More than 50 Tory MPs from "red wall" seats are demanding a "roadmap out of lockdown" from Boris Johnson and a post-COVID economic recovery plan for the north of England.
A woman who found a rare two-headed snake in her sunroom has found the reptile a new home.
The footwear retailer Clarks is kicking off talks with landlords about store closures and rent cuts, reviving tensions between high street shop-owners and tenants which have been thrust into sharp focus during the COVID-19 crisis.
People told to isolate by the contact-tracing app are not able to claim government financial support, Sky News has learned, raising fears that low-paid workers will be forced to choose between health and hardship.
When Dido Harding returned to her Somerset home by car on Sunday afternoon, she was towing her horsebox.
Boris Johnson has admitted he hasn't spoken to Marcus Rashford since June - but has praised the footballer's "terrific" food poverty campaign.
A key ally of Brazil's president has been arrested after anti-corruption officers discovered a wad of banknotes in the underpants he was wearing.
The father of a four-year-old Belgian boy who spent six days in a coma after catching COVID-19 has warned other parents of the risk the virus poses to children.
Amy Coney Barrett has been confirmed as a Supreme Court justice after Republicans overpowered Democratic opposition 52-48 in the US Senate.
The Welsh health minister has said he was "saddened" after a woman was incorrectly told she could not buy sanitary products at a Tesco store due to the firebreak lockdown.
Boots plans to roll out a new coronavirus testing service which it says can deliver results in just 12 minutes.
Police in Belarus fired stun grenades to disperse protesters ahead of a nationwide strike called by opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya.
There is an inevitability now to Sunday evenings in Minsk.
Heavyweight political figures including the former prime minister David Cameron will this week throw their support behind an initiative aimed at ending the "chronic under-representation" of black people across major British industries.
Revellers took part in an impromptu game of cricket on Saturday night in a south London street after bars and pubs closed at 10pm.