Indie band Blossoms will headline a gig without social distancing as part of a Government pilot event.
Labour has written to the Cabinet Secretary demanding an explanation from Health Secretary Matt Hancock over his links to a family company which has contracts with the NHS.
Labour has said there are “serious questions to answer” after it was revealed that Health Secretary Matt Hancock has shares in a family company which has contracts with the NHS.
Matt Hancock has insisted the UK remains on track to offer a Covid-19 vaccine to all adults by the end of July.
The Prime Minister said a review into how failed firm Greensill Capital was able to secure Government contracts will be given the “maximum possible access” to get to the bottom of what happened.
An independent probe into lobbying on behalf of Greensill Capital by David Cameron needs to investigate why there is “one rule” for Tory politicians and another for the rest of the public, according to a senior Labour figure.
Labour is mounting a fresh attempt to press ministers over David Cameron’s lobbying activities on behalf of the collapsed financial firm Greensill Capital.
Boris Johnson has commissioned a wide-ranging independent review into Greensill Capital, the collapsed financial firm for which David Cameron lobbied ministers.
Deaths involving coronavirus have plummeted 92% since the peak of the second wave in January, official weekly figures for England and Wales showed in the latest sign of progress against the pandemic.
More than 700,000 doses of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine have been sent from the UK to Australia, according to reports.
Matt Hancock and chief scientists are seeking to maintain public confidence in the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine after regulators pointed to a one in a million chance of dying from a rare blood clot.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sought to reassure the public the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is safe after UK regulators said there was a possible link between the jab and “extremely rare” blood clots.
Tributes have been paid to leading public health expert Professor Sir Paul Cosford, who has died after a four-year battle with cancer.
Everyone in England will have access to a free and rapid coronavirus test twice a week from Friday, the Government has announced.
Households of people with a weakened immune system are to be prioritised for Covid-19 jabs.
The door “is not shut” on foreign holidays this summer and more will be known from Government scientists in the next few weeks, the Health Secretary has said.
More than 30 million people in the UK have received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
Bosses will be able to offer free rapid coronavirus tests to staff to take at home as the Government extends its workplace testing programme.
The Government will pour £500 million into a plan to expand mental health services in response to the impact of the pandemic on the public.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says he can see an “end” to the pandemic after which the UK will manage coronavirus “more like flu” with repeated and updated vaccinations.
Seven in 10 patients admitted to hospital with Covid-19 had not fully recovered five months after being discharged, a study suggests.
Care groups and unions have said they do not think vaccinations should become mandatory for care home staff after the Government confirmed it is looking into the option.
Care home workers could be legally required to be vaccinated against Covid-19 under plans being considered by the Government, according to the Health Secretary.
Faster, more efficient and more innovative research is the aim of a new Government vision to put the UK “at the forefront” of a “healthcare revolution”.
A record number of people received their Covid-19 vaccine on Friday, with 711,156 doses given to the UK public.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has hailed the vaccination of more than half the UK’s adult population against Covid-19 as a “phenomenal achievement”.
Half of the UK’s adult population has now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, the Health Secretary has announced.
Boris Johnson has insisted the vaccination programme and route out of lockdown remain on track despite a shortfall in the expected supply of jabs.
A delay in deliveries from India and the need to retest a batch of 1.7 million doses is behind an expected shortfall in coronavirus vaccine supply in April, Matt Hancock has said.
Reduced vaccine supplies could slow the easing of lockdown restrictions, an expert has warned, after health officials said volumes for first doses will be “significantly constrained” from the end of March.