The UK government has vowed to scrap a law that bans British citizens - who have lived abroad for more than 15 years - from taking part in UK elections.
The British government on Wednesday announced new measures to provide a lifeline to workers and businesses hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UK finance minister has told parliament that the economic emergency is only just beginning, as he outlines the government's spending plans.
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Pubs and restaurants in the British capital must close no later than 10 pm and people cannot socialise of groups of more than six people.
"We're working really hard on this but I can't promise to play Santa," said UK health minister Matt Hancock, speaking about the possibility of a COVID-19 vaccine by Christmas.