Robert Jenrick has warned the UK is entering a "period of particular concern" following a fresh surge in coronavirus cases.
Up to £3.5bn from the government's furlough scheme could have been paid out in error or due to fraudulent claims, HM Revenue and Customs has said.
As the deadline to sign a Brexit free trade deal ticks creeps ominously closer, the issue of state aid has emerged as the biggest obstacle to an agreement, with the UK insisting on rejecting the EU’s rules.
The UK government has claimed it is only making “minor clarifications in extremely specific areas” to the Withdrawal Agreement, after the EU accused it of trying to tear up the existing Brexit deal and in the process threaten peace in Northern Irelan...
Holidaymakers arriving in England from seven Greek islands will be forced to self-isolate under a new "regional" approach to travel corridors, Grant Shapps has announced.
Environment Secretary George Eustice has said reimposing a full-scale nation lockdown was "an absolute last resort" despite a jump in coronavirus cases.
The Prime Minister is set to ramp up pressure on the post-Brexit trade talks as he will say there is "no sense" in continuing negotiations if an agreement cannot be reached by his mid-October deadline.
The Liberal Democrats have written to cabinet ministers urging them to condemn the home secretary Priti Patel for claiming “activist lawyers” were preventing the removal of migrants in the Channel.
The UK’s chief Brexit negotiator has said the UK is not “scared” of ending the transition period without an EU trade deal ahead of the latest round of talks.
On Tuesday, the Prime Minister assured his Cabinet that “people are going back to the office in huge numbers across our country.”