July 05, 2020

UK News

Staff and residents in care homes in England will be regularly tested for coronavirus from next week, the government has said.

It has been revealed that staff who move between care homes are more likely to contract COVID-19 - as it emerged that almost 20,000 deaths of care home residents in England and Wales have involved the virus.

A murder investigation has been launched after a man in his 60s died at a care home in Essex.

People returning to England after trips to Spain, France, Italy and Germany will no longer have to self-isolate from 10 July.

Britons would strongly back a second lockdown if coronavirus cases spike, according to a new poll for Sky News which reveals the country's ongoing caution over the pandemic. 

A drink driver who killed a man in a car crash and then went back to the pub has been jailed for more than seven years.

Everyone aged over 50 should be given a free flu vaccine to safeguard the NHS against the "perfect storm" of a winter flu outbreak and a resurgence of coronavirus, Sir Keir Starmer has told Sky News.

A second wave of coronavirus infections in the UK is "quite a possibility", according to England's deputy chief medical officer.

A police officer who was stabbed during the Glasgow hotel attack has been released from hospital.

Prince Andrew says he is "bewildered" by US justice officials' claims that he has not offered to cooperate with their investigation into convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

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