Professor Andrew Pollard also said that cases of people being reinfected with the COVID-19 virus had to be closely monitored to ensure the effectiveness of a vaccine.
Up to half a million people could be made homeless without the eviction ban across the U.K.
The two Islamic State suspects previously admitted playing a role in the kidnap of U.S. aid worker Kayla Mueller, who was tortured and sexually assaulted before her death in 2015.
Arseniy Neskhodimov has been announced as the winner of this year's Wellcome Photography prize for his Prozac series which explores his own experiences with depression.
This has left minicab drivers, they suggest, needing to work "14 or 15 hours a day" for "six days a week" to make enough money to support their families.
Public Health England (PHE), the body which was responsible for leading much of the response to COVID-19, will be replaced by a new unit that deals just with pandemics.
Students were going to have their results decided by an algorithm which has now been scrapped after complaints.
The CEO of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance says President Putin's claim to have found a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus needs to be studied.
The vaccine is not coming as soon as some think and Russia has questions to answer about whether its version can work, vaccine CEO says.
Nearly 40 percent of A-level grades were lowered under an algorithm used by the exams regulator after students were unable to sit their exams.
Those needing to relieve themselves by the side of the road will now be able to find trowels near 90 lay-bys.
As students have their grades decided by algorithms and face the prospect of no parties and cancelled classes, is university still worth it during a pandemic?
If there is no price too high for a successful vaccine, does that change if you've already paid for 100 unsuccessful ones?
Keeley Bunker's body was found dumped face down in park by her uncle during a search involving friends, family and the police.
France and Turkey have both seen rises of over 1,000 COVID-19 cases in a day, sparking fears of a second wave of the virus.
Hate crimes against Muslims have increased by 40 percent online during the months of March to June, compared to the same period last year, according to a charity.
U.K. government attempts to limit the spread of the virus would have proved more successful if it had not made the "serious mistake" of failing to impose quarantine restrictions on international arrivals.
Ricardas Puisys, 35, disappeared in September 2015 without a trace, leading to a major search and murder inquiry.
McDonald's, Burger King, Five Guys and over 70,000 other restaurants begin to offer a 50 percent discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks in August.
Ambassador Liu Xiaoming said China's criminal law does not target specific ethnic groups or religions.
Charlie Elphicke, 49, has been convicted by a jury of one count of sexual assault in 2007, and two further counts against a second woman in 2016.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock rejected claims the government has overreacted to the prospects of a second wave and said it had to stop it reaching British shores.
Fiona Lamdin, who is white, was reporting on what police say was a racially motivated hit-and-run attack on an NHS worker in the city of Bristol.
Boris Johnson is reported to be "extremely concerned" by outbreaks "bubbling up", both at home and abroad.
Developers are promising "one of the most exciting entertainment destinations in the world" if it opens as scheduled in 2024.
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission currently has no black commissioners, despite being the UK's equalities watchdog, and former commissioners who were black or from another ethnic minority say their voices were unwelcome.