UK coronavirus LIVE: Death toll up by 137 as Boris Johnson urges public to 'enjoy summer safely' ahead of Super Saturday
Brits are being warned "not to overdo it" when pubs and restaurants reopen in England on what has been dubbed "Super Saturday".
Chris Whitty warns coronavirus pandemic is 'long way from gone' as he urges people to follow rules on July 4
Chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty said the coronavirus pandemic "is a long way from gone" as he urged the public to follow social-distancing rules when the lockdown is eased on Saturday.
Pub, restaurant and cafe goers in England to be asked for contact details from Saturday
Pubs, restaurants and cafes will be urged to ask customers for their contact details when they reopen on July 4 under new Government plans.
UK coronavirus LIVE: Holidaymakers given green light to travel abroad from Saturday
English holidaymakers can embark on overseas trips from Saturday as quarantine restrictions are lifted and travel advice is updated.
The Londoner: When punch-ups topped the menu at Le Caprice
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Coronavirus latest: NHS to delay non-urgent care and police to drop low-priority cases in event of major outbreak
Emergency laws to tackle virus Army on standby to help in outbreak One in five 'may be too ill to work' Follow out LIVE coronavirus updates here.
What is hydroxychloroquine and why is Trump taking it?
The French government has banned the drug as treatment for coronavirus
Super Saturday: What's re-opening on July 4?
From July 4 non-essential businesses will reopen to the public after three months of being shut due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Jamal Khashoggi's fiance says she wants justice over 'great betrayal and deception'
The fiance of Jamal Khashoggi has asked a Turkish court that all persons responsible for his killing to be brought to justice.
Only 4% of pub-goers will head to locals as lockdown eases on Super Saturday, poll finds
A new poll also found one in 10 said they will never return
UK coronavirus LIVE: Death toll up by 137 as Boris Johnson leads Downing Street press briefing ahead of 'Super Saturday'
The Government has paved the way for holidaymakers to go abroad this summer by publishing a list of countries that are exempt from the quarantine rules .
Serial sex offender who wore silver wig and dress to attack a student in north London faces jail
A serial sex offender who donned a silver wig and a dress to attack a student after tailing her through the streets of north London to her own doorstep is facing jail.
UK coronavirus death toll rises by 137 as total passes 44,000
The coronavirus death toll in the UK has risen by 137.
Prince Andrew denies lawyer's claim he is 'deliberately evading authorities' over Jeffrey Epstein case
Prince Andrew's legal team have denied claims that he is deliberately "avoiding and evading" the US authorities investigating Jeffrey Epstein.
Two dead after firework factory explosion in Turkey traps workers
Two people have died and at least 56 have been injured by an explosion at a fireworks factory in northwestern Turkey.
Don't risk another case like Leicester, warns Met boss as paramedics say they will wear PPE
The Met today warned Londoners not to risk a new Leicester-style lockdown as paramedics said they would treat every patient as potentially having coronavirus and will wear PPE for their own protect.
Jeremy Kyle guest Steve Dymond died of morphine overdose, inquest told
Jeremy Kyle guest Steve Dymond was "extremely distressed" by his experience filming for the ITV show, according to documents released by his family's lawyers.
What is hydroxychloroquine and why is it controversial?
Hydroxychloroquine is a controversial anti-malaria drug, which was recently thrown into the spotlight when US President Donald Trump said he had tried it as a potential defence against coronavirus.
Drinking in London Fields to be banned after visitors 'urinate and defecate on doorsteps'
Drinking is set to be banned in one of London's most popular parks after weeks of "public urination, defecation and littering" by partying visitors.
Full list of countries exempt from quarantine for travellers returning to England is published
The Government has published its full list of 73 countries which will be exempt from quarantine rules.