A defiant Boris Johnson is clinging on to power, insisting he won't quit even if his enemies in the Tory party force a vote of confidence in his leadership
Work from home guidance, COVID passports and mandatory wearing of face masks are being scrapped in England, as Boris Johnson announced the lifting of Plan B measures.
Online daters have been warned about the dangers of fake celebrity profiles after a woman was duped out of thousands of pounds by a romance fraudster posing as Hollywood star Nicolas Cage.
Sky News analysis of new data shows that it is becoming increasingly difficult to buy a home, especially for people in the parts of the country on the lowest incomes.
The Omicron variant of coronavirus is "in retreat" and England is in the "next chapter" of its fight against the virus, the health secretary has said.
prosecutions for child sexual abuse have dropped by around a half in four years, Research by the NSPCC suggests.
Bury South MP Christian Wakeford has said defecting from the Conservatives to Labour was "the most difficult decision I have ever had to make".
Tracey Emin has asked for her artwork to be removed from 10 Downing Street due to the "shameful" alleged parties held during lockdown.
Emmanuel Macron has called on the UK government to tackle migrant crossings in the Channel by creating "legal, safe routes" to Britain.
Seven post boxes have been stolen from remote and rural areas of Suffolk in around 10 days - with police believing they could be viewed as attractive for their resale value as antiques.