Boris Johnson has confirmed a major easing of COVID-19 restrictions in England will go ahead from next week.
There is a tension in Jerusalem of a kind not felt for five years.
Rescuers are trying to save a whale stuck on the River Thames in west London.
Data from Thursday's election result is ever more clearly revealing Britain's political dividing lines.
In a factory somewhere on the outskirts of Birmingham sits a machine which tells you rather a lot about the UK economy and where it's heading.
More than 400 academics, politicians, charities, faith leaders, and others have called on the prime minister to waive vaccine patents.
Talks are due to take place that could see the Champions League final moved from Istanbul to London.
Royal Mail will trial the use of drones to deliver health and safety equipment, COVID-19 testing kits and other items to the Isles of Scilly.
The rail minister has asked the industry to urgently set out a plan for resuming normal service after some trains had to be withdrawn over the weekend.
Sir David Attenborough will try again later this year to convince world leaders that immediate climate action is vital.
Elon Musk has revealed he has Asperger syndrome, as he hosted the US TV comedy show Saturday Night Live.
The actor, writer and director Noel Clarke has been accused of sexual misconduct on the set of BBC series Doctor Who.
He's an Oscar winner and one of Hollywood's leading men, who counts Barack Obama and Harry and Meghan among his pals.
Coldplay has unveiled the first single from its upcoming album, with the premiere of Higher Power taking place on board the International Space Station.
An open letter signed by hundreds of members of the entertainment industry has called for a change in culture, in the wake of allegations made against Noel Clarke.