Demand for testing has increased in recent weeks and the Minister of Health blames people without symptoms who are seeking tests.
The UK’s chief Brexit negotiator has issued a statement saying that the EU needs “more realism” when it comes to the trade talks.
Boris Johnson is under fire as his broken promise to meet the head of one of the UK’s largest groups seeking an inquiry into the government’s handling of covid is revealed.
Among warning of cities becoming ghost towns by experts, PM is trying to find a way to bring Brits back to office.
Schools are about to reopen and wearing masks is an option that should be kept under control, but many argue that the measure is not necessary.
The Prime Minister is concerned about a second surge of Covid that could hit UK in a fortnight.
Nearly a year-and-a-half after it was completed, the Russia report was finally published by Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee.
Johnson about to set an extra funding of £3bn for NHS amid fears of a second wave of Covid during the winter. For PM the NHS has to be “battle ready”.
The British Prime Minister said that it is very important that people now return to work as carefully as possible.
Alok Sharma, the Business Secretary, have pushed towards this decision after not receiving “sufficient assurance” to get enough vaccines on time.
PM stated that care homes “didn’t really follow the procedures in the way that they could have”. Harsh reactions from public opinion.
The arts and heritage sectors have been promised £1.5bn in a rescue package by Boris Johnson to protect museums, galleries, theatres.
Documents showed that Jenrick granted planning permission for a £1bn property scheme two weeks before the developer donated to the Tories.
Almost 15.000 person at risk of being in the streets at the end of June when contracts between local authorities and hotels will expire.
The PM claimed “full attendance” at schools in September. School associations replied to Johson: “pure fantasy”, classrooms are too small.
The review of lockdown rules is going to be announced by Boris Johnson at his Cabinet and Parliament at midday. Different regulation for each sector.
The Prime Minister will reveal the plan to reopen pubs and hairdresser on July 4: at stake also the two-metre social-distacing rule.
After Rashford campaign, Johnson declared that the government would continue to provide free school meals vouchers.
For the race and inequality inquiry, PM appointed Manira Mirza to set up the team.
Johnson declares is going to set up a cross-government commission to tackle racial inequality. Criticism from the opposition parties due to the lack of detail.
Boris Johnson defined “absurd and shameful” that Winston Churchill statue is at risk. A barrier was placed around the monument to avoid damages by protestors.
Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary talked about the schools’ reopen which may not happen until after September.
The Prime Minister of UK, Boris Johnson supportive towards Black Lives Matter protests: “I hear you”. Also he warned about the risk of virus spreading.
Johnson plans to use quarantine-free travel corridors to popular destinations to allow Britons families to go abroad and foreigners to come to the UK.
Boris Johnson will give green light for Non-essentials Shop, BBQs and Garden Party for friends and family.