A former Royal Marine commando has demanded Boris Johnson “get a grip” on the evacuation effort from Kabul as he warned: “People are going to die.”
Sir Keir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab of being “missing in action” as Afghanistan collapsed to Taliban control – while the Labour leader also admitted he had been left “deeply concerned” by US President Joe Biden’s response to the crisis.
The “vast bulk” of British citizens in Afghanistan will be brought back to the UK over the “next few days”, Boris Johnson has said.
Jason Kenny has become the most decorated British Olympian ever – as Boris Johnson hailed Team GB’s athletes for their “sportsmanship, hard work and determination” during the Tokyo Olympics.
Sir Keir Starmer and Nicola Sturgeon have led criticism of Boris Johnson after he said Margaret Thatcher gave the UK a “big early start” in its battle against climate change when she closed coal mines in the 1980s.
A Labour MP has tweeted she will “never stop speaking truth to power” after being asked to leave the House of Commons for refusing to withdraw claims that Boris Johnson had “lied” to the country “over and over again”.
A number of “critical workers” will be exempt from self-isolating for work purposes if they are identified as a close contact of someone who has tested positive for coronavirus, Boris Johnson has said.
The government will set out its plans for post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland within the next two weeks – as Labour claimed trust in Boris Johnson over the issue had fallen to “an all-time low”.
People will no longer be legally required to wear face masks in any setting, Boris Johnson has announced.
Restrictions on people travelling from the UK to Germany have been eased, days after Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel met at Chequers.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Boris Johnson of her “grave concern” at the number of football fans being allowed to attend Euro 2020 games at Wembley Stadium.
Double jabs will be “a liberator” for people wanting to travel abroad this summer, Boris Johnson has said – as he warned “extra precautions” may be necessary to protect against COVID after 19 July.
Labour has accused Boris Johnson of being “spineless” after Downing Street said the prime minister accepts Matt Hancock’s apology for breaking social distancing rules and “considers the matter closed”.
It was never likely that Boris Johnson would fire one of his cabinet over an alleged affair.
The Queen and Boris Johnson have held their first face-to-face weekly audience since the pandemic began and one of the hot topics was the health secretary.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU five years ago will allow the country to “seize” its true potential when recovering from the pandemic, Boris Johnson has said.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has created new roles for Sir Patrick Vallance and established new science units, in a bid to make the UK a so-called “science superpower”.
The government told us it would be all about data, not dates. But thus far each step in England’s re-opening has been precisely in line with the dates laid out by Boris Johnson back in February.
Ministers fear Boris Johnson may delay the final stage of lockdown lifting in England potentially by as much as a month.
The UK will donate at least 100 million surplus COVID vaccines to other countries within the next year, Boris Johnson has pledged.
Boris Johnson has had his second dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
Boris Johnson is coming under pressure to delay lifting COVID restrictions on 21 June after several scientists urged him to – and Nicola Sturgeon paused lockdown easing in Scotland.
Boris Johnson has reportedly married fiancée Carrie Symonds in a surprise ceremony.
Tens of thousands of people died unnecessarily because of the government’s failings over coronavirus and Boris Johnson was “unfit for the job” of prime minister, Dominic Cummings has said.
Dominic Cummings says he heard Boris Johnson say he would rather “let the bodies pile high” than hit the economy again with a third lockdown.
People across England are again able to enjoy hugs with loved ones, indoor pints and foreign holidays – but Boris Johnson has urged a “heavy dose of caution” due to the threat of the Indian variant of COVID-19.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is trailing Boris Johnson as the British public’s preferred prime minister by 17 percentage points, according to a new poll.
New laws to fulfil Boris Johnson’s promise of helping to give people the skills they need throughout their lives will form a central part of the government’s legislative agenda for the next year.
People in England will be able to enjoy a pint or a meal indoors, hug their loved ones and return to cinemas – but not dance at weddings – in a week’s time as Boris Johnson confirmed the latest easing of England’s COVID lockdown.
Nicola Sturgeon has issued a warning to Boris Johnson over a second independence referendum, as the SNP ended up one seat short of an overall majority in the Scottish parliament.