WHSmith has said it could cut up to 1,500 jobs after the coronavirus pandemic caused a drop in customers going into its stores.
Children should be put “at the heart” of future lockdown plans and schools prioritised over pubs and shops, the children’s commissioner for England has said.
Ministers let up to 10,000 travellers with coronavirus spread it across the country at the start of the pandemic by failing to bring in quarantine rules early enough, senior MPs have said.
John Hume’s family has asked people to protect public health by not lining the streets of Derry for his funeral.
Fulham have booked their immediate return to the Premier League as Joe Bryan struck twice in extra-time to see them past Brentford 2-1 in the Championship play-off final.
Leicester’s mayor has criticised the government for only recently providing data that he claims could have prevented the city’s lockdown “ever being necessary”.
The statue of a Black Lives Matter protester has been taken down after it was secretly installed to replace the monument of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol.
Official data suggests almost two-thirds of a million UK workers have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic amid fears an employment crisis exceeding that of the 1980s is looming.
England cricketer Jofra Archer has been excluded from today’s second Test against the West Indies following a breach of the team’s bio-secure protocols.
With sassy, infectious Cuban dance beats and heart-wrenching ballads, Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine were the soundtrack to the 1980s. While their pop songs were in everything from ‘Three Men’ and ‘A Baby (Bad Boy)’ to ‘Top Gun (Hot Summer Nights)’ and ‘Stakeout (Rhythm Is Gonna Get You)’, women […]