The British Medical Association’s GP committee formally rejected the proposals for England and will ballot on industrial action.
Amendments to the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill set the stage for a parliamentary tussle known as ping-pong.
GPs in England threaten industrial action over in-person appointments. Family doctors reject plan to force them to see any patient who wants face-to-face appointment
The firm is competing with state run train operator London North Eastern Railway and airlines in providing Anglo-Scottish travel.
English schools must not teach ‘white privilege’ as fact, government warns. Comments ahead of new guidance ‘simplistic and unhelpful’, say teaching unions
The Prince’s Trust awards were presented virtually earlier in the year, so the event gave Charles the opportunity to recognise winners in person.
Tory mask converts and holdouts witness an object lesson in disinformation. By the end of the vaccines minister Maggie Throup’s Commons performance we knew less than we had at the start
Laura Kuenssberg in talks to step down as BBC political editor. Exclusive: those with knowledge of negotiations say Kuenssberg could become presenter on Today programme
Youth justice services still failing black and mixed heritage boys, finds report. Probation inspectorate finds lack of curiosity behind inaction on youth offending disparities across England
Peter Hartshorne-Jones believed he had Covid-19 and complained his wife was not paying him enough attention.
It comes after a report from MPs claimed that such terminology may have contributed towards a ‘systemic neglect’ of white working-class pupils.
What did New Labour ever do for us? How about this lot for starters. Readers react to a recent letter that dismissed the achievements of the Blair government
Boris Johnson attended the service along with Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney and Northern Ireland First Minister Paul Givan.
New rose named after one of UK’s first documented black gardeners. John Ystumllyn was abducted from west Africa in 1746 and taken to Gwynedd, north Wales