Police have launched an investigation into the death of Belly Mujinga, who had an 11-year-old daughter.
The scheme will remain unchanged until the end of July, but from August onwards employers will be asked to share the cost of paying salaries with the government.
Keir Starmer Told Boris Johnson The UK Needs "Clear Directions" On Its Coronavirus Strategy After A Chaotic 24 Hours
The Labour leader criticised missing details in the government's exit "road map" in his first televised address to the nation after the prime minister faced pressure in the Commons.
Lockdown measures will be gradually eased from Wednesday, with schools set to reopen after June 1, and pubs, hairdressers, and places of worship following from July.
Everyone Is Losing Their Fucking Minds In The Chaos And Confusion, But Here's What You Can And Can't Do In England
From Wednesday, the lockdown rules will be different in England. We've tried to make some sense of the government's advice.
With longer shifts, annual leave cancelled, and social gatherings suspended, Muslim healthcare workers spoke to BuzzFeed News about how Ramadan looks completely different this year.
She Died Of The Coronavirus Aged 97. She’s Being Laid To Rest Alongside Her Wartime Sweetheart Who Was Killed 80 Years Ago.
Wendy Bishop survived World War II and went on to open a famous hospital for teddy bears. But she never got to see her great-great-granddaughters.
People In The Poorest Areas Of England And Wales Are Dying From Coronavirus At Twice The Rate Of Those In Better Off Areas
New official figures revealed a death rate in the most deprived neighbourhoods of 55.1 per 100,000 population, compared with 25.3 per 100,000 in the least deprived.
Hospitals In The UK Have Been Told To Treat BAME Staff As Being At A Higher Risk For The Coronavirus
In a letter sent today, NHS England said that based on "emerging UK and international data", employers should "make appropriate arrangements accordingly."
Shabnum Sadiq was a remarkable woman: a mother of five, including quadruplets, who somehow found time to become a local elected representative.
These Women Health Care Workers Say They Are Being Put At Risk During The UK's Coronavirus Crisis By Ill-Fitting PPE
The results of an online survey from Prospect trade union showed that roughly twice as many women as men had problems with poorly fitting PPE.
Boris Johnson Said Britain Is Beginning To "Turn The Tide" Against The Coronavirus On His First Day Back At Work
The British prime minister said it was not yet the time to ease up on restrictions, saying that now was the "moment of maximum risk."
The deaths of Malcolm and Sharon Bamford have left a huge hole in the city where they lived.
Liz Truss Has Had To Clarify A Comment About Women Medics Needing "The Same Protection" From The Coronavirus
The British Medical Association said less than 24 hours previously that personal protective equipment is "designed to the size and shape of male bodies”.
“I'm not one normally to suffer anxiety, but I'm getting extremely anxious before my shifts start. Sometimes to the point that I get the shakes. I am scared.”
Keir Starmer Told MPs At The First "Virtual" PMQs That Dozens Of British Firms Offering PPE Had Been "Ignored"
At his first PMQs as opposition leader, Starmer also pressed Dominic Raab on the government's failure to make progress on its 100,000-a-day testing target.
UPDATED: Wheelchair user Shallo Chand, her elderly mother, and her friend, have been allocated seats on a flight home after BuzzFeed News reported on their case.
London Police Officers Have Been Criticised For Failing To Enforce Social Distancing During The "Clap For Carers"
Several UK police forces have been criticised for taking a heavy-handed approach to enforcing social distancing — but Met officers stood by as a crowd gathered on Westminster Bridge on Thursday.
The Health Secretary Has Said Official Statistics Don't Show The True Number Of People Who've Died In The UK's Care Homes
Matt Hancock also defended the government's record on testing after it emerged only 18,000 tests were carried out yesterday.
First secretary of state Dominic Raab made the announcement at the government's daily press conference.