Sir Richard, one of the UK’s richest men, was found dead and a woman hurt at his mansion in Dorset.
UK sport bodies back use of ‘vaccine passports’ to allow return of capacity crowdsUK sport bodies back use of ‘vaccine passports’ to allow return of capacity crowds
The UK’s leading sports bodies are backing the use of ‘vaccine passports’ and Covid testing as a “credible” means of allowing full capacities at venues.
Liverpool Banksy rat mural moved to Netherlands auctionLiverpool Banksy rat mural moved to Netherlands auction
The piece, which once adorned a former pub building, is being moved from the UK.
Myanmar ambassador to UK ‘locked out’ of London embassyMyanmar ambassador to UK ‘locked out’ of London embassy
Kyaw Zwar Minn says all staff were asked to leave the building by his country’s military attaché.
Almost one in ten adults has received their second dose of the vaccine, new figures show.
Kill the Bill protests: Defend right to protest, Corbyn tells marchersKill the Bill protests: Defend right to protest, Corbyn tells marchers
Demonstrations are held across the UK against a bill to impose new restrictions on protest.
How the government handled the release of a contentious report on racial disparity in the UK.
UK weather: Cold and gales forecast amid ‘spring swing’ in temperatureUK weather: Cold and gales forecast amid ‘spring swing’ in temperature
After this week’s warm temperatures, colder weather over Easter could even bring snow in some areas.
The government-commissioned report finds UK system is “no longer” rigged against ethnic minorities.
What do some young black, Asian and ethnic minority people make of the latest report on race in the UK?
Speaker Lord Fowler backs calls for National Aids memorialSpeaker Lord Fowler backs calls for National Aids memorial
Lord Fowler, the Lord Speaker of the House of Lords, has backed calls for the UK’s first ever National Aids Memorial.
In Pictures: UK March temperature highest for 53 yearsIn Pictures: UK March temperature highest for 53 years
Some parts of the UK enjoyed spring sunshine as the UK recorded its warmest March day since 1968.
Coronavirus: Covid antibodies in half of UK population and festivals to go aheadCoronavirus: Covid antibodies in half of UK population and festivals to go ahead
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Tuesday evening.
Despite promises to work together, it has been far from plain sailing between the UK and the EU since Brexit.
The science of hugs: ‘I never knew how much I needed them’The science of hugs: ‘I never knew how much I needed them’
Hugging people you don’t live with is still off limits, despite lockdown rules easing across the UK.
Novavax: Deal agreed to ‘fill and finish’ 60 million doses in UKNovavax: Deal agreed to ‘fill and finish’ 60 million doses in UK
A deal is agreed to support the manufacturing of 60 million vaccine doses in north-east England.
Ellis Tustin, founder of Names not Numbers, explains why he thinks the UK needs a permanent memorial to those who have died of Covid-19.
One of next month’s FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley will be among the pilot events to trial the return of crowds to UK venues.
Covid-19: More than 30m people in UK receive first jabCovid-19: More than 30m people in UK receive first jab
Ministers say they are “confident” the second dose can be delivered within their 12-week target.
Coronavirus: France accuses UK of ‘blackmail’ over vaccine exportsCoronavirus: France accuses UK of ‘blackmail’ over vaccine exports
The row over Covid vaccination supplies escalates after France’s foreign minister criticises the UK.
Coronavirus: EU and UK try to end row with ‘win-win’ on vaccinesCoronavirus: EU and UK try to end row with ‘win-win’ on vaccines
After weeks of tension over Covid vaccine supplies, the two sides now say they are working together.
Boris Johnson: UK considering tougher measures on France arrivalsBoris Johnson: UK considering tougher measures on France arrivals
The PM says hauliers coming from France to the UK could have Covid tests amid concern over variants.
Covid: UK shines a light as it remembers Covid victimsCovid: UK shines a light as it remembers Covid victims
The country has been through an “epic of endurance”, Boris Johnson says, as the UK marks a year since the first lockdown.
Covid lockdown: Seven enduring claims fact-checkedCovid lockdown: Seven enduring claims fact-checked
A year after the first UK lockdown began, there are many who doubt the necessity of such restrictions.
Coronavirus: Third wave will ‘wash up on our shores’, warns JohnsonCoronavirus: Third wave will ‘wash up on our shores’, warns Johnson
Boris Johnson says the UK will “feel effects” of growing case numbers in Europe amid a row over vaccines.
Defence review: British army to be cut to 72,500 troops by 2025Defence review: British army to be cut to 72,500 troops by 2025
A review of the UK’s defence policy brings new investment in cyber warfare, robotics and drones.
Uighurs: Western countries sanction China over rights abusesUighurs: Western countries sanction China over rights abuses
A coordinated effort by the EU, UK, US and Canada seeks to raise pressure on Beijing.