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Coronavirus UK: Daily death toll halves, rising by 43 to 465

Twenty-eight more patients died overnight in England. Six more patients died in Scotland, five in Wales and four in Northern Ireland.

NHS is 'bowled over' after 750,000 people sign up for volunteer army to fight coronavirus

Nearly half a million pledged their support in the first 24 hours after the appeal went out on Tuesday, including many workers who had lost their jobs as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
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NHS is 'bowled over' after 750,000 people sign up for volunteer army to fight coronavirus

Nearly half a million pledged their support in the first 24 hours after the appeal went out on Tuesday, including many workers who had lost their jobs as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Government relaxes abortion law so women can take termination pills at home

The measures - put in place so women do not have to visit a hospital or clinic - will last two years or until the coronavirus epidemic ends.
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Government relaxes abortion law so women can take termination pills at home

The measures - put in place so women do not have to visit a hospital or clinic - will last two years or until the coronavirus epidemic ends.

Expert who said just 5,700 may die from coronavirus in the UK says he was wrong

Tom Pike calculated his original death rate by assuming that Britain would follow a similar pattern to Wuhan, but now says that we are not on the same trajectory and fears more deaths.
News | Mail Online

Expert who said just 5,700 may die from coronavirus in the UK says he was wrong

Tom Pike calculated his original death rate by assuming that Britain would follow a similar pattern to Wuhan, but now says that we are not on the same trajectory and fears more deaths.

Police on coronavirus patrol continue to shame groups of people

Police armed with new powers to enforce the coronavirus lockdown continued to shame suspected wrongdoers yesterday - including the MP son of former Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock.
News | Mail Online

Police on coronavirus patrol continue to shame groups of people

Police armed with new powers to enforce the coronavirus lockdown continued to shame suspected wrongdoers yesterday - including the MP son of former Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock.

Quarter of Britons could be tested for coronavirus to shorten lockdown period

Officials have identified suppliers that can make the tests and have agreed 'in principle' to purchase 17.5million if they pass medical checks.
News | Mail Online

Quarter of Britons could be tested for coronavirus to shorten lockdown period

Officials have identified suppliers that can make the tests and have agreed 'in principle' to purchase 17.5million if they pass medical checks.

Don't attack firms that stay open - they have every right to, says business minister 

Business minister Nadhim Zahawi showed his support for firms who continue to trade, calling for damage to the UK economy to be 'minimised' and dismissing 'unfair criticism' of bosses.
News | Mail Online

Don't attack firms that stay open - they have every right to, says business minister 

Business minister Nadhim Zahawi showed his support for firms who continue to trade, calling for damage to the UK economy to be 'minimised' and dismissing 'unfair criticism' of bosses.

Britain's economy will shrink by 15 per cent between April and June experts warn

As business closures take their toll, the UK will enter the deepest recession since the financial crisis, experts warn today. Michael Gove hinted that a new era of austerity is on the horizon.
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Britain's economy will shrink by 15 per cent between April and June experts warn

As business closures take their toll, the UK will enter the deepest recession since the financial crisis, experts warn today. Michael Gove hinted that a new era of austerity is on the horizon.

'Critical' shortage of coronavirus test component means some London hospitals could run out in DAYS

EXCLUSIVE: The internal email was sent to NHS staff in London including those working at London North West University Healthcare Trust. The test shortage may mean staff cannot be checked.
News | Mail Online

'Critical' shortage of coronavirus test component means some London hospitals could run out in DAYS

EXCLUSIVE: The internal email was sent to NHS staff in London including those working at London North West University Healthcare Trust. The test shortage may mean staff cannot be checked.

London streets are eerily quiet as bustling pubs and bars lie empty on first Saturday of lockdown

The normally bustling streets of London were eerily quiet on Saturday night as Britons stayed at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
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London streets are eerily quiet as bustling pubs and bars lie empty on first Saturday of lockdown

The normally bustling streets of London were eerily quiet on Saturday night as Britons stayed at home during the coronavirus lockdown.

Hospitals outside London face FOUR DAY wait for coronavirus test results

Results in London can come through as quickly as 24 hours from the time of testing. But a Cambridge University Hospitals consultant said results came through in three to four days there.
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Hospitals outside London face FOUR DAY wait for coronavirus test results

Results in London can come through as quickly as 24 hours from the time of testing. But a Cambridge University Hospitals consultant said results came through in three to four days there.

The damning case against Ghislaine Maxwell

American lawyer Bradley Edwards made it his life's mission on behalf of countless young female victims to put Jeffrey Epstein behind bars. Here he talks about Ghislaine's involvement.
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The damning case against Ghislaine Maxwell

American lawyer Bradley Edwards made it his life's mission on behalf of countless young female victims to put Jeffrey Epstein behind bars. Here he talks about Ghislaine's involvement.

Chancellor Rishi 'Dishy' Sunak is the voters choice to stand in for Boris Johnson

The ringing endorsement comes after the Prime Minister tested positive for coronavirus. Downing Street has already said that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab would take over if needed.
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Chancellor Rishi 'Dishy' Sunak is the voters choice to stand in for Boris Johnson

The ringing endorsement comes after the Prime Minister tested positive for coronavirus. Downing Street has already said that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab would take over if needed.

More than 1.6million people in England could already be infected with coronavirus

Edge Health, a UK health data analysis company, revealed that while the official figure stood at 10,000 coronavirus cases on March 26, an estimated true figure for infections in the UK was 1,614,505.
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More than 1.6million people in England could already be infected with coronavirus

Edge Health, a UK health data analysis company, revealed that while the official figure stood at 10,000 coronavirus cases on March 26, an estimated true figure for infections in the UK was 1,614,505.

Stranded Britons face paying up to £40,000 for flight home during coronavirus lockdown

Marine engineer Tim Johnson, 30, from Norwich, says flights from Auckland, New Zealand - where he is currently stranded with his wife Nikki - cost between £15,000 and £40,096.
News | Mail Online

Stranded Britons face paying up to £40,000 for flight home during coronavirus lockdown

Marine engineer Tim Johnson, 30, from Norwich, says flights from Auckland, New Zealand - where he is currently stranded with his wife Nikki - cost between £15,000 and £40,096.

Senior health chief warns Britons might need to say on lockdown until June

Some senior government figures have suggested that coronavirus could peak in April. But Professor Neil Ferguson said Britons will need to stay indoors for a full three months.
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Senior health chief warns Britons might need to say on lockdown until June

Some senior government figures have suggested that coronavirus could peak in April. But Professor Neil Ferguson said Britons will need to stay indoors for a full three months.

Has the 'Sheikh who bought London' forked out £700million for the Ritz?

London's world-renowned Ritz hotel has been sold to a Qatari investor for £700 million, ending more than a century of British ownership - and fuelling a family feud between its billionaire owners.
News | Mail Online

Has the 'Sheikh who bought London' forked out £700million for the Ritz?

London's world-renowned Ritz hotel has been sold to a Qatari investor for £700 million, ending more than a century of British ownership - and fuelling a family feud between its billionaire owners.

Spain suffers its worst day for coronavirus deaths with 832 in space of 24 hours

The ban on a range of work activities in Spain - which were allowed in the first two weeks after a state of emergency was introduced - will start on Monday and last until April 9.
News | Mail Online

Spain suffers its worst day for coronavirus deaths with 832 in space of 24 hours

The ban on a range of work activities in Spain - which were allowed in the first two weeks after a state of emergency was introduced - will start on Monday and last until April 9.

Tory aide and social media guru are masterminding the government's NHS messaging

Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock both tested positive for coronavirus yesterday. Just hours after they confirmed they had the virus, Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty, had symptoms.
News | Mail Online

Tory aide and social media guru are masterminding the government's NHS messaging

Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock both tested positive for coronavirus yesterday. Just hours after they confirmed they had the virus, Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty, had symptoms.

Police in South Africa fire RUBBER BULLETS at hundreds of shoppers

Police arrived in 10 patrol vehicles and started firing rubber bullets towards the shoppers outside a popular grocery store in Yeoville, Johannesburg, on Saturday, eye-witnesses said.
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Police in South Africa fire RUBBER BULLETS at hundreds of shoppers

Police arrived in 10 patrol vehicles and started firing rubber bullets towards the shoppers outside a popular grocery store in Yeoville, Johannesburg, on Saturday, eye-witnesses said.

Italian man, 101, born during Spanish flu pandemic, recovers from coronavirus

The man, from Rimini in north-east Italy, was born in 1919 as the world was grappling with the pandemic which killed 50million people.
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Italian man, 101, born during Spanish flu pandemic, recovers from coronavirus

The man, from Rimini in north-east Italy, was born in 1919 as the world was grappling with the pandemic which killed 50million people.

Boris Johnson is STILL self-isolating at Number 11 with 'mild symptoms of coronavirus'

A Number 10 spokesperson told MailOnline that Boris Johnson's conditions remains 'the same' today, with 'mild symptoms'.
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Boris Johnson is STILL self-isolating at Number 11 with 'mild symptoms of coronavirus'

A Number 10 spokesperson told MailOnline that Boris Johnson's conditions remains 'the same' today, with 'mild symptoms'.

Channel Tunnel remains OPEN despite France battling 'extremely high surge' in coronavirus cases

Trains between London and Paris were still running after French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said the 'epidemic wave' was sweeping his country with 'remarkable strength'.
News | Mail Online

Channel Tunnel remains OPEN despite France battling 'extremely high surge' in coronavirus cases

Trains between London and Paris were still running after French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said the 'epidemic wave' was sweeping his country with 'remarkable strength'.

‘Inadequate armor’? FETISH supplier donates gear to ‘underfunded’ NHS as Covid-19 deaths pass 1,000 mark

With Britain’s National Health Service struggling to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, help has come from the most unlikely source. A company supplying medical equipment to hardcore fetish enthusiasts has donated its stock. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Inadequate armor’? FETISH supplier donates gear to ‘underfunded’ NHS as Covid-19 deaths pass 1,000 mark

With Britain’s National Health Service struggling to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, help has come from the most unlikely source. A company supplying medical equipment to hardcore fetish enthusiasts has donated its stock. Read Full Article at RT.com

Runner completes a MARATHON in his own back garden so his training doesn't go to waste

James Page, 36, from Sidcup, had been in training for an ultra-marathon and the London Marathon, and decided to put his hours of hard graft to good use by completing a marathon in his garden.
News | Mail Online

Runner completes a MARATHON in his own back garden so his training doesn't go to waste

James Page, 36, from Sidcup, had been in training for an ultra-marathon and the London Marathon, and decided to put his hours of hard graft to good use by completing a marathon in his garden.

NHS staff will be tested for coronavirus from next week

The government announced yesterday that it would be rolling out the tests in an attempt to boost numbers on the front line with hospitals recording staff absence rates of up to 50 per cent.
News | Mail Online

NHS staff will be tested for coronavirus from next week

The government announced yesterday that it would be rolling out the tests in an attempt to boost numbers on the front line with hospitals recording staff absence rates of up to 50 per cent.

Coronavirus UK: Whole street applauds Hampshire paramedic

As Tayla Porter, 22, left for Basingstoke and North Hampshire hospital on Thursday, she was greeted with the whole of her street in Basingstoke, Hampshire, standing to clap her to her car.
News | Mail Online

Coronavirus UK: Whole street applauds Hampshire paramedic

As Tayla Porter, 22, left for Basingstoke and North Hampshire hospital on Thursday, she was greeted with the whole of her street in Basingstoke, Hampshire, standing to clap her to her car.

‘Least deserving’ Branson roasted as Virgin Atlantic seeks massive state-sponsored bailout despite not paying staff

Billionaire Richard Branson is coming under fire from politicians and regular citizens alike as the tycoon sought hundreds of millions of pounds in state aid for his Virgin Atlantic airline due to the Covid-19 crunch. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Least deserving’ Branson roasted as Virgin Atlantic seeks massive state-sponsored bailout despite not paying staff

Billionaire Richard Branson is coming under fire from politicians and regular citizens alike as the tycoon sought hundreds of millions of pounds in state aid for his Virgin Atlantic airline due to the Covid-19 crunch. Read Full Article at RT.com

In 2009 UK government experts wildly over-hyped dangers of swine flu — is history repeating with Covid-19?

Amidst the coronavirus lockdown, some of the claims of governments and media have been shown to be exaggerated. Ten years ago, they tried the same thing with swine flu. They haven’t learned their lessons — has the public? Read Full Article at RT.com
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In 2009 UK government experts wildly over-hyped dangers of swine flu — is history repeating with Covid-19?

Amidst the coronavirus lockdown, some of the claims of governments and media have been shown to be exaggerated. Ten years ago, they tried the same thing with swine flu. They haven’t learned their lessons — has the public? Read Full Article at RT.com

Workers who have not taken a holiday will be able to carry it over into the next 2 years 

Workers in the UK, who have not taken a holiday because of the crisis will be able to carry it over into the next two years.
News | Mail Online

Workers who have not taken a holiday will be able to carry it over into the next 2 years 

Workers in the UK, who have not taken a holiday because of the crisis will be able to carry it over into the next two years.

Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson didn't practise what he preached

The Prime Minister and his Health Secretary were seen standing within six-foot of each other before they were diagnosed. Chief medical officer Chris Whitty also has the virus.
News | Mail Online

Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson didn't practise what he preached

The Prime Minister and his Health Secretary were seen standing within six-foot of each other before they were diagnosed. Chief medical officer Chris Whitty also has the virus.

How airlines are denying Britons cash refunds during coronavirus pandemic

Dozens of UK flight passengers have got in touch with MailOnline over the past 24 hours saying they are only being offered the chance to rebook after their holidays were cancelled.
News | Mail Online

How airlines are denying Britons cash refunds during coronavirus pandemic

Dozens of UK flight passengers have got in touch with MailOnline over the past 24 hours saying they are only being offered the chance to rebook after their holidays were cancelled.

UK's coronavirus crackdown may get tougher as people continue to ignore lockdown

Britain's coronavirus death toll surged by 181 yesterday as Government advisers warned that even stricter social distancing measures could be on the way. It comes as people continue to flout lockdown guidelines.
News | Mail Online

UK's coronavirus crackdown may get tougher as people continue to ignore lockdown

Britain's coronavirus death toll surged by 181 yesterday as Government advisers warned that even stricter social distancing measures could be on the way. It comes as people continue to flout lockdown guidelines.

Three Degrees singer Sheila Ferguson: 'I didn't want to be a notch on Charles's bedpost'

Sheila Ferguson was self-isolating at home in Kent for the third week when she heard on the news that Prince Charles had contracted coronavirus. She was beside herself with worry.
News | Mail Online

Three Degrees singer Sheila Ferguson: 'I didn't want to be a notch on Charles's bedpost'

Sheila Ferguson was self-isolating at home in Kent for the third week when she heard on the news that Prince Charles had contracted coronavirus. She was beside herself with worry.

Royal Mail deliveries could stop within three weeks as CWU says workers are delivering 'junk'

Postal workers are being advised to call in sick rather than risk catching the coronavirus. The Communications Workers Union is warning it could halt deliveries within three weeks as they deliver 'junk'.
News | Mail Online

Royal Mail deliveries could stop within three weeks as CWU says workers are delivering 'junk'

Postal workers are being advised to call in sick rather than risk catching the coronavirus. The Communications Workers Union is warning it could halt deliveries within three weeks as they deliver 'junk'.

Heathrow immigration officer and his pharmacist daughter die from coronavirus 24 hours apart 

Sudhir Sharma, pictured with his daughter, from Hounslow, west London, died on Wednesday before Pooja, who worked in an East Sussex hospital, suffered the same tragic fate the next day.
News | Mail Online

Heathrow immigration officer and his pharmacist daughter die from coronavirus 24 hours apart 

Sudhir Sharma, pictured with his daughter, from Hounslow, west London, died on Wednesday before Pooja, who worked in an East Sussex hospital, suffered the same tragic fate the next day.

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