She plays Queen Elizabeth II in series three of the hit Netflix show
One of the UK's most senior police officers has warned forces that their handling of the coronavirus crisis will be remembered for generations to come after some were accused of overreaching their powers. Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Mr Basu acknowledged forces were being compelled to use powers he "never imagined a British police officer would be asked to use". Mr Basu urged officers to heed calls by two of Britain's most senior officers, Metropolitan Police commissioner Dame Cressida Dick and Martin Hewitt, chairman of the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC), that "persuasion and education to do the right thing is our primary goal", rather than being too quick to impose punishments.
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A total of 8,189 people who tested positive for coronavirus have now died in Spain, according to the country’s health ministry, marking a 849 rise in deaths from Monday’s figures.The number of confirmed cases has also risen to 94,417, up from 85,195, officials said.
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Actress Donna Air has revealed she has tested positive for coronavirus and says she has donated tests to NHS workers. The 40-year-old posted details of her COVID-19 diagnosis on social media, saying she started suffering "mild flu-like symptoms" almost three weeks ago, but that these quickly improved. Now starring in divorce drama The Split, Air is best known for her role in Byker Grove alongside Ant and Dec in the 1990s, after which she went on to present on MTV and the Big Breakfast.
A 19-year-old with no underlying health conditions was among 393 people to die from coronavirus.
The UK has been on lockdown since the Government ordered Brits to stay home except for travelling for essential work that can't be done from home, medical purposes, daily exercise and weekly shopping.There has already been some confusion about what counts as essential work, where we can still go and how we can travel.
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A top doctor explains why COVID-19 cases and deaths are relatively low in Hong Kong, despite its proximity to mainland China.
A study recently published in Nature highlighted the fact that the virus is definitely not man-made, and is the product of natural evolution.