British Gymnastics have admitted they were wrong for not telling the parents of a child about allegations she was being physically and emotionally abused by her coach.
A third of Britons have said they are either unsure or definitely wouldn’t use a vaccine for coronavirus, a poll has found.
British gymnasts, including Olympians and elite competitors, claim the sport is riddled with cases of physical and emotional abuse with some suggesting their complaints about welfare issues weren’t taken seriously by the governing body.
Historian David Starkey has issued an apology after saying slavery was not genocide because there are “so many damn blacks” still around.
A number of pubs which reopened for the first time since lockdown measures were imposed have had to close again after punters tested positive for coronavirus.
Eight motorists were trapped and had to be rescued after a major road was flooded in northwest London.
A Team GB sprinter has accused police of “racial profiling” after she and her partner were stopped and searched in London.
A massive £1.57bn coronavirus lifeline for the arts is being promised by the government, but theatres and music venues could still remain closed until next year.
A charity has warned that debt is the “sleeping giant” of problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK.
A woman has been stabbed to death and a man is in hospital after an incident at a London hotel.