The UK has started its third week in lockdown in an attempt to ‘flatten the curve’ of rising coronavirus cases.
The retailer added it is making preparations to open again once Government restrictions are lifted.
It will be forced to close its hospices within months without emergency funds.
It is the court’s first major ruling on mass litigation over the emissions scandal.
Robin Swann has been leading the Stormont ministerial Executive’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The provider said its mortgage range across all deposit sizes is still available and open for applications.
Construction firms reported their fastest downturn in activity for almost 11 years amid measures to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Anneliese Dodds was promoted to the role by her party’s new leader Sir Keir Starmer.
A murder probe was launched in 2003, three years after 14-year-old Sarah Benford went missing.
Scotland’s First Minister said she had hoped Dr Catherine Calderwood could continue to advise her Government.
The PM spent the night in hospital after being admitted as a ‘precautionary’ step for persistent Covid-19 symptoms.
Some 255,000 new cars were registered last month, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders .
Work by the Scots Guards will help create 200 extra beds for Covid-19 patients.
Aslef said its members working on the London Underground are risking their own safety to provide a service for essential workers.
The high street retailer said it has seen a ‘substantial downturn in economic activity’ as a result of the virus.
Visits to the National Domestic Abuse Helpline website were up by around 150%.
The Daily Mail General Trust (DMGT) and Reach, which owns the Mirror and Express, have been heavily hit by advertising and circulation falls.