February 25, 2021

UK News

Boris Johnson continues to back his senior aide Dominic Cummings, saying an investigation into his actions would not be a "good use" of time.

Boris Johnson continues to back his senior aide Dominic Cummings, saying an investigation into his actions would not be a "good use" of time.

Britain could be out of lockdown and "virtually back to normal" by August, according to a former World Health Organisation expert.

People are breaking lockdown rules and using the actions of Boris Johnson's special adviser - Dominic Cummings - as an excuse, a senior police commissioner has said.

A jet skier has died after getting into difficulty off the coast of Devon - the third seaside fatality in the South West this week.

Twenty-six people have been arrested in France and Belgium in connection with the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants found in the back of a lorry in Essex last year.

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murdering an 18-year-old who was shot after he left a chicken shop in southeast London.

A Michelin-starred chef whose entire family have spent lockdown making thousands of free meals for NHS workers has been sent a warning letter about child labour by his local council.

The Premier League has moved a step closer to restarting fixtures as coronavirus restrictions are eased, after clubs voted unanimously to resume contact training.

Most pupils should prepare to learn at home until the start of the autumn term, the schools minster has confirmed.

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