Young people have plenty to protest about. No wonder they’re raving again | Sheryl Garratt | Opinion

The sun is shining, the temperatures record-breaking. In the UK, the Conservatives have been in power…

Bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code to hit the stage in London | Stage

Renowned author Dan Brown looked on proudly at the stage, which resembled a kind of raised…

Student nurses will be paid until the end of their NHS frontline contracts | Society

The Royal College of Nursing has welcomed an assurance that student nurses drafted into frontline NHS…

Britons to be allowed to holiday abroad from July via ‘air bridges’ | Travel

Overseas holidays will be given the green light from early next month, with the government expected…

Boris Johnson: don’t take too many liberties with coronavirus guidance – video | Politics

Boris Johnson said on Friday people in some parts of the country had taken too many liberties with…

Ministers may move university applications to after A-level results | Admissions

The education secretary is planning a radical overhaul of England’s university admissions system, with students applying…

Glasgow attack: Nicola Sturgeon says stabbings not being treated as terrorism – video

Scotland’s first minister says police are not treating the incident in which several people were wounded…

Six seriously injured in Glasgow attack and suspect killed by police | UK news

Six people including a police officer and two teenagers were seriously injured, and the alleged perpetrator…

Tories cannot shut the door on this property scandal | Letters | Politics

The case of the Tory housing minister, Robert Jenrick, and the Westferry property developer, Richard Desmond,…

Glasgow: three people believed dead, suspect shot by police in major incident in city centre – live updates | UK news

We are continuing to deal with the incident on West George Street and would ask people…