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She underwent preliminary medical checks but is back home "in good spirits", Buckingham Palace says.
The Commons leader says maskless Tory MPs are in line with official guidance as they know each other.
A Labour MP is seeking to make it more difficult to lay off workers and rehire them on worse terms.
Ex-Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick says the UK's counter-extremism strategy has "lost its way".
Logan Mwangi was discovered in the River Ogmore, Bridgend county, on 31 July.
Anthony Rees, 78, was trying to move the 470kg stove when it fell and crushed him, inquest hears.
West Yorkshire Police says there have been reports of "suspected spiking and attempt spiking".
The Loose Women presenter will return next week, "all being well", a show spokesperson said.
The Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust says there is "unprecedented demand" on services.
People are urged to play their part in keeping coronavirus at bay in the run-up to Christmas.