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A new video promoting Britain’s relationship with the EU after Brexit, which it claims will lead to a new era of ‘cooperation’ and ‘close ties’, has been mocked on Twitter.

England’s 20,000-strong contact tracers are only making a “handful of calls” a month despite coronavirus cases being on the rise, an investigation has found.

Footage has resurfaced of a Tory Brexiteer praising Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement bill and trying to prevent MPs from scrutinising the document - days after calling for it to be rewritten.

A scientist on the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) committee has called the England’s track-and-trace system “clunky” and “slow” and called on Boris Johnson to fix it.

After allegations that leaked Brexit trade documents were hacked from Liam Fox’s e-mail account, it has been revealed the entire contents of his inbox on his personal account were stolen.

The government has been accused of ‘critical errors’ at Britain’s borders which led to the spread of coronavirus, a parliamentary report claims.

Boris Johnson has been criticised for handing a peerage to a former Brexit Party MEP who has refused to apologise for historical support of the IRA over the attack in Warrington that killed two children.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has criticised prime minister Boris Johnson and the government for being “too slow to act” throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

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Nominations have closed in the leadership contest for the Scottish Conservatives, with Douglas Ross MP elected unopposed.

The Daily Mail has continued its war on those working from home, urging ministers to issue “an unambiguous call for workers to get back to the office.”

Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings are attempting to create a ‘presidential-style’ operation akin to the White House at Downing Street, it has been claimed.

Boris Johnson and his chief adviser Dominic Cummings will feature in the latest series of Spitting Image.

A PR firm with links to the Tory Party has been awarded £3 million in government work without undergoing an open tender process.

A new campaign is calling on the UK government to reject any post-Brexit deal with Donald Trump over fears of a worsening of standards.

A radio presenter has slammed Iain Duncan Smith (IDS) over claims he made about the Withdrawal Agreement during an epic on-air monologue.

The price the UK government was prepared to pay to save lives during the coronavirus pandemic was lower than many other developed nations, a study has revealed.

A former Tory minister, with a net worth of millions, has been criticised for a tweet which saw him celebrating using taxpayers’ money to get a £50 discount on his lunch.

The European Commission has rejected calls for the Withdrawal Agreement to be rewritten after Iain Duncan Smith complained about the Brexit document - despite voting for it.

Chickens exported to the EU could die on Britain’s roads after the end of the Brexit transition period as it fears delays at our borders, a government document admits.

Brexiteer Iain Duncan Smith has slammed the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement on Twitter despite voting for it in the Commons last year.

Russia has attempted to tear apart the European Union, but instead it has brought it closer together.

The reality of what the end of the transition period means is only now starting to hit home.

The government has warned pharmaceutical companies to stockpile six weeks’ worth of drugs as a precaution against disruptions caused by the end of the Brexit transition period.

Labour MP David Lammy has told Twitter it must get “much faster at removing hate” after a delay to deleting racist abuse targeted at him.

Brexit has sparked an exodus of Britons to mainland Europe not seen outside of a serious economic or political crisis, a new study claims.

Having told people to make arrangements to return to work this week, Boris Johnson has chosen to get out of the office, and to his countryside retreat.

Boris Johnson’s father has said Brexiteers like his son are in ‘cloud cuckoo land’ over the EU’s chances of backing down over a ‘level playing field’ to secure a deal.

Alastair Campbell has slammed Boris Johnson’s latest honour list, accusing the prime minister of cronyism only seen in “developing countries”.

Classified Brexit documents released ahead of the 2019 general election are believed to have been stolen from a Tory MP’s email account.

Boris Johnson has said he thinks there are too many peers in the House of Lords, after nominating 36 more to join.

London could become the world’s next money laundering capital, a report into the effects of Brexit on the UK’s financial sector has warned.

Former Labour Leave MP Kate Hoey has defended receiving a peerage from Boris Johnson after accusations of cronyism after a majority were given to Brexit backers.

Nicola Sturgeon has said that photographs of packed pubs “made me want to cry” as she detailed a fresh coronavirus outbreak in Aberdeen.

The EU has cut off funding for six towns in Poland that have declared themselves “LGBT-free zones”.

Michael Gove’s wife has been accused of making “ignorant” and “callous” comments over the recent outbreak of the coronavirus.

Steve Bannon, the man credited with putting Donald Trump in the White House, has praised Boris Johnson’s senior adviser and claimed that the party will move even more to the right after Brexit.

The government’s plan to build free trade zones - known as freeports - across Britain after Brexit will have “minimal material effect” on the UK economy, a report has claimed.

Boris Johnson has been criticised for failing to suspend a Tory MP who has been accused of rape.

A top scientist has claimed that major decisions about coronavirus have been “shrouded with secrecy”, as he called for more transparency over policies concerning the pandemic.

Despite calls for a vote of no confidence in the Labour leader, new polling has revealed a majority of party supporters approve of Keir Starmer’s leadership.

A union has hit back at a report that claims academics are being ‘silenced’ in their work over their pro-Brexit views.

The Tories are continuing to face opposition in its handling of the coronavirus pandemic as the party slumps to its lowest lead over Labour under Boris Johnson recorded by one pollster.

Hedge fund manager Crispin Odey has been charged with indecently assaulting a woman more than 20 years ago.

Labour has warned that UK business would be devastated if Downing Street went ahead with plans to build a large ‘larry park’ near Dover port.

A whole suite of Brexiteers including former Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox, former Labour MPs Kate Hoey and Gisela Stuart are to receive peerages, the government has announced.

A study into the voting habits of Britons living abroad has shown that a large number of Tory voters cast their ballot for other parties during the 2019 general election.

Boris Johnson has failed to criticise a Tory MP who said the “vast majority” of people breaking lockdown rules were from BAME communities.

Far-right political parties used to capitalise on crises, but across Europe their agenda looks more irrelevant than ever.

A Tory MP who accused BAME and Muslim communities of spreading coronavirus in his constituency has sparked an online battle on Twitter.

A Tory MP has blamed Muslim and BAME communities for the coronavirus lockdown in the North of England.

The appeal of the left-wing media sites appear to have been squeezed since Jeremy Coryn stepped down as Labour leader as it ramps up attacks on Keir Starmer.

A survey of UK business has found that a large portion are less prepared for Brexit than at any other time this year because of the coronavirus.

After less than six months in the job, Jackson Carlaw has resigned as leader of the Scottish Tories.

Nigel Farage has provoked an outpouring of rage after he tried to claim the media was covering up details about asylum seekers staying at a hotel.

The health secretary Matt Hancock has blamed the public for the latest rise in coronavirus infections, saying that they were not keeping to social distancing rules.

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Fewer than half of the people living in England say they have a “broad understanding” of current lockdown guidelines.

A British sex trafficking victim is looking to sue home secretary Priti Patel on the grounds she misused her personal data during legal proceedings.

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