Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are due to visit a brewery on Wednesday – suggesting cuts to alcohol duties are on the cards.
Boris Johnson has rejigged the top positions within his cabinet.
Dramatic expansion of workplace test sites to exempt key sectors from ‘pingdemic’
Campaigners angry that ministers have yet to make good on promise to get rid of 19th century law that references carts and wagons.
This does have the potential to be quite harmful for the Tories.
Ministry of housing said taxpayers' money would be clawed back from those at fault. That appears easier said than done.
Government plans to allow empty shops to be converted into housing along with offices will be a complete disaster, housing experts warn.
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick proposes to send commissioners in to run parts of authority after report uncovered "serious breakdown of governance".
Charlie Stayt raised eyebrows last week when he commented about the size of an MP's flag.
“I think it’s just a little bit small, but that’s your department really.”
Robert Jenrick's department announces homelessness cash – but can't say how many vulnerable people have been placed in homes.
HuffPost UK revealed this month how hundreds of homeless people were being "criminalised" by the legislation during the pandemic.
The initiative has won praise but Labour and housing charities say the latest figures show its success was short-lived.
Campaigners say more must be done to prevent the "cliff edge" of homelessness as the number of people in arrears continues to increase.
Tory MPs and Labour vent fury at Robert Jenrick as thousands face huge bill for fire-safety improvements in wake of the Grenfell fire.
The government is facing another big Tory rebellion, this time over the cladding scandal which has seen people trapped in unsafe, unsellable flats after the Grenfell disaster, because their buildings are covered in unsafe material. Boris Johnson’s lockdown caution is also causing consternation on the backbenches, as the vaccine rollout continues to move along at pace.
It is believed that the new variant of coronavirus has already spread around the country.
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick has said the new variant is "prevalent probably in most regions of the country”.
Boris Johnson is under pressure to scrap the planned relaxation of the Covid rules amid fears it will cause a surge in infections.
A Scotland Yard spokesman has told The Sunday Times that ‘no further action will be taken’.