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Coronavirus: MPs to vote on 'rule of six' before government imposes more COVID restrictions
The government has said MPs will get to vote on the "rule of six" as it attempts to see off a rebellion by Conservatives who want more scrutiny of coronavirus regulations.
Coronavirus: Chancellor's 'live without fear' message not an invitation to break COVID-19 rules, minister says
A minister has denied that the chancellor's message to "live without fear" during the pandemic was a suggestion people do not have to follow the coronavirus rules.
Coronavirus: Group of 40 Tory rebels bid to force PM to offer vote on COVID-19 powers
A group of more than 40 Conservative MPs are bidding to force the government to give parliament a vote before the renewal of ministers' coronavirus powers.
Who will be the new TV face of Boris Johnson's government?
The search to find the prime minister's new spokesperson is reaching its final stages, with interviews for the £100,000-a-year role due to conclude in the coming days.
Coronavirus: 10pm pub curfew comes into force in England and Wales - this is how the first night went
The first night of a 10pm curfew on pubs and restaurants has passed largely without incident in England and Wales - but some venues are warning that the absence of late-night drinkers could put their future into jeopardy.