Woman slammed to the ground by police during anti-lockdown protest

Footage taken in Trafalgar Square shows the ugly scenes as the middle-aged protester was pushed a…

Delay university term until on-campus testing ready, says Labour

Letter to education secretary comes as thousands of students confined to halls after outbreak

Alert issued to UK universities and colleges about spike in cyber attacks

Ransomware attacks targeting the education sector risk derailing attempts to return students to universities and colleges.

Robert Buckland urged to join Lord Keen in quitting over Brexit bill

Exclusive: Justice secretary’s position is untenable, says former Tory attorney general

Joe Biden: ‘We can’t allow the Good Friday Agreement to become a casualty of Brexit’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi voiced a similar warning as Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab visited the US…

Venezuela: UN investigators accuse authorities of crimes against humanity

Human rights investigators say authorities have committed "egregious violations" since 2014.

Nicola Sturgeon announces one virus death in Scotland as 267 new cases recorded

It comes after yesterday's figures revealed that one person died after testing positive for Covid-19 over…

Up to 25,000 teachers in England self-isolating due to Covid fears

Shortage of tests worsening schools’ difficulties, with some reporting 20% of teachers absent

Tougher lockdown measures on the cards ‘in two weeks’ if rule of six doesn’t work

BRITS face tougher lockdown measures within two weeks if the new ‘rule of six’ doesn’t help…

Watchdog warns over UK furlough fraud and government contracts

National Audit Office says it will investigate procurement amid concern over level of furlough scheme abuse