March 01, 2021

UK News

A statue of Scouts founder Robert Baden-Powell that was placed on a target list is back on display after its protective boarding was removed.

The government allocated more than £15bn to buy personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline NHS staff as part of an extra £50bn given to public services to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic, Treasury documents have revealed.

Police forces across the UK employ at least 211 officers and PCSOs who have been convicted of criminal offences, a Sky News investigation has found.

This year's Ryder Cup has been postponed until 2021 after organisers said holding the tournament without spectators was "not a realistic option".

More than 200 serving police officers in the UK have convictions for criminal offences including assault, burglary, drug possession and animal cruelty, Sky News can reveal.

More than 200 serving police officers in the UK have convictions for criminal offences including assault, burglary, drug possession and animal cruelty, Sky News can reveal.

The UK's top civil servant has warned that fellow Whitehall officials are now "fair game" as he prepares to leave his role.

A scathing report into three NHS scandals sets out how patients were "dismissed" and "overlooked", despite being disabled or left in chronic pain from procedures and drugs.

A teenager has been accused of constructing a false alibi involving the film Fast And Furious while knowing "perfectly well" he had just dragged a police officer to his death.

People are trapped after a crane collapsed on a house in Bow, east London.

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