It comes after the country held a minute’s silence to remember victims of pandemic
Our vaccine success stories begin with the scientists, but trial volunteers were crucial to the science too.
Both our leading politicians are accused of not believing in anything, but, says John Rentoul, it is one of the least wounding charges in politics
The newspapers have been full of horrific details about one of the prime minister’s semi-recent extra-marital affairs, though you wouldn’t know it from this press conference
It is almost impossible to imagine how any leader, certainly in British history, has ever failed his people so badly, through no greater reason than straightforward stupefying arrogance
"Are we going to up our ante and ensure that we are — and we can be — global leaders in the production of those kinds of vaccines in this country?"
Canada will soon add another COVID-19 vaccine to its supply, with initial shipments of Johnson & Johnson's jab are to arrive by the end of April.
This week’s violence is an ominous sign that leaving the EU took a wrecking ball to the Good Friday agreement
It was days after the first riot before the rest of the UK was made aware of what is happening in Northern Ireland, and why. Is that a sign politics in Britain has moved on, asks Mary Dejevsky
PM says pubs, hairdressers, shops and gyms can open, but resumption of foreign travel next month remains in doubtCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLife will start returning to “some semblance of normality” in June, Boris Johnson has pledged, as he gave the green light for pubs, shops, hairdressers and gyms to reopen across England from next Monday – but he refused to be drawn on when foreign holidays could resume.