The PM is once again facing questions over the UK's international border restrictions after COVID cases involving the Brazilian variant were identified.
The new Sky drama based on the UK's response to the first wave of the pandemic is set to be released next year.
The prime minister has tasked Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove to lead a review into vaccine passports.
Prime minister Boris Johnson has laid out his plan for taking England out of its national lockdown.
The front pages of Tuesday’s newspapers have all focused on Boris Johnson’s plan to ease England out its coronavirus lockdown. The prime minister announced on Monday that all COVID-19 restrictions on social contact will be lifted on 21 June at the earliest. In his roadmap for exiting the lockdown, he said families can visit indoors and stay overnight from 17 May at the earliest. Johnson outlined five key dates for easing restrictions in the months ahead. Hairdressers and salons could be back from 12 April, while hotels can reopen and foreign travel will be permitted from 17 May at the earliest. Read more: Why there is five weeks between each stage of lockdown easing The first step of the plan will see all schools in England reopen from 8 March, with wider use of face masks in secondary schools. Socialising in parks and public spaces with one other person will also be permitted from that date. A further easing will take place on 29 March, when the school Easter holidays begin, with larger groups of up to six people or two households allowed to gather in parks and gardens. The main theme among the newspapers on Tuesday was that of freedom. The Daily Express splashed on the prime minister's "one-way road to freedom", while the Daily Telegraph announced that it was '118 days to freedom' and The i spoke of "four steps to freedom" in its front page headline. Referring to the 21 June date, Metro wrote of a "midsummer's dream" and The Times said: "The end is in sight". While the Financial Times called Johnson’s plan a “balanced approach” and The Guardian said it was a "cautious, phased easing of curbs”, others were more impatient. The Sun wrote of an “agonising wait” for the lockdown to end, and the Daily Mail asked on its front page: “What are we waiting for?”
Chris Whitty has hit out at reports that he was resisting Boris Johnson’s plan to reopen schools.
Bigger indoor gatherings may be allowed sooner than planned in stage three of the government’s road map out of lockdown.
'We're setting out what I hope and believe is a one-way road to freedom,' the PM said.
The Northern Ireland Protocol has caused disruption to trade and the movement of consumer goods since the Brexit transition period ended.
Does the UK really have one of the 'toughest' set of coronavirus border restrictions in the world, as Boris Johnson has said?
The highly-charged British Medical Journal editorial said leaders must be held accountable for their failures 'by any national and international constitutional means necessary'.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has admitted 'he was wrong' after falsely accusing Boris Johnson of lying during a row about the rollout of coronavirus vaccines.
The former 'Love Island' contestant has been motivated to make change after his brother Llŷr sadly took his own life last year.
Some 106,533,154 discounted meals were claimed across the UK on the 13 eligible days.
The prime minister is visiting Scotland to promote the Union amid signs of rising support for Scottish independence.
The PM said schools won’t reopen and 'other economic and social restrictions' won’t be eased until then.
The Labour leader said Boris Johnson should 'bring forward' vaccines for teachers and school staff in order to fulfil the 'national priority' of reopening schools.