SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Will Max give his half-brother Boris Johnson a shot in the arm? Prime Minister sibling joins advisory board of health company that has branched into coronavirus testing

Max is close to Boris, however there probably won’t be a Johnson mass gathering this Christmas if the rule of six is still in force. REVIV’s medical director, Dr Michael Barnish, tells me: ‘PCR [swab] testing should be routinely done by everyone at regular intervals and not just in response to symptoms.’

Boris Johnson’s daughter Lara, 27, recommends taking candlelit rose-scented baths and ditching Instagram to relax as she reveals her ‘tried and tested hacks’ to de-stress

Writing for the society bible, she said she does a 20 minute face mask each morning and follows online yoga tutorials as part of her daily routine, as well as revealing: ‘For me, after missing yet another end of play deadline, there’s nothing quite like plunging into a hot bath to wash away the stresses […]

Tory rebellion widens over Boris Johnson’s bill to override Brexit deal

Meanwhile, there were new calls from Brussels and EU capitals on Sunday for the internal market bill to be dropped. After a phone call with Ireland’s taoiseach, Micheál Martin, the president of the European council, Charles Michel, tweeted: “Withdrawal agreement to be fully implemented, ensure peace and stability in Ireland and preserve the integrity of […]

Don’t shut down UK again, experts warn Boris – despite PM’s fears of second coronavirus wave

And on Tuesday, another 119 Covid-related deaths were recorded in the UK – the same day the quarantine for Spain was extended to the country’s Balearic and Canary islands, where case numbers are lower.

Boris Johnson under pressure over jailed mum in Iran case

Mr Ratcliffe believes his wife is a pawn in a much larger diplomatic game, a bargaining chip whose life is being cruelly manipulated by some parts of the Iranian government to secure their political objectives.

Thank you, Generation Z: Chris Whitty blames huge spike in cases 17-29 year-olds for tough new curbs as Boris reveals police can now ARREST groups of more than six people and DELAYS plans to let more than 1,000 sports and music fans back into stadiums

Oxford and AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine trial is put on HOLD for safety reasons Phase 3 trials for the coronavirus vaccine being developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca have been placed on a hold after a ‘serious adverse event’ was reported in a participant in the UK. 

Boris faces Tory revolt over sweeping new ‘rule of six’ restrictions as Nicola Sturgeon saves Christmas in Scotland by imposing same social gathering rules – but NOT including children under 12 in the limit

‘Which brings me back to why it’s still so important that the critical measure here – although testing is really important, whether it be mass testing or whether it be our routine NHS Test and Trace – the issue is that if people have symptoms they need to come out of society in order to […]

Iraq War Backer Tony Blair Claims Johnson’s Brexit Internal Market Bill Would Undermine Irish Peace

Johnson Warns Against Tory Revolt Boris Johnson the other day appealed for Tory unity as some MPs were reported to be readying to rise against his plans, and addressed EU warnings that the UK could face legal action if it does not ditch the controversial elements of the Internal Market Bill by the end of the month. […]

Nightmare for lockdown new mums who are facing coronavirus without support

One respondent wrote: “I’m a single mother of four ­children and I haven’t had any one-to-one time to bond with my baby or take him out and get him socialised. I suffer with depression and anxiety and I’ve had no time to get help and I feel this could impact on our relationship.”

EU, UK blame each other over deadlocked post-Brexit talks

“The U.K. government signed the withdrawal agreement with the Northern Ireland protocol. This Parliament voted that withdrawal agreement into U.K. legislation,” she said in the House of Commons. “The government is now changing the operation of that agreement. Given that, how can the government reassure future international partners that the U.K. can be trusted to […]