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Hundreds of UK-bound migrants rescued from sea in just four days
It suggests the UK's ambition of sending asylum seekers to Rwanda is not deterring migrants from trying to cross the English Channel.
Paddleboarders scared to fall into the 'green soup' of this UK lake
The Lake District's biggest lake could be on the verge of "ecological collapse" due to algal blooms linked to sewage pollution.
France and parts of England experience driest July on record
The low rainfall in both countries has been coupled with a summer of unprecedentedly high temperatures, which topped 40 degrees Celsius in England in July for the first time ever.
England's Lionesses celebrate their Euro 2022 triumph
England's football heroines celebrate their Euro 2022 victory in front of thousands of fans in central London.
England celebrates women's Euro 2022 victory
In London, thousands of fans gather in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the women's victory at Euro 2022.
England beat Germany in thrilling Euro 2022 final
The final at Wembley was seen by a record number of spectators as the action went to extra time.
Euro 2022: Clash of the Titans as England take on Germany in final
The two top sides in this year's tournament will face off in Sunday evening's final at Wembley Stadium in London.
LEGOLAND unveils England Lionesses miniatures for Euro final
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort has unveiled its version of England's women's football team ahead of Sunday's European Championship final against Germany. Do the miniatures match-up for the big occasion?
Oldest shipwreck in English waters given government protection
The survival of the 13th-century Mortar Wreck, which was carrying gothic Purbeck stone gravestones, is extremely rare.
Cornish: The minority language that needs more speakers
Cornish is spoken by around 600 people in the UK. Although there's only a handful of people who still know it, it's history predates the English language.
Meet the Scots who have changed their minds on independence
Feelings of 'betrayal', Brexit, and Westminster scandals have turned these Scots away from supporting their centuries-long union with England.
Drones to fly chemotherapy drugs in ‘world first’ UK trial
Drones will deliver essential chemotherapy drugs in half an hour to patients on the Isle of Wight, as part of a new trial in England.
Prince William shows off his football skills
Prince William showed off his football skills on Wednesday when he joined the England women's football team at a training session at St George's Park in Burton-upon-Trent.
Thousands gather for record picnic to celebrate Queen's Jubilee
Thousands of people gathered for the Big Jubilee Lunch on The Long Walk in Windsor as part of Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee celebrations
Watch this incredible footage of a jetpack-flying medic
This is the first time a Great North Air Ambulance paramedic has flown a jet suit up a mountain in the UK’s Lake District.
'Counting Dracula': Vampire gathering in England smashes world-record
A total of 1,369 people dressed as vampires gathered in the grounds of Whitby Abbey in England, to set a new world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as the ghoulish character, breaking the previous record of 1,039 set in 2011.
World's first successful double hand transplant for scleroderma performed in UK
Five months on, the patient is hoping to get back to work after 13 years with the debilitating condition.
Johnson: New 'partygate' photos emerge, as PM awaits official report
The latest pictures from inside Downing Street appear to show the prime minister raising a glass at a party on a date he told parliament there had been none.
Prince Andrew stripped of Freedom of the City of York honour
Local councillors unanimously voted to strip the Duke of York of the honour on Wednesday.
St. George's Day: Morris dance tradition finds a new female rhythm
A revival of English cultural heritage traditions after WWII saw Morris dancing's popularity reach a peak in the 1960 -- and it's gaining new fans in the 21st century.
George the dragon slayer: Europe's most multicultural patron saint
The patron saint has been depicted in countless works of art, and the date of his martyrdom is celebrated in many European countries.
Hadrian's Wall brewers create 'Anti-Imperial Stout' for Ukraine
A collective of master brewers in Northumberland, where the UK's first beer-maker's presence was recorded in 122AD, have co-developed a beetroot-flavoured ale that packs a punch - with all proceeds going to the Red Cross.
Cities of Culture: What happens to candidates that don't get the vote?
The UK’s City of Culture contest recently announced its latest entrants. But thriving Sunderland venue Pop Recs proves winning isn’t everything.
Fancy an English staycation? Here are 5 hotels to book as soon you can
You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into Downton with a stay at one of these truly English properties.
Meet the woman making a Bayeux Tapestry replica on her own
Often working for ten hours a day, Hansson is stitching at a rate of six metres a year and is halfway through the 68 metre 11th Century replica.
Climate change threatens Hadrian's Wall treasures in England
Archaeologists say the rise in temperatures is a danger to a vast number of undiscovered Roman artefacts.