It comes as the Met Office has a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms covering vast swathes of the UK.
Our round-up of the best images taken by photojournalists across the UK
The diver shed tears on the podium after winning Olympic gold in Tokyo with diving partner Matty Lee.
The Prime Minister will use his first day after leaving self-isolation to detail his new Beating Crime Plan.
The scheme uses lateral flow tests to allow eligible workers to continue working.
The NHS said 5,055 patients were in hospital with Covid in England on Monday – the highest level since March 18 but well below levels seen in January.
The former children’s laureate said there was a ‘lack of understanding by the Government’.
Alok Sharma expressed disappointment at a lack of progress during a two-day meeting with ministers from more than 50 nations.
The Opposition party’s plans follow a series of court cases on the gig economy.
Nearly 500 jobs are at risk at the factory in Tollcross.
The FTSE 100 closed 2.15 points, or 0.03%, lower at 7,025.43 on Monday.
The London mayor called on the Government to commit to bridging a £500 million funding shortfall in this financial year.
The private hire firm said its 4,000 vehicles will keep screens to protect drivers and passengers and offer them to its 2,500 ComCab taxis.
The Oil and Gas Authority said the oil giant did not meet reporting requirements.
The video was filmed in Guazhou County in Gansu Province on July 25.
Security footage from a funeral home in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, captured the moment a train derailed on July 22.
Police and bystanders lifted a car to free a trapped baby after a suspected drunken driver struck the girl and her mother and then plowed through a storefront with the pair on …
The Olympic gold medal-winning diver told young LGBT people they ‘can achieve anything’.
Cherry Lorberg, 74, said she is looking forward to the adrenaline rush the challenge will bring.
More than half of local areas are now recording a week-on-week fall in rates.
A sustainability analyst at KMPG re-analysed the data and found that, in a worst-case scenario, industrial civilisation could be on track to collapse within 20 years.
Olly Stephens was killed in Reading on January 3.