October 25, 2021

UK News

Boris Johnson has said there is "absolutely nothing to indicate" the country will enter a new lockdown this winter, although he added the government would "do whatever we have to do to protect the public".

Two people have been arrested as part of an investigation into spikings in Nottingham.

A two-minute silence has been held by a community in tribute to MP Sir David Amess, who was killed during a constituency surgery a week ago.

The man accused of murdering Conservative MP Sir David Amess has appeared at the Old Bailey.

Preparations for the reintroduction of coronavirus restrictions should be undertaken now so that measures "can be ready for rapid deployment if required", SAGE experts say.

British holidaymakers may in the future be asked to have a third COVID-19 vaccine dose before they are able to easily travel and return from abroad, a minister told Sky News.

A man accused of murdering his mother 19 years ago has been found dead in Spain after not turning up in court.

A former British spy who wrote a dossier on Donald Trump said he once spent hours with then home secretary Theresa May, briefing her on the Russia threat.

Former MP Frank Field has backed a bill that would allow assisted dying as he revealed his terminal illness.

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