More than 100,000 people have now died within 28 days of testing positive for COVID-19. But this official government total is just one measure of lives lost.
Debbie Mountjoy couldn't be with her brother Darren as he lay in intensive care with coronavirus.
An announcement on mandatory hotel quarantine for some travellers is expected later today, a move that could deal a further blow to an already struggling tourism industry.
Boris Johnson has told the country he is "deeply sorry for every life that has been lost" as the UK surpassed 100,000 coronavirus-related deaths.
Labour is calling for "wartime juries" - by slashing the number of jurors from 12 to seven - in order to help clear a Crown Court backlog of 54,000 cases.
The Manchester Arena bomber would still have blown himself up and killed many of those around him - even if he had been confronted as he lay in wait to launch his attack, a lawyer for police has told the inquiry.
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner has said she is "deeply saddened" after five serving officers died with coronavirus this month.
A teenage boy who was stabbed to death in north London has been named by police as 15-year-old Romario Opia.
A notorious paramilitary killer who killed three people in a gun and grenade attack after an IRA funeral has been freed from prison.
More than 30 police officers are to be fined £200 each because they broke coronavirus rules while on duty - by having their hair cut.