Press Association Episodes
A look at how the sporting calendar has been affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The 149th Open Championship has been cancelled but 2020's three other men's golf majors have been rescheduled because of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick pays tribute to Prime Minister Boris Johnson while attending a police raid in London. Mr Johnson was moved to intensive care at London's St Thomas' hospital on Monday evening due to persistent coronavirus sym...
The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
Dominic Raab will take charge of the Government's response to the coronavirus crisis after the Prime Minister was transferred to intensive care. Boris Johnson was admitted to am ICU ward in a London hospital on Monday night after his Covid-19 sym...
A look at the pop-up hospitals around the country that are being built to help deal with the surge in demand for care due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brian Belovitch, now 63, transitioned to female at 19 years old. During his time as a woman he worked as showgirl in New York in clubs in the '70s and early '80s. But life wasn't as glamorous as it seemed, as he battled with drug and alcohol abus...
The first full moon after the spring equinox will make the celestial body appear larger and brighter over three days. It will be most visible in the early hours of April 8.
The Scottish Events Campus (SEC) in Glasgow is being converted into a temporary hospital which will house up to 1,000 Covid-19 patients. The facility is expected to open with 300 beds in mid-April.
Dominic Raab is now stepping up to act as de facto prime minister with Boris Johnson in intensive care. Here's a look at his political career so far.
Dominic Raab will step up where necessary with the Prime Minister in intensive care. He says that Boris Johnson is in "safe hands" at St Thomas' Hospital.
Politicians of all parties flood send their regards for Boris Johnson after he is moved into intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsen. Jeremy Corbyn, David Cameron and Nigel Farage are among those who wish the prime minister well.
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, Downing Street has confirmed. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will "deputise where necessary", a Number 10 spokesman said.