Excellent early morning. I’m Andrew Sparrow, having around from Alexandra Topping.
Below is the agenda for the working day.
9.30am: The ONS publishes its weekly coronavirus loss of life figures for England and Wales.
10am: Boris Johnson chairs the initial in-man or woman cupboard meeting considering that the lockdown started off. Ministers are meeting in a substantial area in the Foreign Office, to enable social distancing.
10.30am: The intelligence and safety committee publishes its lengthy-awaited report on Russian interference in British politics. Julian Lewis, the committee’s chair, is holding a press meeting about it.
10.30am: Prof Chris Whitty, the chief professional medical officer for England, and his two deputies, Prof Jonathan Van-Tam and Dr Jenny Harries, give evidence to the Commons wellness committee.
12pm: Johnson satisfies Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of condition, in Downing Street.
12.15pm: Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s initially minister, retains a coronavirus briefing.
12.30pm: Mark Drakeford, the Welsh very first minister, holds a coronavirus briefing.
2.30pm: Suella Braverman, the attorney common, gives evidence to the Commons justice committee.
2.30pm: Matt Hancock, the wellness and social care secretary, gives proof to the Commons science committee.
3pm: Pompeo is thanks to maintain a push conference with Dominic Raab, the overseas secretary.