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”.
Sadiq Khan has “failed to keep the public safe” amid the coronavirus crisis, according to his mayoral election rival Shaun Bailey.
talkRADIO’s Mike Graham has been discussing today’s historic parliamentary session with political correspondent Charlotte Ivers.
Sir Keir Starmer has accused the government of a “pattern” of slow responses to Covid-19 in his first PMQs as Labour leader today.
Some 120 MPs will take part remotely in Parliament's first ever virtual Prime Ministers Questions today amid coronavirus lockdown.
Author and columnist Lionel Shriver said the UK's coronavirus lockdown was “frankly bizarre, flagrantly self-destructive, if not suicidal”.
NHS fundraiser Captain Tom Moore has virtually opened a new NHS Nightingale hospital provide more than 500 extra beds in North Yorkshire.
The Office for National Statistics said the number of UK job vacancies plummeted by 52,000 in the months before coronavirus took hold.
Sir Richard Branson's airline has reportedly asked for a £500 million government loan to save it from collapse amid the coronavirus crisis.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have faced criticism from editors after they announced they will no longer co-operate with British tabloids.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has defended Boris Johnson after it emerged the PM missed five coronavirus Cobra meetings earlier this year.
“Who are they going to believe me or you?”, the police officer asked after having threatened to “make something up” to get the man arrested.
Michael Segalov has filed a complaint against the Met Police after he was “aggressively stopped” from filming amid coronavirus lockdown.
The Transport Secretary said a return to normality will be "gradual" as the country braces for three more weeks of coronavirus lockdown.
The UK and the EU have been urged not to add to the global coronavirus “uncertainty” by refusing to give more time to trade talks.
talkRADIO’s mid-morning host said the paper should be “absolutely and utterly ashamed” for criticising care workers "badge of honour".
The shadow health secretary has called for "details on what comes next" as the government prepares to extend lockdown measures from today.
World War Two veteran Captain Tom Moore has raised over £12 million pounds for the NHS, far exceeding his initial target of £1,000.
The Health Secretary defended the proposed “badge of honour” for care workers, saying criticism of it “misjudged the mood of the nation”.
In video shown at the daily press briefing, Mr Trump said “partisan” reporters had “sniped and criticised’ while he took “decisive action”.
Labour activist Christian Wolmar said a leaked report into the party's handling of antisemitism showed attempts to “sabotage” the party.
The London Mayor has faced calls to provide transport staff with personal protective equipment, after 21 TfL workers died with Covid-19.
Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey said she believed the fight will take "several months" but that does not mean months of lockdown.
Chris Hobbs hit out at the press as well as social media users for "abuse" against officers grappling with Covid-19 lockdown rules.
talkRADIO's Mike Graham has accused Boris Johnson's critics of spreading "hate and bile" after the PM was discharged from hospital.
The British Medical Association has urged the government to grant NHS staff who have come from abroad indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
Ken Marsh told talkRADIO that he found criticism of the police approach “quite bizarre”, claiming “all we’re trying to do is save lives”.
The mid-morning host said he has "had enough of this ridiculous craziness by the media" as he tore up the newspaper live on talkRADIO.
The Home Secretary spoke exclusively to talkRADIO's Dan Wootton about Boris Johnson, lockdown, and more. Watch the full interview here.
A Northamptonshire Police chief said a “three-week grace period” is over and officers would get tougher if people continue to ignore rules.
Oliver Dowden has said that “now is the moment to stick to the course” as the government prepares to review the UK’s lockdown measures.
The retired officer and police protection campaigner condemned those who have "such contempt for society" that they put police at risk.
talkRADIO's Mike Graham lambasted the newspaper for its claims that Boris Johnson’s hospitalisation had led to “power vacuum fears”.
Edward Argar denied that Boris Johnson’s Covid-19 hospitalisation has left a “power vacuum” in government, saying the Cabinet is “united”.
The Conservative MP criticised China’s coronavirus figures after the country reported no new deaths for the first time since the outbreak.
The Foreign Secretary has been put in charge of running the government “where necessary” while Boris Johnson receives critical care.
Politicians and public figures at home and abroad have joined in wishing the PM well as he fights coronavirus in intensive care.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer sends her best wishes to Boris Johnson, who is in intensive care as part of his treatment for Covid-19.
During the fiery debate on Mike’s mid-morning show, the host told his guest: “You’re not the all time master of everything that you purvey.”
The Tory MP said the UK had become "too dependent economically" on China and urged the government and private sector to consider relations.
The PM said he was in "good spirits" after being admitted to hospital last night as a "precautionary step" as his Covid-19 symptoms persist.
The temporary facility was established at London's ExCel Centre in just nine days and will have the capacity to treat up to 4,000 people.
Matt Hancock has defended his call for professional footballers to donate some of their salary to others during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The shadow chancellor said “lessons have been learnt” by the Labour's handling of antisemitism and that he hoped the party could “move on”.
Matt Hancock said the Prime Minister is "on the mend" after contracting Covid-19 and remains "heavily involved" in the government response.
This dramatic footage shared by Kent Police shows officers linking their belts into an improvised hoist to rescue a man from a 50ft drop.
The Conservative MP told Mike Graham he hopes the coronavirus will allow the people of Britain to unite after the “bitterness of Brexit”.
Paul Cosford, emeritus chief medical officer for PHE, told talkRADIO that coordinating mass testing for Covid-19 was “not a simple process”.
The mid-morning host hit out at political editors for focusing on "what should have been done" rather than getting "proper information".
It was the future king’s first appearance since coming out of self-isolation after he tested positive for Covid-19 last week.