The Scottish government has already announced a new strategy of “social bubbles” – allowing you to mix with more people. And it’s likely that similar policies will be introduced in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Michael Gove defended Dominic Cummings, claiming that police guidelines at the time allowed people to drive in order to exercise. But does this defence stack up?
More than 12,500 international flights landed in the UK during lockdown – including passenger and cargo planes.
Various media reports have emerged since March, saying that south Wales is an infection hotspot.
More than half of the population will need to use the app in order to stop the virus completely.
How consistent has the Lib Dem leader been on Brexit? FactCheck takes a look.
Leo Varadkar’s office has told FactCheck that Ireland would not build any physical infrastructure on the border – even if there is no deal.
The government says up to 47 million straws enter the sea from the UK each year. But now it admits that’s just an assumption – and appears to have no evidence to back it up.
The government says ‘sales of plastic bags by the seven biggest retailers in England have fallen by 90%’. But the figures don’t include ‘bags for life’ – which now account for a significant proportion of supermarket plastic bags.
The EU has declared war on fake news. But leaders admit the aim is to make sure “anti-democrats don’t win at the ballot boxes”.
Staff complained of being overworked and understaffed – with some pointing to Brexit as a contributing factor.