The UK’s Department of Health and Social Care says it has “no plans to halt” rapid coronavirus testing, despite rumors that the testing programme would be scaled back due to false positive results. There are “no plans to halt the […]
David Brierwood joined government in 2014 and two months later was recruited to Greensill Capital A second Cabinet Office adviser was hired by Greensill Capital while working for the civil service, raising further questions over revolving doors between the government […]
A year after it was first introduced, the landmark violence against women and girls bill is back in the House of Commons, where the government has accepted the majority of suggestions made by the Lords. They did however water down […]
We spoke to the Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding, Jess Phillips, and asked her first what she thought about the amendments to the violence against women and girls bill.
It’s more than 40 years since Blair Peach died after he was hit by police officers during an anti-racism protest in west London. His partner Celia Stubbs says she was horrified to discover she was spied on for years while […]
The United Nations has warned of a growing humanitarian crisis on the Caribbean island of St Vincent – where 20 percent of the population have now been displaced by the series of volcanic eruptions, while thousands more are now at […]
Seven years after 276 schoolgirls were abducted from a school in northern Nigeria by the extremist group Boko Haram, the government still has not found a way to protect children – or hold those responsible to account, according to Amnesty […]
London and Brussels’ post-Brexit trade and cooperation deal has secured a huge majority in a vote by the EU’s foreign affairs and trade committees, paving the way for its full approval later this month. Passed by 108 votes to one […]
Brothers will be separated by cousin Peter Phillips as they walk behind coffin, Buckingham Palace reveals The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex will walk apart for their grandfather’s funeral, which is likely to see the Queen sitting alone, details released […]
Exclusive: In leaked emails, Matt Hancock’s adviser says there is ‘urgent need for decisions’ on asymptomatic testing Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Senior government officials have raised “urgent” concerns about the mass expansion of rapid coronavirus […]