LONDON (Reuters) - Britons made over 79 million extra grocery shopping trips in the four weeks to March 21 year-on-year . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - From a ban on shops selling Easter eggs to flying drones to spot people defying self-isolation guidelines, . . .
Derby March 31st (SL/BAN) After we saw photos articles and queues of people panic buying food, supermarket shelves empty and . . .
BUENOS AIRES/LONDON (Reuters) - The global coronavirus pandemic is threatening to disrupt Argentina's tense debt restructuring talks with creditors, stoking . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - British chemical company Ineos said on Tuesday it will build a third hand sanitiser plant in France . . .
(Reuters) - Britain's largest pizza delivery company Domino's Pizza Group
Paul, who led Costa Coffee from 2016 to 2019 ahead . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Some British police might have gone a "little too far", a minister said on Tuesday after warnings . . .
(Reuters) - UK shares moved higher on Tuesday as stable oil prices and positive factory data out of China were . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - London's Metropolitan Police are in the pink after securing a supply of hand sanitizer from the city's . . .
Hodgkiss, who had been on the board at Emirate Old Trafford for 22 years, is understood to have had underlying . . .
London March 30 (MP/BAN) Murder detectives make further appeal as they continue to investigate the death of a man in . . .
London March 30 (MP/BAN) Police investigating the stabbing of a 16-year-old boy in a bakery in Tower Hamlets are appealing for . . .
London March 30 (MP/BAN) Officers attached to Operation Venice – the Met taskforce dedicated to tackling moped theft and moped related . . .
London March 30 (MP/BAN) Three teenagers have been sentenced for the fatal stabbing of 15-year-old Tashaûn Aird in Hackney.
• A 16-year-old . . .
Extra help for city’s homeless and rough sleepers during pandemic
Leicester March 30 (PR/BAN) Leicester City council is providing almost 100 additional . . .
Leicester March 30 (PR/BAN) THE coronavirus outbreak has meant new challenges for everyone and the people helping to keep Leicester . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's temporary hospitals are seeking volunteers from airlines, calling on cabin crew members who are currently grounded . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - A further 159 people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in England, the National Health Service . . .
By Rebecca Naden
LLANELLI, Wales (Reuters) - Workers were laying floors and connecting electricity sockets on an expanse of astroturf on . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - The number of people who have died after testing positive for coronavirus in the United Kingdom rose . . .
By Michael Holden
LONDON (Reuters) - Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan posted their last message as working members of . . .
(Reuters) - UK Transport Minister Grant Shapps will offer millions of pounds to bus companies this week in the latest . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of Britons abroad are still trying to get home, foreign minister Dominic Raab said . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - As the number of cases of coronavirus in Britain flattens, the number of people needing hospital admission . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will spend 75 million pounds to get stranded citizens home on charter flights, foreign minister Dominic . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Admissions into British hospitals are not accelerating and are rising by around 1,000 per day, the government's . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Monday that there should be a 'lessons learned' inquiry led by the World Health . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was "full of vigour" on Monday morning at a cabinet meeting he . . .
By James Davey
LONDON (Reuters) - British supermarkets are frantically trying to build up their online operations during the coronavirus emergency . . .
Manchester March 30 (PR/BAN) The Government have announced a range of packages to support businesses through the Coronvirus outbreak - . . .
A official of Clarence House, the Prince of Wales' official residence, said he was in good health and was following . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Anglo-Italian restaurant chain Carluccio's entered administration on Monday, putting around 2,000 jobs at risk, after challenging trading . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Virgin Atlantic has asked the UK government for emergency financial help in addition to the coronavirus package . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union markets watchdog is considering leverage curbs on hedge funds and private equity funds to . . .
ZURICH/LONDON (Reuters) - Banks across the euro zone are tearing up plans to return cash to shareholders at the behest . . .
(Reuters) - British Airways has extended its revolving credit facility by one year to June 2021, with $1.38 billion currently . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's banks are likely to want to review their dividend plans for 2020 given the impact of . . .
LONDON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Diesel profit margins are bucking the downward spiral engulfing jet fuel and gasoline, lifted by continuing industrial . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - The coronavirus outbreak at the heart of the UK government spread on Monday with Prime Minister Boris . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain on Monday named Ken McCallum, a career spy who led the response to the attempted murder . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - British and EU officials are holding informal talks on the future relationship, a spokesman for Prime Minister . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain currently has about 8,000 ventilators with another 8,000 on order to come into the health system . . .
(Reuters) - UK shares slipped on Monday as another wave of stimulus measures failed to calm investors worried by the . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - British heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles, who had tested positive for coronavirus, is out of self-isolation after seven days . . .
Major telecoms like BT/EE, Openreach and Virgin Media have struck an agreement that will remove "all" data caps on current . . .
Due to tight travel restrictions imposed by the governments around the world amid the pandemic, some 90,000 positions need to . . .
Officers were said to be "in absolute shock" about the gathering in Dover Street, Normanton, on Saturday night, which defied . . .
Thanking the doctors, nurses and other former professionals who have returned to the NHS, as well as the 750,000 members . . .
"I am a great friend and admirer of the Queen and the United Kingdom. It was reported that Harry and . . .
(Reuters) - Wimbledon organisers will announce the cancellation of the grasscourt Grand Slam this week due to the coronavirus pandemic, . . .