Fewer civil servants will work from Whitehall even when the coronavirus crisis is over, the Cabinet Office permanent secretary has said.
After a bitter internal Tory row over the government's long-awaited response to the Gender Recognition Act, Crispin Blunt has vowed to carry on what he sees as a vital battle for trans rights. Georgina Bailey speaks to him
Tory MPs have accused the country’s chief scientists of attempting "to terrify the British people” as they attacked the government’s coronavirus restrictions.
The Department for Education is at odds with universities over who should be responsible for refunding unhappy students paying full fees for online-only tuition.
Manchester charity RECLAIM has complained to the Electoral Commission about actor Laurence Fox using the same name for his new political party, which they describe as a cynical attempt to "import American culture wars".
Gavin Williamson must come to the Commons next week to explain what the government is doing to tackle the Covid university crisis, Labour says.
The leader of a growing band of Tory rebels, Sir Graham Brady, says Matt Hancock must offer “explicit guarantees” MPs will get to vote on new coronavirus restrictions before they come into force or the government faces defeat on its flagship pandemic...
Modern slavery reports dropped by a quarter during the coronavirus lockdown, according to Home Office figures, with fears from workers' organisations the pandemic has provided a cover for exploitation.
The government has changed its message on the key areas of the coronavirus response multiple times in the last six months, leading to confusion, anger and a loss of support from the public.
Pubs, restaurants and hospitality venues account for around 20 percent of all Covid transmissions, according to the government's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam.