Westminster’s Public Accounts Committee has urged the Government to give ‘regular, accurate and open updates’ on problems faced by the project.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford and Liberal Democrat acting leader Sir Ed Davey are among those who have signed the letter to Michel Barnier.
Car parks were said to be full in one part of the Peak District National Park on Saturday morning.
The Children’s Commissioner for England says children are suffering away from the classroom.
Strict lockdown measures and reduced transport measures in Nepal meant that many travellers were unable to reach chartered repatriation flights.
Officers from the London Fire Brigade were called to the single storey warehouse on Friday evening after reports of a building being alight.
The Church of England and Salvation Army have seen huge numbers watching online services.
If it is greater than one, the infection will ‘spread exponentially’, scientists say.
The Health Secretary said he would fight for ‘fair reward’ for nurses in the aftermath of the pandemic, but stopped short of promising more money.
Stormont junior minister Declan Kearney said the executive had been told plans include physical posts at ports.
The rise in the figure is thought to be driven by the virus spreading in care homes and hospitals.
A £600 million ‘Infection Control Fund’ has been launched to support efforts to reduce the spread of Covid-19 in care homes.
The US department of commerce says the licence may be ‘revised and possibly eliminated’ after the latest 90-day extension.
The video-conferencing app has been the subject of questions about its security.
PCSO Charlotte Carter, 19, said she was ‘inspired’ by her mother working in the force.
Deaths have come down, but the pattern is not the same everywhere.
A round-up of Friday’s uplifting stories.