The death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, has sparked protests in the U.S. and the entire world, including in cities across the U.K.
More than 1 million people have signed a petition calling for the Prime Minister to sack his Chief Advisor over the trips he made during the lockdown.
Taitusi Ratucaucau, a Commonwealth-born veteran, who served bravely and honourably for more than ten years in the British army has been told he must pay more than £27,000 for NHS hospital bills after an emergency operation to remove a brain tumour.
The UK Government has set out plans to send children back to school in England on 1st June. England is the only UK nation to set a date for schools to reopen.
New research suggests almost half of workers believe they will spend less time in offices as a result of the coronavirus crisis, with many workers worried about being unable to practise social distancing.
Heroic frontline nurses and carers across the UK are putting their lives on the line to protect the most vulnerable in the fight against the Coronavirus. Every Thursday, people across the nation show their pride and support in NHS staff and carers by applauding their bravery.
The Coronavirus outbreak has so far taken the lives of 69 heroic NHS workers. The UK Government is facing criticism for not taking part in the EU bulk-buying PPE scheme for the purchase of ventilators, masks, gowns, gloves, goggles, testing kits and other PPE for NHS staff.
The UK travel industry, employing hundreds of thousands of people, has been severely impacted by the Coronavirus. Domestic tourism and international leisure travel have effectively halted as a result of the lockdown measures.
As of 12th April, 19 heroic NHS workers have died with coronavirus. Every Thursday, people across the nation show their appreciation to NHS staff and carers by taking to their doorstep to clap and applaud their heroism.