The prime minister has refused to “get into details” about his father’s trip to Greece during the coronavirus pandemic.
The UK is “not out of the woods yet” and people must be cautious when visiting bars and restaurants this weekend, the prime minister will warn.
The prime minister has not ruled out raising taxes to pay for his multibillion-pound coronavirus recovery plan.
Boris Johnson will attempt to mark a new phase in the coronavirus response on Tuesday by setting out plans for an “infrastructure revolution” to create jobs and stimulate an economic recovery.
People are “taking too many liberties” as the coronavirus lockdown is eased, Boris Johnson has said after thousands of people flocked to the beaches.
Health leaders are calling for an urgent review to ensure Britain is properly prepared for the “real risk” of a second wave of coronavirus.
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.
Boris Johnson will announce on Tuesday which sectors of England’s economy can reopen on 4 July.
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.
The family of Harry Dunn say they are “angry” and “bitterly disappointed” with the prime minister after he wrote to them for the first time – 10 months after the teenager’s death.
Boris Johnson has suggested there will be no reduction in the two-metre social distancing rule until next month.
Boris Johnson has promised a cross-government commission to tackle racism, but admitted it “won’t be easy” to change attitudes in Britain.
More than 100 people were arrested during a day of unrest in central London – with police struggling to keep anti-racism protesters and rival demonstrators apart.
Adults living alone in England, including single parents with children under 18, will be able to form a “support bubble” with one other household, the prime minister has announced.
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.
Groups of six people from different households will be able to meet outside in England after the prime minister said all five tests to ease the lockdown were being met.
Boris Johnson has promised to “see what we can do to help” after appearing to be surprised that some migrants in the UK are not able to access government support during the coronavirus crisis.
Police have begun investigating Dominic Cummings’s alleged breach of coronavirus lockdown rules as anger continues to grow among Conservative MPs about the actions of the prime minister’s chief adviser.
We know about fevers, persistent coughs and losing your sense of taste, but eyesight has until now not been a major consideration for those who may have contracted 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.
Boris Johnson has stuck by his top aide Dominic Cummings, saying he “followed the instincts of every father and every parent” and “I do not mark him down for that”.
Scientists who have been advising the government during the coronavirus crisis have accused the prime minister of “trashing” the advice they have given to help curb the outbreak.
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.
The prime minister has rejected calls to scrap the health surcharge for overseas NHS and social care workers.
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.
Downing Street has confirmed Sir Mark Sedwill, the cabinet secretary and arguably the second most important person in government, had coronavirus at the same time as the prime minister.
Boris Johnson was joined by his fiancee Carrie Symonds outside 10 Downing Street as they led the nationwide applause for key workers during the coronavirus pandemic.