Cinemas, museums and galleries in England are to be allowed to re-open from 4 July, in the latest move by Boris Johnson to restore normal life after the three-month coronavirus lockdown.
The brother and sister of the main suspect arrested after the Reading terror attack have told Sky News how they were “shocked and surprised” when they heard the news that he is suspected of killing three men on Saturday evening.
The third victim of the Reading terror attack has been named as David Wails.
Burnley have said they “strongly” condemn those responsible for flying a “White Lives Matter” banner over their Premier League match with Manchester City.
The father of one of the three victims of the knife attack in Reading has described his son as “marvellous, loving and caring” and “like a magnet”, bringing people together.
Campaigners are calling on the government to retrieve the anchor from the shipwrecked HMT Empire Windrush to turn it into a monument honouring the Windrush generation.
Boris Johnson will announce on Tuesday which sectors of England’s economy can reopen from 4 July – and he is expected to set out a reduction in the two-metre social distancing rule.
A 30% rise in London’s congestion charge and extension in its hours of operation from 7am to 10pm, seven days a week, have come into force today.
Police investigating the toppling of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol have released images of 15 people they want to speak to.
The daughter of an 88-year-old man who died of suspected COVID-19 in a care home has formally begun legal action against the health secretary.