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Coronavirus update: Johnson makes "good progess"
Downing Street have said that the prime minister has made "very good progress" since leaving intensive care on Sunday.
Horizon International on frontline of Covid-19 fight in Spain
As the well-documented Covid-19 pandemic continues to tighten its grip worldwide and the number of cases continues to climb, it has become clear that Spain is one of the worst affected countries in Europe.
50 million subscribers in five months “bodes well for our continued expansion” says Disney chairman
It appears the outbreak of Covid-19 has impacted all spheres of life, from education, to healthcare, to culture. The home of Mickey Mouse is no exception.
Tottenham Hotspur win the Hannibal Prize
Events of the past week have left The Leaders Council with no choice but to award this week's Hannibal Prize to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
Coronavirus update: Deaths approach 100,000
Boris Johnson was moved out of intensive care yesterday, but remains in hospital.
Downing Street: Timetable for post-Brexit trade negotiations unchanged
In spite of the coronavirus outbreak, a Downing Street spokesperson has said that the post-Brexit transition period will not be extended beyond December 31, 2020.
Prime minister out of intensive care
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved from the intensive care unit at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London and back onto the ward, according to a Downing Street statement released on Thursday evening.
Coronavirus update: Cobra to make lockdown decision today
Later today, ministers in the government's emergency Cobra committee will review the effect of lockdown measures brought in on March 23. A firm decision is not expected, however.
"No change" in PM's condition after third night in intensive care
Culture secretary Oliver Dowden told the BBC on Thursday morning that there had been no change in prime minister Boris Johnson’s condition after a third night in intensive care at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London.
Sanders’ White House campaign suspended
Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has suspended his campaign to become the Democratic candidate for this year’s US presidential elections, leaving Joe Biden as the clear favourite.
Coronavirus update: Sunak leads briefing
Rishi Sunak said at today's coronavirus press conference that Boris Johnson's condition was "improving".
Prime minister’s condition “improving”, chancellor says
Speaking at Wednesday’s daily coronavirus briefing from Downing Street, chancellor Rishi Sunak informed the public that prime minister Boris Johnson’s condition is “improving” after two nights in intensive care.
Coronavirus update: US records highest daily death toll yet
Boris Johnson has spent a second night in intensive care, but Downing Street have stated that his condition is "stable" and health minister Edward Argar has described him as "comfortable" and "in good spirits".
PM in intensive care for second night
Prime minister Boris Johnson has spent a second night in an intensive care unit at St. Thomas' Hospital in London as he battles to overcome coronavirus.