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00:28, 31 MAR 2020
Spread of coronavirus in UK showing 'early signs of slowing' amid lockdown rules
More than 1,400 people in the UK have died from coronavirus Covid-19 - but the number of new hospital admissions appear to be slowing down, according to Government adviser Professor Neil Ferguson
Tory aide Dominic Cummings self-isolates - and people 'send condolences to the virus'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's chief adviser started showing symptoms of coronavirus over the weekend hours after he was seen running from the door of 10 Downing Street
Bugzy Malone 'lucky to be alive' as he breaks silence on horror bike crash injuries
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Rapper Bugzy Malone has claimed he is "lucky to be alive" after he was seriously injured following a motorcycling crash on Wednesday before admitting boredom causes "the craziest problems"
Coronavirus lockdown 'will last until June' as Brits face three months at home
Government adviser Professor Neil Ferguson said the current lockdown would need to last until late May or early June in order to be effective, as Michael Gove refused to be drawn on how long it would be in place
Golden retriever joins owner in home workout – but doesn’t quite get the point
Adorable goldie Shadow was filmed completely ruining his owner Bianca's workout – and viewers absolutely loved it
China's real coronavirus death toll 'could be 40 times higher than they admit'
Senior government scientists are believed to have warned Boris Johnson that Beijing's propaganda machine may have downplayed its figures "by a factor of 15 to 40 times".
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson writes to 30 million UK homes warning 'things will get worse'
The Prime Minister, who earlier this week tested positive for the coronavirus, will write to 30 million households, urging people to stay at home
Coronavirus: 13 of UK's new COVID-19 deaths were healthy adults, NHS admits
Earlier today the Department of Health and Social Care confirmed 17,089 have now tested positive – including PM Boris Johnson.
Coronavirus: UK council deploys talking drones that track down lockdown rebels
Neath and Port Talbot Council shared a video of its drone being tested showing how it will bark orders at people who ignore orders to stay inside during the coronavirus crisis
Police catch group breaking coronavirus social distancing rule 'to smoke shisha'
A group of eight was caught enjoying a picnic on a hill with shisha and kebabs, despite strict orders from the government to stay indoors unless necessary, to stop the spread of coronavirus
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson's pregnant sister-in-law tests positive for COVID-19
Pregnant women are considered one of the categories at risk for the potentially deadly bug, Gabriela Maia's announcement comes just hours after Boris Johnson revealed he had tested positive for the virus
Family-of-3 forced to self-isolate in back of a van with engine running in lay-by
Ryan Whitestone, 35, his wife Paige, and four-year-old son Ronan, had hoped to be living in their new social housing accommodation in Llantwit Major by now.
Healthy dad, 27, with coronavirus symptoms dies 10 days after birth of son
Thomas Davies from Penygroes, North Wales, fell ill on Friday during his last shift working at the Albion Inn in Bangor and passed away after spending the night with his infant son
Quarantined MOTD host Gary Lineker posts video from self-isolation in tribute to NHS
Gary Lineker has paid tribute to the National Health Service after thousands of members of the public clapped in support of their efforts on Thursday evening
Health Secretary Matt Hancock infected with coronavirus after PM reveals he has bug
Matt Hancock said he is self-isolating from home and described his symptoms as "very mild" – also offering a "massive thank you" to the NHS
Buckingham Palace in coronavirus statement about Queen after Boris tests positive
The Prime Minister confirmed the Covid-19 diagnosis on Twitter this morning, and is now chairing Downing Street meetings remotely
Piers Morgan 'ready to serve' as PM after Boris Johnson coronavirus result
Good Morning Britain star Piers Morgan has admitted he's "ready to serve" as Prime Minster after Boris Johnson confirmed he has contracted killer bug, coronavirus
Boris Johnson coronavirus - celebs react to PM's positive Covid-19 result
The celebrity world, including Piers Morgan and Love Island's Dr Alex, have had their say after it was announced that Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has tested positive for coronavirus
Boris Johnson has coronavirus as Prime Minister tests positive
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has shared that he has mild coronavirus symptoms and will self-isolate at Number 10 Downing Street
Coronavirus hospital tracker claims up to 6.6 million Brits already have COVID-19
Millions of people have documented their symptoms since the app was created at King's College London and launched on Tuesday
Coronavirus: Self-employed to get financial aid after government U-turn
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's press conference comes after ministers came under fire for excluding self-employed workers from its job retention scheme which will see the state pay 80% of the wages of staff on temporary leave
Coronavirus: EuroMillions winner Jane Park ready to 'hit the f***ing roof' at Boris Johnson
Lottery winner Jane Park has revealed how she is dealing with the coronavirus crisis, but she's worried the entire crisis might just be a prank on the entire UK by Boris Johnson
Coronavirus: Off-licences to stay open during lockdown as they're deemed 'essential'
Brits can enjoy booze from their local off-licences as the list of essential shops has expanded to include the stores. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has provided more clarity on what can and cannot stay open in the coronavirus shutdown
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson announces 405,000 volunteers have signed up to NHS fight
It comes a day after Health Secretary Matt Hancock asked around a quarter of a million volunteers to step up and battle the COVID-19 outbreak as the number of cases continues to rise