PM tells committee a decision may have to be taken ‘very soon’ and could cause significant disruptionCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoris Johnson has said a decision may have to be taken “very soon” about whether to impose tougher border measures on France over concerns about the spread of potentially vaccine-resistant Covid variants.
An open letter signed by 20,000 says a report into racial inequality "provoked national indignation".
A group of charities is calling on Boris Johnson to begin donating vaccines through the Covax scheme.
As a newspaper columnist in the 1990s, Johnson railed against a crackdown on handguns after the Dunblane massacre in which 16 young school children and their teacher were shot dead.
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The Prime Minister said a balance had to be struck between the need to protect public health and the major disruption that would be caused to the flow of goods including food and medicine.
No 10 is said to be considering formal discussions with Dublin government over rising tensions, writes Adam Forrest
DOMINIC LAWSON: No, it is not the return of The Troubles, nor anything like it. But still, it brings back dreadful memories to see that the rioting plaguing Northern Ireland has now spread to the 'Peace Wall'.
Ministers were 'looking at' adding the country to the travel ban red list and forcing French hauliers to take Covid tests on arrival in the UK, Boris Johnson said.
‘It’s a chance to get back to doing some of the things we love,’ says prime minister
65 MPs and peers claim the Prime Minister has “largely overlooked” long Covid during the pandemic