The blood test determines, via the presence of antibodies, whether a person has already had COVID-19.
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.
Celebrations for St George's Day are low key in a normal year. They are inevitably even quieter during a coronavirus lockdown.
Britain's diplomatic mission in Brussels sent an employee out early on Saturday to change the building's nameplate to read "UK Mission to the European Union", signalling its new non-member status.
Channeling Dickensian nostalgia is fun for some, but there is simply no reason to crown the foods of Victorian England the go-to reference point for Christmastime cooking.
Hillsborough football disaster police chief found not guilty
Severe flood warnings have been issued in England as flooding continues to force people from their homes
Two second-half tries saw South Africa accelerate away from England to win the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
'Disheartened, but not surprised': Football world reacts to Bulgaria's punishment for racism
England players fanned out across the pitch as the All Blacks delivered the traditional challenge, but rules say they must not cross the halfway line.
UEFA also fined Bulgaria €75,000 for the sustained racist behaviour exhibited during the Euro 2020 qualifier against England
The All Blacks will not feature in the final for the first time in 12 years.
New Zealand will face England in next Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi-finals after the All Blacks pummelled a flat Ireland 46-14 in Saturday's last-eight clash in Tokyo.
England beat Australia to win through to the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup for the first time in 12 years.
A Euro 2020 qualifier between England and Bulgaria was temporarily halted on two occasions on Thursday evening after racist chants were heard from the stands.
"if the conker that you've got is harder than the other guy's, you've won," said a former champion.
Fourteen of those detained were foreigners, police said, adding that the arrest could not be made "without the use of coercive means."
Of the three matches scheduled to take place on Saturday, only one — Ireland vs Samoa — will go on as planned while England's match against France and the clash between New Zealand and Italy have been cancelled.
In only a very short stint in Number 10, Boris Johnson has managed to wreak several shades of havoc – even a constitutional crisis – yet his persona seems to deflect and defuse animosity. How?
Boris Johnson was told to reopen parliament by a heckler spoke at the Convention of the North in Rotherham
Contenders wrestle in 20,000 gallons of traditional Lancashire gravy in two-minute bouts. The food fight, which raises money for charity, began in 2007.
Ben Stokes leads England to a sensational one-wicket victory over Australia to tie The Ashes series
Landmark Didcot cooling towers destroyed in controlled explosion
Andrew Harper died after attending the scene in Berkshire, west of London, at around 11.30 pm local time (00.30 CEST) on Thursday, say Thames Valley Police.
"We really avoid any sporting tests. We are testing gentlemanly skills, not sporting skills."
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