Coronavirus: Dispersal zones in parts of London after more unlicensed events

Police have put dispersal zones in place after two large unlicensed music events in south London.Officers said the events in Clapham Common and Tooting Bec Common prompted the move, which allows uniformed police extra powers to order people to leave

Coronavirus: Dispersal zones in parts of London after more unlicensed events

Coronavirus: Locals not troubled by illegal street parties despite police clashes

Residents said they were unfazed by illegal block parties after riot police clashed with party-goers at unlicensed music events in northwest London. Police spent a third night trying to break up illegal gatherings on Friday, with a Section 60 order a

Coronavirus: Locals not troubled by illegal street parties despite police clashes

Coronavirus: Unscrupulous breeders using lockdown to sell sick puppies for over the odds

Unscrupulous breeders are using a surge in demand for puppies during lockdown to sell underage and sick dogs for over the odds prices.The latest figures show the Dogs Trust had a 393% increase in enquiries about puppies from 17 April to 20 May this y

Coronavirus: Unscrupulous breeders using lockdown to sell sick puppies for over the odds

Coronavirus: US suffers biggest single-day rise in cases, as officials admit 'we are facing a serious problem'

The US has suffered its biggest single-day rise in coronavirus cases, as America's leading infectious diseases expert admitted parts of the country were "facing a serious problem".A total of 37,077 new infections were reported across the country on T

Coronavirus: US suffers biggest single-day rise in cases, as officials admit 'we are facing a serious problem'

Coronavirus: Spanish researchers say they've found coronavirus trace in March 2019 water sample

Spanish virologists believe they may have found traces of COVID-19 in a sample of waste water collected in Barcelona in March of last year. If that is proven to be the case, it would mean the discovery was made nine months before the coronavirus was

Coronavirus: Spanish researchers say they've found coronavirus trace in March 2019 water sample

Coronavirus: NHS England apologises after investigation finds only 23% of health trusts have risk-assessed BAME staff

NHS England has apologised after Sky News revealed that only 23% of health trusts in England have risk-assessed their BAME staff.Two months ago, chief executive Sir Simon Stevens wrote to all trusts telling them Black Asian and Minority Ethnic staff

Coronavirus: NHS England apologises after investigation finds only 23% of health trusts have risk-assessed BAME staff

Coronavirus: UK reports 186 more COVID-19 deaths as daily count rises by more than a fifth

Another 186 people have died with coronavirus in the UK - an increase in the daily count of more than a fifth compared to 24 hours earlier.The Department of Health and Social Care reported a further 186 fatalities in all settings across the UK on Fri

Coronavirus: UK reports 186 more COVID-19 deaths as daily count rises by more than a fifth

Coronavirus: Summer holidays abroad allowed as UK quarantine rules to be changed

Britons will be able to go on summer holidays abroad as the government prepares to announce that people travelling to certain countries will no longer be required to self-isolate for 14 days upon returning to the UK.Ministers are poised to clear the

Coronavirus: Summer holidays abroad allowed as UK quarantine rules to be changed

Coronavirus: Texas halts more reopenings as hospitals hit by 'explosion' in COVID-19 cases

Further phased reopenings of the economy in Texas have been halted as doctors reported an "explosion" in the number of coronavirus patients.The state, which was among the first to start lifting the lockdown, has seen one of the biggest surges in new

Coronavirus: Texas halts more reopenings as hospitals hit by 'explosion' in COVID-19 cases

Coronavirus: How many cases of COVID-19 where I live?

From 4 July, social distancing rules in England are being eased. People will be encouraged to stay "one-metre plus" away from others, but continue to remain two metres apart whenever possible.Does that mean that the risk of getting infected with coro