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PM poised for talks with EU figureheads on Monday

Prime minister Boris Johnson will engage EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, European Council president Charles Michel and European Parliament president David-Maria Sassoli in video-conference talks on Monday to help revive post-Brexit trade negotiations.

PM condemns threat of vandalism against Parliament Square’s Churchill statue

Prime minister Boris Johnson has called it “absurd and shameful” that Parliament Square’s statue of Winston Churchill has had to be boarded up after it was deemed to be “at risk” of being vandalised by anti-racism protesters.

MPs call for two-metre social distancing rule to be axed

A number of backbench Conservative MPs are putting pressure on the government to lift its two-metre social distancing rule in England, warning that it will continue to weigh down on the economy should it remain in place.

PMQs: Coronavirus testing to expand for “high contact professions”

Speaking during Wednesday’s Prime Minister’s Questions, Boris Johnson has said that individuals who work in jobs which require close contact with the public will have access to expanded and targeted testing.

Government to allow some outdoor attractions to reopen

Zoos, safari parks and drive-in cinemas will be some of the outdoor attractions allowed to reopen in England from Monday June 15, on the condition that strict social distancing measures are in place.

Johnson condemns violence during anti-racism protests

Prime minister Boris Johnson has condemned the use of violence against police during the weekend’s anti-racism protests, saying that the demonstrations had been “subverted by thuggery”.

FlyResearch poll: week ten update

London based online market research agency FlyResearch has been issuing weekly polls to its research panel of over 3000 people throughout the coronavirus lockdown in the UK, in order to project how the outbreak and the implementing of social distancing has been impacting the daily life of UK citizens.

Green jobs can "kick-start" post-pandemic economic recovery, shadow business secretary says

Shadow business secretary Ed Miliband has said that eco-friendly jobs can help the economy recover from the impact of Covid-19 and should be prioritised by the government.

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