In the United Kingdom, rallies take place in Manchester in northern England, Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland, and London, amid police warnings that support for Hamas could result in arrest.
Sources: Al Jazeera
Sources: Al Jazeera
A 28-year-old Muslim man is charged by West Midlands Police with attempted murder for immolating two elderly Muslim men outside of mosques in London and Birmingham, United Kingdom, on 27 February and 20 March.
Myanmar's Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Kyaw Zwar Minn, is dismissed by a military attaché and locked out of the embassy in London. British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab condemns the "bullying actions" but says the UK has accepted the change.
Scottish Transport secretary Michael Matheson announces that all people who arrive from outside the UK and Ireland will be charged £1,750 for “managed quarantine” at one of six hotels at Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports.
A newborn baby tests positive for COVID-19 at North Middlesex University Hospital in Edmonton, London, becoming the youngest known victim of the disease in the United Kingdom. The child's mother has also tested positive for the disease.
Thousands of protestors march in Edinburgh, Scotland, against the upcoming departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union. The crowd is addressed by Members of the UK Parliament, and Members of the Scottish Parliament. Amongst the attendees is MSP Joanna Cherry QC, who is taking legal action against UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's recent prorogation of the UK Parliament. Cherry's action succeeded at Scotland's Court of Session, and is currently being reviewed by the UK Supreme Court.
Thousands of far-right activists attend a protest in London, United Kingdom amid a recent crackdown on far-right activity on social media. Guest speakers included former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson, "Vice" magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes, and UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Gerard Batten.
Australian entertainer Rolf Harris is sentenced to 5 years and 9 months at Southwark Crown Court in London, United Kingdom, convicted on 12 charges of indecently assaulting female minors between 1968 and 1986. Harris will be eligible for release on licence after half of the sentence in 2017.
Secretary of State for Transport Justine Greening gives the go-ahead for HS2, a £33bn high-speed rail line that will eventually link several major cities in the United Kingdom to London and enabling quicker journey times.