Thousands of UK holidaymakers scrambled to get home to beat new restrictions on arrivals from European countries as a second wave of coronavirus infections threatened more disruption.
Payroll figures in the UK show 730,000 people have lost their jobs since the start of the coronavirus crisis lockdown.
Sunny weather and the reopening of non-essential shops across most of the UK has fuelled an increase in consumer spending close to pre-pandemic levels.
Boris Johnson’s promise of lucrative post-Brexit trade deals as the UK “takes back control” of its rules is on course to fail, a study warned.
The United Kingdom has de facto seized $1 billion of gold stored in its bank from Venezuela at a time when the Latin American nation is grappling with the pandemic.
Just over half of the UK would definitely get a coronavirus vaccine, with "damaging misperceptions" affecting potential uptake, a poll has revealed.
Mexico has overtaken Britain to become the country with the third-most deaths due to COVID-19, according to data released by the Health Ministry on Friday night.
Britain’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Thursday he was worried about the second wave of coronavirus infections in Europe.
The UK Embassy in Tehran in its Twitter account announced that it has resumed issuing visas for Iranians after some years of the shutdown of the visa office.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson played down the prospect of a second national coronavirus lockdown as he compared enforcing the measures to using Britain's nuclear deterrent.