Jeremy Corbyn joins second 'Clap for Carers'

Jeremy Corbyn joins second 'Clap for Carers'

Jeremy Corbyn joined the second 'Clap for Carers' event.
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Nationwide applause for final 'Clap for Carers' event

Nationwide applause for final 'Clap for Carers' event

The British public have joined a national round of applause in the final 'Clap for Carers' event.
Doctors protest during 'Clap for Carers' on Whitehall

Doctors protest during 'Clap for Carers' on Whitehall

Doctors and medical workers have protested outside the gates to Downing Street on Whitehall during the final 'Clap for Carers' event.
'Clap for Carers' organiser joins final event

'Clap for Carers' organiser joins final event

The organiser of 'Clap for Carers', Annemarie Plas, joins the final event from her home in Brixton, South London.
Sir Keir Starmer joins final 'Clap for Carers' event

Sir Keir Starmer joins final 'Clap for Carers' event

Labour Party Leader Sir Keir Starmer has joined a national round of applause in the final 'Clap for Carers'.
Prime Minister joins final 'Clap for Carers' event

Prime Minister joins final 'Clap for Carers' event

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has joined a national round of applause in the final 'Clap for Carers'.
PM bars advisers from answering questions

PM bars advisers from answering questions

Prime Minister Boris Johnson stopped his top scientific and medical advisers answering questions about Dominic Cummings.
Starmer: PM 'weak' through Cummings saga

Starmer: PM 'weak' through Cummings saga

Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer has criticised Prime Minister Boris Johnson's handling of Dominic Cummings row, describing him as 'weak'.
PM bars advisers from answering questions on Cummings

PM bars advisers from answering questions on Cummings

Prime Minister Boris Johnson stopped his top scientific and medical advisers, Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance, answering questions.
PHE: Contact tracing software failures due to security failsafes

PHE: Contact tracing software failures due to security failsafes

Dr Isabel Oliver of Public Health England explains says that software failures in the NHS Track and Trace program which launched this morning were because of extensive security measures.
PM: Five tests required for lockdown loosening met

PM: Five tests required for lockdown loosening met

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that all five tests required for the next phase of lockdown easing to begin have been met.
Raab: Chinese legislation would violate Hong Kong's autonomy

Raab: Chinese legislation would violate Hong Kong's autonomy

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says new security legislation formally announced by the Chinese government today would "clearly violate" the autonomy and freedom of Hong Kong.
Nicola Sturgeon modifies Scotland's lockdown

Nicola Sturgeon modifies Scotland's lockdown

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has announced modifications to lockdown rules, now allowing households to meet in parks or private gardens.
Health Secretary disputes care home discharges

Health Secretary disputes care home discharges

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has disputed claims that elderly patients were discharged from hospitals to care homes prematurely
Health Secretary launches contact tracing system

Health Secretary launches contact tracing system

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says the government wants to send clear messaging on 'NHS Test and Trace' to ensure greater public understanding.
Cummings doorstepped outside London home

Cummings doorstepped outside London home

Government adviser Dominic Cummings has ignored press and protesters gathered outside his London home this morning.
Ashworth: Backing Cummings undermines public confidence

Ashworth: Backing Cummings undermines public confidence

Shadow Health Secretary Jon Ashworth has raised concerns that government backing of Dominic Cummings may undermine public cooperation.
Government launch NHS 'Test and Trace' program

Government launch NHS 'Test and Trace' program

Matt Hancock has launched the UK government's track and trace program at today's Downing Street press briefing.
Boris Johnson appears before Liaison Committee

Boris Johnson appears before Liaison Committee

Boris Johnson has appeared before the Commons Liaison Committee for the first time.
Boris Johnson grilled over Cummings row

Boris Johnson grilled over Cummings row

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been grilled by the Commons Liaison Committee today.
Trials underway for coronavirus plasma treatment

Trials underway for coronavirus plasma treatment

A clinical trial into the use of convalescent plasma therapy for COVID-19 patients is underway.
Jenrick: Government will not review fines for parents

Jenrick: Government will not review fines for parents

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick says the government will not undertake a formal review of fines for breaching lockdown.
Jenrick: Time to "move on" from Cummings row

Jenrick: Time to "move on" from Cummings row

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick says "the moment has come for us to move on" from the row over Dominic Cummings.
Nandy: Johnson underestimates public anger over Cummings

Nandy: Johnson underestimates public anger over Cummings

Shadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy says the government is "underestimating the level of public anger" over Dominic Cummings.
Matt Hancock announces new anti-viral drug trial

Matt Hancock announces new anti-viral drug trial

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a new trial of an anti-viral drug, remdesivir, for selected NHS patients.