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Coronavirus: Exercise out of the home 'could be banned' if people flout rules

The health secretary warns people must "follow the rules" on staying at home and social distancing.

Police warning over medical chief's second home visit

Scotland's chief medical officer has apologised for going to her second home during the lockdown.

Coronavirus: Lord Bath dies after contracting Covid-19

Lord Bath - the 7th Marquess of Bath - died on Saturday, it was announced by Longleat on Twitter.

Coronavirus: Key workers 'overlooked and underpaid', says Starmer

The new Labour leader says the wealthy will have to pay more after the coronavirus crisis.

BBC news for Wiltshire

Coronavirus: Lord Bath dies after contracting Covid-19

Lord Bath - the 7th Marquess of Bath - died on Saturday, it was announced by Longleat on Twitter.

Obituary: The Marquess of Bath

Eccentric owner of Longleat famous for his collection of erotic murals and his numerous affairs.

Laura Kirby-Deacon says the hearts will help those who lose loved ones

The intensive care unit sister said the hearts could comfort families unable to see their loved ones.

Coronavirus: Test goal will take 'huge amount of work', says Hancock

The health secretary has promised 100,000 tests a day but there are questions about how it will be achieved.

5th January

At my age I do what Mark Twain did, I get my daily paper, look at the obituaries page and if I'm not there carry on as usual.

Patrick Moore