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The US will not pay for the security protection of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, President Donald Trump has said.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly left Canada permanently and moved to California amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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North West Motorway Police said the man had driven from Coventry to Salford, Greater Manchester, to buy a £15 eBay purchase, despite the coronavirus lockdown.
Derbyshire Police said its officers were left shocked after finding the gathering of 25 adults in children in Normanton, Derby, on Saturday night.
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Boris Johnson has raised the prospect of stricter lockdown measures in a letter that will be sent to every household in the UK. The prime minister, who tested positive for coronavirus this week, says in the letter it is a "moment of national emergency". People are already under tight restrictions after being told to only leave their homes for essential necessities, to exercise once a day, for a medical need or to help a vulnerable person, or to go to work if it is not possible to work from home.
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President Donald Trump said on Sunday that the United States would not pay for security protection for Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, who, according to media reports, have settled in Los Angeles. There is no indication that either Prince Harry or the British government has asked the U.S. government to cover security costs, which some media reports have said run to millions a year.
The Government has put all parts of the UK on an "emergency footing" as it battles with the coronavirus pandemic, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has said.Speaking at the daily Government Covid-19 press briefing on Sunday, Mr Jenrick said the move comes as part of "unprecedented" peace time measures and are unlike anything implemented by a British administration "since the Second World War".
Milk, bread, eggs and toilet roll are reportedly being rationed at some of the supermarket chain's Express stores.
This is the moment Aer Lingus EI9019 touches down on Sunday in Dublin, arriving back from China loaded with personal protective equipment to resupply frontline staff to combat the coronavirus pandemic in Ireland. The Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to Beijing was the airline's first-ever scheduled trip to China, according to local media. The PPE will be distributed to healthcare facilities from Sunday evening, the government has said.
Few measures have been enforced to curb coronavirus in Belarus - instead, people are being urged to drink vodka and go to saunas. The country - specifically its president - has shrugged off concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak, starkly illustrated on Sunday with the nation's football matches continuing as normal. As most countries enforce strict measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus , fans continued to shuffle into football grounds as they would any other weekend.
Michael Gove has blamed China for the failure to curb the spread of coronavirus, prompting accusations of “feeble excuses” – and that Chinese people in the UK are being put at risk.Facing criticism that the government failed to prepare properly for the pandemic, the cabinet office minister instead deflected attention to Beijing’s actions in the early days of the crisis.
An LAPD helicopter circles over a skate park in the city and orders people leave or face arrest on Saturday. Video shows the helicopter circling and a voice over the tannoy saying: "The park is closed. If you do not leave, you will be arrested for trespassing." Authorities were out in force on Saturday enforcing orders to keep beaches, parks and hiking trails free of people to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Los Angeles Times reported. California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a statewide stay-at-home order on March 19 in a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove says there was "some confusion" over communications with the EU regarding ventilator procurement. Downing Street earlier this week said the UK had decided to pursue its own scheme rather than joining the EU’s procurement scheme. However, a No 10 spokesman explained that officials did not get emails inviting the UK to join and it could join future schemes.