Welder, 36, found dead after consuming too much caffeine

A welder died from consuming too much caffeine, an inquest has heard.Polish national Lukasz Sandelewski, 36, was found dead in his room at a shared house in Peterborough after his mother became concerned and asked one of his housemates to check on hi

Welder, 36, found dead after consuming too much caffeine

Louis Mahoney: Fawlty Towers and Doctor Who actor dies aged 81

Tributes have been paid to actor and anti-racist activist Louis Mahoney who has died aged 81.The Gambian-born British actor appeared in Fawlty Towers and Doctor Who, and also campaigned for racial equality within the acting profession. Mahoney,

Coronavirus: UK COVID-19 deaths increase by 155 as Leicester lockdown tightens

The number of people who have died with coronavirus in the UK has increased by 155, according to government figures.A total of 43,730 people are recorded as dying with COVID-19 in hospitals, care homes and the wider community as of 5pm on Monday, up

Coronavirus: UK COVID-19 deaths increase by 155 as Leicester lockdown tightens

Coronavirus: Map reveals which parts of Leicestershire are affected by UK's first localised lockdown

A map has been published that shows where Leicester's localised lockdown will be in force.The areas include Leicester city centre as well as suburban parts of Leicestershire, including Wigston, Oadby and Blaby.

Coronavirus: Map reveals which parts of Leicestershire are affected by UK's first localised lockdown

Employees 'healthy' in work until just 59 in England, study shows

People in England have a "healthy life expectancy" at work until they are aged just 59, far below the age to qualify for a state pension, research suggests.The study, published in The Lancet Public Health, analysed data from 15,000 men and women age

Girl, 4, dies in hospital after being found injured in south London

A four-year-old girl has died in hospital after she and a 35-year-old woman were found injured in a home in south London.The pair were discovered in a property in Monarch Parade in Mitcham on Tuesday afternoon. No arrests have been made and pol

Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust could face criminal charges after maternity 'scandal'

Police are investigating whether criminal charges should be brought against a hospital trust where hundreds of cases of poor maternity care are being examined, including allegedly avoidable deaths of babies and mothers.Failures in care at the Shrewsb

Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust could face criminal charges after maternity 'scandal'

E-scooters to be allowed on UK roads as nationwide ban lifted

E-scooters will be allowed on UK roads from Saturday, lifting a nationwide ban. As part of a 12-month trial, people will be able to rent e-scooters and ride them on the road or the pavement as long as they have a full or provisional car, motorbike or

E-scooters to be allowed on UK roads as nationwide ban lifted

Premier League: Support for Black Lives Matter is 'not political'

The Premier League has said its anti-racist Black Lives Matter campaign does not endorse any organisation or movement with a political agenda.The UK branch of Black Lives Matter has been cause for some concern after it posted on social media about de

Premier League: Support for Black Lives Matter is 'not political'

Coronavirus: Faulty masks sent to care homes and GPs recalled

Batches of surgical face masks delivered to care homes and GPs during the coronavirus pandemic have been recalled because they are faulty, Sky News has learnt. The masks, which are out of date by as much as seven years but were deemed safe to use, ha

Coronavirus: Faulty masks sent to care homes and GPs recalled