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Coronavirus: Another 180 people die after testing positive in UK - pushing total to 1,415
The number of people who have died in the UK after contracting the coronavirus has hit 1,415, following 180 more deaths.
Coronavirus: Police turning parts of UK into 'dystopia' after prosecuting shoppers and people driving 'due to boredom'
Police have been accused of overreaching their powers in the wake of new coronavirus legislation, after one force said it was prosecuting people for activities including driving "due to boredom" and "going to the shops" with other members of the same household.
Coronavirus: UK to spend £75m on charter flights to bring stranded Britons home
The UK is committing £75m to help Britons stranded abroad by chartering rescue flights when there are no other routes available.
Coronavirus: Pet owners - here's your ultimate guide to lockdown by a celebrity vet
Only being allowed to go for one daily walk during the UK's coronavirus lockdown is posing an issue for the millions of people who own pets.
Coronavirus: Turn off hand dryers to prevent spread of COVID-19, doctor warns
A senior doctor has written to chief medical officer Chris Whitty to raise her "grave concern" that electric hand dryers in toilets could increase the risk of transmission of coronavirus.
Harry and Meghan post final SussexRoyal Instagram message
Harry and Meghan have written their final post on their SussexRoyal Instagram account, thanking followers "for the support, the inspiration and the shared commitment to the good in the world".
Coronavirus: One in four NHS doctors 'sick or in isolation'
Around a quarter of NHS doctors are off work because they are sick or in isolation, the head of the Royal College of Physicians has said.
Coronavirus: Police seek man after hand sanitiser stolen from hospital
Police want to speak to this man after hand sanitiser was stolen from the wall of a hospital.
Aston Villa footballer Jack Grealish sorry and 'deeply embarrassed' for ignoring lockdown
Aston Villa's captain has issued a public apology after he "stupidly agreed" to go to a friend's house this weekend in violation of the coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus: Early signs outbreak 'slowing' in UK, says Imperial College professor
The coronavirus outbreak in the UK appears to be "slowing", a leading scientist and government adviser has said.