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Health secretary Matt Hancock says update shows "the government's plan is working"
Catherine Calderwood admitted visiting her second home twice, breaching regulations based on her own medical advice
Comments come as PM’s top adviser Dominic Cummings self-isolates after developing symptoms
Whitty says 'social cost' of measures like school closures means government will wait until the “last possible point” to implement them
Chris Whitty says NHS has to prepare for 2% mortality rate but reality could be much less
Civil service chief executive John Manzoni and Treasury solicitor Jonathan Jones also among those receiving awards
As 2020 approaches, senior figures from across government reflect on their highlights and challenges of 2019, look ahead to the next 12 months and share their favourite festive memories
Freight service will transport medical supplies with short shelf lives like radioisotopes and human organs
Government won't fly in medicines in first batch of contracts awarded through £300m post-Brexit framework
Watchdog says disruption cannot be ruled out despite health secretary Matt Hancock's guarantee
Commons leader compared neurologist David Nicholl to anti-vaxxer Andrew Wakefield after no-deal warnings
As she steps down after nearly a decade as the nation’s doctor, Davies talks to Beckie Smith about the delicate balance of influence and power, dealing with the tabloid press and why altruism matters in public health.
Providers told supplies could take up to five days to deliver – up from three days set out in February guidance
Government rethinks approach after DfT's attempt to secure freight capacity for first Brexit deadline 'cost £85m'
Lidington pledges government will only pay for capacity it uses after £50m payout to scrap no-deal ferry contracts
Public health professor has been a chief scientific adviser to government departments for a decade