People are “taking too many liberties” as the coronavirus lockdown is eased, Boris Johnson has said after thousands of people flocked to the beaches.
Evidence of a split between Boris Johnson and his most senior scientific and medical advisers was laid bare within hours of his announcement of measures to ease the lockdown.
A prisoner who sent death threats to the prime minister and his partner, as well as female MPs, has been handed a five-year prison sentence.
A car carrying Boris Johnson was rear-ended by a Range Rover support vehicle after the prime minister’s convoy was targeted by a protester.
Marcus Rashford has thanked Boris Johnson “for U-turning” on a decision to scrap free school meals after the prime minister called him on the phone.
Zoos and safari parks will be allowed to reopen next week, in the latest moves to relax coronavirus lockdown rules being announced by Boris Johnson.
A senior MP has expressed his “deep regret” the government will not act to alleviate the “severe hardship” of some migrants during the coronavirus crisis – less than two weeks after Boris Johnson vowed he would “see what we can do to help”.
A global alliance on vaccines has raised £7bn – as Boris Johnson urged all nations to unite in the quest to defeat coronavirus.
High street shops have been given the green light to start reopening from next week by Boris Johnson, as he tries to ease lockdown restrictions amid a huge public row over his top adviser.
JK Rowling has offered to pay a year’s salary to the person responsible for a tweet from the Civil Service’s official account that appeared to accuse Boris Johnson of being an “arrogant, offensive truth twister”.
A senior Conservative MP has said Boris Johnson’s top aide Dominic Cummings “should go”.
Dominic Cummings has the “full support” of Boris Johnson after it emerged the prime minister’s top aide travelled 260 miles from London to Durham during the lockdown.
Labour has demanded a “swift explanation” from Downing Street after newspaper reports suggested Boris Johnson’s most senior adviser was spoken to by police over an apparent breach of lockdown restrictions.
The medical director of NHS England has defended his staff after Boris Johnson suggested health workers would be to blame for seeding coronavirus into the community.
Captain Tom Moore, who raised almost £33m for the NHS as it battled to cope with coronavirus, is to be knighted, Boris Johnson has said.
Support for the government’s handling of coronavirus has dropped sharply since the prime minister’s address to the nation last weekend.
The public have been told not to expect widespread changes to the coronavirus lockdown in England when Boris Johnson addresses the nation this weekend.
The UK could “get going” with easing some lockdown measures from Monday, Boris Johnson has signalled.
Boris Johnson says his health deteriorated so badly after contracting coronavirus that a strategy was drawn up in case he died.
Carrie Symonds and Boris Johnson have named their baby son Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson – with the name Nicholas chosen in a nod to the two doctors who saved the prime minister’s life.
Boris Johnson has said face coverings will be “useful” when lockdown restrictions are eased to “give people confidence they can go back to work”.
Boris Johnson has now arrived back at Number 10 after spending several weeks recovering from coronavirus, a Downing Street source has told Sky News.
A nurse who was singled out by Boris Johnson for helping save his life should be given a medal according to another patient she treated.
Carrie Symonds, the fiancee of Boris Johnson, has thanked NHS staff who looked after the prime minister while he was in intensive care with coronavirus.
Two nurses praised by Boris Johnson are keeping quiet about their new-found fame but have quickly made their native countries proud.
It’s hard to overstate the significance of a near-death experience. And that’s clearly what Boris Johnson believes he’s just been through.
Boris Johnson is playing games and watching films in hospital as he continues his recovery from COVID-19, Downing Street has said.
The prime minister “almost took one for the team”, his father has said.
Boris Johnson remains in intensive care but is “improving” and “sitting up in bed” engaging with doctors, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said.
Senior cabinet ministers are facing questions about who is making the big decisions in government while Boris Johnson battles coronavirus in intensive care.