Boris Johnson has narrowly won a vote to let the UK strike trade deals with countries that are committing genocide.
Kwasi Kwarteng has dismissed border delays and the rising cost of transporting goods to Europe as “teething problems” rather than a consequence of Brexit.
Businesses experiencing problems exporting to the EU “through no fault of their own” will receive compensation, the prime minister has said.
MPs have backed a motion calling for the upcoming cut in Universal Credit to be scrapped, with nearly all Conservative MPs abstaining.
Replacing the £20-a-week increase in Universal Credit with a one-off payment of £500 is a “terrible” idea, Labour has said.
Engineers are working to restore hundreds of thousands of police records that were accidentally deleted from the national database, the Home Office has said.
Closing schools has been one of the most painful consequences of the pandemic – the action Boris Johnson described as his “last resort”.
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