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French authorities could impose reciprocal quarantine measures in response to UK restrictions on arrivals, the Transport Secretary has said.
More than 900 people have entered the UK since last Tuesday, not including today's arrivals, after a stretch of good weather.
Gavin Williamson admitted no replacement grading system can match the fairness of exams, as thousands receive A-Level results this morning.
Ice cream creators Ben and Jerry’s have sparked a Twitter row after they challenged Priti Patel over migration in the English Channel.
At least one person is feared to have died and serious injuries have been reported after a train derailed in Aberdeenshire amid storms.
Sir Steve House has said the officers behaved appropriately and has criticised the way they have faced “trial by social media”.
The UK entered recession for the first time in 11 years after the economy shrank by a record 20.4 per cent between April and June.
The television presenter was accused of racism over a tweet directed at an Indian football fan last night - but she has stood by her remark.
Lee Anderson has defended Priti Patel over migrant boat crossings in the Channel, saying she is “working damn hard” to tackle the issue.
The PM said the boost would enable hospitals to maintain essential services and reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection in the coming months.
Labour MP Dawn Butler has accused police of racially profiling her after a vehicle she was travelling in was pulled over for questioning.
Health and care minister Helen Whately defended the government over testing pupils and teachers as schools prepare to reopen in September.
The Brexit Party leader criticised Boris Johnson over migrant boat crossings after 4,000 people reached the UK via the Channel in 2020.
Forecasters have said the UK could see its hottest day of the year today, with temperatures set to reach 37C in London and the South East.
The Tory MP urged the government to look beyond the English Channel after a record number of migrants arrived on UK shores yesterday.
West Midlands Police have launched an appeal to trace people involved in a roadside collision that injured a woman and killed a dog.
Shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds has accused the government of a “lack of competence” in dealing with migrant boat crossings.
The Housing Secretary defended a previous planning decision, after controversy surrounding it resurfaced amid a new planning overhaul.
Debbie Adlam is calling for a minimum jail term of 20 years for anyone who kills an officer, with no chance of parole during that time.
The shadow health secretary has called for improved coronavirus testing and tracing this August in time for schools to reopen in September.
Boris Johnson has confirmed that British nationals were caught up in the incident, the cause of which has not yet been confirmed.
The Home Secretary urged Twitter to act more quickly against racism after Labour's David Lammy was subject to abuse on the platform.
Simon Clarke said bringing all pupils back on a full time basis when term starts was a “total priority”, despite new second wave warnings.
The former Labour MP was among the 36 latest Lords nominations and has dedicated her appointment to Brexit-supporting ex-Labour voters.
Minister Nadhim Zahawi has praised British innovators in the development of two new Covid-19 tests that can produce results within hours.
The Prime Minister said the UK must “squeeze the brake pedal” on coronavirus lockdown easing, delaying some plans for at least two weeks.
In a tweet the US president suggested delaying the 2020 presidential election until Americans are able to turn out to the ballot box.
Different households in Greater Manchester, parts of east Lancashire and West Yorkshire can no longer mix in each other's homes and gardens.
The Brexit Party leader said housing 48,000 illegal migrants in hotels would cost taxpayers an estimated £4bn over the next 10 years.
Former MP Charlie Elphicke who described himself as a "naughty Tory" could face jail after being convicted of sexually assaulting two women.
The Health Secretary said embracing flexibility would help “bottle the best bits” of the NHS coronavirus response going forward.
Twitter has temporarily banned Donald Trump’s eldest after he posted a video discussing Hydroxchloroquine as a possible coronavirus cure.
Asked what her ideal British Prime Minister would look like, think like and act like, the actress responded: “Keir Starmer”.
The Public Accounts Committee said discharging 25,000 patients to care homes showed a “slow, inconsistent and at times negligent” approach.
Bikes are set to become an NHS prescription under Boris Johnson’s active travel initiative to encourage Brits to lead healthier lifestyles.
Local Government minister Simon Clarke has defended the government’s blanket quarantine policy on travellers returning to the UK from Spain.
Thomas Eastwood, 19, was jailed after he assaulted his ex-girlfriend and was found in possession of a large kitchen knife in Sunderland.
People in England will be required by law to wear a face masks in shops, supermarkets and other enclosed public spaces from today.
The Scottish First Minister criticised the PM for saying coronavirus had highlighted the benefits of the United Kingdom staying together.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey are accused of unlawful use of weapons after they drew guns at unarmed activists outside their home on June 28.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the pay boost recognises the “vital contribution” of doctors. teachers and police during the coronavirus crisis.
The long-awaited report concluded that the government “took its eye off the ball” and failed to respond to Moscow’s threat.
A police officer suffered serious injuries after an estimated 7,000 football fans gathered to celebrate Leeds' Championship victory.
The Conservative MP welcomed indications that the UK will clamp down further on China in response to its tough new law imposed on Hong Kong.
Boris Johnson has said he hoped for a “more significant” return to normality in November as he laid out the updated lockdown exit timetable.
James Brokenshire has condemned Russia’s suspected attempt to hack data from scientists seeking to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
The Defence Select Committee chairman said stripping radicalised Brits of their citizenship could be a higher security risk long term.
High-profile Twitter accounts, including those of Barack Obama, Elon Musk and Kanye West, were hacked in a widespread cryptocurrency scam.
Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK to appeal the decision to strip her of her British citizenship, judges have ruled.
Bristol City council has removed a sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester that was erected without the knowledge of local authorities.
Sir Keir Starmer has challenged Boris Johnson over whether he has read the report that warns of 120,000 deaths in a second coronavirus wave.
The Health Secretary has kept the option open for a winter coronavirus lockdown in the case of a new spike in infections.
The piece, entitled A Surge of Power (Jen Reid), was erected early this morning without the prior knowledge of Bristol City Council.
The Tory MP condemned the Leicester's Labour led local authorities after allegations of modern day slavery in the city’s clothing factories.