What rules the public were following when a No 10 aide organised a lockdown party
On 20 May 2020, the day Boris Johnson's private secretary arranged a lockdown-busting drinks gathering in the garden at No 10 - according to a leaked email - England was under tough Covid-19 restrictions.
Hurricane Watch by Olive Senior review - a champion of inclusion
here can be no excuse for not knowing Olive Senior - who has recently taken over as poet laureate of Jamaica, where she was born (although she has lived in Canada for much of her adult life).
Nicola Sturgeon to reveal if coronavirus restrictions will be relaxed further
Nicola Sturgeon will later reveal if coronavirus restrictions in Scotland are set to be relaxed further as she faces demands to lift almost all restrictions by the end of the month.
Deltacron': Should we worry about new COVID-19 variants merging?
Experts say two variants can cross over to form a recombinant version of both variants.
Plus, getting vaccinated against both COVID-19 and influenza is the best way to protect yourself from Flurona'.
Sturgeon 'cautiously optimistic' amid calls to end Covid restrictions
Nicola Sturgeon said she is "cautiously optimistic" about Scotland's coronavirus situation ahead of a statement announcing any changes to restrictions.
Amid low COVID vaccine rates, more California children hospitalized in omicron surge
COVID-19 hospitalizations among California's children - especially those too young to go to school - are the highest they have been since the pandemic began.
Tories call for end to all restrictions except face masks
The Scottish Tories have called on Nicola Sturgeon to remove most coronavirus restrictions, with the exception of face coverings.
Irish foreign minister orders inquiry into champagne party during lockdown
The Irish foreign minister, Simon Coveney, has ordered an inquiry into a champagne celebration involving officials in his department at the height of the first Covid lockdown.
Renewed calls for PM to resign over parties on eve of Philip funeral
Further allegations of Downing Street parties taking place on the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh's socially distanced funeral have been met with widespread anger across the political spectrum, bookending a turbulent week for Boris Johnson, who is facing renewed calls to resign.
SKorea slightly eases distancing but warns of omicron surge
SEOUL, South Korea - South Korea will slightly ease its coronavirus gathering restrictions starting next week but continue to maintain a 9 p.m. curfew on restaurants and entertainment venues, as it braces for a possible surge in infections driven by the contagious omicron variant.