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UK Schools to Reopen ‘As Fast As Possible’, says Johnson
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Johnson hints at lockdown easing as he faces pressure to reopen schools
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PM will consider relaxing Covid measures in mid-Feb
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A former nursery nurse uses her make-up skills during lockdown
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Jenrick visits Al-Abbas Mosque vaccination centre in Birmingham
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Doctors call for time between vaccine doses to be reduced
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All you need to know from the Government's coronavirus briefing
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New variant may carry higher risk of death -UK's Johnson
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Boris Johnson: Some evidence UK variant is more deadly than original virus
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Nissan Commits to UK's Sunderland Plant After Brexit Deal
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Boris Johnson on 'absolutely crucial' need to follow lockdown rules
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Boris Johnson warns more needed to build long-term flood resilience
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Starmer attacks PM's 'inadequate' flood response
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PM praises flood protection efforts on visit to Didsbury
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PM too early to tell when we can lift restrictions
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Watch: PM Modi, world leaders congratulate President Biden | Who said what
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Still 'tough weeks to come' in the pandemic, says Johnson
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Johnson: Biden inauguration a 'step forward' for the US after 'bumpy period'
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PM chairs Cobra meeting as Storm Christoph threatens floods
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PM warns more Covid deaths in 'tough weeks to come'
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PM defends Covid response amid border criticism
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PM on President Biden being 'woke'
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PMQs blighted by tech issues as MP's phone rings and connections lost
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Johnson calls for action against 'devastating' climate change with new coalitionBoris Johnson will call for countries to do more to tackle the "devastating" effects of climate change, as he launches a new partnership with five other countries and the United Nations.
Sturgeon to seek 'legal referendum' on Scottish independenceNicola Sturgeon has accused Boris Johnson of being "frightened of democracy" and said she will seek a "legal referendum" on Scottish independence.
Johnson speaks to Biden in phone call - with hopes of 'deepening longstanding alliance' with USBoris Johnson has spoken to the newly inaugurated US President Joe Biden in a Saturday evening phone call to Washington DC.
Kenneth Branagh to play Boris Johnson in new TV pandemic dramaAward-winning actor Kenneth Branagh is to play Boris Johnson in a new TV drama charting the country's COVID pandemic through the eyes of the prime minister.
'More flooding to come' PM warns as Storm Christoph brings more rain to UKBoris Johnson has warned there will be more flooding to come next week amid severe "danger to life" flood warnings as Storm Christoph batters parts of the country.
No 10 refuses to criticise Biden for removing Churchill bust - despite PM's disapproval of same move by ObamaDowning Street has declined to criticise US President Joe Biden for removing a bust of Winston Churchill from the Oval Office - despite Boris Johnson having previously criticised "part-Kenyan" Barack..
Is Biden woke? Boris Johnson says there's 'nothing wrong' if he isIs Joe Biden woke? Needless to say there are many more weighty questions flowing from the inauguration of a new mainstream liberal internationalist US president.
PM accused of 'overruling' Priti Patel's call to shut UK's bordersBoris Johnson has been accused of "overruling" Home Secretary Priti Patel - after she claimed she argued for the shutting of the UK's borders at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
PM to chair emergency COBRA meeting over 'volatile' Storm Christoph flooding threatBoris Johnson has told MPs he will chair a meeting of the COBRA emergency committee in response to Storm Christoph.
May attacks Johnson for 'abandoning moral leadership'Theresa May has launched an unusually fierce attack on Boris Johnson, accusing him of "abandoning" Britain's "moral leadership".
Boris Johnson 'does not have a nap' during the day, Downing Street saysBoris Johnson does not take naps during the day and claims that the prime minister likes an afternoon snooze are "untrue", Number 10 has said.
UK invites PM Modi to attend G7 summit in June, says this about Boris Johnson's India visitUK has also invited leaders from Australia and South Korea to attend as guest countries to deepen the expertise and experience around the table.
Tiny Cornwall seaside resort to host G7 summit of world leadersBoris Johnson will host this year's G7 summit in the tiny seaside resort of Carbis Bay in Cornwall, where he will urge world leaders to unite in "building back better" from the pandemic.
School closures could wipe out a decade of progress for less privileged pupilsClosing schools has been one of the most painful consequences of the pandemic - the action Boris Johnson described as his "last resort".
Rashford leads celebs with letter to PM for 'urgent review' on free school mealsFootballer Marcus Rashford has written to Boris Johnson to call for an "urgent review" on free school meals, stressing a need for reform to keep the initiative going for the long-term.
PM defends close relationship with Trump ahead of president's impeachment voteBoris Johnson has defended his close relationship with Donald Trump, just hours before the outgoing president is expected to become the first US leader to be impeached twice.
PM says lockdown 'starting to show signs of some effect' - but doesn't rule out tougher actionBoris Johnson has told MPs that recent coronavirus restrictions "are starting to show signs of some effect" - but he refused to rule out even tougher measures.
UK-based Hindu groups call upon Prime Minister Boris Johnson to act against persecution of Hindus in PakistanHindu community groups based in the United Kingdom on Tuesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Boris Jhonson seeking urgent action against "rampant persecution of Hindus in Pakistan." Hindu Forum of..
China attacks PM after he suggests COVID-19 could have spread from people grinding pangolin scalesChina has accused Boris Johnson of engaging in "groundless conjecture" after he suggested that coronavirus could have spread from people grinding up the scales of pangolins.
How far can you go for exercise during lockdown?Boris Johnson was spotted cycling seven miles from Downing Street, raising questions as to how far you can go for exercise under lockdown rules.
100 UK MPs, Lords write to PM Boris Johnson on farmers protest in India
Is lockdown 3 working? People more accustomed to bending the rules, mobility data showsOn 4 January, Boris Johnson told England to stay at home. Again.
PM criticised for being too secretive about scientific advice that led to tiers and lockdowns in EnglandBoris Johnson has been slammed by MPs for being too secretive about the scientific advice that informed lockdowns and the tier system in England.
Farmers claim UK PM Boris Johnson cancelling India visit is their victory: Top developments
3 probabilities after UK PM Boris Johnson deferring India visit on Republic Day
'We have no choice': Johnson says new lockdown needed as 'the facts are changing'Boris Johnson says he had "no choice" but to implement another national lockdown in England as "the facts are changing" on coronavirus infections.
Shashi Tharoor suggests cancelling Republic Day festivities, says crowds during COVID-19 will be irresponsibleBoris Johnson, who was scheduled to attend the Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi as chief guest, has cancelled his visit to India.
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Boris Johnson facing showdown with Tory COVID-19 lockdown rebelsBoris Johnson is facing a showdown with Conservative backbench COVID-19 lockdown rebels in the second Commons recall of the Christmas recess.
No R-Day guest likely as Johnson cancels visitDELHI/ LONDON: Weeks ahead of the January 26 Republic Day celebrations, at which he was going to be the chief guest, UK PM Boris Johnson Tuesday cancelled his visit to India citing fresh lockdown in..
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What does it take to vaccinate 13 million people in six weeks?Boris Johnson has promised to vaccinate more than 13 million people by the middle of February, but experts say it will be an "ambitious" challenge.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson not coming to India for Republic DayUK PM Boris Johnson called PM Modi and regretted that he would have to cancel his visit to India because of the serious Corona Virus related situation
UK PM Boris Johnson cancels India visit
Did the PM ignore his scientific advisers in the run-up to lockdown?Boris Johnson has faced claims that he ignored scientific advice in the run-up to imposing a third national lockdown in England.
PM to hold Downing Street news conference at 5pmBoris Johnson will hold a news conference with England's chief medical officer and chief scientific adviser later today, Downing Street has said.
What is the science that persuaded PM to call third England lockdown?Boris Johnson put science and data right at the beginning of his address to the nation, to explain why he was about to announce England's third national lockdown.
Covid in England: Professional sport to continue after government announcementProfessional sport in England will be allowed to continue behind closed doors, despite a new national lockdown announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
PM's vaccine target: Offer jabs to everyone in top four priority groups by mid-FebruaryBoris Johnson has outlined the NHS's "realistic expectations" for the vaccination programme in the coming weeks as England and Scotland head into new national lockdowns.
PM's vaccine targets aimed at lifting many COVID restrictionsBoris Johnson has outlined the NHS's "realistic expectations" for the vaccination programme in the coming weeks as England and Scotland go into a new lockdown.
PM announces new national lockdown for England with people urged to 'stay at home' from tonightBoris Johnson has announced a new national lockdown for England, with people urged to "stay at home" as they did during March's first lockdown.
PM announces new lockdown for England which is expected to last until mid-FebruaryBoris Johnson has announced a new national lockdown for England - with people instructed to "stay at home" as they did during last March's first shutdown.
PM to set out 'further steps' to combat COVID spread in TV address at 8pmBoris Johnson will make a TV address tonight to set out "further steps" to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Republic Day parade to be shorter this year with fewer spectators, smaller marching contingentsUK PM Boris Johnson will also be attending this year's Republic Day celebrations as chief guest.
PM expects 'tens of millions' of vaccine jabs to be given in next three monthsBoris Johnson says he expects "tens of millions" of coronavirus vaccine jabs to be administered in the UK over the next three months.
PM says 'schools are safe' but warns of possible tighter restrictions to comeBoris Johnson has said "there is no doubt in my mind that schools are safe" and advised parents to send their children in tomorrow despite rising COVID-19 cases.
Will hold tractor parade towards Delhi on Jan 26 if demands not met: Farmer unionsHardening their position ahead of the next round of talks with the government, protesting farmer unions on Saturday said they will take out a tractor parade towards Delhi on January 26, when the..
Data firm puts PM Narendra Modi's net approval at 55 per centThe similar figure for German Chancellor Angela Merkel is 24 per cent while it is in the negative for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson as more people disapprove of his work than those who approve it...
Looking forward to welcome UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson: IndiaIndia on Thursday said it was looking forward to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's visit here next month, amid reports that the trip may not be possible because of the rapidly-spreading mutated..
Amid concerns over new COVID-19 strain, British PM Boris Johnson's R-Day visit to India 'on track'There are reports claiming that the visit may not take place due to the rapidly spreading mutated version of the virus in the country.
National Farmers Day: Farmer unions to take call on Centre's letter todayThere farmers' leader said that they would write to Britain MPs, requesting them to press their PM Boris Johnson not to attend India's Republic Day.