Instagram rolls out ‘Co-Watching’ that lets users scroll through their feeds together via video chat
Users can tap a video chat icon in the Direct inbox or in an existing Direct thread, then view saved, liked, and suggested photos and… Read More »Instagram rolls out ‘Co-Watching’ that lets users scroll through their feeds together via video chat
Teachers Kayley Howell, 27, and Ryan Plant, 29, from Essex, drastically changed their plans for their wedding in order to get married before Boris Johnson… Read More »Couples alter their plans in order to tie the knot HOURS before Boris Johnson’s wedding ban
Health Secretary Matt Hancock delivered a stinging rebuke to Sadiq Khan saying the Tube should be running ‘in full’ so essential workers do not have… Read More »Coronavirus UK: Tfl staff threaten walkout as tube trains packed
Police were called to Addiewell Prison in West Lothian, Scotland, on Monday after rioting prisoners carrying metal bars are said to have ‘smashed up’ part of… Read More »Rioting prisoners carrying metal bars smash up jail in Scotland
Junior doctor and Miss England Bhasha Mukherjee, 24, became stranded in India while doing humanitarian work and is pleading to get home so she can… Read More »Stranded Britons offered emergency loans by the government to get home
A nationwide lockdown doesn’t have to mean missing out on the UK’s top tourist attractions. That’s because many have incredible webcams and virtual tours on… Read More »The UK tourist attractions you can visit virtually, from the Lake District to Buckingham Palace
Eighty-three more patients died overnight in England, including 21 at the one NHS trust in London. Scotland also announced two fatalities, while Wales confirmed another… Read More »Coronavirus UK: Death toll sees biggest daily jump of 87 to 422
A council has blasted a YouTuber after he parked his red Lamborghini (pictured) outside a busy London hospital at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has announced a ‘total lockdown’ in the country of 1.3 billion people during a televised address.