Hancock: anti-vaccine myths on Facebook ‘put lives at risk’ | Vaccines and immunisation

Matt Hancock will increase pressure on Facebook to tackle anti-vaccination propaganda after a report showed that…

Big three London museums to reopen in August | Culture

The V&A, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum have announced plans to have a…

Donmar Warehouse to reopen with José Saramago installation Blindness | Stage

The Donmar Warehouse in London is to reopen this summer for an immersive sound installation exploring…

UK coronavirus live: Johnson U-turns on masks as experts fear up to 120,000 Covid-19 winter deaths | World news

The V&A’s galleries flourish in dialogue with visitors, and, after so many months, I am delighted…

Removing offensive shows will be exception not rule, says Channel 4 boss | Media

Channel 4 has said it will remove offensive programmes from its on-demand archive only in exceptional…

‘No DSS’ ruled unlawful after mother rejected by lettings agency | Housing

A disabled single mother who became homeless after being refused the chance to move into a…

Northern Ireland businesses ‘must get Brexit compensation’ | UK news

Northern Irish businesses must be compensated for the millions of pounds in extra costs they are…

We are facing the ‘decriminalisation of rape’, warns victims’ commissioner | Society

Rape has effectively been decriminalised as a result of a collapse in prosecutions that has allowed…

Birmingham arts venues announce major job losses | Culture

Two of Birmingham’s most important venues, the Symphony Hall and Town Hall, have become the latest…

After mixed messages and mess-ups, Johnson bows to the inevitable | World news

Making facing coverings in English shops mandatory had increasingly appeared an inevitable next step in the…