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PETER HITCHENS: As I watched the Prime Minister order mass house arrest on Monday night, I felt revulsion, anger and grief - as anyone brought up when this was a free and well-governed...
Hilda Churchill, 108, survived two world wars and Spanish flu but she tragically passed away on Saturday less than a day after she tested positive for the virus in Salford, Greater Manchester.
Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, has been accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at paedophile Jeffrey Epstein's 7,500-acre ranch in New Mexico. Lawyer for Epstein's victims made the claims.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's temporary leave from prison in Tehran, Iran, in response to the Covid-19 epidemic, has been extended by two weeks and will now run until April 18.
He may be self-isolating as he recovers from the coronavirus, but it seems that has not stopped the Prince of Wales receiving visits from neighbours in Balmoral, Scotland.
In a chilling new account, an NHS doctor reveals how medics are at breaking point as they face a tsunami of new coronavirus patients and crippling equipment shortages.
Their relationship hit the buffers four months ago amid rumours Matt Smith had become close to his Crown co-star Claire Foy. But Lily James and Matt Smith were seen together in North London.
In a leaked WhatsApp video, UK fighter Billy Joe Saunders blasts into the heavy bag hanging in his barn, while providing a running commentary on how men can hit their partners during isolation.
Famous buildings and structures have switched off their lights to highlight change during Earth Hour, plunging landmarks in Moscow, Sydney and Beijing into complete darkness.
Questions are now being asked about who will foot the bill for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new Hollywood lifestyles, after they fled Canada to the US to start their new life in LA.
Britons have brazenly flouted Boris Johnson's strict instructions not to leave home other than for essentials, by stocking up on homeware and DIY equipment.
The presenters, 44, introduced a compilation of some of the show's best moments from their homes, and said from the start 'it was different and weird' to their usual live show.
Deliveries of thousands of urns in Wuhan have raised doubts over China's official coronavirus death toll. One funeral home even received two shipments of 5,000 urns in just two days.
The Metropolitan Police is facing a legal challenge over the deployment of officers in schools, which is said to have 'disproportionality negative consequences' for BAME boys.
The project, called 3DCrowdUK, has seen hundreds of sign ups since it was launched on Monday. The masks are being delivered to NHS hospitals across the country.
California doctor, Dr. Timmy Cheng treats patients with COVID-19 so he's taking steps to protect his family from the virus that has killed tens of thousands worldwide, by living in a tent, at home.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected more than half a million people worldwide, with more than 28,000 deaths recorded.
Irish air traffic controllers bade farewell to an Aer Lingus jet which is flying to China to pick up more than £200million worth of PPE gear for health care staff across the entire island.
Aerial photos show elaborate film sets for Jurassic World and The Little Mermaid at Pinewood Studios empty (pictured) after Britain was plunged into the coronavirus lockdown.
Joyce Giles (pictured) was surprised by her daughter Joanne Madden and her family when they held up Love Actually-inspired messages of love through her care home window in Manchester.