The shadow foreign secretary has said it “seems unthinkable” Dominic Raab would not have been told of the Harry Dunn crash for almost two weeks after a briefing note about the death was sent to his private office.
The mother of Harry Dunn has called for the Foreign Secretary’s resignation over his department’s handling of her son’s death.
The family of Harry Dunn have suggested expelling diplomats to stand up to the “schoolyard bully” US Government after an extradition request was refused for the teenager’s alleged killer.
The family of Harry Dunn have called on the Foreign Secretary to launch a judge-led public inquiry after accusing the Government of a “cover-up” over their son’s death.
People should use “common sense” if they meet people from other households in the outdoors, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said, as the Government comes under continued pressure over “a lack of clarity” in its messaging to the public.
Dominic Raab and the Foreign Office have been accused by the shadow foreign secretary of “unforgivable failings” over their response to the death of Harry Dunn.
The Government should open up the economy “as far and as quick” as possible to recover from the economic impact of coronavirus, former Chancellor Sajid Javid has said.
A secret Whitehall document produced years before the coronavirus outbreak forecast the UK was ill-prepared to deal with a health pandemic, it has emerged.
Harry Dunn’s family are set to meet the shadow foreign secretary to encourage parliamentary scrutiny over the Foreign Office’s (FCO) handling of the case.
Boris Johnson will come under fresh criticism over his handling of the coronavirus crisis when he faces Sir Keir Starmer for the first time during Prime Minister’s Questions.
It will be a significant week in the nation’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson expected to deliver a “roadmap” to easing lockdown restrictions.
The parents of Harry Dunn have urged the Foreign Secretary to concede his department’s position on the diplomatic immunity claimed by their son’s alleged killer.
Lawyers representing the family of Harry Dunn are set to be handed more documents which they hope will help their legal case against the Foreign Office.
Boris Johnson is back in Downing Street ready to take charge of the Government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has dismissed renewed calls for an early easing of the coronavirus lockdown, saying the outbreak was still at a “delicate and dangerous” stage.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has rejected fresh calls for an early easing of the coronavirus lockdown, saying the outbreak was still at a “delicate and dangerous” stage.
Boris Johnson is set to return to work on Monday, but in the three weeks the Prime Minister has been away the battle against coronavirus has greatly changed.
A coronavirus vaccine is unlikely to be available before the year is out despite tens of millions of pounds being poured into UK trials that start imminently.
The UK is going to have to live with some form of disruptive social measures for at least the rest of the year, England’s chief medical officer has said.
The Government will introduce contact tracing at “large scale” as a way of easing lockdown restrictions, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said, as he told MPs the UK had “reached the peak” of its Covid-19 outbreak.
For the first time in British parliamentary history, MPs contributed to Prime Minister’s Questions via video link.
The Government has been accused of being slow to respond to the coronavirus crisis as ministers said the UK had reached the peak of the outbreak.
Sir Keir Starmer will grill Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab over the Government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis during the first virtual Prime Minister’s Questions.
Scotland’s First Minister has pleaded with the public to continue making “difficult sacrifices” and adhere to Covid-19 restrictions in order to save lives.
Downing Street has resisted calls to publish a timetable for ending the coronavirus lockdown, saying the move would be a “mistake”.
The UK missed three chances to be part of an EU scheme to bulk-buy personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers, according to reports.
No protective equipment is more important than the lives of healthcare workers, a nursing union has said, after ministers said it should be treated as a “precious resource”.
Ministers are appealing to the public to stay at home over Easter after the UK recorded its highest daily death toll from coronavirus since the outbreak began.
The coronavirus epidemic remains in a “dangerous phase” a senior Government scientist as warned as the UK recorded its highest daily death toll since the outbreak began.
Dominic Raab has not spoken to Boris Johnson since taking over his responsibilities, insisting the Prime Minister should focus on his recovery.