The southbound carriageway of the motorway has since reopened after the crash near Leicester.
One charity manager says it would be "wondrous" if Cardiff Bay and Westminster worked together.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross says the government has "no real vision" for education.
A capacity crowd will be allowed to attend next month's British Grand Prix at Silverstone after the race was added to the UK government’s Events Research Programme.
Talks between Greater Manchester's mayor and Scotland's first minister deepened divisions, it is reported.
COVID lockdown restrictions in March 2020 did not lead to a baby boom - and the total fertility rate in England and Wales for 2021 could end up being the lowest ever recorded, ONS data suggests.
The capital's largest development in a generation opens to the public after five years of construction.
Fifteen firms are fined a total of £7.66m for hygiene offences, a council report says.
The level crossing has so far been closed for half a year due to worries over "horn audibility".
The exhibition features pieces marking key moments during the Duke of Edinburgh's official duties.
Margaret Sherlock, who opened her salon in 1956, does not care if she is the country's oldest stylist.
Suchet Chaturvedi began fundraising after his friend and her unborn baby died with Covid in India.
Sarah Buick, from Dundee, posted the image taken on the mountain's summit to social media early on Tuesday.
Josh is one of several LGBT men in Liverpool who have been beaten up in recent attacks.
Police and officials will be able to order people behaving anti-socially to give up their drinks.
Fans have been photographed hugging and shouting at some venues.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
Kimani Martin was a passenger in the vehicle when a shotgun was fired at it.
The highest daily number of virus cases since the start of the pandemic features on Scotland's front pages.
A High Court challenge brought by campaigners is under way, but what is the row all about?
Janet Harris has been waiting for more than a year due to Covid backlog and restricted services.
Harley the Labrador picks up discarded bottles on his morning walk to be binned by his owner.
Businesses in Ullapool are facing new challenges as they gear up for the height of tourism season.
Prince Charles supported the couple after they stepped down as senior royals, Clarence House says.
The Humber Bridge was the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world when it opened in 1981.
Repeated failings by the department and firm responsible amounted to "systemic maladministration".
As the spotlight moves to Batley and Spen's by-election, take a trip aboard the 271 constituency bus.
Survivors of sexual and physical abuse from the Lagarie children's home have lost a test case for compensation.
The government is due to deliver its latest travel advice on Thursday after Matt Hancock gave fresh hope to the prospect of summer holidays this year.
More than two million people in England may have had long COVID, according to research.
Travel bosses want more countries on the green list, as the government prepares for its three-week update.
Buckingham Palace has said they "must do more" to increase the diversity of their workforce after publishing for the first time their numbers of ethnic minority staff.
Students found the experience of university in the pandemic not worth the cost, says survey.
The government is failing to deliver on promises to dramatically cut the UK's greenhouse gas emissions, according to its own climate advisers.
Symptoms like fatigue and shortness of breath can persist for months.
The Royal Family will open its books on Thursday to show how the Queen spent her money last year.
The Prince of Wales gave the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a "substantial sum" of money in the months following their stepping down as senior royals, despite the Duke claiming his family "literally cut me off financially".
Elspeth Ross in among the thousands of Scottish women who were forced to give up their babies.
Royal accounts show 8.5% of household staff are of ethnic minority - its target for 2022 is 10%.
The environmental watchdog has been forced to rebuild its IT systems after thousands of files were stolen.
Omer Sadiq was stabbed twice with a hunting knife and died in hospital last September.
A driver is "still in shock" after stones were dropped on her car, cracking her windscreen.
A man infected with HIV as a teen tells an inquiry how he struggled to talk about his condition.
The incident involving the British warship sailing in Crimea features on several of Thursday's papers.
The final supermoon of 2021 is due to take place this week, with almost a year to wait for the next one.
A charity which offers counselling in schools says climate anxiety is becoming more common.
As vaccination reduces serious illness from Covid-19, the Scottish government is changing its strategy.
Dozens of secret toxic pits near homes across the UK are being ignored by the government.
The Queen and Boris Johnson have held their first face-to-face meeting since the pandemic began and one of the hot topics was the health secretary.
UK ministers have no plans to hold a vote on removing Rob Roberts, BBC Wales has been told.
The monarch made the comments at her first weekly meeting with Boris Johnson since lockdown began.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
More than 20,000 lives could have been saved in England if the first lockdown had been introduced a week earlier, according to a report from Imperial College London.
A senior doctor says more people from ethnic minority backgrounds have been booking jabs.
Shocked cat owners found their pets bleeding on their doorsteps during a spree of attacks in Brighton, a court has heard.
Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi says the UK's vaccination programme has passed another key milestone, with more than 60% of the adult population now fully vaccinated.
Measures including enhanced contact tracing and testing have been put in place after the UK identified dozens of cases of the "Delta plus" variant.
Former PC Kevin Bentley subjected five woman and a girl to "horrific abuse", a court was told.
The UK has reported 16,135 new COVID-19 cases and another 19 coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data.
One expert suggests younger men meeting up to watch the Euro 2020 football tournament is behind the increase.
EasyJet says it will not go ahead with new routes connecting Manchester to Edinburgh and Aberdeen.