The PM addressed the nation to scope out his conditional plan to control the virus, but begin to reopen the country again.
Author: Haydn Roberts
The University has outlined how it will deal with the disruption to its summer assessments – students should check with their departments for the most up-to-date information.
The public must NOT go outside except for a very select list of reasons. Police will have the power to deal with non-compliance in the form of measures such as fines.
The government announced the latest stage in its plan to tackle COVID-19, and issued a warning to the population if they don’t adhere to social-distancing advice.
If you’re still confused about what the government’s advice is, read on.
The government outlines the latest stage in dealing with the ‘worst public health crisis in a generation’.
After both sides failed to resolve a dispute over pensions and pay with employers, the UCU has announced a fresh round of industrial action.
As the first week of the new government begins, Haydn Roberts takes stock of Thursday’s results, and looks at what might be to come.
Wrap up warm, get out your voting pencils, and prepare to take your dogs to the polling stations (see Twitter). Britain is going back to polls just before Christmas.
Sitting on a Saturday for the first time since 1982 after the invasion of the Falkland Islands, MPs will be discussing the PMs latest Brexit deal today. The outcome is far from certain.
Citing “a number of logistical issues for the Union which we are unable to overcome within the time-frame of the notice given” they said the event will not be taking place. Haydn Roberts and Alex Jones report.
The government was dealt a massive blow today. Where does it go from here?