A woman arrested at the scene after a seven-year-old girl was stabbed to death in a Bolton park has been detained under the Mental Health Act, Greater Manchester Police said
Britain sent in the army to deliver protective equipment to hospitals on Monday and told people to stay at home and heed warnings over social distancing or the government would bring in more extreme measures to stop the coronavirus spread
The FTSE 100 has opened more than 4.5% down amid the COVID19 outbreak
Health Secretary has told Sky News that over the weekend the Government sent a shipment of protective equipment to every hospital adding he wants "to know where there are shortages" and that "millions of masks" will be shipped every day "to make sure they get to the frontline"
PM Johnson warns that government will think "very actively in the next 24 hours" about restricting movement altogether. Says the "pleasure & ability" to move freely aids physical & mental health. But if people won't follow rules "I'm afraid we're going to have to bring forward tougher measures"
Britain reports 665 new cases of coronavirus within 24 hours, taking the total number to 5683
Boris Johnson initiated a partial shutdown only after Macron threatened to close the border, warning that the rest of Europe would follow suit. "We clearly had to threaten him so that he would finally move."
British Prime Minister says ALL cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants must close from tonight
Northwick Park Hospital in Harrow has declared a "critical incident" due to a surge in patients with covid-19
The British Foreign Office decides to withdraw non-essential diplomats from its embassies in several countries due to the Coronavirus
British Health Secretary: If citizens do not adhere to medical advice, the government will have to take tougher measures
Ireland records 191 new cases of coronavirus, bringing its total to 557 cases
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the UK could "turn the tide" of the coronavirus outbreak in the next 12 week if people take the precautionary steps the Government has outlined
Bank of England cuts rates to 0.1%, announces £200 billion of extra QE
A Scottish Prison Service spokeswoman says two prisoners at HMP Kilmarnock have tested positive for COVID19
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says he cannot give a "cast iron guarantee" that the UN climate change conference in Glasgow will go ahead due to the COVID19 pandemic but a decision is being kept under close review
Britain withdraws part of its forces in Iraq because of Coronavirus
British Prime Minister: We are in an unprecedented situation and the government is working as quickly as possible to confront the Corona virus
Downing Street making important clarification about what may happen in London in coming days From No10 spokesman at lobby briefing * There are no plans to close down London transport network * There is "zero chance" of any restrictions to travel in and out of London
EU's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says he has COVID19
Up to 20,000 @BritishArmy, @RoyalNavy, @RoyalAirForce personnel will be put on standby to help combat the coronavirus, with troops gearing up to drive oxygen tankers, support the police and boost hospital capacity
74 new cases of COVID19 diagnosed in Ireland. Total of 366 cases
"A time of national sacrifice" Ireland Covid19 This was the address delivered by an Taoiseach @LeoVaradkar, the Prime Minister of Ireland. "Fear is a virus in itself"
Schools in England to close on Friday "until further notice" due to concerns over coronavirus outbreak and to limit COVID19 spread
Sky News understands that schools in Northern Ireland will close to pupils immediately and to staff from Friday amid the COVID19 outbreak
UK COVID19 deaths jump to 104, according to health authorities
Britain's biggest supermarkets, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda, imposed limits on purchases of pasta, toilet roll and long life milk after alarmed shoppers stripped shelves bare to hoard for possible isolation in the Coronavirus Outbreak
Taoiseach is to make Ministerial Broadcast to country at 9pm on COVID19. Being made under Section 112 of Broadcast Act, which allows Government broadcasting time for announcements in the event of major emergency
Downing Street says Boris Johnson discussed the COVID19 outbreak in a telephone call with German chancellor Angela Merkel, French president Emmanuel Macron and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Johnson: Anyone with symptoms of fever should stay at home for 10 days