The Queen has returned to royal duties four days after the Duke of Edinburgh's death.
A study assessing the benefits of mixing and matching coronavirus vaccines has been extended to include the Moderna and Novavax jabs.
The UK's woodlands are facing a "barrage" of threats such as habitat damage, climate change and nitrogen pollution that is pushing them to crisis point.
Boris Johnson has warned that the reduction in coronavirus infections, hospitalisations and deaths "has not been achieved" by the rollout of COVID vaccines.
A senior civil servant worked for Greensill Capital - the financial firm at the centre of the David Cameron lobbying row - while still employed in Whitehall, it has been revealed.
Coronavirus travel restrictions will be eased in Scotland from Friday and more people will be able to meet up outdoors, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Shoppers have been flocking back to high streets and other retail destinations in some parts of the country more than others as lockdown rules were eased in England and Wales.
University students in England who have been studying online since Christmas, have been told by the government they cannot return to campuses until at least 17 May.
A senior MP says parliament's email system is less secure than Google's Gmail as he claimed to have been the victim of Chinese "psy-ops".
A drill-rapping jihadist has been jailed for life for plotting a terrorist attack using a Gladiator-style sword, balaclava and combat vest, just weeks after he was released from prison.