From healthcare to foreign aid, Chancellor Rishi Sunak reveals his plan for spending taxpayers' money amid the grim economic backdrop of the pandemic.
Stronger restrictions are expected to stay in place until Christmas when the U.K. hopes to see rules relaxed.
Britain has ordered 40 million doses of Pfizer's COVID vaccine, with hospital staff preparing to administer it to those most at risk by December.
Data collected over almost 20 years showed the biggest difference was found in hip fractures, where the risk in vegans was 2.3 times higher than in people who ate meat.
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen hailed 'better progress' in post-Brexit trade negotiations.
The British prime minister has rejected a finding that Home Secretary Priti Patel broke ministerial rules by bullying civil servants.
Strict restrictions that have closed businesses and banned gatherings across Europe appear to be working - but COVID deaths are still worryingly high.
Rebekah Vardy is seeking damages for libel against Coleen Rooney at the High Court in London.
Doctors say COVID rules could be relaxed over the holiday season in the U.K. - but the government insists "no decisions have been made."
Child rapist Richard Huckle, known as one of Britain's worst pedophiles, was attacked in his prison cell.
Billions of pounds spent and tens of thousands of jobs created according to the U.K.'s new Green Industrial Revolution - but how far does it actually go to tackle climate change?
Students have warned that the mental health of those living at university during the pandemic will deteriorate during a second COVID lockdown.
Cases of COVID-19 were circulating in Italy as early as September 2019, the National Cancer Institute in Milan says.
Boris Johnson will spend the next 14 days holed up in his flat at Downing Street at a crucial time for the United Kingdom.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has accused fighters from the Tigray People's Liberation Front of the mass killing.
Health officials in Naples are investigating after a video was posted on social media showing the dead body of a man sprawled in a hospital toilet. (Warning: Graphic images in story)
Last-minute trips to see friends and family before a four-week lockdown came into force across England may have led to a rise in cases, data suggests.
Peter Sutcliffe, the serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper, has died in hospital, a Prison Service spokesman said.
Analysts say Donald Trump's refusal to concede defeat to president-elect Joe Biden is a "minor problem".
Boris Johnson's director of communications and closest aide Lee Cain has quit amid rumors of internal tensions at Downing Street.
More than 782,000 people in the U.K. have lost their jobs during the pandemic and economists warn "we're not out of the woods yet".
The data released by Pfizer was delivered in a news release and the initial finding of more than 90 percent efficacy could still change.
It had been rumored the president-elect may speak with Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron before taking the British PM's call.
The beheadings have been linked to Islamic State and are the latest in a series of gruesome attacks carried out by extremists in the country.
"We are a top second-rank power but, over the next half-century our small size and population make it likely we will be passed by the growth of other, far larger, countries."
"We absolutely cannot rely on this as a solution. The biggest mistake we could make now would be to slacken our resolve at such a critical moment."
More than 50 million people have been infected with COVID-19 worldwide following record numbers of new cases in several countries.
The police watchdog in the U.K. has opened an investigation into the death of a 57-year-old man who was shot after officers were called to a street fight.
As Joe Biden takes the lead over Donald Trump in key battleground states, the rest of the world is watching on.
Activists welcomed the prison sentence but said police racism "won't disappear by punishing individual officers".