In northern parts of England, Covid-19 deaths have reached levels not seen since May.
Half of us spotted people breaching restrictions – but very few of us seem to care.
The economy contracted by a record 20.4% between April and June.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimated there were 3,700 new cases per day in the week to August 2.
Some 1.3 million people, or 3% of the general UK population, are parents who also looks after elderly, disabled, or sick relatives.
The unemployment rate also fell to its lowest level in 40 years.
Britain needs a pay rise after a "historic decade" of hardship, says The TUC.
The government has finally woken up to this huge potential for data collection on the British public. It isn't a huge leap to imagine that once they have sucked dry the mobile phone networks, they will turn to Google and co and legislate their way into getting their hands on yet more data. At that point, individual privacy truly would be dead.