As Britain's death toll became the highest in Europe, the Labour leader asked at PMQs: “How on Earth did it come to this?”
The independent candidate will no longer run in the next London mayoral election which will now take place in 2021 due to coronavirus.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has lambasted Professor Neil Ferguson after it emerged the SAGE scientist flouted lockdown rules.
James Brokenshire MP said it was "the right course of action" that Professor Neil Ferguson resigned from the government advisory group.
A rare rockhopper penguin chick has been named after the Prime Minister’s newborn because it will grow up with a “blonde crown” of feathers.
Former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has defended the UK’s coronavirus preparedness and praised the government’s new contact tracing app.
The airline said “unprecedented market conditions” as a result of the coronavirus pandemic had “severely reduced revenues”.
talkRADIO’s Mike Graham has urged Sadiq Khan to appear on his show, branding the Mayor’s previous refusal to do so as “not good enough”.
Former Pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann has urged the government not to keep elderly people in a continued coronavirus lockdown.
Matt Hancock confirmed that men are more likely to die of Covid-19, after his department tweeted that “certain genders” were worse affected.
Rishi Sunak has announced that the income support scheme for 2.3 million self-employed people will be extended for a second and final grant.
Officials said the decision to mothball the hospital was a “positive thing” as it showed the coronavirus crisis in the capital was easing.
The Met Police have released E-fit images to help identify two men involved in a fraud that cost its victim more than £100,000 of savings.
Columnist Brendan O’Neill has condemned Guardian journalist Owen Jones' criticism Michael Gove owning a book by a Holocaust denier.
The Conservative MP has resigned as a minister after an investigation found he had attempted to intimidate a member of the public.
Ken Marsh warned that issuing fines was not the most effective way of ensuring compliance with coronavirus lockdown rules.
The Conservative MP has warned that getting Britain’s economy moving again is just as important for saving lives as social distancing.
The Leave.EU founder has reached a settlement with the Electoral Commission over alleged electoral offences in the 2016 referendum.
A teenager accused the Crown Prosecution Service of seeking to “indoctrinate children”, causing it to review its guidance to schools.
The Greater Manchester Mayor has urged the government to recognise low paid workers’ contribution to the fight against coronavirus.
The US president has claimed to have seen evidence that the coronavirus pandemic from an infectious disease laboratory in Wuhan, China.
The Labour leader urged his party to be prouder of being patriotic and said differences between Brexit beliefs were “yesterday’s argument”.
Britain has criticised the European Union for the “limited progress” made in the latest rounds of talks on a future post-Brexit trade deal.
An exclusive poll carried out for talkRADIO has shown 84 per cent of Brits would feel unsafe going to a restaurant or pub, if the lockdown is relaxed on May 7.
The Met has said those who flout social distancing rules to show their appreciation of the NHS will be asked to return home.
Boris Johnson has led well wishes for Captain Tom Moore, as the NHS fundraiser and World War Two veteran celebrates his 100th birthday.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has claimed that illegal migrants are arriving in the UK “above and beyond the official figures”.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 19-month-old and a three-year-old were stabbed to death in east London.
talkRADIO's Dan Wootton said critics were “out of step with the country” after some claimed Mr Johnson missed PMQs to avoid scrutiny.
Leader of the Conservatives in the London Assembly, Susan Hall, urged the London Mayor to 'concentrate on the day job'.
Facing Dominic Raab at PMQs, the Labour leader claimed the UK could be on track for one of the worst death rates in Europe.
Freddy McConnell, who biologically gave birth, has lost an appeal to be registered as "father" or "parent" on his child's birth certificate.
A spokeswoman said both mother and baby are “doing very well” after the birth in a London hospital this morning.
Martin Green said the UK "made a mistake" in not prioritising care homes amid coronavirus as thousands of care home deaths are reported.
Sara Britcliffe is the youngest Conservative member and the first female MP for Hyndburn and Haslingden and has now made history once more.
NHS worker David Gomoh was stabbed multiple times in a “ferocious assault” shortly after his father died from an illness linked to Covid-19.
The 29-year-old became violent after being refused travel by British Transport Police at Nottingham railway station during lockdown.
“If Priti Patel was on the Left there would be people that would be saying that this was sexist and racist,” the talkRADIO host argued.
The Conservative MP has called for “perspective” in the media’s coronavirus coverage as the government faces more criticism over PPE.
The businessman has accused the journalist of "insincere" criticism of the government amid the coronavirus crisis "to just big himself up".
The social media giant faced a backlash after it accused users of breaching community standards by posting images of the England flag.
The victim had suffered knife injuries and died before he could be taken on board the air ambulance which had been called to the scene.
The journalist told talkRADIO that “irreparable damage” to the UK’s finances has grown “deeper” with each day of coronavirus lockdown.
The government was accused of letting politics taint scientific advice after it emerged that the PM’s chief adviser attended the meetings.
A one-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy have been stabbed to death in an east London property, the Metropolitan Police have said.
The PM urged Brits to continue to show “unity and determination” by observing the social distancing laws, as he returned to Number 10 today.
The Unison union has urged the government to hold a tribute at 11am on April 28, which is International Workers’ Memorial Day.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier said the UK had refused to “commit seriously” on several fundamental points in the latest talks.
The race and equality campaigner has said there are "a lot of mysteries" surrounding the link between coronavirus and ethnicity.
The US president has been condemned after suggesting disinfectant could be injected into patients as a possible treatment for Covid-19.
The Health Secretary said the government will “consider all options” for relaxing lockdown but warned that the UK “cannot move too soon”.
Luis Pitarma and Jenny McGee were personally thanked by the PM for remaining at his side as he fought coronavirus in intensive care.
A fox cub is recovering after being saved from drowning in a Glasgow dockyard with the help of an aptly named police officer.
The number of knife crimes in England and Wales rose seven per cent last year, though overall crime dropped by an estimated five percent.
Sadiq Khan has “failed to keep the public safe” amid the coronavirus crisis, according to his mayoral election rival Shaun Bailey.