COVID-19: AstraZeneca denies ‘stockpile’ claims, saying 29m vaccine doses found in factory are for...
AstraZeneca has hit back after claims of a stockpile of 29 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine at a factory near Rome, saying the jabs are for the EU and developing countries.
A judge has ruled that a Scottish government ban on church worship during lockdown was unconstitutional, disproportionate and an interference with human rights.
Plans to overhaul the UK's asylum system will seek to break the business model of people smugglers, the home secretary has said.
The cast of the Glee will reunite next month, six years after its final episode aired.
Robert Jenrick has threatened to send in appointed commissioners to run parts of Liverpool City Council after its "multiple apparent failures".
Tesla's chief executive Elon Musk has said that the company will now be directly accepting Bitcoin from consumers wishing to purchase cars.
Police are looking for a man who exposed himself to a woman during the vigil for Sarah Everard in south London.
The European Commission is calling for tougher controls on COVID-19 vaccine exports to Britain and other areas with much higher vaccination rates.
The John Lewis Partnership has revealed plans to close a further eight stores, leaving 1,465 jobs under threat.
A new agency aimed at responding to future health threats has been announced by the government.