A man has been convicted of sexually assaulting a university student – in an attack in which he wore a dress and a silver wig.
England is preparing itself for “Super Saturday” more than three months after lockdown measures were imposed to tackle coronavirus.
A second wave of coronavirus infections in the UK is “quite a possibility”, according to England’s deputy chief medical officer.
People returning to England after trips to Spain, France, Italy and Germany will no longer have to self-isolate from 10 July.
The growing number of illegal raves sweeping the UK is down to young people feeling frustrated that nightclubs are still closed – despite lockdown lifting, a top DJ has told Sky News.
Tourism bosses in Cornwall say COVID-19 has already cost the sector more than £650m in lost revenue and are warning there will be no “speedy recovery” when the industry re-opens on Saturday.
Scientists are warning the UK should be prepared for the worst this winter as a COVID-19 vaccine may not be ready.
School leaders are set to be told there is no need for pupils of any age to sit apart when they return to class in September.
The Duchess of Sussex felt “unprotected” by the Royal Family while she was pregnant, new court documents reveal.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage after a statue of slave trader Edward Colston was pulled down in Bristol.