Boris Johnson has been warned that a further relaxation of restrictions over Christmas could trigger another wave of coronavirus infections.
Specialists treating Archie Battersbee, 12, say life support treatment should end.
The troubles affecting the MV Hebrides follows the withdrawal of another ferry for repairs.
Jennifer has endured broken windows, things thrown at her house and threats to kill her dog.
The family of Natasha Abrahart is taking civil action against the University of Bristol.
The government tried to block publication of the story about the agent who attacked with a machete.
Scientific advisers have sent the government their recommendations for who should get COVID booster jabs this autumn.
The teenager who is accused of murdering 12-year-old Ava White in Liverpool has told a jury he was "scared" she would "jump" him.
The rate of marriages between men and women fell to a record low in 2019, according to figures by the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Mike Hill must pay compensation to a woman a tribunal said he had sexually assaulted and victimised.
Exactly what's driving the UK's largest-ever outbreak of monkeypox is a mystery.
The former Yorkshire cricketer Azeem Rafiq has said he was "triggered" by comments about Asian athletes made by the boxer Amir Khan this week.
It is thought about 100g of asteroid fragments - about the size of an apple - landed in south Wales.
The village pub had been asked to change its name but has now received a framed apology.
A boy accused of killing 12-year-old Ava White tells a court he did not intend to stab her.
A new and improved Tube map featuring the Elizabeth line has been unveiled ahead of its official opening on 24 May.
A Channel migrant has said he has been left "traumatised" by the prospect of being deported from the UK and is prepared to take his own life rather than be sent to Rwanda.
A 24-year-old man who had a "morbid fascination" with serial killers has been jailed for murdering 18-year-old Bobbi-Anne McLeod with a claw hammer.
The plaque went missing hours after Callum Wheeler was found guilty of murdering Julia James.
Jamie McAnsh woke up paralysed eight years ago, but has now reached Everest base camp.
Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp was assaulted at the end of their match with Nottingham Forest.
Cody Ackland is appearing in court to be sentenced for the murder of Bobbi-Anne McLeod.
A plaque dedicated to murdered PCSO Julia James disappeared on the same day her killer was convicted.
A man has been jailed for headbutting Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp during a pitch invasion after a match on Tuesday night.
A daredevil entrepreneur who was killed while attempting to break a land speed record may have started braking too soon in the moments before he died, an inquest has heard.
A temporary timetable due to a pay dispute means some last services will leave as early as 18:00.
National Museums Scotland has bought a silver casket owned by Mary Stuart for £1.8m.
Prince Charles and Camilla's visit to Canada for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee will end on Thursday.
The couple, from Gloucestershire, scooped a massive £184m and say it will give them "time to dream".
The biggest-ever lottery winners in Britain have revealed their identities.
Police confirm the victim of the fatal attack in Sheffield was Italian national Carlo Giannini.
A new "super nature reserve" is being created across 15,000 acres of the Somerset landscape to help protect saltmarsh, heath and wetland habitats.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
Police officers should use "discretion" when deciding whether to prosecute people caught stealing food in order to eat, the new HM chief inspector of constabulary has said.
One restaurant owner says he doesn't think too far ahead, because he fears for the business's future.
The duchess joins more than 8,000 guests at the second Buckingham Palace garden party of the year.
A new 15,000 acre nature reserve will help protect rare and threatened species in Somerset.
Abortion is a devolved matter but commissioning a service has been held up due to political deadlock.
Sufyan Kamal, who lost his UK citizenship after fighting in Syria, says he's been unfairly treated.
Plans to use money from oil and gas companies for a major redesign of the gardens have been criticised.
Four more children have made it out of Ukraine two months after the Dnipro kids arrived in Scotland.
Joshua, who's blind, announced the 10.27 arriving at Platform 1 at Liverpool Lime Street.
Post partem cardiomyopathy is a rare form of heart failure which is caused by having a child.
Harri Stickler died as friends and family tried to raise £1m for cancer treatment in Singapore.
Geraint John is walking 700 miles of Welsh coastline, cleaning every beach he encounters on the way.
"Never events" is the name given to things so serious that they should never happen - but in the NHS in England, there were 407 of them in a year.
"Open the curtains," Emma Eastham tells her son Alex, "shall we show them your oxygen and what we do with it?"
Sheffield United's Oli McBurnie has been accused of "stamping" on a Nottingham Forest fan during the Championship play-off semi-final on Tuesday night.
Supporters who were in Spain and fans back in Glasgow watch their team lose the final to Eintracht Frankfurt on penalties.
Mental health service under review amid concerns for the safety of people discharged from hospital.
Many of Thursday's papers analyse how soaring inflation will affect people's lives in the UK.
Rock band Queen will open the Platinum Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace on Saturday 4 June.
Why is the government facing growing pressure to announce a windfall tax on oil and gas companies?
The royal couple lit candles on a visit to the Ottawa church and paid tribute to Canada's war dead.
Kate and Charlie say they've already stopped socialising, and have nothing else to cut back on.
They say the veteran DJ collected a "wealth of souvenirs" while launching the careers of many stars.
Two more cases of monkeypox have been identified in England, health officials have said.
History hunters traced the American Air Force tag to a family in Illinois through Facebook.
Britain's biggest ever lottery winners are to go public tomorrow.
Danny Humble was killed after a gang of youths joked he looked like one of the stars, a court hears.