The singer said she feels 'out of it' after running out of her medication over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Authorities have warned people not to be tempted to break lockdown rules early, despite expectations that some measures will be loosened on Sunday.
Peter Bone wants an annual 'United Kingdom Day' on the Friday closest to 23 June, the day the European Union poll was held in 2016.
The UK record for the hottest August bank holiday is expected to be broken on Sunday or Monday.
Temperatures could reach 25C by next weekend after a period of heavy rain across the UK.
13 million leisure trips are set to be taken by car between today and Sunday, making this the busiest May Day bank holiday on the roads since 2016.
Researchers from the University of Bath found that cognitive impairments experienced when drunk continued even when there is little or no alcohol in your system.
According to the Environment Agency, 24 flood warnings remained in place across the UK on Tuesday, with 156 flood alerts suggesting flooding is possible.
Bad news for Brits clinging onto any bits of sunshine they can find – tomorrow is actually the last day of summer. While Monday was the hottest August bank holiday on record, summer 2017 only has the tiniest bit of life left in it. August 31 is in fact the end of the meteorological summer – where each season is split up four periods made up of three months each.
The UK is set for a sizzler this Bank Holiday weekend, with the Met Office predicting highs of 27C (81F). Bank Holiday Monday looks set to be the hottest day, with the best of the weather in the southern half of the UK and temperatures forecast to rise from 25C (77F) on Saturday and Sunday to 27C (81F) on Monday. Met Office forecaster Greg Dewhurst said revellers heading to Notting Hill Carnival should see summery conditions.
According to the latest reports from the Met Office, the weekend is set to start “largely dry and bright” UK-wide, with sunshine forecast across many areas of England, including London and the South-east. Showers are likely in Scotland and Northern Ireland however, though they should only be fleeting. “Breezier” weather is predicted throughout the UK on Sunday, with “outbreaks of rain likely later”.
The great Bank Holiday getaway is underway, with millions of people heading off for a break either in the UK or abroad. The rush to flee the country will leave Britain’s airports busy, including Heathrow which is expecting more than 440,000 passengers to depart over the last long weekend before Christmas. Abta chief executive Mark Tanzer said: “This weekend is the traditional curtain closer for the peak summer months and it is always a very busy weekend for travel, with millions taking advantage of the long weekend to head off overseas.
Much as we might complain loudly about every rainy bank holiday, it turns out that more than half of us are actually hoping for a downpour on our days off.