Calls for a date to be set, for a long awaited summit on preventing major floods, are being made by the Sheffield City Region Mayor, Dan Jarvis.
Pubs and bars in England are ignoring COVID-19 guidance, potentially putting public health at risk, a Sky News investigation has found.
Exam results in Scotland that were downgraded by a controversial moderation process will be withdrawn, the Scottish education secretary has announced.
The parents of Stephen Lawrence have said they are "sad" and "disappointed" that the investigation into their son's murder has been shelved by police.
Sky News has witnessed several boats of migrants crossing the English Channel in one morning, with a group cheering "UK" as they headed towards Britain.
Britain is to be officially declared in recession for the first time since the financial crash with figures set to show the COVID-19 crisis triggered a record economic slump.
Coronavirus has broken out again in New Zealand after more than 100 days and prompted the country's government to put its largest city into strict lockdown.
Belarus is facing one of the biggest political crises in its post-Soviet history, after its presidential election triggered widespread protests.
Police have arrested 17 people after raiding what is thought to be the largest cocaine factory ever found in the Netherlands.
Russia has become the first country in the world to approve a coronavirus vaccine, Vladimir Putin has announced, amid concerns the process was rushed for political purposes.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the world has reached 20 million.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a challenging time for the movie industry after lockdown measures led to the closure of cinemas around the world.
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger say they are "beyond thrilled" and "extremely blessed" after welcoming their first child together.
Kelly Clarkson is replacing Simon Cowell on America's Got Talent while the British star recovers from a broken back.
The family of Tiger King star Carole Baskin's former husband, who disappeared in 1997, are offering a $100,000 (£76,000) reward for information to help find out what happened to him.
The UK's first dedicated socially distanced music venue launches in Newcastle on Tuesday.
A £2.3m roundabout that prioritises cyclists and pedestrians over motorists has been forced to close for three nights after a car crashed - the day before its opening ceremony.
A Church of England vicar is using chopsticks to give bread to parishioners during Holy Communion while adhering to coronavirus safety protocols.
A pair of Mahatma Gandhi's glasses are going under the hammer after they were discovered in an envelope hanging halfway out of an auction house's letterbox for two days.
Egyptian experts have hit back at Elon Musk after the SpaceX founder tweeted about a conspiracy theory that aliens built the pyramids.
A kitten had to be rescued from three vehicles in one day after it kept climbing into engines in Norfolk.