April 14, 2021

UK News

A footprint made by a large meat-eating dinosaur described as a "real Jurassic giant" has been discovered on a Yorkshire beach.

Older people who don't have smartphones risk being discriminated against at pubs and restaurants using online ordering, a charity has warned.

A long-time suspect in the 1996 disappearance of a California college student has been arrested along with his father.

The defence has begun in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd.

The UK's woodlands are facing a "barrage" of threats such as habitat damage, climate change and nitrogen pollution that is pushing them to crisis point.

The Queen has returned to royal duties four days after the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.

The Queen has returned to royal duties four days after the Duke of Edinburgh's death.

A new species of sea sponge found off the coast of Norfolk has been named Parpal Dumplin by a schoolgirl.

More than a million people have not yet taken up the offer of a COVID vaccine in England, analysis shows.

University students in England who have been studying online since Christmas, have been told by the government they cannot return to campuses until at least 17 May.

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