Elections are due to be held on May 6.
Concerns over the new coronavirus variant lead many of Saturday’s papers.
Boris Johnson disclosed that the new mutant strain of the virus may be more deadly than the original.
Residents in some areas along parts of the River Severn have been advised there could be flooding into Saturday.
Images of big queues with minimal social distancing have been circulating on social media.
Police Constable Abbasuddin Ahmed tested positive for the virus in December and died on Thursday.
Studies have examined figures to see if there is an increased risk of death.
Ireland’s health minister Stephen Donnelly and UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock have had discussions about the matter.
Bedfordshire Police fined the organiser and director of a funeral which took place in Arlesey on Thursday.
The chief medical officer said it was more beneficial to maximise the level of protection among the population.
The chief medical officer says the situation across the UK is ‘extremely precarious’ with deaths expected to go on rising.
Some Tory MPs are eager for him to release the restrictions as soon as the most vulnerable groups receive some immunity from vaccination.
Chief scientist Sir Patrick Vallance has said there is a cause for concern.
Magistrates dismissed claims that the 41-year-old scratched the hairdresser’s arms during a fracas.
The event held at a school in north London has been condemned by Jewish leaders.
Plans to allow the plane to return to service were described as ‘deeply worrying’.
Knowsley, Slough and Sandwell continue to record the highest rates.
The Ministry of Justice made the announced on Saturday.
Thirty-nine migrants died in an air-tight trailer.
The Prime Minister announced the news at a press conference on Friday afternoon.
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