffering a 77% drop in passenger numbers in 2020.
Lockdown restrictions in England will remain in place for as “long as they are necessary”, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said, as he suggested there are no current plans to tighten existing rules.
The number of UK workers on payrolls plummeted by 819,000 between February and November due to the impact of the pandemic, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said in December.
Online fashion retailer Asos has said it expects the impact of the pandemic to provide a £40 million profit boost which will help drive it towards the top of its annual targets.
The owner of online food delivery giant Just Eat has said UK orders jumped 58% in the final three months of 2020 as the pandemic sent demand surging.
Boris Johnson and health chiefs will be questioned on the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine after warnings to abide by lockdown restrictions were stepped up to ease pressure on the NHS.
Almost 45,000 fines have been issued to people across the UK for breaching Covid-19 laws, a senior police chief has said.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has said that “outdoor recreation” is permitted in a “restricted and limited way” – despite it being prohibited during the lockdown.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has said a minority of the public are “putting the health of the nation at risk” as she backed a tougher police approach to lockdown rules.