Prof Chris Whitty told the Number 10 briefing: ‘If I was to choose one, it would probably be looking at how we could … speed up testing’.
Detail of David Mellor’s behaviour emerged during a High Court trial after a private equity firm run by businesswoman Amanda Staveley sued Barclays.
The Government did not publish eligibility guidelines for the scheme as anticipated on Wednesday.
A round-up of Wednesday’s feelgood stories.
The bodies of Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry were found in Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London, on Sunday.
Nine research team winners of the Digital Security by Design grant competition have been announced and will share the fund.
The online grocery business has seen demand surge as customers have been forced to stay at home in the face of the pandemic.
At least 192 frontline health and care workers have died with Covid-19.
The company says it beat its initial target of 50 locations by the summer.
The royal was marking the milestone with the Queen at Windsor.
Campaigners have been challenging the existence of memorials to historical figures across the UK.
The fastest train services currently take around four hours and 30 minutes for London-Glasgow and four hours and 20 minutes for London-Edinburgh.
Single adult households will be able to form a ‘bubble’ with another household in England from Saturday to end the isolation some have endured.
Around 60 people marched from Green Park to Trafalgar Square in central London on Wednesday.
Adults living alone or single parents living with children under the age of 18 are covered by the new arrangements.
Intensive care nurse Jacqui Berry has started a petition to get a statue of Lord Kitchener on horseback in Chatham, Kent, pulled down.
Cumbria Police said officers had issued ‘numerous’ fixed penalty notices and had to clear up after people staying in the region.