A WHO spokesperson said it was the "morally right thing to do" because rollout "needs to be fair" across the world.
Boris Johnson’s official spokesperson says no deal is now simply a “potential” and “possible” outcome, a day after the PM said it was the “most likely”.
"We respect the choice of the American people," a foreign ministry spokesman said.
No.10 warns new laws coming to tackle online harms, as it reveals the PM thinks grime star's tweets were "abhorrent".
"Slave auctions are a re-enactment of the most dark, traumatic and evil part of British history – they shouldn’t be revered," the founder of No Slave Auctions tells HuffPost UK.
The Commons may sit virtually to allow MPs to hold ministers to account over coronavirus, a spokesperson for Jacob Rees-Mogg said.
Transport secretary suggestion was not specified in the official guidance, PM's spokesperson says.
Downing Street dismisses "baseless" suggestion security services are not sharing intelligence with the home secretary.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s lives as working royals will end on March 31 when they stop representing the Queen and gain financial independence.
A spokesperson for the party said they were happy to stand behind the candidate, "though maybe not his taste in music.”