July 11, 2020

UK News

There is a "serious risk" some parts of England will run out of water within 20 years, a committee of MPs has warned.

A man has been sentenced after he admitted to making and selling fake coronavirus test kits.

Scotland's pubs, restaurants and cinemas will be allowed to open fully next week, as the country moves to phase three in its easing of lockdown restrictions.

A man in the West Midlands has become the first person to be arrested in connection with an alleged fraud of the government's furlough scheme.

Ministers have been urged to "come clean" after Sir Keir Starmer said a Sky News report revealing the confusion over coronavirus test numbers was "very concerning".

High street chain Boots is planning to cut more than 4,000 jobs in a shake-up prompted by the "significant impact" of COVID-19.

Former Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke sexually assaulted a parliamentary worker and later claimed she was "up for it", a court has heard.

A woman who died after a 20-metre crane collapsed on houses in east London has been named as 85-year-old June Harvey.

Scientists have figured out how to pinpoint the location of someone flying a drone based purely on its flight path, rather than having to intercept and triangulate radio signals.

Two of Rishi Sunak's plans to boost the economy were not signed off as being value for money by the civil service.

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