A full list of the countries exempt from England’s coronavirus travel quarantine has been released by the government.
Some regions in England are doing better than others in combating the growth of COVID-19, according to new government figures.
Pubs in England will be allowed to open from 6am tomorrow as punters prepare to order their first pint in more than three months.
It has been revealed that staff who move between care homes are more likely to contract COVID-19 – as it emerged that almost 20,000 deaths of care home residents in England and Wales have involved the virus.
A second wave of coronavirus infections in the UK is “quite a possibility”, according to England’s deputy chief medical officer.
The number of COVID-19 cases has gone up in 36 local authority areas in England.
The UK economy is on course for a V-shaped recovery from the coronavirus crisis though the risk of a prolonged period of unemployment remains, according to the Bank of England’s chief economist.
Leicester will remain under the current lockdown measures for at least two more weeks as restrictions are relaxed across the rest of England on Saturday.
Britons are expected to spend £210m in pubs when they reopen in England this weekend.
Some of England’s crumbling schools and colleges are to benefit from a 10-year rebuilding programme under plans to be set out by the prime minister on Monday.
NHS England has apologised after Sky News revealed that only 23% of health trusts in England have risk-assessed their BAME staff.
England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty has issued a stark warning that coronavirus cases will rise again if people do not follow social distancing guidance.
Driving lessons and theory tests will be able to restart in England from 4 July, the transport secretary has confirmed.
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.
The prime minister has announced a reduction in the two-metre social distancing rule, as he gave the green light for pubs, restaurants, hotels, hairdressers and barbers in England to reopen from 4 July.
Millions of people “shielding” during the coronavirus outbreak will soon be able to meet six others from outside their home.
Most children will be “very unlikely” to have to shield even if there is a surge in coronavirus cases, England’s deputy chief medical officer has said.
The government would have struggled to fund itself if the Bank of England had not intervened during the market “meltdown” of COVID-19, the Bank’s governor has told Sky News.
Boris Johnson will announce on Tuesday which sectors of England’s economy can reopen on 4 July.
The rules of shopping have changed, but that hasn’t put off the swarms of shoppers lining England’s high streets as non-essential shops welcomed back customers for the first time in 12 weeks.
From next week primary schools with capacity to accommodate maximum class sizes of 15 pupils will be encouraged to welcome back another year group.
From teddy bear’s picnics, to TV and treats with Nana, there have been emotional reunions across England as some families created “social bubbles” for the first time.
The coronavirus reproduction rate may have risen above 1 in parts of England, government scientists have said.
Adults living alone in England, including single parents with children under 18, will be able to form a “support bubble” with one other household, the prime minister has announced.
Many of the problems the UK faced early on in the coronavirus pandemic were due to a failure to speed up testing, England’s chief medical officer has said.
Pubs and hairdressers will not be able to serve customers again for at least another month, the business secretary has confirmed while warning retailers over their conduct ahead of next week’s re-opening of non-essential stores in England.
New figures show around half of primary schools in England reopened to more children last week, as the government scrapped plans for all pupils to return before the summer holidays.
Another 204 people have died with the coronavirus in the UK, according to the the latest Department of Health figures.
The R value – a key measure of how much coronavirus is spreading – is around the crucial figure of one in the North West and South West of England, according to new estimates.
Wearing a face covering on public transport in England will be compulsory from 15 June, the transport secretary has announced.