Anyone with coronavirus symptoms will have to report them from Thursday, it has been emerged.
The fallout from the Dominic Cummings row continues as he pushes back against calls to resign.
There are now more than five million coronavirus cases worldwide.
The government quietly tweaked its stay alert advice after criticism.
More police are around railway stations and teachers and politicians debate how to reopen schools.
A businessman from Northern Ireland has met his grandson after he was discharged from hospital.
The antibody test regarded as a lockdown "game changer" will be available on the NHS, number 10 has said.
London's Tube lines were busy as workers who can't work from home head back to their day jobs.
Rishi Sunak has extended the UK furlough scheme until October.
Black people are more likely to die of coronavirus than white people, according to new figures.
Boris Johnson has hinted at easing of lockdown restrictions by Monday.
The UK has now suffered the worst coronavirus death toll in Europe, overtaking Italy.
The government has admitted it will probably miss the testing target.
Wuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak began, has revised its death toll by 50 per cent.
Michael Gove is now self-isolating after a member of his family displayed symptoms of COVID-19.
Boris Johnson remains in hospital but will continue to lead the government as he undergoes tests related to coronavirus.
The UK has recorded the largest daily death toll for the third day in a row.
There's been another large hike in the death toll as more than 500 people die in 24 hours.
A 13-year-old boy is the youngest victim of coronavirus in the UK.
The way the UK announces deaths from coronavirus is changing.
Dominic Cummings self-isolates and other key coronavirus developments on 30 March.
As Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock test positive, here are the main developments on 27 March.
From help for self-employed people to questions over the first UK case of coronavirus, here's what you need to know on Thursday.
Here's what's happened on 24 March as Britain adapts to near lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic.
The main developments in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the UK on 23 March.