Boris Johnson has apologised to English school children for the "distress" caused by his government's handling of exam results.
Boris Johnson has slammed people attending illegal raves for "endangering themselves and others" amid pleas for help from nightclubs forced to remain closed due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The Government will view fines for parents who do not put their children back in school next week as a “last resort”, an education minister has said.
The Health Secretary is considering “moon shot” plans to get millions of people tested for coronavirus every day by next year in a bid to better track asymptomatic transmission.
The NHS has been forced to pay out more than £15 million in immigration fees to the Government since 2017 so that the health service has enough specialist staff.
Boris Johnson has urged parents to prepare for schools to return as he insisted the risk to children from coronavirus is "very small".
Labour has accused the Government of "pulling the life raft away while the storm is still raging" as it warned some regions of the UK are set to be disproportionately hit by a looming redundancy crisis.
Gavin Williamson has defended his decision to go on holiday just days before A-level results day.
A cross-party group of MPs has threatened Boris Johnson with legal action over an independent investigation into Russian election interference.
Coronavirus will cause the UK "real problems" during the winter months, England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty has suggested.