THE prime minister's top adviser is self-isolating after experiencing coronavirus symptoms, a No 10 source has claimed. 

Dominic Cummings reportedly fell ill over the weekend and remains at home, where he will stay in contact with the Downing Street team.

Mr Cummings, the mastermind behind Vote Leave's messaging during the Brexit referendum, was last seen running out of Number 10 shortly after Mr Johnson posted a video message on Friday announcing he had tested positive.

It follows the news that both Boris Johnson and health secretary Matt Hancock have both tested positive for coronavirus.

Similarly the UK's Brexit negotiator David Frost, chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty and Scottish Secretary Alister Jack have also quarantined themselves after noticing symptoms.

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