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 charity has warned that debt is the “sleeping giant” of problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK.
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 woman has been stabbed to death and a man is in hospital after an incident at a London hotel.
Companies will be paid £1,000 bonuses by the government to hire young people as trainees, the chancellor will announce as part of his rescue plan for Britain’s post-coronavirus economic recovery.
People have been flocking to pubs in their thousands – with some apparently flouting social distancing guidelines – as England’s most significant relaxation of lockdown rules so far came into force.
The first pints have been poured, hair has been trimmed and people have met friends and family indoors on what has been dubbed “Super Saturday”.
The UK is poised to end the use of Huawei technology in its 5G network as soon as this year over security concerns, according to reports.
Pubs, hair salons and camp sites were among the businesses reopening on Saturday after more than three months of lockdown. Sky’s reporters were out and about hearing from owners and customers.