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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?
Recipients of benefits including jobseekers’ allowance and employment support allowance have “slipped down the list of priorities”, says committee chair
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.
Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt says report reveals 'no one appeared to consider the clinical risk to care homes'
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
Rise partly mitigated by Universal Credit changes announced in March, according to analysis
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’
System launched ahead of NHS app intended to help people find out if they have came into contact with anyone with Covid-19 symptoms
Prime minister plans to backtrack on previous decision to allow Chinese giant to play a role in next-generation telecoms
New guidelines to be published by governemnt as part of retail re-opening
Cabinet Office minister says there will be “some limited additional process on goods arriving in Northern Ireland” under the Brexit deal
Cabinet considers plans ahead of prime ministerial statement on Sunday, with new 'Stay Safe, Save Lives' message
As health service app moves towards nationwide launch, regulator sets out principles that should be followed
The spike in usage prompted by the surge in Universal Credit claims has prompted the Treasury to approve another tranche of funding
New deputy national security adviser Alex Ellis sets out government’s plans for landmark review broadsided by coronavirus
Continuing our series of videeo discussions with experts around the world exploring how governments are responding to the coronavirus pandemic, Prof Colin Talbot speaks to Emily St Denny and Paul Cairney about the role and limitations of preventive policy making.