Health chiefs have announced that 111 more British people have died from coronavirus in the last 24 hours - the lowest daily toll since lockdown began on the 23 March.
homeowners with properties in close proximity to parks could pay a small tax to directly fund local authority parks, a think tank suggests.
Professor Robin Shattock said it is 'highly unlikely' a COVID-19 vaccine will be available for use by September.
Paul Tipping, 62, visited a pharmacy and a supermarket after his wife reported showing symptoms of COVID-19.
Professor Allyson Pollock said COVID-19 has “shone a spotlight" on the widening inequalities in Britain.
Emily Challinor had hoped to buy a snack to keep her going through her busy shift, but was turned away from the convenience store.
Police chiefs say that reduced lockdown restriction would be 'impossible' to enforce and would damage the police's relationship with the public.
Twelve members of staff locked themselves in with the 106 residents, while the illness killed more than 9,000 people in other homes in France.
Researchers found that there has been a clear downward trend in numbers of people dying from COVID-19 in hospitals since 8 April.
The prime minister has labelled coronavirus an 'invisible mugger', saying it's something he knows from personal experience .
Spanish prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said on Saturday that children will be allowed to leave their homes from 27 April.
The former Labour leader said Britain was 'slow' in trying to suppress the COVID-19 outbreak compared with other countries.
South Australia and the Northern Territory reported no new COVID-19 cases over the weekend, while Queensland said it had no new cases in 24 hours.
Nathaniel Mundle was waiting for the victim to walk past his house before he attacked her from behind on September 25 last year.
The foreign secretary said it was difficult to make comparisons with other countries due to varying circumstances.
Care UK said everybody at Stanley Park Care Home in Stanley, County Durham, was 'really saddened' by the deaths.