A further 27,000 excess deaths are "likely" between now and next April under the current approach to tackling the coronavirus pandemic, a former government chief scientific adviser says.
There are "quite significant concerns" about employment practices within clothing factories in freshly locked-down Leicester, the health secretary has told Sky News.
A former British spy chief says he wants a more open debate on the origin of the coronavirus pandemic and warns against dismissing as conspiracy the idea that it might have come from a laboratory.
"Welcome to church," the pastor proclaims and a round of applause erupts.
The widow of a community pharmacist who died from COVID-19 has spoken of the heartbreak of not being able to see her husband before he passed away.
A man has been shot dead in broad daylight in London.
Lewis Hamilton and most of Formula One's 20 drivers took a knee on the starting grid before the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix, although six chose not to join in.
Organised crime bosses are scared of a "sophisticated and relentless" elite police squad, recovered messages have shown.
Some of London's "most dangerous criminals" have been arrested and jewellery, cocaine and £13m in cash seized after specially built "hides" were discovered in transit vans by the Met Police.
The UK is poised to end the use of Huawei technology in its 5G network as soon as this year over security concerns.