The government has drawn up a list of at least 50 countries and overseas territories that people can travel to and from England without quarantine restrictions.
1,900 jobs are set to be axed, with most of the closures affecting the Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia chains.
Depp is suing Newsgroup Newspapers for an article that alleged he was violent towards ex-wife Amber Heard, a claim he strongly denies.
The University of Oxford study leader said the vaccine could offer better protection than "naturally-acquired immunity".
Unless the U.K. reaches a deal with the E.U. by December 31, it will be left to trade with the European bloc on World Trade Organization rules.
The movement has been criticized over its comments on "defending the police" and criticizm of Israel.
The girl was found by emergency services at a property along with a 35-year-old woman who is in hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Nearly two million homes in Britain don't have internet access, it has been reported, making home-schooling nearly impossible.
The prime minister vowed to "build build build" as he looks to stimulate the economy following the COVID-19 lockdown
The city of Leicester has accounted for 10% of all positive COVID-19 cases in the country over the past week.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has warned that unless there is a "good reason" as to why children are absent from school in September, families will be fined.
The prime minister vowed there would be no return to austerity as he set out plans to invest in infrastructure projects to boost the economy.
First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has asked the public to avoid the area as police deal with an "ongoing incident".
The court heard that the boy still requires round-the-clock care and is lucky to be alive following the incident.
Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer is taking a tough line on antisemitism as an investigation into other allegations is carried out.
Pavita Cooper held a fundraising event for a Conservative MP attended by George Osborne and did not mention it to the Equalities and Human Rights Commission.
The Metropolitan Police said 4 arrests have been made after 15 police officers were injured as they tried to break up an unlicensed music event.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer criticized Boris Johnson over the government's efforts to produce a working coronavirus contact tracing app.
There is a "real risk" of a second wave of COVID-19 and warnings of a renewed outbreak in the winter.
"They've all been away from each other, their friendships might change, their teachers will have changed, some kids are in new schools, a whole raft of change is coming in September alongside the anxiety of the virus."
Those from BAME backgrounds are at greater risk of death, as well as severe symptoms after contracting the virus.
Cecil Rhodes founded the De Beers diamond company, which at one point had monopoly over the diamond trade.
A 17-year-old girl told Newsweek that her family viewed her as a burden and she should get married now she no longer had exams.
General de Gaulle made an appeal from London to inspire the French resistance to keep fighting against the Nazi occupation.
Dame Vera Lynn's songs proved hugely popular during World War II, as she traveled to soldiers in India and Burma.
Augustine Tanner-Ihm was told that he was not the right match for the "monochrome white working class" parishioners of the church.
The prime minister car was involved in a minor crash with a security vehicle after a protester ran in front of the vehicle he was travelling in.
After more than a three-month break following a nationwide lockdown to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League returns to action.