The fund is proposed by the executive Commission to help the EU tackle an "unprecedented crisis".
BBC Politics"You said a number of allegations made about Dominic Cummings were false... did you see the evidence to prove that?" asks Labour's Meg Hillier
"Yes, I did," says the PM, who adds that he doesn't think it should be published
BBC PoliticsWhy don’t we get our tests back in 24 hours? Some care homes are having to wait a week, says Tory MP Jeremy Hunt
The PM says 24 hours is the target, but that he is unable to give a deadline on when it will be achieved for all tests
BBC PoliticsWomen are more likely to be furloughed, and also worried about availability of childcare, says Tory MP Caroline Nokes
The PM says it's true “women workers have been hit harder by this thing", but that the UK has a generous furlough scheme
Dominic Cummings's 2019 blog mentioned coronavirus, but only after it was edited in April 2020.
BBC Politics"It is a mystery why he felt the need to burnish his credentials as a coronavirus sage"
Dominic Cummings's 2019 blog mentioned coronavirus, but only after it was edited in April 2020, writes @faisalislam
Junior minister Douglas Ross resigns saying Dominic Cummings' view on lockdown guidance 'not shared by majority'
BBC PoliticsConservative MP Robert Courts says he thinks Dominic Cummings' actions were reasonable "when I look at the explanation that's been given"
"When you look at the regulations as they were, the question you have to decide is whether he had a reasonable excuse"
The cabinet will meet as the PM's aide continues to face questions over claims he broke lockdown rules.
BBC Politics"Religions have had thousands of years of saying actually human instinct on its own is not good enough. We need rules"
The Bishop of Manchester, Rt Rev Dr David Walker, says he was stunned by Boris Johnson's press conference regarding Dominic Cummings
Care workers who test positive for coronavirus will be given enhanced payments in future.
BBC Politics“If I had known everything I know now... we may have made different decisions”
Scottish Health Secretary Jeane Freeman reacts to claims it was "irresponsible" to send 921 untested hospital patients into care homes in March
No 10 says fresh claims about Dominic Cummings - who has been seen going into Downing Street - are "false".
BBC Politics“Let’s not beat about the bush… he broke the rules. It’s very clear”
Former Durham Police Chief Constable Mike Barton criticises Dominic Cummings’ journey from London to Durham saying the PM’s top adviser is “trying to evade” his responsibilities
Surgical masks have been used to prevent illness in China for decades.
BBC Politics"If all of us wear masks we all protect each other and thereby protect ourselves"
President of The Royal Society Venki Ramakrishnan tells #Marr he think face masks will be a "useful tool" to help tackle the #Covid_19 outbreak
Downing Street says fresh accusations made in newspapers about Dominic Cummings are "false".
BBC Politics“The country can’t afford this nonsense, this pantomime, now and Dominic should go”
Conservative MP Steve Baker calls for the Prime Minister's aide to resign, adding “every day this goes on there’ll be more and more questions”
BBC Politics"Boris Johnson should take the daily press conference himself and provide answers"
Shadow Home Secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds tells #Marr an "urgent investigation" should look into Dominic Cummings lockdown trip
BBC Politics“The fact of the matter is there is a team of people who have set the rules; they and we all have to abide by those rules”
Conservative MP Sir Roger Gale says “Mr Cummings has to play by the rules that he has set… he’s broken those rules; he has to go”
The country's outbreak is still weeks away from its peak as President Bolsonaro downplays the risks.
BBC PoliticsCould nursing shortages be filled with airline staff?
Chief Executive of NHS England Simon Stevens tells MPs the NHS had been losing nurses to airlines in the early 2000s, but that “perhaps we can think about recruiting back the other way”
PM has been challenged by Sir Keir Starmer over coronavirus testing in care homes.
BBC Politics"Do you want to leave the chamber?" Sir Lindsay Hoyle tells off Matt Hancock for speaking over Sir Keir Starmer at #PMQs
"I don't mind you advising the prime minister, but you don't need to advise the opposition"
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BBC PoliticsIs it right care workers coming from abroad "should have to pay a surcharge... to use the NHS themselves?” asks Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer
The PM says those contributions raise £900m, and it’s “very difficult” to find alternative sources
bbc.in/2WKgml0 #PMQs pic.twitter.com/ez8CMm7ZPy
Ministers launch a fresh attempt to repeal EU freedom of movement rules as MPs debate legislation.
BBC Politics"I believe that this bill is flawed... but I recognise legislation on immigration is needed"
Yvette Cooper, chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee, says “in cross-party spirit” she will not vote against the Immigration Bill – but she expects changes
The education secretary acknowledges some parents are "very anxious" about schools reopening in England.
BBC Politics"If we've got the test, tracking and tracing in place for schools then that would reassure parents"
Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner says the government should reassure parents and teachers, & publish the science behind plan to reopen schools
BBC PoliticsMichael Gove says he's confident "children and teachers will be safe" when schools open, provided the right measures are in place
The Cabinet Office Minister tells #Marr there haven’t been coronavirus outbreaks "in traditional class settings"
A test to find out whether people have ever been infected with coronavirus is said have serious potential.
BBC PoliticsA new antibody test for Covid-19 has been given the "green light" by Public Health England, says Health Minister Edward Argar
"We are very keen to get this test on stream as swiftly and as quickly as we can"