The First Minister of Wales has said people should not travel from the country to parts of north-west England where there’s been a rise in coronavirus infections, unless absolutely necessary.
A ban on television ads for junk food before 9pm, no more “buy one get one free” offers for foods high in fat, salt and sugar – and a big push for the nation to get fitter.
The High Court has begun hearing a test case which will decide whether UK businesses can claim billions of pounds for lost income during the lockdown.
The government has accused China of ‘gross human rights abuses’ against the Muslim Uighur population and promised ‘measures’ against the Communist state, to be announced tomorrow.
The firm told staff that the decision to take the planes out of service was due to the downturn in travel caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Florida has confirmed more than 15,000 new cases of coronavirus – the state’s biggest daily increase since the pandemic began.
More of England’s lockdown measures are being eased this weekend – allowing open air pools and theatres to reopen.
Boris Johnson has just floated the idea of making shoppers in England cover their faces, which became compulsory in Scotland today.
A lot is changing today with the lockdown easing in England.
England will ease its lockdown a little further from tomorrow, allowing groups of up to six people to meet – so long as they do so outside and stay two metres apart.
An hour or two outside or the lives of those we love, and those on the NHS frontline – that’s the stark choice set out by the Government today, urging the British public not to break the social distancing rules.
When every council in England was told to give rough sleepers a roof over their heads to protect them from the spread of Covid-19, it was welcomed.
It’s emerged that the West Midlands is a Covid-19 hotspot.
It’s a lockdown in a European country of a type not seen since times of war.
The number of people who have died from coronavirus in Italy has jumped a hundred and thirty three in a single day, taking the death toll there to 366.