Virus ‘rising’ in England for the first time since May: Boris Johnson | AFP

British Prime minister Boris Johnson says that the survey by the Office for National Statistics has shown that the virus in England is rising ‘for the first time since May’ during a press conference in London.

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UK to ‘put brakes on’ reopening as virus cases rise | AFP

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces plans to ‘put the brakes on’ reopening certain sectors of the economy for at least two weeks as the number of coronavirus infections rises. SOUNDBITE

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Johnson welcomes Pompeo in Downing Street garden | AFP

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomes Mike Pompeo to Downing Street, sitting down with the US Secretary of State in No. 10’s garden.

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Mike Pompeo arrives at 10 Downing Street for talks with UK Prime Minister | AFP

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives at 10 Downing Street where he will hold talks with Prime Minister Boris Johnson following London’s diplomatically fraught severing of ties with China’s Huawei and retaliation for Beijing’s treatment of Hong Kong.

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British prime minister and Clap for Carers founder clap for the NHS | AFP

British Prime minister Boris Johnson and Clap for Carers founder Annemarie Plas clap for the NHS outside 10 Downing street. IMAGES

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Johnson announces easing of quarantine for visitors from certain countries | AFP

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces that England is changing its quarantine rules for travellers, so that only those arrivals who are from countries where the coronavirus is ‘not yet under control’ will have to self-isolate for two weeks. SOUNDBITE

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British PM and French President watch flypast to mark Charles de Gaulle’s wartime appeal | AFP

French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson watch a flypast in London to mark the 80th anniversary of wartime resistance leader Charles de Gaulle’s rallying cry against Nazi occupation from the British capital. IMAGES

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Boris Johnson welcomes Emmanuel Macron to Downing Street | AFP

French President Emmanuel Macron is welcomed by Boris Johnson at 10 Downing Street, the first foreign head of state to visit since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Macron’s visit marks the 80th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle’s WW2 broadcast of 18 June 1940 seen as the beginning of the French Resistance. IMAGES

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UK PM says Black Lives Matter demos ‘hijacked’ by violent protesters | AFP

Speaking on a tour around the UK Biocentre, which is playing a key role in coronavirus testing, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says that Black Lives Matter protests have been ‘hijacked’ by a ‘growing minority’ who want to cause violence, and that people should not attend them.

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UK PM tells Trump ‘no place’ for racist violence | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells Donald Trump that racist violence has no place in society, saying he was “sickened and appalled” by the death of George Floyd during an arrest. SOUNDBITE

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UK PM’s top aide Cummings defies calls to resign | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s top aide Dominic Cummings defies calls to resign over allegations that he broke coronavirus rules and undermined the government’s response to the health crisis. Cummings did not apologise for his behaviour but did express regret for not asking Johnson — himself already hospitalised for COVID-19 — for permission to travel during the most restrictive phase of the lockdown.

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PM Johnson says Britain could reopen non-essential retail on June 15 | AFP

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says that Britain could reopen all non-essential retail stores on June 15 if the coronavirus remains contained. IMAGES

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UK PM’s aide Cummings says behaved ‘reasonably and legally’ during lockdown | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s trusted lieutenant Dominic Cummings says in a statement he behaved ‘reasonably and legally’ after being accused of breaking lockdown rules. SOUNDBITE

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Britain’s Johnson backs embattled advisor Cummings | AFP

British PM Boris Johnson expresses reiterates his support for top aide Dominic Cummings after allegations he had breached coronavirus lockdown rules for a second time. SOUNDBITE

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Here’s the latest for Monday May 11th: Boris Johnson issues new lockdown rules; Five people shot in crowded Texas park; Some cities in Europe ease lockdown restrictions; Jerry Stiller has died.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined his plan for an easing of lockdown measures on Monday including new advice for people to wear face coverings when in crowded places. (May 11)

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Londoners left confused over new lockdown message | AFP

People in London are expressing their confusion after Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the nation on Sunday night to outline changes to the current lockdown measures.

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UK to stay on lockdown until June 1st: Prime Minister | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says that the UK will remain on lockdown until at least the 1st of June when there could be a phased reopening. SOUNDBITE

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Sturgeon hits out at Johnsons “Stay alert” message, saying “I don’t know what that means” | AFP

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon criticises Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s new “stay alert” slogan, saying she “doesn’t know what that means” and reiterates that the message in Scotland continues to be “stay at home”. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will issue lockdown advice to the publish this evening, including the new public advice for people to “stay alert”, which replaces the current slogan to “stay home, save lives”. SOUNDBITE

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