The 563 deaths come as No 10 says testing for NHS frontline staff will increase after criticism.
The BBBofC "may have to consider" running Covid-19 tests on fighters as part of medicals when boxing returns to action.
The Edinburgh Fringe and four other major cultural festivals in the city will not take place this year.
Prospect Cottage in Dungeness had been at risk of being sold privately.
Police say prosecuting Marie Dinou, who was arrested at Newcastle Central Station, was a last resort.
With more than 9,000 deaths, Spain has the second-highest number of fatalities caused by coronavirus.
With the first seven weeks of the season already cancelled, what about the rest of the summer and beyond?
BBC 1Xtra's DJ Ace puts out a message of reassurance for people with underlying health problems.
Photographers in England capture amazing star trails, from home or on their daily exercise.
Premier League clubs are living in a “moral vacuum” and players should be first to sacrifice salaries during the coronavirus pandemic, say politicians.
Silverstone and Formula 1 say they have until the end of April to decide whether the British Grand Prix can be held as planned on 17-19 July.
Astronomers say they have found the best evidence yet for an elusive class of black hole.
Supermarket chain is accused of exploiting its essential business status to sell its Argos homewares.
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January signing Bruno Fernandes made a stunning impact since joining Man Utd, BBC Sport takes a look at the waves he has made on and off the pitch.
Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright debate who is the greatest Premier League goalkeeper - and you can rank your top 10 too.
A selection of striking imagery showing how sport has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic in March.
The ExCeL centre has become the Nightingale and is due to start taking coronavirus patients this week.
How coronavirus has robbed families of traditional rituals associated with death.
Your morning briefing for Wednesday 1 April 2020.