President Trump has threatened to “close down” the social media platform Twitter – after it flagged up two of his posts for fact checking – linking to an article describing Mr Trump’s claims about postal ballot fraud as “unsubstantiated”.
The former US president Barack Obama has condemned the country’s lack of leadership during the pandemic – declaring that ‘a lot of them aren’t even pretending to be in charge’.
So how does a city renowned for its noise and celebration, cope with a disease that’s brought so much silence, sobriety and loss?
In Enfield, North London, more than a third of care homes there have seen at least one Covid-related death, according to the local council.
We’re led to believe though that, having refused to quarantine the vast majority of passengers arriving in the UK earlier, the government will now move to do so, as lockdown starts to ease.
Trials of the new NHS track and tracing app are set to begin this week on the Isle of Wight – but there are still questions over how fast and how far it can be rolled out nationwide.
There are still questions over how reliable the existing Covid-19 home test kits really are.
This is the new normal – and we are going to have get used to it – that was the message from Dominic Raab today.
With more than 20,000 deaths in UK hospitals – the government is coming under more pressure to be transparent about the expert scientific advice it is getting.
In America despite almost 40,000 deaths recorded so far – the highest figure in the world – thousands of people across several states have protested against lockdowns.
Gowns, aprons, masks and other personal protective equipment are the first line of defence for many health workers dealing with Covid-19 patients.
Channel 4 News has learned that “fabulous” 28-year-old nurse Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong passed away on Sunday
Health care workers are risking their lives because they still don’t have the right protective gear, the British Medical Association has warned.
They may be better known for making vacuum cleaners, but James Dyson’s company is now being asked to make ventilators for the NHS.
As the coronavirus epidemic takes hold across the country, we’ve already been reporting growing concerns about the level of protection afforded to front line teams