The Guardian - 1 hour 34 min ago
Britain's minister for immigration compliance, Chris Philp, says the Channel will be made completely 'unviable' for people attempting to make illegal crossings from France into the UK. Speaking in Paris, Philp said the route was facilitated by 'ruthless criminal gangs' and that the UK and France shared an 'unshakeable' commitment to making sure illegal crossings end as soon as possible Boris Johnson accused of scapegoating migrants over Channel comments Continue reading...
Sky News - 4 hours 4 min ago
The prime minister has said he has "no doubt" that schools can fully reopen safely next month, despite reported warnings from scientists that secondary school pupils transmit coronavirus like adults.
BBC - 4 hours 9 min ago
Boris Johnson says he wants to see a return to "economic vitality and health" but there is a "long way to go".
BBC - 4 hours 52 min ago
Immigration minister holds talks in Paris with French authorities to make Channel route "unviable".
The Independent - 19 hours 59 min ago
Yes, a comprehensive scheme is long overdue, but No 10's one-size-fits-all approach falls short of what is required to tackle the problem, say Lucie Nield and Jenny Paxman...
Sky News - 20 hours 7 min ago
Boris Johnson is attempting to persuade people it is safe to visit A&E, after it was revealed patients' reluctance to attend because of coronavirus may have caused 16,000 more deaths.
New York Times - 20 hours 51 min ago
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain with Bernadette Matthews, the head teacher of St. Joseph's Catholic School, in London on Monday.
BBC - 21 hours 28 min ago
Boris Johnson says he is "very keen" that exams should go ahead as normal in the coming year.
Huffington Post - 21 hours 53 min ago
Weekly testing of pupils and teachers could be necessary in order to keep coronavirus transmission rates down, the children's commissioner says.
BBC - 22 hours 56 min ago
Organisations promoting the idea that sexuality can be changed argue their practices are ethical but Boris Johnson wants to ban the practice.
The Guardian - 23 hours 49 min ago
Readers respond to a piece by Jonathan Freedland in which he addresses Boris Johnson's cronyism and the wasting of taxpayers' money The sleaziness at the heart of Boris Johnson's government should surprise nobody ( It's taken just 12 months for Boris Johnson to create a government of sleaze , 7 August). In the months leading up to his becoming leader of the Tory party, revelations about Johnson's unreliability, dishonesty, self-interest and lack of concern for others filled many...