The government has suggested that children in England can still celebrate Halloween this Saturday night.
The 52-year-old BBC news reader had said she would break the rule in order to celebrate Christmas with all of her family together.
Greater Manchester's Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said his officers will no longer be making decisions on the size of serving portions.
Carmarthen Police said the family had travelled for more than five hours from Sussex, only to be turned away from Wales.
Currently only a handful of workers are given quarantine exemptions including members of the armed forces and hauliers.
PM hopes Britons can spend Christmas with families despite the current coronavirus crisis, Downing Street confirms.
Campaign set up after MPs voted against providing free meals for vulnerable children in England during school holidays.
The 73-year-old protester, brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, was in court for joining anti-lockdown rallies.
Hoteliers and private letters urged to turn away visitors from the north looking to escape high risk coronavirus areas.
The Welsh government has been urged to define what items are 'essential' after saying supermarkets can't sell certain items during the firebreak lockdown.
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No 10 chief adviser Dominic Cummings and former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn were both accused of breaking rules.
One of the government’s top coronavirus advisers has said Boris Johnson is not being cautious enough and warned that his three-tier local lockdown strategy will not work.
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick placed the blame of talks breaking down at the Greater Manchester mayor’s feet.