Boris Johnson has said he is 'anxious' about the variant and hinted at the possibility of local lockdowns.
A Sage adviser warned that if the Indian COVID variant can evade vaccines, Boris Johnson must not 'dither and delay as in the past'.
The 'Physical' singer was named Best Female Solo Artist at the awards ceremony, held in London's O2 Arena as part of the government’s live events pilot scheme.
Christina Pagel, a mathematician and professor of operational research at University College London, and a member of Independent Sage, criticised the government’s messaging.
The PM announced on Monday that England will ease its lockdown as planned next week, despite concerns about the Indian COVID-19 variant.
Former shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the corporation should refuse to accept 'substitute' Conservative ministers.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas has shut down rumours that Carrie Symonds will appear on this year's series.
The foreign secretary dismissed the allegations against the prime minister as "tittle-tattle" and "chatter".
Victoria Borwick said questions should be asked about 'only' getting £30,000 a year to renovate the flat in 11, Downing Street.
A Conservative MP has said she has been getting 10 times more emails about bees than the Boris Johnson flat scandal.
Matt Hancock has been accused of 'censorship' after refusing to answer questions about the Boris Johnson flat refurbishment scandal.
'He never answers the question,' Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said in a bitter exchange with Johnson at PMQs.
One shadow minister demanded: 'We really need to know who the prime minister is beholden to.'
The PM and the Tory Party are facing calls to be investigated over potential law breaking after it was reported the party paid the initial costs for refurbishing his Downing Street flat.
The prime minister is facing increasing pressure to answer questions about a host of controversies that have emerged in recent weeks.
It’s the seemingly simple question two cabinet ministers have now tied themselves in knots over.
The prime minister is alleged to have made the remark when England's second lockdown was imposed.