'Incredibly important milestone': More than 30m people in UK have now had both COVID jabs
More than 30 million people in the UK are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the government.
Sturgeon says Scotland 'likely' to keep COVID restrictions for further three weeks
Scotland is "likely" to maintain COVID restrictions for a further three weeks from 28 June, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
All over-18s in England able to book jab 'by end of week' - as new COVID treatment on the way
All over-18s in England will be offered a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine by the end of this week, Downing Street has confirmed.
19 July 'terminus date' for COVID rules - and only 'unprecedented and remarkable' change could derail it
19 July is the "terminus date" for England's remaining coronavirus restrictions and it would take an "unprecedented and remarkable" change in circumstances to derail that, Michael Gove has told Sky News.
Met Police accused of 'institutional corruption' over unsolved axe murder of private detective
A long-awaited report into the axe murder of a private detective has accused the Metropolitan Police of "a form of institutional corruption".
PM condemns 'disgraceful' lockdown protesters who abused and chased BBC reporter
The prime minister has condemned footage that shows a BBC journalist being harassed and chased by anti-lockdown protesters.
Ireland to impose tighter restrictions on British travellers amid Delta variant concerns
The Irish government is set to announce an increase to the self-isolation period for British travellers, going up from five days to 10.
Footballer banned from driving after crashing his £350,000 Lamborghini
Sheffield United player Lys Mousset has been fined and disqualified from driving for six months after crashing his £350,000 Lamborghini on a 30mph road.
'I panic every time I see Boris' - Savoretti's anguish as music 'pushed aside' by COVID rules
Like so many musicians Jack Savoretti is finding it tough not being able to promote his new record on the road like he usually would.
PM hails 'new dawn' as UK and Australia agree trade deal - with Britons under 35 able to travel and work there more freely
The UK and Australia have agreed a free trade deal, the first agreement negotiated from scratch after Brexit.