The Queen spent Wednesday night in hospital after cancelling a visit to Northern Ireland, Buckingham Palace has said.
Anti-vaccination and anti-lockdown protesters are organising themselves online to confront MPs in person, Sky News has found.
Boris Johnson has admitted the level of COVID cases is "high" and he is "watching the numbers very carefully every day" - but insisted he is "sticking with our plan".
Dental records show that the human remains found at a Florida wilderness park are those of Brian Laundrie, Gabby Petito's fiance.
Inflation could top 5% in the months ahead, the Bank of England's new chief economist has warned.
Coronavirus case rates among schoolchildren in England have reached a new record high, according to the latest government data.
Some European countries are seeing a resurgence in COVID-19, with the continent's eastern nations hampered by widespread vaccine hesitancy.
Barbados has elected its first-ever president as it takes the first steps to becoming a republic.
The UK has recorded another 52,009 new COVID cases and 115 virus-related deaths, the latest daily figures show.
A 25-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
Warner Bros has called Ruby Rose's scathing allegations against it a "revisionist history", after the star claimed there was toxic behaviour on the set of Batwoman.
Comedian Judi Love has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not take part in Strictly Come Dancing this weekend, the BBC has said.
The UK's next Eurovision act will be chosen by a music management company, after it came last with the dreaded "nil points" in the 2021 contest, the BBC has said.
Staff at Netflix's headquarters in Hollywood have staged a walkout in protest at the release of a controversial special by the stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle.
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