Several UK schools have closed and children who have returned from Northern Italy have been sent home as fears grow about the spread of coronavirus.
Government ministers are reportedly preparing to implement further emergency plans to prevent the virus from spreading.
The government says anyone returning from affected areas in Europe must "self-isolate" for two weeks and call "NHS 111".
Actor and prominent Harvey Weinstein accuser Rose McGowan claimed the disgraced Hollywood producer could be one of the worst sexual offenders in history.
Weinstein was convicted of third-degree rape and a first degree criminal sexual assault in a New York court and could face up to 29 years in prison on the back of the guilty verdicts.
McGowan, who sparked the #MeToo movement with her original accusations, gave a powerful interview to Good Morning Britain - watch above.
Harvey Weinstein has been found guilty of sexual assault and will face a maximum of 25 years in prison.
The former Hollywood director was found guilty of sexual assault and rape in the third degree, but cleared of the most serious charges of predatory sexual assault at his trial in New York.
93-year-old icon June Brown is set to leave EastEnders after 35 years as the much-loved Dot Cotton.
The actress, who joined the show in 1985, said 'I've left for good" in an interview with podcast Distinct Nostalgia.
June said: "It’s almost as if I’ve been bereaved. I don’t want a retainer for EastEnders, I’ve left. I’ve left for good."
She added: "I went back to do a good story. Alas and alack, when I got back it had gone up in smoke. I got a small part, a very small part. And that ended up as a big wet fart. Alas and alack, I will never go back."
An EastEnders spokesman said the 'door remains open' for June to make a return to the BBC soap.
Dame Julie Walters has revealed that she was diagnosed with bowel cancer.
Her condition was discovered 18 months ago, after doctors found two primary tumours in her large intestine.
The 69-year-old actress told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show that, following chemotherapy, she had been given the all-clear.
On Wednesday evening, there was a mass shooting in Germany killing 10 people and leaving five others injured in a series of drive-by attacks.
The man suspected of fatally shooting the ten people in the German city of Hanau was found dead at his home, hours after the attacks, police said.
Officers also found another body at the same address, police said.
Tyson Fury and manager Frank Warren spoke to Good Morning Britain live from Las Vegas ahead of the crunch rematch with Deontay Wilder this weekend.
Speaking to Kate Garraway and Adil Ray, Fury said: “I feel fantastic, you know, I don’t remember ever being mentally stronger than I am today. Everything went really well in training camp, I couldn’t have asked for more.”
Rapper Dave criticised the treatment of the Duchess of Sussex, accused the Prime Minister of being a “real racist” and spoke up for Grenfell fire victims during a politically charged performance at the Brits.
The British star performed his song Black at the ceremony at the O2 Arena in London, but added new verses at the end.