Angela Rayner on Labour's plan for flexible working

Many workers have been "incredibly flexible" working through the Covid pandemic says Labour's deputy leader.
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IndyRef2: SNP MP calls for penalties to decide independence

Chris Stephens jokingly suggested a second referendum could be decided on spot-kicks.
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Dawn Butler suspended from Commons for calling PM liar

An MP refuses to withdraw her claims that Boris Johnson lied to Parliament and is ordered out of the Commons.
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PMQs: PM hit by audio glitches as he appears virtually from Chequers

Things did not go entirely to plan as prime minister appeared virtually while in isolation at Chequers.
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PMQs: Starmer and Johnson and PM's Covid words on pensioners

Boris Johnson once again pressed by Sir Keir Starmer about remarks he reportedly made in the autumn.
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Cummings: 'No-one on Earth' knows answer if Brexit is a good idea

Former Downing Street aide Dominic Cummings tells the BBC he thought it was "good that Brexit happened".
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PMQs: Blackford and Johnson on Covid inquiry timing

Boris Johnson, however, says a public inquiry into handling of Covid should happen in spring 2022.
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Barnard Castle: Cummings challenged over lockdown trip to Durham

BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg challenges Dominic Cummings on his Rose Garden press conference.
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PM wanted to meet Queen face-to-face at start of pandemic

Former Downing Street aide Dominic Cummings says Boris Johnson wanted to meet the Queen in person at the start of the pandemic.
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Boris Johnson: Full vaccination will be required to enter nightclubs

By the end of September, "proof of a negative test will no longer be enough," says the prime minister.
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Johnson and Sunak tried to dodge isolation - Starmer

The Labour leader accuses the pair of claiming to have been "miraculously selected" for a testing scheme.
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Nadhim Zahawi: At-risk children aged 12-17 to be offered vaccine

The vaccines minister says children with health conditions will be offered the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
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Covid-19: People in York react to self-isolation U-turn

The PM and chancellor are self-isolating but it's after No 10 said they'd take part in a daily Covid-testing trial instead.
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Social care tax: Labour calls for money to be ring-fenced

The shadow health secretary says Labour is not opposed to a tax for social care, if conditions are met.
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Keir Starmer quizzed by former Labour voters in Blackpool

The Labour leader speaks to an audience in Blackpool about three of his policy priorities.
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Boris Johnson sets out plan to 'level up' UK economy

Boris Johnson delivers speech in Coventry on plans to improve prospects in deprived areas of the UK.
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Keir Starmer on Boris Johnson 'levelling up' speech

The prime minister “promises jam tomorrow” but fails to deliver says the Labour leader.
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Zahawi: There is no perfect time to ease lockdown

There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events across the country.
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Anna Soubry on Conservative policies under Boris Johnson

The Conservative Party now “marches now to a very different drum beat” says one of its former MPs.
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Eshalomi and Atkins on online racism and diversity in politics

An MP quotes a YMCA report saying 95% of black children say they have witnessed racism in education.
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Warning to Conservatives over taking the knee and racism

Some Conservatives have been “fundamentally inaccurate” in their understanding of those who take the knee as a sign against racism, says a party activist.
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PMQs: Starmer and Johnson on racism towards England footballers

The Labour leader asks the prime minister if he regrets failing to condemn those who booed footballers.
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PMQs: Labour call to give Covid vaccines to teenagers

The shadow schools minister says hundreds of thousands are self-isolating, adding changes to bubbles are not enough.
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PMQs: Blackford and Johnson on racism in English football

The SNP’s Westminster leader criticises the lack of apology from the prime minister over some of his previous comments.
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak on MPs voting to back foreign aid cut

The chancellor says he recognises the "passion and conviction" in the foreign aid debate as some Tories vote against the government.
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Sir Keir Starmer on cuts to UK foreign aid spending levels

The Labour leader says "no one in the House" is expecting the UK to spend as much on foreign aid as it was spending before Covid.
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Boris Johnson on cutting UK foreign aid spending levels

The PM says there "must inevitably be consequences" for UK spending as it deals with the Covid pandemic.
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Keir Starmer: Labour leader says government's reopening plan is 'reckless'

Labour leader Keir Starmer says the government's plan for reopening on 19 July is "still reckless".
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Boris Johnson: Prime Minister sets out reopening but warns pandemic is not over

Boris Johnson sets out England's reopening on 19 July, but warns the pandemic is not over.
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Covid: Health Secretary Sajid Javid confirms lockdown easing on 19th July

Health Secretary Sajid Javid confirms England's lockdown easing will go ahead on 19 July.
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Covid: Ashworth says government's lockdown easing is 'high risk, fatalistic'

Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth says the government's lockdown easing is "fatalistic".
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Covid: 'We're moving to: You are expected to wear a mask'

The vaccines minister says it is part of the "cautious" move to step four of the government's roadmap.
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Covid: NHS can deal with cautious reopening of economy, says Zahawi

The vaccines minister says the health service can cope with a ''cautious but pragmatic reopening of the economy''.
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