'Impossible to know' if NHS backlog will be cleared in 3 years, Javid admits
Sajid Javid has admitted it is "impossible to know" how much of the NHS backlog will be cleared in the next three years - despite unveiling billions extra in funding.
Keir Starmer calls for schools to be protected from anti-vaccine protests
Councils should be allowed to use exclusion orders to stop anti-vaccine activists from protesting outside schools, Keir Starmer has said.
Boris Johnson 'selling out' workers, says Labour - follow updates live
Boris Johnson rejects calls for tougher Covid plans amid rising cases
PM accused of 'selling out' workers over failure to support fire and rehire bill
Sir Keir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson of "selling out" workers by failing to back a bid to stamp out the "awful" practice of firing and rehiring employees on less favourable terms.
PM resists calls to activate plan B as daily Covid cases top 50,000
Daily Covid-19 cases have risen above 50,000 in the UK for the first time since July, as the prime minister resists calls for the government to activate its backup plan.
Old muckers try to hold back the tears for the late Sir David Amess | John Crace
here was an empty space on the packed Conservative benches where Sir David Amess used to sit. Which was as it should have been, because he was there in spirit if not in person.
PM urged to enact 'David's law' against social media abuse after Amess's death
Boris Johnson is facing calls to enact "David's law" to crack down on social media abuse of public figures and end online anonymity in the wake of the killing of Sir David Amess.
MPs tell of families' safety fears and police complacency
MPs have described difficult conversations with their families about staying in parliament amid threats, and complained of a sense of complacency from police.
Cop26 sponsors 'complain of mismanaged climate summit'
Some of the world's biggest companies which have ploughed vast sums of sponsorship money into the upcoming Cop26 climate summit have reportedly complained of a chaotic lead-up to the Glasgow event overseen by "inexperienced" officials and plagued by delays.
Tory MP David Amess stabbed at constituency surgery - latest updates
Attack took place at about midday, say police
Conservative MP Sir David Amess has been stabbed during a constituency surgery in Essex.