Labour MPs have angrily cited Dominic Cummings after Boris Johnson blamed coronavirus rule breakers on the second spike of infections.
Boris Johnson has blamed coronavirus rule breakers for the second wave of infections as he warned of the potential for a second lockdown.
The PM also announced the introduction of tougher penalties for those who 'brazenly defy' social distancing restrictions.
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon have announced dramatically different approaches to restricting the spread of the coronavirus.
The prime minister is under pressure from his own MPs over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
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England's chief medical officer said people must self-isolate and break social links.
The health secretary said he wanted Christmas to be 'as normal as possible' and suggested a vaccine could be widely available in early 2021.
The government's two chief scientists said there would be 200 new daily deaths in the UK by mid-November if the current rate of infection continues.
The government is reportedly considering lifting the rule of six on Christmas Day for 24 hours to allow families to spend time together.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he would report his own neighbour to police if he thought they were breaking rules on self-isolation.