A government minister has defended the UK’s coronavirus testing regime following growing calls for the country to hugely expand its programme.
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Authorities are preparing for a spike in domestic abuse cases during the UK’s coronavirus lockdown, a senior police officer has told Sky News.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to 30 million households to update people on the government’s plans to contain the coronavirus in the UK: