June 15, 2021

UK News

Fraud victims have lost more than £4.6m to coronavirus-related scams during the lockdown.

With Britain firmly in hay fever season, some people may be worried about confusing its symptoms with those of coronavirus.

The NHS Seacole Centre at Headley Court in Surrey will be used as a temporary service for patients who are recovering from coronavirus and who no longer need care in an acute hospital.

A man has died after rocks were thrown in the grounds of a castle in Kent.

A man has died after rocks were thrown in the grounds of a castle in Kent.

The answer from the government's chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance on Dominic Cummings was actually entirely sensible, if not the one the svengali's critics might have wanted to hear.

Khaled Ahmed spent nearly three months in hospital - two of which were in intensive care - fighting coronavirus.

A man has been charged with the murder of a 16-year-old girl whose body was found in woodland after she disappeared on VE Day.

Britons have stood on balconies, doorsteps and pavements for the 10th week to applaud key workers on the front line against the coronavirus pandemic.

Two men have died after being pulled from water in Bath.

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