The Prime Minister said the UK needs to take action to help combat the virus.
The Scottish First Minister addressed the nation after she announced a ban on indoor household visits and a curfew for pubs and restaurants.
New curbs on freedoms announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to limit the spread of the virus could last for six months.
The union criticised ministers for sending workers back to offices as infection rates were rising.
The United Kingdom Internal Market Bill did not originally contain a parliamentary ‘lock’ on the use of the powers, prompting uproar.
Lissie Harper, the widow of Pc Andrew Harper who was killed on duty last year, has been campaigning for Harper’s Law.
The events are aftershocks from first quake, which took place on September 8.
Researchers say sexuality and sexual activity are markers of wellbeing.
The party said extra paperwork and EU customs declarations are consequences which will cost the community and business dear.
Labour’s shadow foreign secretary said the Prime Minister had failed to show international leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic.
End Violence Against Women Coalition said the figures are evidence doctors, nurses and paramedics are seeing victims of domestic violence routinely.
Assault by bodily force was the most common cause of victims’ injuries.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the new restrictions are ‘absolutely essential’ amid a rise in coronavirus cases.
It says plans are in place to keep the local community safe, amid fears students will have house parties as Covid-19 regulations have shut clubs.
Adam Russell, who suffers with schizophrenia, told a neighbour he was ‘going to kill them all’, a court heard.
Oliver Dowden has said performances can run past 10pm.
The charity warned it expects a £175 million fall in fundraising income by the end of 2022.
Campaigners and some senior military figures have warned that the legislation will create a presumption against prosecution of torture.
A blaze at the building in June 2017 cost the lives of 72 people.
The Public Accounts Committee highlighted large shortages of staff and low morale.
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