January 21, 2021

UK News

The new coronavirus strain and a rapidly rising number of infections in prisons across England and Wales is a "public health emergency unfolding before our eyes," the shadow justice secretary has warned.

Schools might not all reopen at the same time across England as lockdown restrictions are eased, MPs have been told.

At least one in eight people in England had had COVID-19 by December last year, new survey data estimates.

At least one in eight people in England had had COVID-19 by December last year, new survey data estimates.

A media enquiry by Sky News has led to questions over what Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon knew of bullying concerns surrounding the office of her predecessor Alex Salmond.

A media enquiry by Sky News has led to questions over what Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon knew of bullying concerns surrounding the office of her predecessor Alex Salmond.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has revealed he is self-isolating for the next six days after being "pinged" by the NHS coronavirus app.

There were 17,751 deaths registered in England and Wales in the week ending 8 January - up 7,682 on the preceding week, new figures show.

There were 17,751 deaths registered in England and Wales in the week ending 8 January - up 7,682 on the preceding week, new figures show.

Storm Christoph's imminent arrival has triggered a major incident in South Yorkshire - ahead of strong winds, widespread flooding and snowfall.

Page 7 of 779

How to Listen

DAB+

Online

Mobile Apps

Smart Speaker

Latest Tweets

Great TIP - @SewerbyHall @GreatYorksRadio https://t.co/RKOQBKaynV
RT @Hullccnews: Don't be tempted to meet friends or family. Keep Hull safe; stay at home. Protect the NHS. Save lives. https://t.co/3OTY1fd…
RT @northyorkscc: If you've got #Covid symptoms, government run testing sites are at these locations in the next few days. #Harrogate #Sca…
Follow GreatYorkshireRadio #HandsFaceSpace on Twitter