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Britain has asked the US for 200 ventilators to fight the coronavirus pandemic, US President Donald Trump has said.
Questions remain over the UK’s coronavirus strategy in the absence of Boris Johnson as the Prime Minister was spending a second night in intensive care.
The NHS has launched a mental health hotline to offer support to hundreds of thousands of health workers on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus.
Almost 80% of businesses in Northern Ireland plan to furlough some or all employees over the next week as revenues plummet and cash reserves are severely hit, a survey showed.
The entirety of the UK Labour movement now understands the importance of Scotland, according to Ian Murray.
Two snow leopards in Nepal have been fitted with satellite collars to gather information that could help protect the threatened species.
Monarch butterflies reared in captivity are weaker than their wild counterparts, scientists have said.
Permanent job appointments across Scotland in March fell at the fastest rate since the global financial crash, according to a study.
Richer households may be effectively be forced into boosting their savings during the coronavirus shutdown, a think-tank has claimed.
Around 2,800 gyms and other fitness sites could close by the middle of June unless the Government steps in with extra help, the industry’s trade body has warned.
Britain’s top bosses should not expect their pay packages to escape unharmed if they cut staff pay due to the coronavirus crisis, a group representing investors has said.
As coronavirus continues to dominate headlines, the question of whether infectious diseases can be connected to environmental change remains.
Sainsbury’s has lifted buying restrictions on “thousands of products” to help customers shop for people in the vulnerable group who are unable to leave the house.
Easyjet’s founder has threatened to personally sue executives at the firm if it spends “a penny” on a £4.5 billion order with plane manufacturer Airbus and fails to repay its £600 million Government loan on time.
A GP is celebrating his birthday and the end of his brain tumour treatment with a socially-distanced 5km run in the garden.
Retired footballer Ronaldinho has been released from a high-security jail in Paraguay.
Staff at health supplement retailer Holland and Barrett are demanding it closes its stores on safety grounds amid the coronavirus outbreak.
You don’t have to miss out on your favourite beauty treatments because the salons are shut – use the opportunity to bring the pampering to your own home.
Some of the 4,000 beds in the new NHS Nightingale hospital have been taken up by Covid-19 patients.
The coronavirus death toll in France has passed 10,000.
Boris Johnson was spending a second night in intensive care as the NHS Nightingale Hospital built in London to boost capacity during the coronavirus pandemic admitted its first patients.
Stargazing enthusiasts have been marvelling at the emergence of a pink supermoon in the night skies over the UK.
A doctor who specialised in treating the elderly has died after testing positive for Covid-19.
A family in Hampshire have decorated their house in Christmas lights as a tribute to NHS workers.
The US navy’s acting secretary has resigned just hours after he had publicly apologised for criticising an officer he fired as captain of the coronavirus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Six children in secure care units in Scotland have tested negative for coronavirus.
Boris Johnson’s plan to review whether the coronavirus lockdown measures could be eased on Monday has been shelved.
A north-east business has become one of the first to donate essential food supplies to charity during the coronavirus crisis.
Soldiers have been partnered up with ambulance teams to help bolster the NHS’ emergency response during the coronavirus pandemic.
Northern Ireland’s Health minister has warned of the potential for stricter social distancing measures amid evidence that the current lockdown is having an impact.