The PM has asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to deputise "where necessary", No 10 says.
David Clark called himself an "idiot" after admitting to clear breaches of the New Zealand lockdown.
BBC's technology reporter tests if Quibi's platform with 10-minute or shorter videos could get viewers hooked.
Black Chicagoans account for 70% of coronavirus deaths, despite making up 30% of the population.
More than 100 global organisations want debt payments to be waived for developing countries this year.
A three-part series tells the story of the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? coughing scandal.
While many countries have imposed major restrictions, life continues as normal in Turkmenistan.
Hospitals need to supply oxygen to more beds than is currently possible, so doctors are searching for hacks.
Cardinal George Pell successfully overturns a verdict that he sexually abused two boys in Australia.
Spikes or dips may in part reflect bottlenecks in the reporting system, rather than real changes in the trend.
Charities are warning they will need government and public support to provide palliative care.
Countries should now question whether keeping schools shut is justified, says one team of scientists.
Photojournalist Chrystal Ding documented the treatment of survivors of the genocide in Rwanda.
Transplant patients and people with lung diseases are among those who have been missed off the list.
Wholesalers are opening their doors to members of the public keen to buy supplies in bulk.
Increased competition and privacy risks are some of the challenges facing workers making the switch.
A vital local service for parents closed because of coronavirus but one volunteer is keeping it going.
One council warns it would be impossible to keep services going if relief was applied "across the board".
An oil price war and Covid-19 travel restrictions are cutting fuel costs but it is not good news for everyone.
Tuesday's papers lead with news of Boris Johnson's transfer to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.