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Boris Johnson says country’s “long hibernation is coming to an end”
Boris Johnson has announced a major relaxation of the coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England. But what are the details of the new plans and how will it impact on our day-to-day lives?
Decision comes after "specific technical challenges" idenitifed with the app
Charities call for "urgent uplift of £20 per week" to families with children claiming benefit
Group will ensure care homes have the support they need to control this virus, health secretary says
PM says 'cautious' changes to England's lockdown are being made today
Courts and prisons need hundreds of millions more in spending to deal with capacity pressures, IfG finds
Full details of new range of powers across five key areas
PM urged to ‘bring more light and less heat’ to the immigration debate after Brexit
Kwarteng said vetting processes should be "much more severe" following Sabisky scandal
Initial stage of challenge claims there has been a "systemic failure” of care
MPs sceptical over "government’s poor track record in delivering promised new prison places"
Move comes as government at winds down emergency no-deal Brexit planning
Benefit claimants at risk of 'destitution' if DWP fails to prepare for Universal Credit roll-out, MPs warn
Nick Hewer hosted show “an excellent way to engage with current and potential exporters”, insists department
Cabinet secretary says government will boost messages to urge businesses and citizens to prepare for possible no-deal EU exit next month
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has acknowledged that rollout of benefit reform could have contributed to large increase but says government has made changes to improve reform
Committee on Climate Change report found reductions in greenhouse gas emissions have stalled in past five years
Jon Thompson says prime minister’s preferred customs partnership option could be cost neutral but take five years to set up
Auditors should be given full access to the accounts of the scheme after chief's £1.7m salary is revealed
Home secretary Amber Rudd sets out action plan to deal with cases of people facing immigration issues following rule changes
MPs call for submissions on the Foreign Office’s capability to lead revamped foreign policy following Brexit as inquiry continues