A member of an NHS trust’s leadership team is among the latest to die after contracting Covid-19.
Dr Paul Kabasele was also a church pastor and warned followers of the dangers of coronavirus.
Scotland’s First Minister said the coronavirus infection rate is still too high to relax measures.
Car drivers and cyclists are behaving worse than before the coronavirus outbreak, while the behaviour of pedestrians has improved, said the survey.
The UK Government should invest in projects such as renewables, broadband, electric vehicles and insulation, experts said.
Britain’s biggest lenders launched the bounce-back loans earlier on Monday.
Artist Neil J Arms will be donating his painting of Captain Tom surrounded by a rainbow to the Army Foundation College in Harrogate.
She said her two years in the role had been a ‘huge privilege’.
The supermarket said it wants to ensure enough food is available for care homes in the community
Mary Seacole was a Jamaican-born nurse who established a hospital to provide support for officers wounded in the Crimean War.
The woman died in hospital on Sunday after the incident near Ipswich.
A survey shows how the nation’s wellbeing was affected by the Government’s coronavirus measures.
Telefonica, O2’s Spanish owner, confirmed it is in discussions with Virgin-owner Liberty Global over a deal between the two firms.
Tory MP Conor Burns breached the code of conduct by attempting to intimidate a member of the public.
Staff have told Unison their employers are not issuing them with enough protective gear such as masks, gloves, aprons and gowns.
It is aimed at producing a diagnostic test that can reveal results within an hour.
Pendragon said the talks collapsed despite believing that ‘such an exploration would have proved beneficial’.