Johnson hints at review of no recourse to public funds policy after ‘jaw-dropping’ committee grilling
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’
PM tells committee of senior MPs it is time to move on from row over adviser's possible lockdown...
System launched ahead of NHS app intended to help people find out if they have came into contact...
New Joint Biosecurity Centre to provide new Covid-19 threat assessment level that will inform lockdown rules
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Sedwill tested positive for Covid-19 in April
"Your work is recognised and thoroughly appreciated," Schofield tells civil servants
Track-and-trace app being trialled now will do "heavy lifting" once social-distancing measures are lifted, science adviser says
Cabinet considers plans ahead of prime ministerial statement on Sunday, with new 'Stay Safe, Save Lives' message
Government says scientific advice showed placing restrictions at the border earlier in the pandemic would not have had a significant impact on virus spread
As health service app moves towards nationwide launch, regulator sets out principles that should be followed
Epidemiologist says he regrets "undermining of the clear messages" on social distancing
Minister says payment timeliness for Universal Credit is running at a record high despite huge levels of demand
Dame Louise Casey will lead unit to ensure "as few people as possible return to life on the streets" after the crisis
Chancellor reveals that the furlough scheme is costing around the same as the NHS