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Coronavirus: Things will get worse, PM warns in letter to Britons

Image copyright PA Media Image caption The prime minister chaired Saturday morning’s Covid-19 meeting via video-link The prime minister has warned the coronavirus crisis will get worse before it gets better, in a letter being sent to every UK household.Boris Johnson, who is self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19, says stricter restrictions could be put…

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Brexit: EU-UK meeting to go ahead via video link

Image copyright PA Media Image caption Michael Gove won’t be meeting EU officials face-to-face for a while A post-Brexit meeting between the EU and UK will go ahead as planned next week, despite the coronavirus crisis.Much of Europe is on lockdown, so Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove will meet EU officials via video link.The UK…

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Coronavirus: Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionIn a video on Twitter, Boris Johnson says he is self-isolating and will continue to work from home. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus.Mr Johnson said he had developed mild symptoms over the past 24 hours, including a temperature and cough.He is self-isolating in…

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Coronavirus: Jeremy Corbyn says he was proved ‘right’ on public spending

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJeremy Corbyn says he “did everything” he could to win elections Jeremy Corbyn says the government’s response to coronavirus proves he was “absolutely right” about public spending at the 2019 general election.The Labour leader told the BBC he had been “denounced as somebody that wanted to spend…

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MP backlash over EU ventilator scheme

Image copyright Getty Images The government is facing a backlash from MPs for not joining an EU scheme to get extra ventilators during the coronavirus outbreak. The bloc has said the UK can take part in the project, which will use the EU’s buying power to purchase more stock. But a No 10 spokesman said…