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UK suffers record coronavirus death toll for second day in a row as PM 'improving' in hospital
We'll be keeping you updated with all the latest on coronavirus in Europe in the live blog.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on the life or death decisions European leaders are having to make amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
We spoke to an expert about why a patient with COVID-19 would be admitted to intensive care, and what happens when they are there.
Former comms advisor paints a picture of a determined man, who would not have enjoyed relinquishing control.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been designated to take over while the prime minister is in hospital, but the formal rules are unclear.
The French death toll due to COVID-19 jumped by more than 1,400 on Tuesday - a record - and passed the 10,000 mark.
Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel and Donald Trump are among many leaders to send the UK prime minister their good wishes after he was admitted to intensive care.
The British prime minister, already in hospital for tests, was taken to intensive care after his condition worsenedt.
Scotland's chief medical officer was caught visiting her second home over the weekend, which was in breach of essential-travel-only rules in place amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The UK prime minister tweets from hospital to say he is "in good spirits" while undergoing "routine" tests after 11 days with coronavirus symptoms.
In both Italy and France, death tolls due to coronavirus increased on Monday after showing a decline in the last days.
The UK is about to enter its third week of lockdown, while in wider Europe there is hope the results of social distancing are finally showing effect.
"I cannot find any other explanation apart from there was an incorrect decision made," an infectious diseases expert told Euronews.
Parts of Europe are expecting the arrival of some sunny, warm weather this weekend, but state leaders have warned against trying to make the most of it.
Britain's health minister Matt Hancock returned from quarantine after contracting COVID-19 to deliver a five-point plan to increase testing.
Alison Jackson burst onto the British art scene in a flurry of controversy when she published a photo depicting the late Princess Diana - and she still has celebrity culture in her sights