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.
Serious flooding will affect parts of England for days, the environment agency has warned, after a third weekend of downpours and relentless rain.
The UN’s envoy to Syria has repeated calls for an immediate ceasefire as the humanitarian situation in the north west of the country continues to deteriorate.
“Kirk Douglas retained his movie star charisma right to the end of his wonderful life” – the words of film director Steven Spielberg, following the death of his friend at the age of 103.
Campaigners want to know why her background wasn’t checked out.
It was stolen more than twenty years ago – its disappearance shrouded in mystery. But now a masterpiece by the artist Gustav Klimt has turned up.
Lava has begun to flow from a volcano in the Philippines leading to warnings from scientists that a major eruption could happen in the next few days.
‘Our enemy is right here’ is the chant from protesters in Iran tonight. Thousands of people are demonstrating for a second night, angry about the shooting down of a passenger plane. Authorities in Iran have admitted the Ukrainian plane was shot down in error killing all 176 people on board.