The Government will need to decide whether it can manage further rises in Covid-19 infection with testing or full-scale controls, an expert has said, as scientists predict a third wave will hit the UK.
There could be a “resurgence” of Covid-19 infections as the country continues on its route out of lockdown, experts have warned.
Forcing England’s indoor visitor attractions to remain closed when non-essential shops reopen is “extraordinary”, a tourism industry leader has said.
Boris Johnson has ruled out lifting the ban on people visiting loved ones overseas.
More than 41,000 pubs, bars and restaurants have some kind of outdoor space which could allow them to reopen on April 12, according to new figures.
Boris Johnson has revealed he has already booked a visit to the pub for when restrictions ease but suggested he might wait for a haircut, despite saying he “badly” needed one.
Boris Johnson will face Tory MPs on Tuesday in an effort to quell unease over his route out of lockdown ahead of Commons votes on the plan.
Boris Johnson will address Tory MPs on Tuesday ahead of Commons votes on his plan for easing lockdown.
The Government has launched a new “stay at home” drive despite falling coronavirus rates, the success of the vaccine rollout and the announcement of a road map out of lockdown.
An advertising blitz has been launched to encourage people to stay at home despite declining coronavirus transmission rates, the success of the vaccine rollout and the launch of the road map out of lockdown.
Secondary schools are to be given funding to run summer schools under plans to help children in England catch up on lost learning.
The NHS app could be used to display vaccination status or latest coronavirus test results, as ministers consider the ethical issues surrounding the possible introduction of vaccine passports.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has sounded a note of caution around the return of supporters to sports venues.
The UK has laid out its road map for lifting all lockdown restrictions by the end of June, but many major economies are taking a different approach.
Holiday Inn owners Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has said that 2020 was the most challenging year in its history as the plunge in global travel dragged it into the red.
Boris Johnson has said he is “very optimistic” that he will be able to fully remove all of England’s coronavirus restrictions on June 21 but warned “nothing can be guaranteed”.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has issued a renewed appeal for people to get the coronavirus jab amid warnings that the virus may persist in deprived inner city communities where uptake is low.
Boris Johnson has said spring and summer in England will usher in changes to make lives “incomparably better” as he set out a plan to fully ease the lockdown by June 21.
Boris Johnson has said England is approaching “seasons of hope” that will usher in changes making lives “incomparably better” as he set out a plan to ease the lockdown by June 21.
University students on practical courses are set to return to campus for in-person teaching next month – a measure which has been welcomed by sector leaders.
Boris Johnson has today (Feb 22) set out a new road map for the easing of coronavirus restrictions, revealing a four-stage plan of how England will emerge from the current lockdown measures.
Limited social mixing indoors will be permitted again from May 17 at the earliest, while ministers will review whether people can hug their loved ones.
Boris Johnson promised “the end really is in sight” as he set out a plan to ease England’s lockdown by June 21.
Restrictions on weddings and funerals will be lifted completely from the summer, the Government has announced.
England’s coronavirus restrictions could finally be lifted by June 21 as part of a four-stage plan, Boris Johnson has announced as he declared “the end really is in sight”.
There will be a review into whether vaccine passports could be deployed as part of the road map for releasing the lockdown, the Prime Minister has confirmed.
A four-stage plan could see England’s coronavirus restrictions finally lifted by June 21, Boris Johnson has announced.
Outdoor sports will return from March 29, vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi has said.
Boris Johnson is to set out a “steady as she goes” plan for easing England’s lockdown, with schools and outdoor activities the first in line for a return.
Schools, socialising and some sports are set to return next month under the Government’s plan to relax coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.