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“We’ll continue to hold press conferences to coincide with significant announcements," says No.10
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?
Health secretary Matt Hancock says update shows "the government's plan is working"
Health minister says there is a of "alienating or freaking out people" using test, track and trace system
Department needs a better understanding of the impact of its immigration enforcement activity on meeting its policy aims, report says
Experimental ONS and HMRC data reveals indicative employment impact of Covid-19
Volunteers are ‘using their skills for the greater good’, chief people officer says
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
Group will ensure care homes have the support they need to control this virus, health secretary says
Details emerge as SAGE member says government was too slow to enter lockdown
Senior civil servant and medical statistician to become director general, succeeding Tom Hurd
Instead of invoking the Civil Contingencies Act when the pandemic broke out, the government drafted its own coronavirus bill. Could it be because of the CCA's emphasis on scrutiny?
Work to build on PHE review that found death rates are highest among BAME communities – as EHRC launches inquiry
Outsourcer training coronavirus tracers was told to take "remedial measures" after sharing email addressers
Reorganisation comes after Simon Case returns to civil service as No.10 perm sec