Today the government opted out of a vaccine scheme that would see all EU member states bargain with manufacturers together.
The Chancellor may have woken up today to excited headlines welcoming his £30 billion pound plan for jobs, but by lunchtime he was confronted by the chilling reality of thousands more job losses.
Boris Johnson has warned people against “taking liberties” with social distancing rules, saying it could lead to the danger of a “serious spike” in coronavirus infections.
Senior Conservatives have been rallying to the defence of the Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick – amid allegations over his role in approving a contentious property development by a wealthy Tory donor.
The pandemic has blown a deep hole in local government finances at a time when many councils were already struggling to stay afloat.
The Prime Minister suggested that social distancing restrictions may be changed to help that happen.
It’s a symbolic act against police brutality and racism but today ‘taking the knee’ was described as a symbol of subjugation and subordination by the Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.
The government has written to the EU to confirm that there will not be an extension to the Brexit transition period.
The part privatisation of probation services in England and Wales announced in 2014 by the then Justice Secretary Chris Grayling was supposed to drive down reoffending rates.
MPs have rejected a move to allow remote voting to continue in the House of Commons – despite protests from MPs who are shielding or physically unable to get to Westminster.
His job is to work in the shadows of government but yet again the Prime Minister’s Chief Adviser is in the spotlight.
In a major U-turn – Boris Johnson has asked the Home Office to remove foreign NHS and care workers from the immigration health surcharge as soon as possible, following a revolt by Tory MPs.
It was supposed to be a memorable street party across the nation to toast the victory that shaped modern Britain in 1945.
Boris Johnson has insisted he will act with “maximum caution” in any measures aimed at easing the lockdown
Channel 4 News and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism have found that in London, many rough sleepers have been forced to wait for weeks as councils and the Greater London Authority struggle to find rooms.