Environment Secretary George Eustice said the Government had “always recognised that there was more vulnerability” in care homes.
Access to home testing kits for the millions who are now eligible ran out in just over an hour on Wednesday morning.
Labour said the Government should have done more to protect jobs.
The Cambridges married nine years ago in front of 2,000 guests at Westminster Abbey and a worldwide television audience of millions.
An unidentified person has been spotted in the Norwich suburb of Hellesdon wearing a long black cloak.
Virtual meet-ups are very popular during lockdown but do not have to involve a quiz.
Chief executive Guillaume Faury said the industry must ‘learn to co-exist with this pandemic’.
The high street chain said full-year sales could fall by as much as 40%.
An investigation was launched over claims that the Home Secretary belittled colleagues and clashed with officials in three different departments.
P&O Cruises said it will introduce a series of ‘stringent measures’ once sailings resume when the coronavirus pandemic recedes.
Some £9 million taken from gambling operators due to regulatory failings will be channelled to problem gambling support networks.
William and Kate have reached their ninth wedding anniversary.
Freddy McConnell, who wants to be registered as ‘father’ or ‘parent’, last year lost a High Court fight.
The Home Secretary will face the Commons Home Affairs Committee for the first time this year.
The study was made up of non-smokers, cigarette smokers, e-cigarette users and people who both smoked and vaped.
Care home deaths and increased coronavirus testing are among the main topics in the nation’s newspapers.
The Government is preparing to release up-to-date figures for the number of people who have died in the community and care homes.