The long-term impact of the coronavirus lockdown could cause more than 70,000 excess deaths, a government report has warned.
Nationwide poll reveals that almost half of Britain's young people won't follow rules if Britain enters a second lockdown.
Lancashire city expects to be in lockdown by the weekend as the government works to quash a rise in cases of COVID-19.
Dr Ron Daniels said there was a 'huge downturn' of COVID-19 patients who were seriously ill.
The rules will affect residents in areas including Manchester, parts of east Lancashire and West Yorkshire.
Greater Manchester Police said officers were called to the rooftop in Salford on Saturday where 'dozens' of people had gathered.
Locals in Cornwall fear they will be left paying the price in the form of a lockdown as an 'unprecedented' number of tourists visit the area.
During an extraordinary press conference in which the PM announced planned reopenings for August 1 will be postponed for a fortnight.
The report found unity created by the lockdown is fraying as the fallout from the pandemic affects groups of society differently.
Indoor gyms, swimming pools and other sports facilities reopened across England as part of the latest easing of coronavirus lockdown measures.Thousands of people across the country took advantage of being able to train again on Saturday.They had been unable to go for a workout or swim inside a leisure centre since the restrictions were put in place in March.Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announced earlier this month that facilities would be able to reopen, with strict hygiene and social distancing, after a four-month closure.Pictures from across England showed people getting back into the swing of things at leisure centres but this time they were taking precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19.They included maintaining social distancing, using hand sanitiser and cleaning equipment.
The chief nursing officer for England says she was dropped from a Number 10 press briefing after saying lockdown rules should apply to all.
Manor High School in Oadby, Leicestershire, has drawn up a fortnightly cycle of all-day lessons for each subject for the next academic year.