The BAFTA TV Awards were held virtually this year with the Sky Atlantic drama Chernobyl coming out on top.
Everything you need to know about how coronavirus restrictions have changed following Friday's announcement and which areas are affected.
Trump badly miscalculated in Portland – and even he knows it. Trump overestimated how much voters fear ‘antifa’ - and underestimated how terrible his ham-fisted authoritarianism would look
Newly unsealed court documents in the defamation lawsuit between Ghislaine Maxwell and alleged victim Virginia Giuffre reveal claims that Bill Clinton visited Jeffrey Epstein's island along with "two young girls".The documents were from a now-settled defamation lawsuit filed by one of Epstein’s alleged victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
The government has reported the highest daily number of coronavirus cases in more than a month - as a quarantine for arrivals from Luxembourg was announced. A total of 846 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Thursday, the highest UK total since 28 June (901 cases). The 14-day self-isolation requirement for arrivals from Luxembourg has been reintroduced across the UK from midnight on Thursday following a rise in cases in the country.
Defending champion Judd Trump has told title rival Ronnie O’Sullivan he should join qualifier Anthony Hamilton in withdrawing from this year’s World Snooker Championship if he harbours genuine coronavirus concerns.Hamilton, a chronic asthmatic, pulled out on Thursday citing health fears, following O’Sullivan’s claim that the sport’s top stars are being treated like “lab rats” over the decision to allow a limited of number of spectators into the tournament.
A Conservative MP has blamed immigrants, Muslims and ethnic minorities for a new spike in coronavirus cases.Craig Whittaker, MP for the Calder Valley, said the "vast majority" of people breaking social distancing rules were from the BAME community and that minorities were not taking the pandemic seriously.
English beaches packed despite Covid-19 social distancing plea. Tens of thousands descend on south coast on hottest day of the year
Johnson’s statement on Friday afternoon followed the imposition of new restrictions on parts of England to quell potential new outbreaks.
You might have noticed Kylie Jenner has a new Instagram sidekick: Anastasia Karanikolaou, who also goes by the name Stassie or Stassie Baby on social media.Jenner took to social media to share a “fun fact” about the pair, who have been friends since childhood. Posing in matching nude corseted bodysuits and sunglasses, Jenner wrote, “we’ve been twinning since we were in middle school. we used to never leave the house unless we had a matching outfit on 🤣😍... so get ready for a lifetime of more twin pics.”
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'China is powerful now': Beijing's aggressive global stance sparks wave of nationalismAs China comes under attack abroad, nationalist sentiment at home is being stoked – at the expense of other voices
Face coverings will be mandatory in indoor settings where people are likely to come into contact with people they do not know, such as museums, places of worship and cinemas, from August 8.
Divers in Thessaloniki are seen retrieving dozens of electric scooters that have been thrown into the sea by locals. Footage from July 31 shows authorities pulling numerous scooters out from the sea one by one. According to the divers, there were abandoned scooters every 5 metres on the seabed. The electric scooters pose a harmful threat for the local sea life as the batteries and electric parts dissolve and pass into the food chain. According to reports, the same issue has occurred in parts of North America and France with locals dumping the electric scooters in bodies of water.
Ghislaine Maxwell trained underage girls as sex slaves, documents allege. Unsealed testimony from 2015 case reveals series of claims about British socialite’s role in Epstein sex-trafficking ring
Riots could sweep the UK if authorities do not reduce tensions over local coronavirus lockdowns, policing tactics, Black Lives Matter and political polarisation, scientific advisers have warned.“A serious deterioration of public order could overwhelm all attempts to control contagion, overwhelm hospitals, the criminal justice system and hinder revival of the economy,” said a paper that was considered by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) earlier this month.
Boris Johnson has ordered more police officers onto the streets to enforce the wearing of face coverings which will become compulsory by law in most indoor settings from August 8. The Prime Minister said the plans to extend face coverings to venues like museums, cinemas and places of worship would require a “greater police presence” to enforce the rules and levy £100 fines on those who refused. A Government source said: “You are going to see more police out and about, not only doing their policing duties but more active in their role enforcing these Covid-19 rules.” It is likely to put Mr Johnson at odds with some policing leaders who believe compulsory face coverings are “impossible to enforce.” It emerged yesterday that police handed out just 13 fines to passengers not wearing masks on public transport across the country in June - and only one outside the south-east. Face coverings became mandatory on trains, buses, Tubes, coaches, trams, planes and ferries on June 15. Mr Johnson voiced his concerns about the apparent failings in enforcement yesterday when he revealed he had asked Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, “to work with the police and others to ensure the rules which are already in place are properly enforced.”