Frank Ludlow, 59, appeared in court charged with making fake coronavirus testing kits and sending them across the world. He was arrested in a post office near his West Sussex home.
Two teenage girls have been arrested after allegedly assaulting a group of Chinese people in Southampton in a ‘coronavirus rage’ attack.
Police are calling on parents to monitor their children’s social media activity as schools close amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Italy’s fatalities account for 38.3 per cent of the world’s total. The number of coronavirus infections rose by 6,557 to 53,578. France reported 112 more deaths over the last 24 hours bringing the total to 562.
John Lewis Partnership has announced it has made the ‘difficult decision’ to temporarily close all 50 John Lewis shops at close of business on Monday as a result of the impact of coronavirus.
Davide Saporito, 28, who had returned from a holiday in Zanzibar, waited for up to one hour and 48 minutes on the calls but was unable to get through as the service battled with a flood of calls.
Jessica Cambray, pictured, from Provo, Utah, is accused of pushing and choking her husband, kicking one of her children and twisting the arm of another who tried to help their father.
With the economy already feeling the strain from loss of revenue, will those insurance contracts, so dutifully bought by consumers and landlords, actually pay out?
Human and animal trials for a British vaccine against the coronavirus are set to begin next week at the Government’s secret science base Porton Down (pictured, the Government base in Wiltshire).
Two Navy hospital ships will be part of the response to the coronavirus pandemic, so I was curious to learn more about them. View Entire Post ›