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England captain Harry Kane says the Premier League season should be scrapped if it cannot be completed by the end of June
UK faces reviews of measures every three weeks for up to six months, says England's deputy chief medical officer.
Amged El-Hawrani's family thanked NHS colleagues for working "tirelessly" to save him.
Engineering firms say the UK may not have all the ventilators it needs when virus infections peak.
More than 100 YouTubers appear in a video message encouraging people to stay at home.
Gordon Jackson QC was filmed making comments about the ex-first minister during his sex assault trial.
Writers for the BBC Radio 4 soap are set to highlight life under lockdown in fictional Ambridge.
More than 20 adults and children defied social distancing rules with karaoke in Derby, police say.
Football fans around the world are turning to Belarus to get their fix during lockdown as the game carries on in the former Soviet republic.
Former goalkeeper Rustu Recber - Turkey's most capped player - is in hospital with coronavirus.
British light-heavyweight Anthony Yarde says his father has died after contracting coronavirus and urged people to stay at home.
The date the virus peaks will depend on how people behave, Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove says.
Cities around the world are almost deserted as measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic continue.
Narendra Modi apologises for sweeping restrictions that have left many jobless and hungry.
The attacks in Bigbury-on-Sea, Devon are being repeated elsewhere in the region, say police.
The world championship could extend into January next year as Formula 1 seeks to salvage the 2020 season, says Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto.
World champion Billy Joe Saunders apologises after posting a video in which he tells men how to hit their female partners during the coronavirus lockdown.
An active weather front brings a rapid developing and destructive tornado to Arkansas
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The government's coronavirus rules are tougher on people at risk of domestic abuse, the home secretary says.