The government adviser – who claimed he drove to Barnard Castle during lockdown to test his eyesight – will be sent up in a revival of the hit 80s satirical puppet show.
During an extraordinary press conference in which the PM announced planned reopenings for August 1 will be postponed for a fortnight.
Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock have both said the government didn't know COVID-19 was being transmitted by people with no symptoms. So, what's the truth?
Caroline Nokes, chair of the women and equalities committee, said the coronavirus pandemic has shown the PM does not take women’s issues seriously.
The government plans to ban 'buy one get one free' deals and TV and internet junk food adverts before 9pm.
The PM, while saying he was reluctant to 'nanny' the public, said people need to shed pounds to help protect themselves from the coronavirus.
The prime minister has been accused of using the coronavirus pandemic “as some kind of political weapon” by Nicola Sturgeon.
The government will be able to order people in certain towns to stay at home under sweeping new coronavirus powers.
Boris Johnson has refused to say whether he read a major report forecasting a worst-case scenario of 120,000 coronavirus deaths between September and June.
'I do think we need to be stricter in insisting people wear face coverings in confined spaces.'
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson of 'ducking responsibility' for the 'chilling' number of care home deaths during the coronavirus pandemic.
The president has often appeared in public to shake hands with supporters and mingle with crowds, at times without a mask.
The prime minister has been criticised for saying some care home workers did not follow proper procedures.
Boris Johnson has warned local Leicester-style coronavirus outbreaks will become 'a feature of our lives'.
Nicola Sturgeon has attacked Boris Johnson’s government over its 'shambolic' handling of air bridges.
Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers can reopen from Saturday but other businesses like nail bars will have to remain shut.
Speaking on LBC, Boris Johnson said people shouldn't be bullied or embarrassed into doing something they didn't want to do.
Stanley Johnson said he had flown to Greece despite Foreign Office advice because he is on essential business trying to 'COVID-proof' his villa.