UK finance minister Rishi Sunak announced the support on March 20, vowing to reimburse 80% of workers’ wage costs to a cap of £2,500 per month, backdated to March 1, 2020. The scheme sees employees put on temporary leave, called being furloughed.
A governmental advisory body said a two-week postponement would "halve" the risk to primary and secondary school children, the ones expected to return to school first.
The UK government has pledged to scrap a healthcare surcharge for foreign NHS and care workers - although other migrants will still see an increase to their fees.
Before he became prime minister, Boris Johnson had promised businesses in Northern Ireland they would face "no forms, no checks, no barriers."
Medical detection dogs already have a successful history catching the presence of malaria and certain types of cancers in humans.
Controversial new legislation introduced to the British parliament seeks to increase sentencing and monitoring for terrorism offences.
On Thursday 21 May, the Art World Records project that Seb Blanc, Rob and I have launched is aiming to break the world record for largest online art lesson.
Why is London's Trafalgar Square covered in children's shoes this week?
Nadene had her baby through surrogacy in Ukraine and got stuck there after the borders closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. She tells Euronews about her new family’s epic first weeks.
Euronews hears from a mother, father and daughter all taking part in an Oxford University coronavirus vaccine trial.
On Monday, club shareholders voted unanimously to return to small group training on Tuesday, in a first step towards resuming competition.
A far shave? Our British reporter tests the limits of coronavirus travel checks – and explores the fringe benefits of France's open salons.
How hard is it to socially-distance on a construction site? Easier than you'd think.
Alderney's entire population was evacuated in 1940 as Adolf Hitler's forces closed in. What happened next is still largely a mystery.
In April, all court cases brought under the Coronavirus Act in the UK were withdrawn.
A controversial vote to abandon the 2019-20 season had angered several clubs, leading to calls for an independent investigation.
London's public transport received a government bailout that Mayor Sadiq Khan said wasn't the deal he wanted. Who is really going to pay for this bailout?
London Mayor Sadiq Khan warned on Thursday morning that services would have to be cut if the government didn't provide emergency funding for the capital's public transport system, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
What will happen when we emerge into the post-coronavirus world? Will these often invasive technological powers be de-escalated when the threat has passed? Or will they be held in place under the pretence of public protection?
A new genetic research project aims to identify and ultimately protect those most at risk from the current and potential future waves of COVID-19
She led 5,000 kids onto the roads in protest, now Noga Levy-Rapoport is trying to reform the education system.
The institution's funding primarily derives from ticket sales. British theatres and cinemas do not yet know when they'll be able to reopen.
"The whole response has been disjointed and this quarantine proposal is no different in that at all stages the government has followed on behind and played catch up,” Professor Gabriel Scally tells Euronews.
Lockdown loosening measures for England are in place from today despite criticIsms that the rules remain confusing and may endanger the lower-paid. It comes as the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer extends the furlough scheme until October.
Fisheries remain one of the main bones of contention during the EU-UK negotiations, putting the entire post-Brexit compromise at risk. Game theory suggests two styles of negotiation: collaboration or blame-game, but which approach will prevail?
The Independent SAGE group says the UK government should be doing more to suppress COVID-19 rather than simply managing its spread.