Keir Starmer Out Of Self-Isolation After Child Tests Negative For Coronavirus

The Labour leader said he was “pleased and relieved”.

Keir Starmer has said he is “pleased and relieved” that a coronavirus test result for one of his children had come back negative.

The Labour leader had been in self-isolation since Monday after one of his children experienced symptoms.

Angela Rayner, Labour’s deputy leader, will still stand in for Stamer at PMQs today.

Boris Johnson will still take the session, despite the convention that the other side nominates someone else to stand if the prime minister or leader of the Opposition is absent.