Boris Johnson is in a stable condition after spending a second night in intensitve care.

Mr Johnson’s condition on Tuesday night remained “stable” as he stayed in St Thomas’s for “close monitoring”, according to Downing Street.

The Prime Minister was transferred to hospital as a “precautionary measure” on the advice of his doctor on Sunday evening, before being moved to the intensive care unit on Monday night.

Thornbury and Yate MP Luke Hall has become the latest local politician to show his support.

He said: “The Prime Minister is still in intensive care, but he is in a stable condition. He is currently receiving some standard oxygen treatment, and I am told that he is in good spirits. I’m sure that readers will all join me in wishing him all the best for his recovery.

"We live in one of most community orientated parts of the country and I am in awe of how our community have risen to the challenge our country faces by helping to support vulnerable people in self-isolation, with businesses, charities and individuals rallying around people who need support.

"I would like to reassure everyone that there is a very determined mood in Government to deliver the very clear plan the Prime Minister has set for the country in responding to this Public Health pandemic.”