Covid-19: Boris Johnson warns about Christmas celebrations

Prime Minister Boris Johnson urges people to be "jolly careful" during the festive season and remain "prudent" into the new year.
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Covid-19: PM sets out England’s return to three-tier system

Boris Johnson tells the House of Commons how the new system will work after lockdown.
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Matt Hancock: 'Christmas won't be normal this year'

The health secretary says devolved nations will have to agree on an approach to help keep people safe.
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Coronavirus: Rishi Sunak pledges £3bn for NHS 'backlogs'

Chancellor Rishi Sunak tells the BBC's Andrew Marr the money will be spent on more treatments and elective surgery.
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Labour anti-Semitism row: Starmer has 'no vendetta' against Corbyn

Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds tells the BBC's Andrew Marr the Labour leader is acting "robustly."
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Patel 'unreservedly' apologises over bullying claims

Home Secretary Priti Patel gives an "unreserved" apology if she upset people after report into her conduct.
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Matt Hancock: 'We're heading in the right direction'

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says doses of a vaccine will be available for rollout next month if approved.
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Hancock quizzed over pay increase for NHS workers

The health secretary refuses to say if he has fought for NHS workers to be exempt from a public sector pay freeze.
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Len McCluskey accuses Labour of 'witch hunt' over Jeremy Corbyn

The leader of Unite accuses Sir Keir Starmer of "persecution of a decent man".
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Stephen Doughty on social media firms failing to regulate online content

A Labour MP says some established social media sites 'don't give a damn what public think' about extremist and violent uploads.
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Health secretary says he feels proud to serve in a cabinet with Priti Patel

Health Secretary Matt Hancock defends the home secretary amid reports that an inquiry says she broke the ministerial code.
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Dame Margaret Hodge: Jeremy Corbyn is not a victim

Labour's Dame Margaret Hodge says it is wrong for Labour to let Corbyn back in to the party.
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Lavery: Starmer's Corbyn decision causes 'lack of trust'

Former Labour Party chair Ian Lavery says Keir Starmer's decision to stop Jeremy Corbyn returning as a Labour MP is causing a "lack of trust".
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Keir Starmer criticises Johnson on devolution comments

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said devolution was "one of the proudest achievements" of the last Labour government.
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Starmer and PM clash over £21m PPE payment

Labour leader Keir Starmer has criticised the government's handling of PPE contracts during the pandemic.
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Blackford: 'Tory mask has slipped on devolution'

SNP Westminster Leader Ian Blackford has criticised the prime minister's position on devolution.
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PM questioned on vaccine disinformation

Conservative Damian Collins asks what the government will do to tackle vaccine disinformation.
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Alok Sharma: Checks were made on PPE contracts

Business Secretary Alok Sharma says checks were carried out on companies supplying PPE to the NHS.
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Tracey Crouch: 'I didn't think I would ever get cancer'

The former minister for sports was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 44 years old.
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Hendry: PM 'caught red handed' on Scotland comments

SNP MP Drew Hendry has said Boris Johnson has been "caught red handed" on comments over Scotland.
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Jenrick: Devolution in Scotland 'causing nationalism'

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has said devolution in Scotland is causing "separatism and nationalism".
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Jacob Rees Mogg on isolating MPs in Parliament debates

Jacob Rees-Mogg says Tracey Crouch’s appeal to take part in a debate on cancer had convinced him to “do more to support additional virtual participation” in Parliament.
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Dominic Cummings leaves Number 10 with immediate effect

PM adviser Dominc Cummings has left Number 10 with immediate effect.
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Tracey Crouch unable attend Commons due to breast cancer

Former Tory minister said she was “disappointingly unable to participate” in a Commons debate because she cannot attend in person.
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Lee Cain: Minister says the PM has 'a strong team around him'

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick was asked about the resignation of the PM's director of communications.
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Brexit: Minister's 'complete focus' is on delivering for business

Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove has said personnel decisions are "for the prime minister".
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Brexit: UK should 'knuckle down' and get a deal with EU

The Irish Taoiseach Micheál Martin says a breakdown in talks between Europe and the UK would be "very negative".
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Johnson on virus vaccine: ‘anti-vax’ argument is ‘total nonsense’

Eligible people should get a vaccine against Covid-19 says the prime minister, who has “no inhibitions” about getting one.
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PMQs: Starmer and Johnson debate virus help for self-employed

Millions of self-employed people are “desperately waiting” to hear how government will help them financially, the Labour leader says.
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