The date the virus peaks will depend on how people behave, Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove says.
Measures to target coronavirus may get tougher, Boris Johnson says in letter sent to every UK home.
It comes as the number of people who have died with the virus in the UK rose by 260 to 1,019 on Saturday.
The government's coronavirus rules are tougher on people at risk of domestic abuse, the home secretary says.
The health secretary also has the virus, England's chief medical officer has symptoms, and the number of UK deaths jumps to 759.
Boris Johnson says he's self-isolating in Downing Street, as that's "entirely the right thing to do".
A jury found the former first minister not guilty on 12 sexual assault charges, while another was found not proven.
The government insists the coronavirus crisis will not slow its timetable for reaching a trade deal.
The government now realises it has to invest in the state, the outgoing Labour leader tells the BBC.
The party delays race to succeed Jo Swinson in the "national interest" due to the pandemic.
Labour have welcomed the plan but said councils "need more support" and money to achieve it.
The self-employed will be paid up to £2,500 a month to help them cope with the coronavirus crisis.
Labour demands an "urgent explanation" from ministers over why they did not join EU equipment plan.
A petition signed by 400,000 called on the government to thank NHS staff by axing the fees.
They say some individuals and organisations are not covered by the government's coronavirus plans.
Dozens were accused of stealing money, with some jailed, after the Post Office introduced a new IT system.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the most vulnerable have been given the least help.
Parliament has closed down for a month, meaning Boris Johnson will not be scrutinised by MPs.
The Labour leader says his "voice will not be stilled" as he faces Boris Johnson for the final time.
The new bill giving ministers unprecedented powers is set to become law after clearing the House of Lords.
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The role of volunteers will be "absolutely crucial" in fighting coronavirus, says Boris Johnson.
The engineering firm developed a new type of ventilator in response to calls on behalf of the NHS.
Jeremy Corbyn assures the prime minister that he will carry on campaigning and “demanding justice” when he steps down as Labour leader.
David Cameron's proposal to shrink the size of the Commons by 50 MPs is dropped by the government.
The foreign secretary is urged by MPs to step up efforts to help thousands of people get home.
Rishi Sunak says bailing out airlines would be a "last resort" as the sector braces for a $252bn loss.
MSPs will not sit in the Scottish Parliament chamber for more than a week as part of the coronavirus lockdown.
People wrongly told they were in the UK illegally will get financial redress under a new law.
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Freelance gig economy workers say they cannot survive on the support offered by the government.
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Emergency legislation needs to be approved by MPs before the Easter recess starts.
It comes after some NHS staff complained of shortages and said they were being treated as "cannon fodder".
The first minister says the rules may seem extreme but are crucial in slowing the spread of this virus.
Head teachers say parents have respected calls only to send children to school as a last option.
Unions welcome the government's wages plan - but Labour says more cash is needed now.
They will be advised to stay at home for 12 weeks, as the UK's death total reaches 281.
A former Conservative cabinet minister joins trade unions in pushing for more financial protection.
The chancellor says employees who cannot work will receive 80% of their salary, up to £2,500 a month.
Medics, police officers, teachers and transport staff are among those whose children will stay in school.
The cabinet minister says that the UK has not been disadvantaged by the government's decision not to join.
Business Secretary Alok Sharma says the government is bringing in a range of measures to speed up the production of protective equipment and hand sanitiser.
NHS England's medical director urges people to continue government advice to beat Covid-19.
Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove stresses the importance of social distancing measures.
In a video posted to his Twitter account, Boris Johnson says he is self-isolating and will continue to work from home.
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Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said there would be increased antigen testing for frontline workers.
The new measures will see shops closed and groups dispersed in order to fight coronavirus.
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One Conservative MP is urging the two sides to work together for their own good - and that of the UK.
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