Other political leaders have publicised their vaccinations as a way to promote trust in the science.
Polling reveals majority of public wants politicians to change their behaviour, as MPs return to parliament following the summer recess.
Don’t let your politicians undermine the BBC, and don’t let them convince you that you don’t need a public broadcaster, freelance journalist Julia Tena de la Nuez writes.
Chloe Swarbrick, a 25-year-old politician in New Zealand, shrugged off an older heckler in parliament with a casual “OK boomer” during her speech about climate change. The phrase addresses baby boomers and is a meme typically used by young people on social media in response to older people who don’t take their concerns seriously.
“We belong to the countries that have the possibility to do the most. And yet our countries still basically do nothing."
"It's another example of rail passengers in the North being treated like second-class citizens."
"It is easy to descend into division and abuse – climbing out and finding unity again takes far longer," 118 bishops say in rare statement.
Is it down to the prime minister's own personality, or is it people who have changed?
That wasn’t that hard for me to type, but for some reason so many of our political leaders feel unable to utter those words, Jo Swinson writes.
US President as he says he "may" meet two politicians during his visit to the UK next week.