The government is updating guidance in England on personal contact, such as hugging, from next Monday.
Boris Johnson's new standards adviser is looking into allegations about the PM's conduct.
Hugs and indoor gatherings could return from 17 May as Boris Johnson confirms the next stage of unlocking.
The Government has told bereaved families it is too busy dealing with the coronavirus pandemic to launch an immediate public inquiry into its handling of the crisis.
Letter from four former secretaries of state says Brexit’s damage to peace process must be addressed
Lord Frost presses EU to be ‘pragmatic’ over Northern Ireland protocol
A long-awaited employment bill was one of the most notable omissions from the Queen’s speech. So much for enhancing the rights of employees
Leader of Scottish Conservatives says PM should ‘of course’ quit if he has not been honest about payments for Downing Street refurb
It was a contagion that spread from the ports to the big cities, and then out along the road and the rail networks to sleepy county towns and coastal communities.
The UK government is finally taking a look at the sale of the chip designer to US firm Nvidia, but why not just buy a controlling interest?
Cabinet minister Michael Gove says PM will make announcement on Monday despite concerns about variants
The SNP First Minister is waiting to see if her party can win an overall majority at Holyrood that would bolster its separatist push, with the vote on a knife edge.