Our readers have asked us to explain the guidance around self-isolating if you have visited another country.
As of 31 July, the lockdown rules changed for people in Greater Manchester and parts of Lancashire and West Yorkshire.
Dominic Raab wrongly claimed people cannot be ‘penalised’ by employers if they have to quarantine after being abroad.
The Prime Minister suggested that grandparents could bubble with the household containing their grandchildren. This isn’t always allowed.
And it is wrong to say that the government would be happy with it
As face coverings are soon to become mandatory in shops in England, Full Fact takes a look at the guidance and how it has changed.
The government has given conflicting advice about who needs to quarantine after travelling home from abroad from 10 July.
These Labour MPs have either apologised for or defended their actions during lockdown.
Analysis comparing countries’ excess deaths tallies based on when they locked down needs to be put into context.
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