A pensioner who said earlier this week that she didn’t ‘give a sod’ about lockdown has revealed that she suffered from coronavirus symptoms but didn’t isolate and ‘didn’t follow the rules’.
A new interactive map has been launched to help families find out where kids can eat for free over half term, following footballer Marcus Rashford’s continued efforts to ensure youngsters don’t go hungry.
The UK government is being urged to consider a plan that would see cocaine, MDMA and other amphetamines nationalised and placed in pharmacies.
A Ryanair passenger paid a distressed mum’s luggage fee after the airline allegedly wanted to charge her £50.
A 102-year-old woman has left the safety of her home, risking coronavirus, to go out and vote in the US election – against incumbent President Donald Trump.
Groups dedicated to pushing out anti-vaccination beliefs have been gaining members ever since online messaging boards and social media have been around.
Four students have been fined £10,000 each for breaking the coronavirus rules and holding a house party in an area with high rates of infection and tier three restrictions expected soon.
The annual tradition of daylight saving will kick in for people in the UK in the wee hours of Sunday morning.