October 25, 2020

UK News

A "possessive" boyfriend will spend at least 17 years behind bars after being found guilty of stabbing his flatmate to death over suspicions that he had kissed his girlfriend.

People are "taking too many liberties" as the coronavirus lockdown is eased, Boris Johnson has said after thousands of people flocked to the beaches.

Left-wing Labour MPs have urged Sir Keir Starmer to reinstate a sacked frontbencher who shared an alleged "antisemitic conspiracy theory" article.

NHS England has apologised after Sky News revealed that only 23% of health trusts in England have risk-assessed their BAME staff.

A police officer has described the moment he realised a "bloody mess" being dragged behind a car was his colleague PC Andrew Harper.

On Thursday, the government threatened to close beaches if people continue to visit in overwhelming numbers.

It's late evening and a steady stream of young people are starting to fill the streets.

Security guards are most at risk of dying with COVID-19, new figures show.

Police are appealing for witnesses after three men were stabbed in Bournemouth during a day of violent brawls at beaches across Britain.

Violence broke out at beaches across Britain yesterday as thousands flocked to the seaside despite social distancing measures.

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