Charlie Elphicke faces one count of sexual assault in 2007 and two further counts against a second woman in 2016.
The U.K. condemned a new security law in Hong Kong and has offered visas to millions of Hong Kong citizens.
Carol Oldfield's home in Derbyshire, U.K. filled with white smoke after the 74-year-old put a pan of the wrong oil on her cooker, turned it on and then fell asleep.
Total losses for the U.K.'s university sector could be up to £19 billion and could lead to some institutions closing.
"Great news that the pubs are opening this weekend, right? Do you know who is happiest? #Coronavirus," the Sheffield City Council tweeted.
The two beavers, known as Woody and Willow, have been building vital flood defences in Essex and have now had two babies known as kits.
He said that "he didn't believe in gestures" and also that police officers who had decided to take the knee may have been "bullied" into it by protesters.
This announcement comes one day before "Super Saturday," when pubs, restaurants and cinemas are set to open in England for the first time since lockdown began.
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.
The U.S. has announced sanctions on Chinese officials while the U.K. has set out a path for Hong Kongers to leave the territory and settle in Britain.
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.
Religious freedom is under siege in Europe.
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.
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.
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.
Authorities in Aberdeen, Scotland, condemned the racist messages spray-painted onto two bus stops and a storefront window Thursday morning.
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.
No, those aren't pictures of Nessie. It's most likely a large catfish swimming around Loch Ness.
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.
This marks the biggest group of changes since the COVID-19 lockdown began on March 23, with the "new normal" beginning to take shape.
The U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. confirmed that an American man was killed in the Reading terror attack. The victim was named by CBS Philly as Joe Ritchie-Bennett.
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.
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.
"For too long, Britain's aid has been seen as a giant cashpoint in the sky," the prime minister told the House of Commons