Boris Johnson says new measures to tackle a rise in virus cases will "take time to feed through".
Delays to a shake-up of local government in England are worrying sign of drift, a Tory peer claims.
The party urged Tory MPs to join it in opposing the government. but was defeated in three votes.
The health secretary's promise comes as the government is warned not to treat MPs "with contempt".
Tory MSP Oliver Mundell refused to withdraw the remark to the first minister over the Alex Salmond inquiry.
The prime minister says plans are being put in place to allow university students to return home for the holidays.
Labour asks how people can be expected to understand and follow rules if the PM himself does not.
Documents seen by the BBC suggest key priorities for the car sector have been rebuffed by Brussels.
The PM is spared a Commons revolt in a vote later - but is warned not to treat Parliament "with contempt".
Labour leader calls for an “urgent investigation” into deaths of black women in pregnancy and childbirth on the eve of Black History Month.
Sir Keir Starmer said there is "widespread confusion" over local lockdown rules.
The SNP's Westminster leader says a survey shows 15% of Scots trust the UK government.
Plaid Cymru’s Westminster leader asks why people can travel into Wales, despite local travel bans.
The idea of "offshoring" people claiming asylum is dependent on a suitable location, a source said.
The warning comes as Tory backbenchers hold talks with ministers over greater Parliamentary scrutiny.
A bill giving the UK the power to override parts of the EU deal passes with a majority of 84.
Boris Johnson apologises after failing to clarify the detail of new tighter coronavirus restrictions.
Boris Johnson said funding changes are required to help people find jobs in the post-Covid economy.
Baroness Hayman, the newest member of the House of Lords, sported a robe trimmed with synthetic fur for the ceremony.
Ian Paisley apologises after a parliamentary inquiry into 2016 trip but he will not face sanctions.
Shortages in social care staff are also highlighted in a report from government migration advisers.
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Staff in stores selling alcohol after 10pm may be exposed to violence and infection, a union warns.
But food can still be served after it emerged Parliament's bars are exempt from early closing times.
The government must choose between more austerity and permanently higher spending, a think tank warns.
Greater Manchester mayor says the curfew is doing "more harm than good", but ministers defend it.
Claudia Webbe, the Labour MP for Leicester East, is due to appear in court in November.
MPs are calling for a say over lockdown restrictions before they come into force.
Sir Ed Davey draws on his personal experiences in his first leader's speech at party conference.
The EU wants to see parts of the Internal Market Bill removed, but the UK says the disputed clauses are a "safety net".
Countries must act now to reverse biodiversity loss, Boris Johnson tells a UN event.
Nicola Sturgeon says allowing students to go home for Christmas is a "priority" after new guidance was published.
Shadow education secretary Kate Green admitted her comments were "hurtful and offensive".
Anyone in England who tests positive has a legal duty to self-isolate or face a fine of up to £10,000.
US special envoy to Northern Ireland, Mick Mulvaney, urges optimism in relation to Brexit.
First-year halls were known to be at risk and outbreaks were "inevitable", top scientist says.
Labour hints it could back Conservatives trying to increase MP scrutiny over lockdown restrictions.
A deal for the Premier League to support lower-league clubs during the coronavirus pandemic "could be reached this week", says Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden.
Sir Ed Davey's party currently has no MPs in Wales and just one member of the Welsh Parliament.
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The head of the Confederation of British Industry urges a "spirit of compromise" as trade talks resume.
The PM will call on world leaders to set aside differences as he sets out plans to prevent future pandemics.
A song about the ex-MP has topped the best-seller charts ahead of Kylie Minogue and Bruce Springsteen.
Former MPs and ministers tell the story of 25 September 2019 - one of Parliament's most dramatic days.
The new coronavirus restrictions have been met with mixed reviews.
The PM promises he won't be caught "lagging" on green polices.
Academy leader Steve Chalke says the government must act before poor children suffer "irrevocable damage".
The broadcaster will help launch rival GB News after 25 years at the heart of the BBC's political coverage.
Caroline Nokes calls for extra support for the beauty sector and others with large female workforces.
Minister Matt Warman says memorials which "teach us about the past" should not be removed from view.
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Influential think tank the Resolution Foundation warns Rishi Sunak's plan will not "live up to its promise".
Leader Sir Ed Davey launches party's fight back after a poor election at online conference.
Labour's former shadow home secretary says Jeremy Corbyn's chief of staff told her to quit.
The UK's future relationship with the EU remains uncertain - but some things will be different in 2021.
Boris Johnson used the phrase as he announce new coronavirus rules.
The recent US-China tensions were laid bare in speeches by Trump and Xi at the UN in New York.
The Labour leader says he wants the party to be "proud of being patriotic", but the issue has a complex history.
The threat of Covid-19 in England is being ranked through a five-level, colour-coded alert system.
The Scottish and UK governments are gearing up for another constitutional battle over Brexit.
The UK this week pursues simultaneous talks with Japan, the US and EU to secure its post-Brexit future.
What is the plan to avoid checks along the Irish border?
This autumn will see no let up in business for the NI Assembly, as MLAs return to the chamber.