With many people in England unable to book COVID-19 tests, private clinics offering them have seen a "spike" in demand, with tests costing patients as much as £350 ($450) and earning private doctors, in some cases, millions in revenue.
Official figures show a spike in new cases and a "pinch" in being able to get tests after lockdown was eased.
On Monday, 2,948 COVID-19 cases were recorded, prompting warnings from the country's scientists that people had "relaxed too much".
The owl left his home after flying around and perching in his lounge for at least six hours.
There's nothing we want less on our nightstand than a snake.
Some of the most vulnerable women in society face the choice of either working in dangerous conditions or starvation, they say.
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.
Neve was predicted A* A* A by her teachers and as her requirement for Cambridge was A* A A, we knew she would have been fine, had she been able to take the exams. The results Neve received through the English government's system were A*A B.
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.
People in England will have to wear a face mask from July 24 if they are visiting shops and supermarkets or face a £100 fine.
The statue of Jen Reid was placed on the Colston plinth yesterday but has now been removed by Bristol council.
Many pubs had a very disappointing weekend in sales and even those "happy" with the weekend had sales half of usual numbers.
The new rules and guidelines come into effect on July 10 and will only apply to people who are traveling to and from England and who have a permanent residence in England.
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 iconic Stonehenge monument in England was built around 4,500 years ago by farmers and herders who considered the solstice to be a significant occasion.
After more than a three-month break following a nationwide lockdown to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League returns to action.
Millions will be able to hug each other for the first time since the nationwide lockdown was imposed on March 23 in a bid to stop the spread of the virus.
The U.K.'s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said fines could be issued for those refusing to comply with the guidelines.
Primark said there would be limits on the number of customers allowed in the stores to keep to social distancing guidelines.
Police officers also seized over 100 weapons and closed nearly 140 deal lines, numbers linked to unique phone numbers which are used by people to buy drugs.
Rob Slight, 29, who lives in in Orkney, Scotland, said the timing was "ideal" because he had been furloughed from work due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Almost half of those questioned believe the idea that "COVID-19 is a bioweapon developed by China to destroy the West".
"It is despicable to think they would try and exploit the current situation in this way," a Border Force director said.
While it's unclear whether the newborn also has coronavirus, she is reportedly being cared for while the nurse's surviving widower continues to self-isolate.
The second season of the show takes in some of the most picturesque locations in England and Wales.
We may think tattooing is a modern phenomenon, but the reasons for its popularity are not dissimilar to those seen in the prisons and convict ships of the Victorian era.
An English conservation group responded angrily to the news that three baby seals died after people refused to heed the warnings of experts who suggested they should not interact with the animals.