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Coronavirus: British Airways temporarily suspends flights from Gatwick Airport
British Airways is suspending all its flights to and from Gatwick Airport amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Senior officer warns police over lockdown tactics after 'over-zealous' claims
One of UK's most senior police officers has warned forces that their handling of the coronavirus crisis will be remembered for generations to come after some were accused of overreaching their powers.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson under pressure over lack of protective gear for NHS staff
Boris Johnson is facing growing pressure to get more personal protective equipment (PPE) to health workers after it was claimed some nurses were treating coronavirus patients "without any protection at all".
Coronavirus: £1.9bn grocery stockpiling spree ahead of lockdown
UK shoppers spent an extra £1.9bn stockpiling groceries in the run-up to the coronavirus lockdown, according to figures for the industry.
Shaun Ryder: 'I think I've had coronavirus - but I'm fine, I've been isolating for years'
Shaun Ryder has shared his top tips for surviving the national lockdown - saying he is going to repeat his favourite TV series and learn how to play chess.
Coronavirus: Supermarket vouchers to go out to children entitled to free school meals
Supermarket vouchers are to begin going out to children entitled to free school meals during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus support loophole leaves workers without pay
Full-time workers who have recently changed jobs are being sacked or left without pay because of an apparent loophole in the government's coronavirus support scheme, Sky News can reveal.
Coronavirus threatens the future of public transport, councils warn
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has confirmed the government is working on a support package for bus services after a warning they are at risk of collapse without emergency rescue funding.
Coronavirus: UK doubles intensive care beds on Falkland islands
Britain is sending military medics and specialist kit to double the intensive care capacity on the Falkland Islands because of the global coronavirus pandemic, Sky News can reveal.
Coronavirus lockdown leaves third of 'ornamental growers' facing ruin
A major part of the UK's gardening industry could be destroyed by the coronavirus lockdown - with a third of "ornamental growers" facing ruin within weeks.