January 15, 2021

Carillion: move to disqualify directors signals UK authorities getting tougher on ‘corporate wrongdoing’

Eight former directors of the collapsed super-contractor face being banned for up to 15 years if they are found to be unfit to run a company.
January 15, 2021

Man charged after tricking woman into paying £160 for fake vaccine

David Chambers, 33, appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court to face two counts of fraud
January 15, 2021

Covid deaths ‘likely to peak in the next week to 10 days’

Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter of the Statistical Laboratory at Cambridge University said the lockdown measures were having an impact
January 15, 2021

Boris Johnson sends video message to nation ahead of the weekend

"It's safest to assume that you may have Covid"
January 15, 2021

ITV picks firm to screen Bazalgette’s successor

ITV is kicking off a search for a new chairman as Sir Peter Bazalgette prepares to step down next year after almost a decade on the broadcaster’s board.
January 15, 2021

Live as Boris Johnson leads Covid announcement at Downing Street

The Prime Minister will be joined by Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance
January 15, 2021

easyJet cancels holidays booked until the last week in March

The travel provider will be contacting customers with holidays booked
January 15, 2021

Slimming World fishfinger Caesar salad comes in at just four syns

Searches for how many syns are in a fishfinger have soared 5,000 per cent this year
January 15, 2021

Boris Johnson to make Covid announcements on Friday afternoon

There will be discussion of tougher lockdown rules, which have been reported as on the table this week
January 15, 2021

Hunt for lottery winner who has not claimed £20million prize

“It could be a spectacular start to 2021 if the winner were to come forward so we’re urging players to check as soon as they can”
January 15, 2021

370,000 businesses may be able to claim Covid cash after court ruling

The UK’s highest court “substantially allowed” appeals brought by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Hiscox Action Group
January 15, 2021

Son of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi loses appeal

The bombing of Pan Am flight 103, travelling from London to New York on December 21 1988, killed 270 people in Britain’s largest terrorist atrocity