Saturday’s front pages are divided on whether a second wave of coronavirus infections has begun.
Boris Johnson says the second wave of the pandemic has now reached the UK.
Ms Whately said that with the prevalence of coronavirus rising in the population and in social care, ‘now is the time to act’.
Deputy leader Angela Rayner says proposals must include a commitment to pay the real living wage to all social care workers.
Referring to France and Spain, the Prime Minister said a second wave of the virus began among younger age groups.
Travellers entering the UK have to self-isolate for 14 days unless they have visited a country on the official list of nations considered low risk.
Mr Khan’s comments come after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the UK is ‘now seeing a second wave coming in’.
The estate’s profits are used to pay for the official duties of the monarchy via the Sovereign Grant.
Irish premier Micheal Martin announced the city would move to risk level three of the Government’s blueprint plan to deal with Covid-19.
Mr Johnson used his interview with broadcasters following his tour to stress that the ‘last thing anybody wants’ is a second lockdown.
Officers recovered the items on Wednesday following the underground search of a house in Neamt, in north-east Romania.
Scientists advising the Government say there has been ‘widespread growth’ of the virus across the country.
The street artist transforms the garden scene into a fly-tipping site.
Lord Blencathra was taking aim at the media with his comments.
Bolton, Hyndburn and Preston continue to record the highest rates.
Teenager Naomi Jupp was making her regular delivery to a property in Dorset when she noticed something was wrong and called police
Director of public prosecutions Max Hill said more remote hearings will be necessary.