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Recipients of benefits including jobseekers’ allowance and employment support allowance have “slipped down the list of priorities”, says committee chair
Health minister says there is a of "alienating or freaking out people" using test, track and trace system
Experimental ONS and HMRC data reveals indicative employment impact of Covid-19
Inquiry comes after Race Disparity Audit, which was published in 2017 when Theresa May was prime minister
The PM will be joined on the call by Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove and UK’s chief negotiator David Frost.
EHRC legal action will review whether immigration measures complied with equality law
Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt says report reveals 'no one appeared to consider the clinical risk to care homes'
Figures reveal the largest monthly fall since records began in 1997
Government reveals prime minister will hold talks with the leaders of EU institutions on the UK's future relationship with the bloc later this month
OECD predicts UK unemployment rate could rise as high as 14.8% post pandemic
Reorganisation comes after Simon Case returns to civil service as No.10 perm sec
Work and pension committee chair to follow up with No.10 after PM ‘clearly surprised to hear that people in this situation can’t claim Universal Credit or other benefits’
“At this difficult time, it is of crucial importance that parliament is able to hold government to account," Jenkin says
Lack of tests among “most significant problems” in government's handling of the pandemic, Science and Technology Committee says
Labour asks government why it is only planning to recruit 18,000 roles, saying as many as 50,000 may be needed
Leaked document says measures needed to "enhance credibility and boost investor confidence"
Health secretary dismisses concerns over new "Stay Alert" message and "lack of details" in guidance
Chancellor reveals that the furlough scheme is costing around the same as the NHS
Cutting public spending "not part of our approach" after the pandemic, PM says
Cabinet Office minister insists it is "still entirely possible to conclude negotiations" by 31 December despite coronavirus crisis
Decisions on easing coronavirus restrictions will happen with "maximum possible transparency", PM says
Raab says publishing membership of scientific advisory group could put people at risk of “pressure”
Major study will “inform future action we take" on coronavirus, health secretary Matt Hancock says
Move comes as event venue is turned into a temporary hospital as part of Covid-19 response
MPs and campaigners say department will not be trusted after report said the department had shown decades of "ignorance and thoughtlessness" on race.
Message sent to staff as fresh bullying claims emerge from Patel’s time at the Department for International Development
Grant Shapps vows to 'undo the damage' of 1960s Beeching rail cuts with £500m fund to reopen axed lines
Boris Johnson to take personal charge of post-Brexit trade talks supported by a 'small and agile' new unit
Move would reverse policy set out by Theresa May
Defra plan will base agriculturist support payments on public goods, such as better air and water quality
Prime minister will head up group leading government's efforts to cut drug trafficking and knife crime
Chief inspector says critical shortage of probation officers means service is ‘not performing to its full capability’