September 26, 2020

UK News

Novavax is ready to start its Phase 3 trial of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine in the UK.

A man in the US has died after he ate a bag and a half of liquorice every day for several weeks, say doctors.

A serial rapist who attacked a woman one week after arriving in the UK has been jailed.

Denmark, Slovakia and Iceland have been added to England and Wales' travel quarantine lists - meaning travellers returning from 4am on Saturday will have to self-isolate for two weeks.

Tennis champion Boris Becker has denied a string of criminal charges over his bankruptcy - as he was told he could face seven years in jail if found guilty.

At Cairncross House in Glasgow, there is a steady stream of supermarket delivery trucks arriving.

The UK has reported 6,634 new coronavirus cases - the highest daily total ever recorded.

An episode of Britain's Got Talent in which Alisha Dixon wore a Black Lives Matter necklace has led to 1,900 complaints to Ofcom.

Wrexham fans are pinching themselves over potential Hollywood investment from actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

A top lawyer speaking on behalf of victims has led an extraordinary intervention into an inquiry on historical child sexual abuse, saying "we speak with one voice".

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