Watch Julia Hartley-Brewer's emotional sign off, where she praised the country for “pulling together as a nation”.
The Prime Minister has said he developed mild symptoms of a temperature and persistent cough over the last 24 hours.
Met Police Federation chairman Ken Marsh told talkRADIO that if people are not “sensible”, officers will enforce new powers to arrest them.
The shadow health secretary has urged the government to increase community testing for coronavirus.
Seven-year-old Emily Jones was randomly attacked by a stranger in Queen's Park, Bolton, on Sunday and died a short time later.
Familiar faces from TV and radio have sent talkRADIO their messages of thanks to the NHS staff working tirelessly against coronavirus.
The ex-Work and Pensions Secretary has said it is “really difficult” to work out how to help the “diverse group” amid the Covid-19 crisis.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has taken health minister Edward Argar to task over the Prince of Wales being granted a coronavirus test.
Commuters who are unable to keep a two-metre distance on London’s public transport amid the coronavirus outbreak have hit out at the mayor.
Two men have been jailed for carrying out a string of armed robberies at convenience stores and betting shops in and around London.
Officers in London's Shepherd's Bush disperse sunbathers following the government's coronavirus lockdown.
Boris Johnson has paid tribute to Jeremy Corbyn as he took to the despatch box for the last time as leader of the opposition this afternoon.
The former aide to Tony Blair said he did not believe the government and its advisers were “going into the sort of detail that they should”.
The Prince of Wales, 71, is displaying “mild symptoms” but is in good health as he self isolates at home in Scotland, a spokesman said.
Boris Johnson is facing calls to crack down as workers continue to pile onto the London Underground despite the Covid-19 lockdown.
Tim Martin told his staff he "completely understands" if they look for work elsewhere while the pub chain is closed due to coronavirus.
The shadow business secretary said it should not be down to "bad bosses" to decide which workers are essential in the coronavirus lockdown.
The Telegraph journalist has been accused of racism and xenophobia over a tweet that criticises China for the coronavirus pandemic.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer pressed the Cabinet minister to clear up points of confusion over the latest government instructions.
The Home Secretary stressed the importance of social distancing and urged shoppers to “be kind” during the coronavirus crisis.
Mr Justice Edis has discharged the jury and adjourned the Old Bailey trial with a “heavy heart” after three jurors went into self-isolation.
China's foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the US should "stop stigmatising and defaming China and other countries”.
The Health Secretary said Covid-19 tests will be made available for all “as soon as possible”, but refused to put a date on the roll out.
Dame Esther Rantzen has told elderly people that "now is not the time for a stiff upper lip" and urged them to ask for help if they need it.
UK farmers have urgently asked Brits to apply for farming jobs, as Covid-19 travel restrictions threaten the arrival of seasonal labour.
The shadow Chancellor has told talkRADIO that the UK has been “too slow” in providing economic support amid the coronavirus crisis.
A Conservative MP is among the thousands of former doctors and nurses who have been asked to go back to work to fight against coronavirus.
The former Attorney General tells talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer how the Covid-19 outbreak could affect crime rates in the United Kingdom.
The Health Secretary has urged people to follow the public health rules put in place to tackle coronavirus, as measures continue to step up.
Watch Mike Graham’s reaction to the new measures being imposed amid the escalating coronavirus pandemic.
The former Brexit Party leader has called for more scrutiny of the Chinese government amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock will table the Emergency Coronavirus Bill setting out measures aimed at slowing the spread of Covid-19.
It comes after his wife Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was temporarily released from prison in Iran in a bid to curb Covid-19 in the country.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn adopted a more subdued tone in the Commons today, which saw far fewer MPs than usual due to coronavirus.
The Conservative mayoral candidate has said health workers should drive to work to avoid public transport amid the coronavirus crisis.
It comes as supermarkets begin rationing groceries in steps to ensure shelves remain full amid coronavirus panic-buying phenomenon.
Hashem Abedi has been found guilty of murdering 22 people and injuring hundreds more in the “cruel and cowardly” 2017 attack.
Britons have been warned against non-essential gloabl travel as borders continue to close around the globe due to coronavirus.
Julia Hartley-Brewer, with Dave Chawner and Andre Walker, have praised the British public for 'pulling together' in the face of coronavirus.
The US president was accused of “showing his true racist colours” when he referred to coronavirus as "the Chinese Virus".
Find out the latest information on how coronavirus affects you with daily updates on the steps being taken in the UK to tackle Covid-19.
The astrophysicist targeted billionaire Bill Gates as he claimed on Twitter that Covid-19 was designed to control population.
The talkRADIO presenter compared the claims of “panic merchants” in the Covid-19 outbreak to those of anti-Brexit campaigners.
It comes as elderly people are warned they could soon be asked to self-isolate for up to four months amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
It follows Boris Johnson's announcement that daily televised briefings will now take place to update the public on the coronavirus pandemic.
The 70-year-old has joined the fight against coronavirus by washing her hands to the sound of her hit song 'I will survive'.
Mayoral and local elections will be postponed for a year due to the coronavirus outbreak, Boris Johnson has said.
Shemar Dawes, 19, was convicted of murdering Lord Promise Nkenda in an attack that saw the victim mown down by a BNW and stabbed 15 times.
The teenage activist has taken her weekly climate change protests off the streets and onto Twitter due to concerns over the pandemic.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has offered “all credit and congratulations to Laurence Fox for standing his ground”.
The Labour peer has said he has "faith" in the government's action on Covid-19, as opinion among politicians and experts continues to vary.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has been accused of being “transphobic” in a heated debate over whether or not men can have periods.
Lord Hall has faced the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee over whether the BBC reflects the "thought diversity" in Britain.
The shadow chancellor said the spending plan was “nowhere near enough” and, on some issues, went “significantly in the wrong direction”.
The Chancellor said the government was “working around the clock” to ensure the public remains “safe, healthy and economically secure”.