Berlin’s ambassador reveals two countries are 'moving forward together' - despite prime minister claiming its technology does not work
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‘I think that sentence should never be uttered when people have died’, mother of attack victim says
Boris Johnson says “discussion and honesty" is owed to the tens of thousands who have died of coronavirus in the UK.
The government is setting out its response to the economic impact of the coronavirus.
The PM says “local lockdowns and local whack-a-mole strategies” will be used to deal with coronavirus outbreaks.
Johnson's announcement was overshadowed by the first local lockdown since easing of lockdown, because of a spike in cases in the city of Leicester.
The drama will start at Boris Johnson's appointment as Prime Minister and focus on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, including Mr Johnson falling ill with the virus.
Michael Winterbottom is set to direct, but there is no word yet on who will portray the PM
Boris Johnson dismissed criticism over the failed NHS software, which was initially billed a crucial for controlling the disease before being humiliatingly abandoned last week.
His comments came as the nation gears up for the widest relaxation of the lockdown so far he, with hospitality and other businesses set to reopen on Saturday in an attempt to kick-start the economy.
'Germany - 12 million downloads. I checked that overnight', prime minister told - after challenging Labour to 'name a country' with an app