New figures show that the growth of the virus across the country is going down, although there are concerns it could be slightly increasing in London.
Scotland Yard say they made more than a hundred arrests during yesterday’s far right protest in central London.
The Home Secretary has condemned “unacceptable thuggery” after crowds hurled bottles and flares at riot police – as officers struggled to blockade the roads around Whitehall.
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Britain is at ‘a very dangerous moment’ according to the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van Tam who today said the easing of the lockdown must go ‘painstakingly’ slowly.
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Funerals have been held for 13 rangers who were killed in an attack in Africa’s oldest national park
As the number of cases across the world continue rising fast – President Trump has rejected advice from his own health experts.
Thousands of British citizens remain stranded abroad, and are still battling to make their way back to the UK as lockdowns continue across the globe.
For those living with serious health conditions, avoiding the virus can be a matter of life and death.
The sale of house coal and wet wood will be phased out in England, starting next year – as part of plans to cut harmful air pollution.
The actor and comedian Terry Jones has “gently slipped away” after living with dementia for five years.
The Prime Minister has wished Prince Harry and Meghan well in their new roles which will have no royal tours and no titles but also no tax payer’s money.
Its been announced that Prince Harry and Meghan will no longer use the titles HRH and will repay money spent on renovating their home.
When Jeremy Corbyn took over the Labour Party, he promised a “kinder, gentler politics”. His critics argue that he and some of his supporters didn’t quite live up to that promise.