October 25, 2021

UK News

E-scooters will be allowed on UK roads from Saturday, lifting a nationwide ban.

The Queen has held a phone call with Donald Trump ahead of American Independence Day.

The number of people who have died with coronavirus in the UK has increased by 155, according to government figures.

Theresa May has attacked Boris Johnson's choice to be his new national security adviser, saying he has "no proven expertise" in the area.

A man who spat blood in the face of police officers after shouting that he had coronavirus has been jailed for two years.

Unionists in Northern Ireland have accused Sinn Fein of hypocrisy after a large crowd of mourners gathered for the funeral service of a former leading IRA member.

GCSE and A-level students will be able to sit special exams if they don't like the grade they received for their coursework.

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of criminal damage after graffiti was found on the side of a Charles Dickens museum in Kent.

Police in England are preparing for the weekend, amid warnings it could be as busy as New Year's Eve when pubs reopen once again.

Police are investigating whether criminal charges should be brought against a hospital trust where hundreds of cases of poor maternity care are being examined, including allegedly avoidable deaths of babies and mothers.

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