A Government announcement on new measures is anticipated.
The ONS said volumes for the month were 4% higher than in February, before the country was fully impacted by the pandemic.
Two thirds do not think autumn is an important season for gardening, poll shows.
Most multi-buy cans will be available loose, while tuna and tomatoes will move to a card sleeve that can be recycled.
Police said it was a ‘totally unwarranted violent assault’.
The former health secretary claims nearly twice as much is being spent on lawsuits as on the total pay of labour doctors in England.
The mayor of London has joined with councils in the capital to call for an extension to 2021/22.
The number of disclosures made under Clare’s Law nearly doubled from 3,410 in the year ending March 2017 to 6,583 in the year ending March 2019.
The national papers are dominated by concern over the ‘barely functional’ test and trace scheme.
The new lockdown measures come amid reports that tougher restrictions are expected to be imposed on Lancashire.
The portal opens in a pop-up window, features a quick exit button and leaves no trace in internet history.
But Ursula von der Leyen said the PM had distracted negotiators by threatening legislation that would override the Brexit agreement.
Carl Thomas dragged a 1.25-tonne aeroplane up and down an airfield at Elvington, near York.
The Government is due to launch its social care action plan to help fight the spread of coronavirus over winter.
The Typhoon Quick Reaction Alert fighters were sent out in response to Russian planes for the third time in six days.
Here is a guide to the latest changes.
It is the second day running that ministers have provoked the ire of the sector in relation to preparations for leaving the EU transition period.