Lorraine Kelly slams 'ridiculous and irresponsible' anti-lockdown protesters and tells them to look at 'the hell' COVID-19 has caused Kate Garraway and husband Derek Draper.
The Irish pop twins told the rocker that he should 'realise what you gotta do and wear a mask' in public spaces.
The social media influencer was held in quarantine in Rwanda for two days after receiving a false positive test for coronavirus.
The stars of the BBC soap have been simulating kisses with a perspex screen in between them which will be digitally edited out before broadcast.
The 37-year-old actor, who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, suffered a breakdown during the time of social isolation and was banned from Instagram.
The coronavirus lockdown has been to blame for many who have bought animals, but the purchase of non-native species can have major effects on the environment and can be a danger to our native wildlife.
Lancashire city expects to be in lockdown by the weekend as the government works to quash a rise in cases of COVID-19.
The 32-year-old went to Portugal but it has been said she didn't abide by travel rules which require 14 days of self-isolation on return to the UK.
The 84-year-old festival organiser and farmer has said the 250,000 people who attend Glastonbury is too many people to allow for social distancing.
According to analysis by Reuters, infections climbed by a million in the last five days, the quickest climb for a million new cases since the beginning of the worldwide pandemic.
The government will limit group gatherings to four people – from 50 – a measure last seen during its second wave of coronavirus in March.
More than half of Brits are still uncomfortable about eating indoors at a restaurant, a poll has revealed. According to the poll by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), a fifth of adults said they would be comfortable or vey comfortable eating indoors at a restaurant, but 60% disagreed.
The BBC show - usually filmed as an open event at historic venues - will go ahead this summer with a small invited audience.
Pictures show crowds of revellers filling the streets in cities across the country as England celebrates reopening of bars.
Pauline Wood, head of an 'outstanding' primary school, faces claims she brought the school into disrepute for her remarks.
Sir Peter Soulsby said the government's guidelines to Leicester council for dealing with the city's coronavirus outbreak were 'cobbled together' and 'superficial'.
The BBC reality show will not be filmed this year due to social distancing restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
BBC bosses have admitted it will have to show more repeats in 2021 as TV shows begin to run out before more can be made.