Boris Johnson says it is a “national priority” and a “moral duty” to get all pupils back in class next month, raising the prospect of… Read More »Shops could close to keep schools open as PM insists all pupils must get back in class
One of the most popular faces in Whitehall, Palmerston the Foreign Office cat, is retiring for a quiet life in the countryside.
Britons preparing to visit France have been warned there is “always the risk of disruption to travel plans” amid speculation the country could be next… Read More »Travel disruption warning as France could be next on quarantine list
Dominic Cummings’ lockdown-busting trip to Durham and Barnard Castle damaged public trust in the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study.
Moves to slash red tape and hand automatic planning permission to some homes – and projects like schools and hospitals – are being unveiled by… Read More »‘Once in a generation’ shake-up aims to speed up planning laws
Tributes from Pope Francis, the Dalai Lama and Bono have been read at the funeral of John Hume, a key figure in Northern Ireland’s peace… Read More »Messages from Pope Francis, Dalai Lama and Bono read at John Hume funeral
Ministers let up to 10,000 travellers with coronavirus spread it across the country at the start of the pandemic by failing to bring in quarantine… Read More »Quarantine delay let up to 10,000 travellers bring coronavirus to UK – senior MPs