The teenager convicted of lying about gang rape in Cyprus will speak in her first television interview.
The Labour leader’s predecessor Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised for his handling of the issue.
The UK’s chief medical officer said around 13.5% of care homes have confirmed coronavirus cases.
The Barry family from Breightmet, in Greater Manchester, has offered free vegetables, food deliveries and support to vulnerable residents.
He claimed the plan was working but that the crisis was not yet past its peak.
Funding will pay for a four-year project at the University of Portsmouth.
An additional £600m has been earmarked for public services, while charities can bid for parts of a £33m ‘wellbeing fund’.
Mr Raab said the Government’s plan was working and urged people to ‘stick with it’.
Australian researchers have successfully tested ventilator splitting but warn it needs further trials.
From doctors to porters, dozens of frontline workers have already died in the fight against the pandemic.
Anita Lasker-Wallfisch played in the Women’s Orchestra of Auschwitz before being transported to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Armed police cared for the cub after it was found wounded in a park in London.
The lockdown means public festivities in Trafalgar Square have been cancelled.
Scientists say the supernova is at least twice as bright and energetic, and likely to be more massive than any yet recorded.
Mark Drakeford spoke out as Public Health Wales revealed the number of people who have died after contracting Covid-19 rose by 15 to 384.
The latest death at Stanley Park Care Home in County Durham occurred on Monday morning.
The latest figures show 18,000 tests are carried out a day in Britain, the Prime Minister’s spokesman said.