Downing Street is reportedly considering a week-long loosening of restrictions over the festive period to allow families to meet up.
At least one immigration removal centre has already seen an outbreak of coronavirus, while detainees are left in limbo.
There were 4,622 “excess deaths” from heart and circulatory diseases than would normally be expected over the course of Covid-19, the British Heart Foundation said.
Professor Susan Michie warned that thee next two weeks would be crucial in ending the lockdown as planned on December 2.
The PM's former top adviser made an “entirely deliberate” decision to leave through the front door while holding a box, David Davis said.
"The risk of having a severe outcome from Covid-19 far outweighs any theoretical risk of a vaccine," Robin Shattock told BBC Question Time.
The plan to allow more than one million students return home amid the coronavirus second wave feels farfetched, say students.
“We are 50 days away from Brexit, we are over 50,000 dead... and they are fighting like rats in sacks over who does what job," Labour said.
"Everyone In" was announced by the government as a lifesaving measure in March. It is nowhere to be seen this winter.
There are tens-of-thousands of votes left to process and several recounts on the cards – but that hasn't stopped Frank Bainimarama.