More than 100 Britons are stranded on board a cruise ship off the coast of California

More than 100 Britons are stranded on board a cruise ship off the coast of California where medics are testing passengers for coronavirus, it emerged last night. 

Princess Cruises said 142 UK nationals – made up of 121 passengers and 21 crew – were on board the Grand Princess which is carrying a total of 3,533 people.

Politicians and human rights groups said the inquiries were vital if political interference into the investigation was to be ruled out, and for the public’s faith in the rule of law to be maintained.

The demands came amid extraordinary claims that Shamsa had contacted the Cambridgeshire force in 2017, asking it to help secure her release from Dubai, 17 years after she was snatched in Cambridge.

Dr Fauci said he did not believe the US would have to implement measures as “draconian” as the actions taken in Italy and China to shut down entire towns and cities.

But, he added, “anything is possible”. “Is no international men’s day feminism has banned it I suspect.” “Bet there isn’t a international men’s day.”

“Piñera and those around him don’t understand people’s feelings, the difficulties they are experiencing,” said Cristobal Rovira, a political scientist at Santiago’s Diego Portales University. “He lives in a bubble.”

In the week the protests broke out last October, with tens of thousands of people in the streets, Piñera was photographed celebrating a family birthday at a fashionable restaurant in one of the city’s affluent neighbourhoods.