Chief medical officer for England Professor Chris Whitty said Covid-19 cases will ‘rise again’ if people do not follow social distancing guidance.
Ms Long-Bailey has been caste onto the backbenches following a bust-up with Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.
The Met Police said it was deploying extra officers in protective equipment to unlicensed events around London on Thursday.
Face masks will be made mandatory on public transport, ministers said, as commuter volumes return to normal.
The British Medical Association has set out guidelines for people in England, who can go on domestic holidays from July 4.
Sir Keir Starmer said it would be important to remember those who had died during the pandemic.
Forecasters said it will be an ‘uncomfortable’ night’s sleep for many as temperatures hover around 20C.
The actor is suing News Group Newspapers, the tabloid’s publisher, over an April 2018 article which referred to Mr Depp as a ‘wife-beater’.
Guests will be able to stay from July 4.
Live performances ‘are the soul of our nation and a lynchpin of our world-beating creative industries’, Oliver Dowden said.
The London Ambulance Service wanted to thank the children of medics and call handlers who may have found it hard being away from their loved ones.
The actor cycled 36km in support of Emma Fogarty, who crossed the finish line following a month-long assisted charity walk on Thursday.
Pub owners and hoteliers cheered the announcement.
Councillor Ruairi Kelly wrote to chief superintendent Hazel Hendren with concerns after ‘fascist thugs were able to run wild in George Square’.
Short-haul flights to popular European destinations are expected to resume from next month.
Michael Heeps from High Valleyfield in Fife died after getting into difficulty in Loch Lubnaig.
The Prince of Wales will discuss food production and the environment.