The Prime Minister has banned the Chinese tech firm from involvement in the UK’s 5G network in the latest government U-turn.
People in England will be required to wear face coverings in shops as of next Friday in the latest move to stop the spread of coronavirus.
A record number of migrants reached the UK yesterday, as Priti Patel announced a “new operational approach” to tackling the issue.
Boris Johnson has urged the public to wear face masks in shops with an announcement due soon over whether it will be made compulsory.
Sir Peter Soulsby has claimed local authorities have been asking to the government to act on illegal factory working conditions for years.
Hundreds of people lined the streets to pay their respects to the World War Two entertainer ahead of her private funeral this afternoon.
The BBC has advised staff to take up the "small, proactive step" in order to make transgender and non-binary colleagues feel more welcome.
The PM said that by missing out on parties, festivals and presentations, young Brits had helped save hundreds of thousands of lives.
The high street pharmacy chain expects to cut more than 4,000 roles while the homeware giant is set to permanently shut eight stores.
The Commons Leader urged the BBC to reconsider after it confirmed it will scrap the free television licence fee for over-75s in August.
The Chancellor said he hopes offering a 50 per cent discount to diners in restaurants will remind Brits that "we used to love going out".
“We will not be defined by this crisis but by our response to it,” the Chancellor said as he set out his plan for economic recovery.
The Prime Minister did not apologise but said he takes full responsibility for decisions made in care homes in response to coronavirus.
Dame Cressida Dick apologised to Bianca Williams for the “distress” caused by a stop and search after police were accused of racism.
“Dangerous” Mark Brown, 30, of Newington Green was found guilty of sexual assault following a trial at Wood Green Crown Court on Friday.
Former Metropolitan Police superintendent Leroy Logan said the black community often feel they are "over-policed and unprotected".
The Business Secretary said the investment in energy efficiency will support thousands of construction jobs and put money in pockets.
Gavin Collins, 39, has been sentenced to life in prison after he killed an 87-year-old grandfather when he crashed into him in a stolen car.
The Metropolitan Police has defended a stop and search incident after officers were accused of racism by Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams.
The government has announced £1.5 billion of support to help the struggling arts industry “weather the storm” of coronavirus closures.
The broadcaster said the cost-cutting steps to shake-up regional television news and local radio in England will lead to 450 job losses.
The Tory MP said more countries need to “stand up and be counted” in the pushback against China’s new national security law in Hong Kong.
Sir Keir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson of failing to address criticism of coronavirus policy when lives and livelihoods are at stake.
The Tory minister's comments come after football bosses clarified that using the slogan was not an endorsement of the political movement.
The shadow transport secretary strongly criticised the PM’s new infrastructure plan and called for more support for the travel industry.
The former PM criticised the government’s appointment of chief EU negotiator David Frost as Boris Johnson’s new national security adviser.
The Prime Minister said the Covi-19 crisis has provided the moment to address problems that governments have “failed to tackle for decades”.
As Leicester prepares to lockdown once again, the Health Secretary said the government is prepared to take further action if necessary.
The Education Secretary denied that the plan to rebuild and refurbish English schools will see the return of Private Finance Initiatives.
The Brexit Party leader has claimed that the government is out of step with the country over the Black Lives Matter movement.
A police officer has been stabbed in Glasgow, the Scottish Police Federation has confirmed. A man has been shot by an armed officer.
Julia Hartley-Brewer has taken Environment Secretary George Eustice to task after he admitted he did not always follow the national news.
Two men have been jailed after 40-year-old Gavin Garraway was stabbed to death in an attack that lasted just 15 seconds in March last year.
The UK’s most senior police officer has said that around 140 of her colleagues have been injured in London in the last three weeks.
Keir Starmer asked the shadow education secretary to step down after she shared an article containing an “anti-Semitic conspiracy theory”.
Footage on social media showed police vehicles being smashed and officers pelted with bottles and chased during clashes with a large crowd.
Jake Hepple, 24, was dismissed by Paradigm Precision after it concluded he had broken the company’s “various policies and procedures”.
Business minister Nadhim Zahawi told talkRADIO Robert Jenrick had offered “absolute transparency” over his controversial planning approval.
The Prime Minister has claimed that no other country in the world has managed to develop a properly functioning coronavirus tracing app.
The former Business Secretary told talkRADIO she was confident that the UK will be able to strike a Free Trade Agreement with the EU.
The Greater Manchester Mayor said Boris Johnson's plan to ease measures further on July 4 narrowly veered towards risk rather than caution.
Boris Johnson has announced a series of changes to England's lockdown restrictions, coming into force from July 4. Read the full list here.
The BBC has committed to ensuring that 20 per cent of crew members in network commissions are from diverse backgrounds from April next year.
Four writers left The Blair Partnership after claiming the company had refused to to publish a statement in support of transgender rights.
The former Chancellor told talkRADIO the government should not rush to cut public spending in response to the economic hit of coronavirus.
The Home Secretary reiterated the government’s pledge to get tougher on sentencing following the stabbing in Reading on Saturday.
Conservative MP Bob Blackman has said many in his party would vote against the government over proposals to extend Sunday trading hours.
Director of Detention Action Bella Sankey said the Home Office was yet to show that it had learnt lessons from the Windrush scandal.
Conservative MP Mark Francois has urged the government to speed up its easing of coronavirus lockdown, as Boris Johnson discusses proposed changes.
James Brokenshire told talkRADIO the government will continue to review sentencing and deportation policies following a stabbing in Reading.
The ex-Labour MP said she warned the party against its election strategy, after a damning report on its historic defeat was published today.
Level three of the alert scale means the virus is still in general circulation but transmission is no longer “high or rising exponentially”.
Rugby legend Martin Offiah has welcomed the decision to review the sporting anthem, but said he does not believe it should be banned.
The Queen is to send a private message of condolence to the family of the iconic World War Two entertainer, who has died aged 103.
Oriel College has said it wishes to remove the statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes, following a "thoughtful period of debate and reflection".