Johnson is facing fresh scrutiny over his past relationship with the outgoing US president.
This is the moment House of Commons speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle rebukes Boris Johnson for labelling Sir Keir Starmer a hypocrite.
Boris Johnson has confirmed coronavirus vaccines in the UK will soon be administered 24 hours a day.
Marcus Rashford has hit out at the 'meagre' hampers, which caused outrage after photos of the lunches emerged on social media.
The government has said people who want to go for a seven-mile bike ride during the coronavirus lockdown should 'go for it'.
In his first public speech addressing the issue, Johnson said of Trump's incendiary words: 'I believe that was completely wrong.'
This is the moment Boris Johnson shuts down a Tory MP who accuses him of 'pettifogging malice' for imposing a third coronavirus lockdown.
Schools that had ordered a full week’s worth of dinners in advance before the lockdown announcement will now be forced to discard them.
The prime minister is scheduled to hold a press conference from Number 10 later on Tuesday.
Hospital admissions are higher than they were during the first peak of the coronavirus pandemic last spring.
Boris Johnson’s announcement that England is to enter a third national coronavirus lockdown was all over the front pages of Tuesday’s newspapers.Announcing England’s new lockdown on Monday evening, prime minister Boris Johnson warned the coming weeks could be the “hardest yet” of the pandemic.According to the government, people must remain inside except for essential medical need, shopping for food, exercising once a day or working if it cannot be done from home.Read more: What you can and can’t do under new lockdown in EnglandThe Sun’s front page had the headline, “One last push”, and reported that 13 million people will receive a COVID-19 vaccine by the middle of February.The Daily Telegraph concentrated on Johnson's pledge that the “end is in sight” and that the NHS will offer vaccines to everyone in key groups, such as care home residents and staff, frontline health workers and those aged 70 and over, by the middle of next month.The Guardian said the prime minister has warned the worst is yet to come, while the Daily Mirror accused the government of “bungling, indecision and weakness”.The Daily Mail says it’s “back to square one”, ten months on from the first national lockdown last March, calling the new measures the “most draconian” since last spring.
In a televised address to the nation on Monday, the PM said a lockdown 'tough enough' to contain the new coronavirus variant is needed.
The PM said it was his 'greatest misgiving' when looking back at his response to the first wave of the pandemic.