Coronavirus: Tom Kerridge says 'no-show' restaurant customers are putting jobs at risk after lockdown

Michelin starred chef Tom Kerridge has criticised dozens of people who failed to turn up at his restaurant this weekend, claiming their "selfish" behaviour is putting hospitality jobs at risk.Twenty-seven people did not honour their reservations for

Coronavirus: Tom Kerridge says 'no-show' restaurant customers are putting jobs at risk after lockdown

Coronavirus: 73 contract COVID-19 after outbreak on Herefordshire farm

Dozens of key workers picking and packing vegetables at a farm in Herefordshire have tested positive for coronavirus.The council says 220 people at AS Green & Co, based in Mathon near Malvern, have been tested for COVID-19 and 73 came back positive f

Coronavirus: 73 contract COVID-19 after outbreak on Herefordshire farm

Coronavirus: Trump wears mask in public for first time amid surge in COVID-19 cases

Donald Trump has been seen wearing a mask in public, despite previously appearing reluctant to endorse their use.The US president was visiting a military hospital in Washington where he met injured service personnel and health workers caring for COVI

Coronavirus: Trump wears mask in public for first time amid surge in COVID-19 cases

Coronavirus: Zimbabweans particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 in the UK, embassy warns

The Zimbabwean embassy in London has told Sky News that at least 37 citizens of the southern African country have died in Britain during the coronavirus pandemic.It is a revelation which underlines the damage COVID-19 has inflicted on immigrant commu

Coronavirus: Zimbabweans particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 in the UK, embassy warns

Coronavirus: Belgium orders its residents not to travel to Leicester after spike in infections

Belgians have been ordered not to travel to Leicester as the city is under strict lockdown measures.People have been told that "travel is not allowed" and "quarantine is mandatory upon your return" under advice from the Belgian foreign affairs depart

Coronavirus: Belgium orders its residents not to travel to Leicester after spike in infections

Coronavirus: Public transport restrictions will be eased to get people back to work - report

Restrictions on public transport use are to be eased, according to a report, as the government tries to encourage people to return to work.People in England had been told to avoid trains, tubes, buses and trams where possible, working from home to li

Coronavirus: Public transport restrictions will be eased to get people back to work - report

Coronavirus: COVID-19 is not the only pandemic 'plaguing' African-Americans - and it's getting worse

The doctors in Houston are not the only ones who’ve noticed an alarming number of African-Americans are going down with coronavirus in the Texan city. And there are growing demands for investigations to find out why. Those running the food char

Coronavirus: COVID-19 is not the only pandemic 'plaguing' African-Americans - and it's getting worse

Coronavirus: Houston doctor says 'we're heading to pure hell' as COVID-19 cases spike in Texas

Texas is at the centre of huge spike in coronavirus cases in the US, with hospital admissions quadrupling since the end of May.Sky News's special correspondent Alex Crawford has travelled to Houston, the state's most populous city, where medics are w

Coronavirus: Houston doctor says 'we're heading to pure hell' as COVID-19 cases spike in Texas

Coronavirus: COVID-19 vaccine should be 'a global good' available to all, says Africa's first woman leader

A vaccine to combat COVID-19 should be seen as a "global good" that is available to all countries, Africa's first elected female head of state has told Sky News.Nobel Peace Prize winner Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who served as president of Liberia from 2

Coronavirus: COVID-19 vaccine should be 'a global good' available to all, says Africa's first woman leader

Coronavirus: Man breaks out of quarantine facility in New Zealand for trip to the off licence

A man in New Zealand has been arrested after breaking out of quarantine to go to an off licence. The man, in his 50s, is said to have cut through fence ties at the facility in Hamilton, leaving the premises for around half an hour. People trave

Coronavirus: Man breaks out of quarantine facility in New Zealand for trip to the off licence