The UK has reported 24,470 new COVID-19 cases and 65 more deaths in the latest 24-hour period.
A 15-year-old girl has died after a "domestic disturbance" inside a caravan at a holiday park in North Wales, police have said.
Discounted meals and cheaper cab rides will be offered to customers who get a Covid-19 jab, as part of a government-led attempt to boost the uptake of vaccines.
Something strange seems to be going on in the Conservative government.
British sprinter Zharnel Hughes has said he is "heartbroken" after being disqualified from the men's 100m final at the Tokyo Olympics, as Italy's Lamont Marcell Jacobs won a shock gold.
Tom Daley was spotted knitting his way through the women's three metres springboard diving final on Sunday.
Re-alignment - when long-time supporters of one party switch allegiance to another - is very much in vogue in British politics. Scotland did it. Then voters in a swathe of the country known as the "Red Wall". Pundits believe Conservative supporters in so-called "Blue Suburbia" are doing it.
A group which campaigns on behalf of disabled abuse victims has called for more training for police officers to improve conviction rates and address discrimination.
Max Whitlock has been hailed as Britain's greatest ever gymnast after winning gold in the men's pommel horse at the Tokyo Olympics.
Swimmer Duncan Scott has made history for Britain with his medal haul at the Tokyo Olympics, as Team GB celebrated golds in the BMX and gymnastics.