Direct Eurostar services from the Netherlands to London will be launched later this year following new agreements on border procedures.
A list of 73 countries and territories where English holidaymakers can visit without self-isolating on their return has been published by the UK Government.
Boris Johnson has urged the public not to “blow” the progress made in tackling coronavirus when lockdown restrictions are eased this weekend.
Ministers are set to reveal a list of countries exempted from the coronavirus quarantine while Boris Johnson will warn the public to act “responsibly” when the lockdown eases.
Enforcement powers to deal with people not wearing face coverings on public transport have been beefed up, according to Grant Shapps.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has warned the Government will take action if social distancing measures are ignored as thousands flocked to the south coast on the hottest day of the year.
The Government must release its plans for air bridges as soon as possible, travel companies have urged, warning that “sending people on holiday is not like turning on a tap”.
Walk-in centres for Covid-19 testing are to be set up to make it easier for people without cars to get tested for the virus.
Air bridges will be available from next week to allow Britons to take holidays in other countries without quarantining for 14 days, it has been reported.
The Government is due to publish the latest data from its coronavirus test and trace service as the Prime Minister continues to defend it from criticism.
A memorial for transport workers could be erected at London Victoria station in honour of Belly Mujinga, who died after being allegedly spat at by a man who claimed to have Covid-19.
Keeping older cars on the road is the “most environmentally friendly” form of motoring, a Conservative MP has claimed.
Boris Johnson has strongly hinted at changing the two-metre social distancing rule to help revive the economy as figures showed the carnage already caused by coronavirus in the jobs market.
Pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ease lockdown restrictions intensified as new figures laid bare the damage being caused to the labour market.
Drivers of zero-emission cars are to be given distinctive green number plates which could make them eligible to by-pass congestion zone charges or secure cheaper parking.
Grant Shapps has denied reports that the chief nursing officer for England was dropped from Number 10 press briefings because she refused to defend Dominic Cummings.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said remembering face coverings should become part of daily routine as they become mandatory on public transport in England from next week.
Planned Government regulations will soon require face coverings to be worn by all hospital outpatients and visitors as well as anyone travelling on public transport in England.
The Government has defended its test and trace strategy for Covid-19 after one of the programme’s senior executives said it will not be “world class” until at least September.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has pledged to make roads “accessible for all” as he marked the 50th anniversary of a law introducing blue badges.
Conservative MPs have ramped up pressure on Boris Johnson to dispense with his top aide amid fresh allegations that Dominic Cummings broke lockdown rules more than once.
A fierce row over the actions of the Prime Minister’s top aide continues on Sunday as Dominic Cummings faces more allegations that he broke lockdown rules.
It is up to “individuals” to decide how to practise lockdown measures, Grant Shapps has said, and to decide how to make sure they have enough family support.
The Government is pumping £283 million into roads, railways, buses and trams to improve public safety and protect services, the Transport Secretary has announced.
Public transport users in London will be hit by fare increases and restrictions on free travel due to the Government’s £1.6 billion bailout of Transport for London (TfL).
Transport for London has been given a bailout to help it fill a coronavirus-related black hole in its budget after its income slumped by 90%.
Coronavirus could turn Britain into a nation of happy campers after health officials said campsites or caravan parks could prove to be lower risk than a hotel for a holiday.
Tube and bus fares in London would rise as part of a coronavirus Government bailout, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has indicated.
Boris Johnson will proceed with “extreme caution” in easing the lockdown, a Cabinet minister has said, as he warned the public not to “throw away” their hard work by going outside.
Boris Johnson was expected to announce only a “modest” easing of the coronavirus lockdown similar to Wales as he faced pressure to detail plans for the quarantining of travellers arriving in the UK.