The Prime Minister is set to outline the next steps of the reopening roadmap – here's what to expect
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.
The Prime Minister is set to reveal more about the new proposed vaccine passport scheme
At a Downing Street briefing, the PM tried to strike an optimistic note about the prospects for getting back to normal - despite paying tribute to those who have lost their lives.
It comes after the country held a minute’s silence to remember victims of pandemic
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has offered his "sincere condolences" to people who have lost loved ones to the pandemic on the one-year anniversary of lockdown.
‘Boris couldn’t even do his hair, today of all days’ said one viewer
Restrictions will be based on a traffic light system under which countries are rated red, amber or green
HENRY DEEDES Par-ra-pa-pa! Big day in Downing Street. No, nothing to do with yesterday's soft-soap lockdown easing.
‘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