Free school meals should be permanently given to pupils from low-income migrant families who are currently ineligible for public support, charities say.
British tourists in countries that have been added to the travel quarantine – including France, Malta and the Netherlands – have been told “don’t just… Read More »Britons should not be ‘entirely surprised’ at new quarantine rules – transport secretary
The prime minister has vowed to rebuild a “stronger than ever” economy and highlighted the need for co-operation between central and devolved government.
Hundreds of thousands of students will receive their A-level and vocational qualifications today, as the fallout continues over how they are to be graded.
Labour MP Dawn Butler was stopped by police in London because of a “human error”, the Metropolitan Police has said, as the force condemned the… Read More »Met Police condemns ‘trial by social media’ after MP stopped by officers
The UK has been tipped into the “largest recession on record”, according to official figures charting the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the economy.
Boris Johnson is attempting to persuade people it is safe to visit A&E, after it was revealed patients’ reluctance to attend because of coronavirus may… Read More »A&E ‘safe’, says PM, after fears led to ‘16,000’ non-COVID deaths
Labour MP Dawn Butler has told Sky News she believes she was the victim of racial profiling after the car she was in was stopped… Read More »‘Angry and annoyed’ MP accuses Met of racial profiling after being pulled over in London