Sir Lindsay Hoyle insisted he will suspend Commons sittings if they become too crowded.
MPs called on the Government to agree an extension given the international Covid-19 context.
The former Sinn Fein leader took legal action claiming they were unsafe because his incarceration was not ‘personally considered’ by a minister.
Social media firms have been criticised over their response to misleading claims appearing online during the Covid-19 crisis.
The Government has published guidance which eases restrictions on estate agents.
Gavin Williamson said this would enable a ‘track-and-trace approach’ to be taken with any confirmed cases.
Ross Hunter is just one of seven finalists from more than 200 entries submitted to the CoVent-19 Challenge.
Boris Johnson insisted the number of outbreaks and deaths in care homes is now ‘well down’, as he sought to defend his handling of the crisis.
National Records of Scotland figures also reveal people in the poorest areas are more likely to die with Covid-19 than those in the most affluent.
The plea comes after proposals for primary school pupils in England to go back before summer were unveiled.
The retailer said it would reopen sites for takeaway hot drinks, after a successful trial across five stores.
Data on regional outbreaks will be vital to the success of the test, track and trace programme being implemented by the Government.
They said the device can be used to help in the fight against Covid-19.
England’s largest council has 591 parks and green spaces to look after.
The waiting list for planned treatment stood at around 4.4 million before the coronavirus outbreak but is now expected to be much higher.
The Government has issued guidance to help buyers and sellers understand what the lockdown changes mean for them.
Women are more likely to undertake postgraduate study, but they still earn less than their male peers on average, a report found.