London's 'hot summer' continues as police confront revellers for the second consecutive weekend.
New transport legislation comes into effect in the UK on Saturday, marking the way for the introduction of e-scooters. Europe has long had this mode of transport on its streets - so what can the Brits learn from this?
The EU is encouraging nations around the world to band together when it comes to buying a vaccine in order to stop prices inflating due to huge competition.
Arrivals to England from a number of countries will be exempted from quarantine requirements from July 10, paving the way for Britons to enjoy a summer holiday abroad.
The British government is under pressure to clarify plans to exempt arrivals from some countries from quarantine rules and allow Britons to travel abroad.
The legislation brings to an end rules which have helped millions of EU citizens live and work in the UK, and will instead give equal rights to people from outside the bloc.
York Minster told Euronews it has not received "a single complaint" about the statue of the Roman emperor.
The UK Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab made statements on Hong Kong in parliament on Wednesday.
One British man built his own pub out of second-hand materials, so neighbours can enjoy a beer in the sun.
Nearly one in three of easyJet’s pilots in the UK could be facing losing their jobs, as the budget carrier considers closing bases at three airports in the country.
The UK is set to join a number of its European neighbours in allowing rental e-scooters on roads.
Boris Johnson delivers a speech outlining his government's plans for nationwide economic recovery after lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The UK government has confirmed lockdown measures to combat the spread of coronavirus will not be lifted in Leicester, and stricter measures will be imposed to tackle the number of cases being reported in the area.
The UK government has reportedly recommended extending Leicester's lockdown amid a spike in cases. But the city's mayor is not convinced.
The British royals are both keen advocates of ethical fashion, but which are the labels they wear most?
The UK culture secretary's plan to reopen theatres has been criticised.
Parents voicing their concerns over the quality of their children's education have pushed the Scottish Government to change course over re-opening schools part-time.
Brits are eagerly awaiting a government announcement on Monday which could save summer holidays following the coronavirus pandemic.
He died after he was shot by armed officers on Friday. Six other people are in hospital, including a police officer, who is in a "critical but stable condition".
A designer has created a series of biodegradable burial garments to make funerals more eco-friendly.
Liverpool have won their first title in 30 years.
Long-Bailey, who was a Corbyn ally, said on Twitter: "In no way was my retweet an intention to endorse every part of the article."
Campaigners say beaches and seas across southern England are becoming littered with discarded medical equipment used to protect against coronavirus.
Local authorities in Bournemouth have also declared a "major incident" after thousands of people were pictured on local beaches on Wednesday.
“Words cannot express the horror and the fear that his actions have brought upon us and our son," the child's parents said.
Swissport Western Europe, which operates at London airports Heathrow and Gatwick, said in a statement that it had to reduce its staff size to survive the coronavirus crisis.