Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said there is a “national duty” to give people confidence to get vaccinated against coronavirus and called for more volunteers to help with the rollout.
The Home Office should consider denying Donald Trump entry to the UK after he leaves office, Scotland’s Justice Secretary has said.
A Labour MP has expressed her gratitude after she returned home following treatment in hospital for coronavirus.
A former Welsh Conservative Party leader has been criticised for equating protesters at the US Capitol to those who supported a second referendum on Brexit.
Boris Johnson has risked inflaming a constitutional row over Covid support cash by suggesting Nicola Sturgeon is delaying financial help for businesses.
MPs will return to Westminster to vote on regulations enforcing England’s national lockdown as the stringent restrictions entered into force overnight amid spiralling coronavirus cases.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has urged the Government to use the third national lockdown in England to create a “round-the-clock” vaccination scheme in order to end “this nightmare”.
The condition of Labour MP Jo Stevens is “improving”, her team has said, after it was announced she is being treated for coronavirus in hospital.
Labour MP Jo Stevens is being treated for coronavirus in hospital, her team has said.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is facing a high-profile revolt over his decision to back Boris Johnson’s EU trade deal in this week’s Commons vote.
EU ambassadors have given provisional approval for Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal to be implemented from January 1.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said the party will vote in favour of the Government’s “thin” EU deal, saying that no deal is simply not an option.
Michel Barnier is to update ambassadors from the 27 European Union nations on the state of the negotiations with the UK as time runs out for a deal.
Boris Johnson continued to take a tough stance with the EU over talks on a post-Brexit trade agreement, insisting the UK would prosper without such a deal.
Boris Johnson will not give in to demands to extend the Brexit transition period despite the coronavirus crisis, Downing Street said.
The Government could use emergency legal powers to force schools to stay open after council leaders urged them to close early and move to online learning before the Christmas break.
The Government has demanded that schools stay open until the end of term as council leaders and headteachers have called for a move to online learning amid a rise in coronavirus cases.
Schools in Islington have been asked to close and switch to online learning from Tuesday evening due to a rise in coronavirus cases across the capital.
Sir Keir Starmer has urged leaders to keep schools open as the London mayor called on the Government to consider closing them early in the capital ahead of Christmas amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
Boris Johnson would “fail on the only promise” he made at the last election if the UK crashes out of the European Union without agreeing a trade deal, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Sir Keir Starmer has unveiled his first Christmas card as Labour leader.
Sir Keir Starmer is self-isolating after a member of his private office staff tested positive for coronavirus.
The approval of a vaccine will make “absolutely no difference” to the tough tiered restrictions which came into force in England on Wednesday, Boris Johnson said.
Labour has offered to sing from the same hymn sheet as Government ministers on the vaccine rollout in order to give the public “confidence” in the newly approved jab.
New tiered coronavirus controls for England will have to remain in place for the “forthcoming few months” until a vaccine is generally available, the Health Secretary has warned.
A senior minister said he has not seen a so-called “secret dossier” showing that dozens of sectors are in trouble as the Government braces for a Tory revolt on a toughened set of coronavirus controls.
Boris Johnson risks the future of the Union "every time he opens his mouth", Sir Keir Starmer has told MPs.
Appearing via video link at SW1A magistrates court, Wednesday's defendant faced a serious charge - "undermining the fabric of the United Kingdom".
Boris Johnson has refused to criticise Donald Trump for prematurely claiming victory in the US election and threatening to use the courts to stop votes being counted.
Scotland could be forced to follow England into lockdown this month or risk going it alone without the UK's full job retention scheme if national restrictions are required further down the line.