The UK's national debt hit a record £2.06 trillion at the end of September, up £259.6 billion in six months, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). It pushed borrowing up to 103.5% of gross domestic product
The authors have blamed 'a society that is riddled with structural inequalities'.
A woman was removed from an easyJet flight from Belfast to Edinburgh amid claims she refused to wear a mask and shouted "everybody dies" at crew. Video of the alleged incident at Belfast International Airport on Sunday has been shared
A Labour MP has been admitted to hospital with pneumonia after testing positive for Covid-19. Yasmin Qureshi said that, after 10 days of feeling unwell, she became "much worse" and was admitted to the Royal Bolton Hospital on
Feeding time for the turkeys on a farm in Dorset in England, only this year they might not have to gobble down so much. Thanks to Covid-19 restrictions on large gatherings, organic turkey farmer Mark Chilcott is anticipating an increase in demand
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has called for a two- to three-week lockdown in England to bring the infection rate down.
The UK could learn from the 10 countries that 'avoided a detectable rise in deaths' in the first wave.
A 25-year-old tested positive for the infection twice within 48 days, with swabs coming back negative in-between.
'Cancer doesn’t stop for a pandemic', one expert stressed.
Although the coronavirus mainly spreads via coughs and sneezes, it is no longer considered an exclusively respiratory infection.
Pubs, restaurants and cafes in most of Scotland are being barred from selling alcohol indoors for more than two weeks as part of efforts to curb Covid-19, Nicola Sturgeon has announced. Five health board areas – Greater Glasgow