The health secretary warns people must "follow the rules" on staying at home and social distancing.
The new Labour leader says the wealthy will have to pay more after the coronavirus crisis.
It brings the total death toll to 63, while 8,486 people have now been tested for Covid-19.
Lord Bath - the 7th Marquess of Bath - died on Saturday, it was announced by Longleat on Twitter.
Scotland's chief medical officer has apologised for going to her second home during the lockdown.
The owner of the centre will now cover costs for the NHS Nightingale Hospital.
Four men are in custody in connection with the murder of Robbie Lawlor who was killed on Saturday.
The Queen will also thank NHS workers in a speech to the nation on Sunday, Buckingham Palace says.
Sir Keir Starmer says the government still needs to be asked 'difficult questions' in the fight against coronavirus.
John Alagos, 24, became ill after working at Watford General Hospital in Hertfordshire.
Government will tell social media firms to take down posts more quickly after attacks on masts.
We rely on our pets to be there for us, but now we are with them all the time... how are they coping?
Listen to some BBC correspondents sharing the poems that have helped them through difficult times.
People who are at home can still get a glimpse of garden attractions even though they are closed.
Chiara Mac Call says she "waves at people" from a safe distance and takes their photo.
BBC presenter's photographs of deserted streets as she runs to work in central London.
Thousands of people who started new jobs are not eligible for the government's 80% wage grant.
As local councils prepare for coronavirus deaths, a gravedigger in Cornwall has been asked by his local parish to dig extra graves.
One church has found a way to create the musical experience of a service despite the coronavirus restrictions.
A nurse posted a video to a Facebook group after a long and difficult shift in ICU amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Hylton Murray-Philipson goes home after 12 days in hospital battling the virus.
Labour's new deputy leader became an MP in 2015 and now holds one of the party's key roles.
We profile the new Labour leader who hopes to unite supporters of both Corbyn and Blair.
The government has pledged to increase daily testing tenfold by the end of the month.
A warden on a island famed for its seabirds picked up a cough during his off-season mainland break.
For some families the outbreak has meant different generations are back living under the same roof.
Coronavirus means you often can't be at the side of a loved one in hospital or attend their funeral.
Kevin Woods battled through storms to complete all of Scotland's Munros in one winter season.
New workers hired by supermarkets amid the Covid-19 pandemic share their surprising back stories.
Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.
How London's ExCel centre was transformed into a hospital to treat coronavirus patients.
Julia Donaldson and illustrator Alex Sheffler help children understand the regulations in new images.
Mariah Carey and the Pussycat Dolls were due to headline, marking the festival's 30th anniversary.
Covid-19 cases have been filling wards at Bradford Royal Infirmary, and leaving staff with tough decisions to make.
Scientists say trees have a role to play in combating noise pollution in urban environments.
Social distancing is leading people to worry about money. Here's some advice on paying your bills.
The UK is facing a shortage of fruit and vegetable pickers as harvest time nears.
We answer some of the big questions about vaccines and how long one for coronavirus could take.
The pandemic has raised questions about whether global health should be a more central part of national security.
We have spoken to three people who were hospitalised after contracting coronavirus.
Thousands of ex-NHS staff have returned to work to help fight coronavirus after a government appeal.
A group is calling for a change in regulation so drones can spray disinfectant in public places
Coronavirus is throwing many birth plans up in the air and leading some health trusts to increase home births.