Full list of businesses opening from May 17 – from cinemas to saunas

When lockdown restrictions ease further on Monday, May 17, more businesses will be allowed to open. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced last week that England could from May 17 enter Step Three of the roadmap out of lockdown. Indoor mixing and hugs will be on the cards again – and

Best pubs to celebrate everything English on St George’s Day 2021

The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox Happy St George’s Day! Today we celebrate the patron saint of England who died on April 23 in 303 AD. It’s a national day, but no bank holiday sadly, celebrating all things

Pub landlord jailed over death of boy, 7, killed by badly-installed lights

A pub owner has been jailed for nine years after a seven-year-old boy was electrocuted while playing in a beer garden. Harvey Tyrrell was electrocuted after he came into contact with incorrectly installed outdoor lights at the King Harold pub in Romford, east London, on the afternoon of September 11

Festive revellers make most of Tier 2 hitting the town on Christmas Eve

Punters in Tier 2 hit the pubs on Christmas Eve, while millions stayed home under tougher restrictions. Despite freezing weather, drinkers made the most of their comparatively eased lockdown and joined family and friends on a night out. Under Tier 2, pubs, restaurants and hospitality venues are allowed to remain

Over 70% of Brit pubs and restaurants ‘could be forced to close next year’

Almost three quarters of British pubs and restaurants could go bust by the end of next year, a shock report reveals. The nation's boozers are feeling the squeeze from the coronavirus pandemic, with England currently experiencing a second national lockdown. Trade bodies representing pubs and hospitality businesses claim the sector

Two women fined £1,000 for failing to self-isolate after Spain weekend break

Two women have been fined £1,000 each for refusing to self-isolate after a long weekend to Spain. The unnamed holidaymakers were made an example of by local cops, who called them out on Facebook for attending a hospital appointment. One even lied to their employer about their holiday and continuing