The Treasury has revealed more than 10 million meals were eaten with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in its first three days.
Labour’s official LGBT+ group is calling on the party to take “measurable action” against Rosie Duffield over “troubling” comments she made about transgender people.
Number 10 has asked England’s chief medical officer to speed up a review of the evidence on coronavirus in schools in a bid to show that it is safe for children to head back to the classroom.
Boris Johnson will seek to reassure the British public that accident and emergency departments are safe to use in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said the Government “can’t protect every job” but vowed to ensure nobody is “left without hope” as the UK suffered its biggest drop in employment since 2009.
Immigration minister Chris Philip will hold talks with French counterparts on Tuesday in an attempt to tackle a rise in the number of migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats.
Labour have accused Boris Johnson of a “counter-productive and wrong” move to scrap the UK’s aid department as they claimed its costs could have funded 2,000 new nurses.
Boris Johnson has said police must ensure they treat all Brits with “fairness and equality” after Labour’s Dawn Butler claimed she had been a victim of racial profiling.
Downing Street has batted away suggestions it is considering imposing rape conviction targets on the police and prosecutors.
Downing Street has hit out at the Belarus government over “completely unacceptable” violence against protestors following a controversial presidential election.