Letter from four former secretaries of state says Brexit’s damage to peace process must be addressed
Labour points to ‘obvious security implications’ after it emerged that the PM’s digits have been on the internet for more than a decade, writes Adam Forrest
The prime minister is under serious pressure – as both the BBC and ITV claim sources heard him make the ‘bodies pile high’ remark, writes Adam Forrest
No 10 is refusing to comment on claims there was a second invoice for work on the luxury upgrade, writes Adam Forrest
Downing Street pushes back against latest claim, but prepares for ‘treasure trove’ of Dominic Cummings’ secrets to come out, writes Adam Forrest
Downing Street has applied to cancel the county court judgement over a bill for £535, writes Adam Forrest
Boris Johnson is gathering Cabinet as he faces fresh allegations that he said he would rather let coronavirus 'rip' in September than inflict the economic harm of another lockdown.
North and South, the completion of Brexit has moved working-class Labour strongholds into the Conservative camp and some Conservative standbys left.
Ex-veterans minister Johnny Mercer has slammed Boris Johnson for failing to include legislation in the Queen's Speech to protect British veterans who served during the Troubles.
Johnson has been told to follow Biden in step towards ‘worldwide immunity’, Liam James writes
Boris Johnson will use a 5pm briefing at Downing Street to confirm a significant relaxation of rules from May 17, saying the success of the vaccine rollout has given him room to manoeuvre.
Despite the falling numbers Britain is still not scheduled to open up fully for another seven weeks. Ministers are even hinting that masks and forms of social distancing may continue past June 21.