- News Home
- Other categories
Coronavirus: Chancellor Rishi Sunak reveals eating out discount, jobs bonus scheme and stamp duty cut
Britons eating out will get discounted food, house buyers will pay less stamp duty and companies will get bonuses for retaining workers under the chancellor's plans to kickstart the UK economy.
Coronavirus: Key points of government plan to revive economy
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a "plan for jobs" to stimulate Britain's battered economy.
Johnny Depp libel trial: Star called Amber Heard 'a witch' in text messages, court hears
Johnny Depp sent texts referring to his ex-wife Amber Heard as "a witch" and saying "let's burn Amber", the High Court has been told during the second day of a high-profile libel action against The Sun newspaper.
Bianca Williams: Met chief apologises to sprinter after stop and search
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has apologised to Bianca Williams after the Great Britain sprinter and her partner were handcuffed during a stop and search.
More than 250 arrested in London over violence at protests and illegal rave
Police have arrested more than 250 people suspected of violence and disorder during recent protests and an illegal rave in London.
Twin girls joined at head separated in rare surgery at Vatican hospital
Surgeons in Italy have successfully separated conjoined twins whose skulls were fused at the back, and who are now expected to go on to live normal lives.
Coronavirus: Kate Garraway says husband Derek Draper 'can't wake up' as he battles COVID-19
TV presenter Kate Garraway has said her husband Derek Draper "sort of can't wake up" as he battles coronavirus, and doctors "don't know how much better" he can get.
Primodos scandal: Relief for campaigners as review demands compensation for victims of hormone pregnancy test
Campaigner Marie Lyon broke down in tears as she read the report. "At last!" she exclaimed.
Coronavirus: Airborne transmission of COVID-19 cannot be ruled out, says WHO
The World Health Organisation has recognised there is "evidence emerging" of airborne transmission of coronavirus, which could lead to changes of guidance on distancing.
First pictures of world's rarest gorilla with babies captured
The first ever images of the world's rarest gorilla with multiple offspring has been captured in Nigeria's Mbe mountains.