The PM gives his new line-up of ministers a "half-time pep talk", after this week's reshuffle.
There are concerns the high price of wholesale gas could have a far-reaching impact on the economy.
Figures show the department in charge of the transition away from diesel still relies on the fuel.
Newly appointed Housing Secretary Michael Gove wants to address concerns, the BBC has been told.
Lord Bethell is facing criticism for using personal accounts to conduct government business.
Fully vaccinated travellers will also no longer need to take PCR tests, says the transport secretary.
The Lancashire town is hosting a meeting of presiding officers - including the US Speaker of the House.
Downing Street says a review of EU rules on measures is just one element of its post-Brexit agenda.
Sir Ed Davey's party is targeting Conservative votes as its conference gets under way.
The ex-shadow chancellor wants talks with Sir Keir at Labour's conference over left-wing expulsions.
The nuclear submarine deal with Australia has angered France and raised fears of a war with China.
Further protests are taking place on the London orbital motorway, as well as the M1, M3 and M11.
Nadine Dorries strips Historic England protection from the 1950s Dorman Long building.
The ex-BBC presenter who quit the channel says people can decide themselves if it is too right wing.
Theresa May joins calls for a special independent advocate to support families in major disasters.
Jane Dodds is right not to help Mark Drakeford's government in the Senedd, says Lib Dem leader.
Michael D Higgins says the title of the church service to be held in Armagh had become "political".
A series of serious ambulance delays have emerged, including one where a man died after a 40-hour wait.
Cut soaring energy costs by paying energy levies through taxes, E.On UK boss Michael Lewis says.
Brexit has made it "near impossible" for it to supply fresh and chilled products to France, the retailer says.
Lord Deben says not having street lights in rural areas would help meet emissions targets.
The outgoing Unite leader tells the BBC he is pessimistic about Labour's chances at the next election.
Ex-Dover MP Charlie Elphicke was jailed for sexually assaulting two women nine years apart.
The government and Labour traded claims about the decision to remove the £20 extra Universal Credit payment.
The MP for Mid Bedfordshire and former health minister replaces Oliver Dowden.
Former cabinet minister Stephen Crabb joins calls to axe the universal credit cut as Labour pushes for a vote.
Holyrood is to become a "protected site" under national security rules - but will this stop protests?
Plaid called the event "contemptible" but the Tories said it was right for officials to go.
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood says legislation is needed to halt an election if devolution collapses.
Government scientists are warning of a jump in Covid hospital admissions if rules are not tightened soon.
A row erupts after Zheng Zeguang is told he is not welcome while sanctions against MPs are in place.
The UK inflation rate hit 3.2% in the year to August, according to the latest official figures.
But he says the UK is better placed to tackle the disease as he outlines England's winter plan.
Boris Johnson jokes about how many children he has at cabinet meeting.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid speaks to the BBC's Nick Robinson about this week's cabinet reshuffle.
Boris Johnson says Australia and the UK are as “closely aligned in international policy as any two countries in the world”.
The prime minister has fired a string of cabinet ministers in a major cabinet reshuffle.
Sir Keir Starmer and the prime minister exchanged barbs over the proposed cut in universal credit.
The Lib Dems are facing a battle to get heard at their online conference but they are in good spirits.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson reshuffles his cabinet for the first time since February 2020. Who's in it now?
Our guide to what conferences are, when and where they're taking place, and what's likely to happen.
We look at the performance of the party and its leader as the Lib Dem conference gets going.
Michael Gove is known as a reformer and is now in charge of controversial planning changes.
Iraqi refugee, Teletubby merchandise salesman, pollster, millionaire - meet the new education secretary.
The reshuffle has seen the removal of an education secretary much criticised during the pandemic.
The life of the new foreign secretary, from left-wing parents to the top of the Conservative Party.
The Conservative MP loses his job at the foreign office but becomes deputy PM and justice secretary.
The prime minister believes new funds will tackle the Covid backlog - but refuses to set targets.
A new health and social care tax is being introduced, Boris Johnson has announced.
The government has confirmed the £20 boost will end in the autumn.
In 2019, the Conservatives pledged no-one should have to sell their home to pay for their care.
Under 25s are losing the biggest percentage of their income when the payments go down in October.
Patrick Harvie and Lorna Slater are the first Green politicians to hold ministerial office in the UK.
Smashing Tory dominance in the party's traditional areas is Liberal Democrats leader Ed Davey's plan. Can it work?
As a report says levelling up plans must consider local views, people in Rhyl debate the changes needed.
UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace now calls it a "rotten" deal but supported it at the time.
What life is like for asylum seekers in a Yorkshire town - and what locals think about accepting more.
The surprising history of a term increasingly thrown around in UK political debate.
The US and UK have different timetables for the effort to evacuate people from Afghanistan
After a year of flat debates, a full Commons proved harder for the PM to navigate, writes Jessica Parker.