No 10 insists Boris Johnson was accusing Labour of talking rather than taking action, at PMQs.
The European Commission is recommending delaying restrictions on products such as chilled sausages.
The Home Office says people with a reasonable excuse for a delay can complete their forms later.
Talks are ongoing over a possible quarantine exemption for some people attending the Euro 2020 final.
Labour accuses the government of failing to protect the armed forces.
The Department for Education backs the idea - but Scotland's first minister calls it "ludicrous".
The SNP says it is a "scandal" that questions about the union were asked as part of publicly-funded surveys.
MPs on the Public Accounts Committee call on the government to provide cancellation insurance.
The Court of Appeal overturns a ruling to halt criminal proceedings against Lord Ahmed of Rotherham.
It is "foolish" to talk about Indyref2 when the UK is recovering from Covid, Michael Gove says.
Grant Shapps is accused of ignoring his own experts when approving a tunnel near Stonehenge.
The Foreign Office is accused of lacking transparency and openness on spending reductions.
The PM's ex-top aide told officials to "immediately" issue a £530,000 grant with "no procurement".
Shifting to electric vehicles will still leave the UK with transport problems, a report says.
The current rules will remain in place until 19 July - with the aim of lifting remaining restrictions in August.
He would be the party's third leader in weeks, during a crisis that has raised questions about devolution.
White pupils from low income families are falling behind "every step of the way", an education committee says.
An ex-Tory chancellor criticises the project as "silly" but a minister insists it will "pay for itself".
Footage showed Newsnight political editor Nicholas Watt being taunted near Downing Street.
The outgoing DUP leader says the NI secretary has promised imminent movement on the Brexit mechanism.
Plans for a third Menai crossing and other new routes are put on hold while a review is held.
Baroness Chapman will shadow Brexit minister Lord Frost, in a shake-up of the Labour leader's team.
Middlewich Town Council could not legally meet online and its usual venue is being used for vaccinations.
The right to free expression is in danger of being undermined, a parliamentary committee warns.
Despite a fall, borrowing was still the second-highest on record for May as Covid spending continues.
Seven organisations representing the sector in England say a plan must be published within a month.
But Boris Johnson warns there could be a "rough winter for all sorts of reasons", including flu.
The EU will try to resolve the sensitive issue, says Ireland's European commissioner.
NHS leaders say planning for an autumn rollout must start now as it will involve bigger challenges.
Scotland's first minister says she is "confused" by the criticism from Greater Manchester's mayor.
The vessel, reportedly costing up to £200m, will sail the globe promoting trade with the UK.
Boris Johnson says the country will be able to "breathe life into more breakthroughs".
Promoters say a lack of government guidance made planning the four-day event "a complete unknown".
He says he shares Labour values and the "reactionary" Conservative government needs to be replaced.
Non-religious weddings in England and Wales have had to take place indoors until now.
The Labour leader asks the PM to explain why convictions and prosecutions are at a “record low”.
Some people will not be able to work, rent property or access healthcare from next month, the SNP’s Philippa Whitford says.
Ian Blackford asks the prime minister if Covid funds were used to conduct polling on the Union.
Conservative peer Lord Clarke has called the possibility of a new royal yacht "silly populist nonsense".
Health secretary Matt Hancock tells BBC Breakfast about plans for a Covid booster jab programme.
Families along the border tell stories of partition and how lives changed entirely overnight.
Five years on from referendum, it turns out there were far more EU nationals in the UK than was thought.
The Lagan Valley MP is the only candidate to become the fifth leader in the party's history.
Northern Ireland's first parliament was officially opened by the then King George V on 22 June 1921.
A sweeping overhaul of England's house building laws faces opposition from across political divides.
The three Left candidates to replace Len McCluskey become two, following behind-closed-door talks.
The government has agreed the broad terms of a trade deal with Australia.
Allied members have agreed to "significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from military activities".
Chesham and Amersham constituents share their thoughts on the Lib Dem victory.
Coronavirus restrictions are staying in place because of concerns about the Delta variant.
The Holiday Inn in Gorton, Manchester, housed homeless people throughout the pandemic, until the end of May.
NI's centenary is prompting thoughts on the past and the present and predictions about the future.