Domestic abuse and women’s charities have reported a surge in demand since the UK lockdown started.
In just a few days, the group in Sheffield has had requests for 300 sets of scrubs from local hospitals and 200 from GP surgeries.
South Wales Police are appealing directly to Mohammed Ali Ege to hand himself in.
Matthew McGahan created the ‘upside-down challenge’ to help raise money for protective equipment for healthcare staff.
The first 10 doctors named as having died from Covid-19 were from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.
National Fire Chiefs Council chair Roy Wilsher said he wants other requests for support ‘agreed more quickly’.
Mounted police warned members of the public to heed coronavirus restrictions or face being fined.
The Health Secretary warned that the number could well be higher than 19.
Soldier Phill Moxey and twin Paul, a surgeon, have played a role in London’s temporary NHS Nightingale hospital.
Albert Chambers is now ‘fit and well’ after his ordeal, officials said.
First South West Buses have been criticised for providing flexible plastic sheets to protect drivers from risk of infection.
The Duchess of Cornwall is an avid reader who supports a number of literary organisations.
Boris Johnson has also been keeping himself occupied with films and Sudoku while he recovers.
The video urges people to use the ‘silent solution’ when calling the police.
The District Councils’ Network said communities reliant on tourism are anticipating ‘plummeting’ visitor numbers.
The Royal College of Nursing dismissed any suggestions that healthcare staff were ‘abusing or overusing’ PPE.
The PA news agency looks at activities to try when the lockdown ends, from skydiving to outdoor swimming.