More than 560,000 people had coronavirus in England last week with the number of infections rising steeply among secondary school children, figures from the Office for National Statistics suggest.
Large groups of young people in fancy dress drank alcohol and chanted near police vehicles on the streets of Nottingham last night - hours before the toughest coronavirus restrictions were imposed on the city.
Lab tests have revealed alarming differences in the effectiveness of widely available face masks, Which? has claimed.
A murder suspect wanted in connection with three deaths - including a mother and son - has been arrested, police have said.
Sky History has axed its new woodworking show The Chop after producers said a contestant's tattoos "could be connected to far-right ideologies".
Property prices are growing at their fastest rate since 2015, with the average price of a house reaching £227,826 in October.
British Airways owner IAG says demand for air travel is unlikely to fully recover before 2023.
The government and London's transport bosses are locked in talks about a six-month funding deal hours before the capital's bus and Tube networks face the renewed threat of financial collapse.
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme caused a "significant" rise in new coronavirus infections, a new study has suggested.
Official guidance given to thousands of couples whose wedding had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic could be unlawful, it has been claimed.