The Housing Secretary defended his actions on Twitter.
Officers in Northern Ireland have asked the public to alert them to instances of people breaking the rules.
Ministers have urged people not to ‘ruin’ the UK’s progress.
The figures were announced by Nicola Sturgeon at a press briefing alongside Police Chief Constable Iain Livingstone.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols will point to the Easter story to show that ‘death is not the last word’.
The tune was sung and played up and down the country on Thursday evening.
A consultant virologist said patients can feel ‘weak and exhausted’ after a stay in intensive care.
Catriona Walker and Holly Watts say they feel their skills are being wasted.
Archie Wilks, from Saffron Walden, Essex. is being treated for neuroblastoma at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
A Twitter post by the force’s Cambridge team said they were pleased to see that the ‘non-essential aisles’ were empty.
Adam Bronkhorst created the route on fitness app Strava.
The boss of Team Ineos has helped the chemical giant distribute its product free to the NHS.
Stanley Johnson said his son ‘almost took one for the team’.
University students are angry at having to pay for vacated accommodation during the Covid-19 crisis.
Abdul Mabud Chowdhury wrote an urgent appeal to Boris Johnson about personal protective equipment.
From stronger communities to more quality time with family, we look at the effects of the restrictions.
Work has been carried out in Washington, Tyne and Wear, for a temporary hospital to care for coronavirus patients.