NEWS FOR 15/06/2021 (Tuesday the 15th of June, 2021 - 6:59:47am bst)
MPs call for people to see 'true freedom again' as PM extends restrictions
Posted on Monday, 14/06/2021, 10:23:00pm bst
The public must "see true freedom again", a former Conservative minister has said, as the government delayed lockdown easing in England for four weeks until 19 July.
'Love does conquer all, doesn't it?': Terminally ill bride to get her COVID-delayed wedding
Posted on Monday, 14/06/2021, 11:38:00pm bst
Kat and Phil Southwell, are once again tweaking their wedding plans.
Nothing appears to have changed in the data - so why has the roadmap been delayed?
Posted on Monday, 14/06/2021, 8:52:00pm bst
UK-Oz free trade deal agreed by countries' PMs, says Australia's trade minister
Posted on Monday, 14/06/2021, 10:51:00pm bst
A UK-Australia free trade deal has been agreed between the countries' prime ministers, Australia's minister for trade has said.
NHS England to launch Long COVID services for children
Posted on Tuesday, 15/06/2021, 12:42:00am bst
The NHS is launching Long COVID services for children, as concerns grow about the number of young people experiencing long-term symptoms.
Supermarket worker shot and killed by customer after argument over face masks
Posted on Tuesday, 15/06/2021, 1:33:00am bst
A supermarket worker has been killed and three other people injured after she was shot by a customer following an argument about face masks.
Family of investigator killed with axe hope for answers as long-awaited report due
Posted on Monday, 14/06/2021, 5:28:00pm bst
The brother of murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan is hopeful his family will finally get some answers in their three decade-long fight for the truth surrounding the killing.
Even heroes need encouragement: The sci-fi game shining a spotlight on mental health
Posted on Monday, 14/06/2021, 4:26:00pm bst
There has been a worldwide focus on mental health in recent years, with awareness campaigns attracting royal and political support - particularly during the pandemic.
Woman falls from cliff near popular beach spot of Durdle Door
Posted on Tuesday, 15/06/2021, 2:53:00am bst
A woman has died after falling from a cliff at Man O'War beach near Durdle Door, Dorset.
'Worrying' figures show 10,000 fewer people starting breast cancer treatment
Posted on Tuesday, 15/06/2021, 4:53:00am bst
Around 10,000 fewer breast cancer patients have started treatment in England over the past year, according Cancer Research UK.
Covid: Ministers confident restrictions will end on 19 July
Posted on Tuesday, 15/06/2021, 5:07:56am bst
Covid restrictions will remain in England until 19 July, but some Tory MPs fear it could be longer.