Thousands of workers whose jobs put them at higher risk of catching coronavirus will be tested even if they have no symptoms.
Beauty salons, tanning shops and tattooists can reopen in England from Monday, the government has said, while gyms and indoor swimming pools will be allowed to let customers return later this month.
A jihadist who plotted a knife and gun rampage at London attractions including Madame Tussauds and the Pride event has been jailed for a minimum of 25 years.
Actor Johnny Depp used his sliced finger to daub graffiti on a mirror and walls in blood and paint during an alleged drug-fuelled "three-day ordeal" he put his ex-wife Amber Heard through in Australia, the High Court has been told.
As Britain sought to assemble its coronavirus testing programme, all the usual rules were broken.
A man has been sentenced after he admitted to making and selling fake coronavirus test kits.
Scotland's pubs, restaurants and cinemas will be allowed to open fully next week, as the country moves to phase three in its easing of lockdown restrictions.
The Duchess of Sussex has applied to the High Court to stop The Mail and Mail on Sunday from being able to reveal the names of five of her friends in her ongoing lawsuit against the papers' publisher, according to a source close to Meghan.
A woman who died after a 20-metre crane collapsed on houses in east London has been named as 85-year-old June Harvey.
Ministers have been urged to "come clean" after Sir Keir Starmer said a Sky News report revealing the confusion over coronavirus test numbers was "very concerning".