1. COVID-19: Boris Johnson says lockdown 'starting to show signs of some effect' - but doesn't rule out tougher action  Sky News
  2. Live: Boris Johnson faces Keir Starmer and other MPs at PMQs  The Independent
  3. PMQs: Some food parcels are an 'insult to families' - PM  BBC News
  4. Coronavirus vaccinations to be available 24/7, says Boris Johnson  The Independent
  5. Keir Starmer cites 17,000 Covid deaths since November lockdown ended  Metro.co.uk
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The PM faces fresh pressure from Labour's Sir Keir Starmer to tighten COVID rules in order to drive down infections.The PM faces fresh pressure from Labour's Sir Keir Starmer to tighten COVID rules in order to drive down infections.

COVID-19: Boris Johnson says lockdown 'starting to show signs of some effect' - but doesn't rule out tougher action | Politics News | Sky News

Keir Starmer dropped a bombshell at PMQs by claiming "disgraceful" school meal packs were actually based on the government's own guidance. Here's how they compare - down to the last appleKeir Starmer dropped a bombshell at PMQs by claiming "disgraceful" school meal packs were actually based on the government's own guidance. Here's how they compare - down to the last apple

What government guidance says should be in school food packs - and what mum got - Mirror Online

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The Prime Minister will be questioned by senior MPs after facing Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer during PMQs on Wednesday The Prime Minister will be questioned by senior MPs after facing Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer during PMQs on Wednesday

Boris Johnson to be grilled over coronavirus vaccine rollout as deaths continue to surge - Wales Online

BORIS JOHNSON and Keir Starmer squared off today in their first PMQs of 2021.BORIS JOHNSON and Keir Starmer squared off today in their first PMQs of 2021.

PMQs: 'Hypocritical!' Boris slammed by Speaker for hitting out at Starmer | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

GOVERNMENT officials across the UK have discussed the nations “jumping together” to push the May 6 Super-Thursday elections back a month to June… GOVERNMENT officials across the UK have discussed the nations “jumping together” to push the May 6 Super-Thursday elections back a month to June…

Government officials have discussed UK nations 'jumping together' to push May polls back a month | HeraldScotland

The PM was asked why 17,000 died of Covid since the December 16 PMQs, when he dismissed 'endless lockdowns' and axing Christmas bubbles.'How did the Prime Minister get it so wrong and why was he so slow to act?'

Keir Starmer cites 17,000 Covid deaths since November lockdown ended | Metro News

The Labour leader’s attack fizzled, and the prime minister easily survived being told off by the speaker, writes John RentoulThe Labour leader’s attack fizzled, and the prime minister easily survived being told off by the speaker, writes John Rentoul

Neither Keir Starmer nor Lindsay Hoyle could get a grip on Boris Johnson, the greased piglet | The Independent

Boris Johnson has said there are "some signs" lockdown is starting to have an impact on the surge in Covid-19 cases.Boris Johnson has said there are "some signs" lockdown is starting to have an impact on the surge in Covid-19 cases.

Boris Johnson: ‘Some signs’ lockdown is starting to have an impact on Covid-19 surge | Evening Standard

Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner has called on Twitter to act on Boris Johnson's "lies" on Twitter - in the same way it acted on Donald Trump's tweets.

There have been many reports of breaches, but will tougher rules help? There have been many reports of breaches, but will tougher rules help?

Boris Johnson warns of tougher lockdown - do we need one? - CoventryLive

Sir Keir Starmer grilled the Prime Minister on his response to the Covid-19 pandemic on Wednesday January 13. Sir Keir Starmer grilled the Prime Minister on his response to the Covid-19 pandemic on Wednesday January 13.

Six announcements from Boris Johnson PMQs with warning of stricter lockdown - Birmingham Live

There has been speculation that the rules will be further tightenedThere has been speculation that the rules will be further tightened

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he does not rule out imposing tougher Covid-19 restrictions - Manchester Evening News

Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi and health bosses crucial to the jabs programme will also be questioned.Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi and health bosses crucial to the jabs programme will also be questioned.

Covid: Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer face off at Prime Minister's Questions | ITV News

Sir Keir questioned why Boris Johnson was “so slow to act” when infection rates began to surge in DecemberSir Keir questioned why Boris Johnson was “so slow to act” when infection rates began to surge in December

Boris Johnson tells MPs he won't rule out tougher lockdown rules - Nottinghamshire Live

Keir Starmer has called for a tougher lockdown, and five other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's QuestionsKeir Starmer has called for a tougher lockdown, and five other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions

What we learned from the first PMQs of the year

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said Marcus Rashford is doing a better job at holding the government to account regarding free school mealsPrime minister Boris Johnson has said Marcus Rashford is doing a better job at holding the government to account regarding free school meals

Boris Johnson: Marcus Rashford is more effective in opposition than Starmer | JOE.co.uk

"Anyone who talks to healthcare workers knows the pressures they are under" - Boris Johnson"Anyone who talks to healthcare workers knows the pressures they are under" - Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson calls covid deniers 'outrageous' - Bristol Live

Boris Johnson has confirmed that round-the-clock vaccine centres will be opened "as soon as we can", during his weekly clash with Sir Keir Starmer.Boris Johnson has confirmed that round-the-clock vaccine centres will be opened "as soon as we can", during his weekly clash with Sir Keir Starmer.

Politics latest news: 24-hour vaccination centres will open 'as soon as we can,' Boris Johnson confirms  - watch Liaison Committee live 

Over two million people in the UK have now been vaccinated Over two million people in the UK have now been vaccinated

Boris Johnson announcement: UK to move to 24/7 Covid-19 vaccinations 'as soon as we can' - HertsLive

The outrage surrounding the free school meals scandal has lead to Boris Johnson calling the food packages that have been distributed to families across the country a “disgrace.”The outrage surrounding the free school meals scandal has lead to Boris Johnson calling the food packages that have been distributed to families across the country a “disgrace.”

Keir Starmer lists government’s own food guidance after being mocked by Boris Johnson | indy100

"We’ll be going to 24/7 as soon as we can""We’ll be going to 24/7 as soon as we can"

UK will give vaccine 24/7 'as soon as we can' says Prime Minister - Surrey Live

He also said he did not rule out bringing in even tougher restrictions to try to temper the spread of the coronavirus, which has largely been driven by a new variant

Lockdown starting to have an effect, says UK PM Johnson - International - World - Ahram Online

Boris Johnson says details of round-the-clock rollout to be revealed later by health secretary - Anadolu AgencyBoris Johnson says details of round-the-clock rollout to be revealed later by health secretary - Anadolu Agency

UK to soon start 24/7 vaccination, Johnson confirms

Sky News host Chris Smith says Boris Johnson has "loaded up" on China, with the British Prime Minister calling on Beijing to stop the centuries-old practice of using animal parts in medicine. China had recently hit back at Mr Johnson, after the prime minister suggested that coronavirus could have spread from bats or people grinding up the scales of pangolins. Prime Minister Johnson was speculating about the origins of COVID-19 in a recent speech to an environmental summit on Monday. China subsequently accused Mr Johnson of "groundless conjecture". Sky News host Chris Smith says Boris Johnson has "loaded up" on China, with the British Prime Minister calling on Beijing to stop the centuries-old practice of using animal parts in medicine. China had recently hit back at Mr Johnson, after the prime minister suggested that coronavirus could have spread from bats or people grinding up the scales of pangolins. Prime Minister Johnson was speculating about the origins of COVID-19 in a recent speech to an environmental summit on Monday. China subsequently accused Mr Johnson of "groundless conjecture".

Johnson also said tougher restrictions brought in last week were starting to have an effect on the spread of COVID in some parts of the country.'Nobody can doubt the serious damage that is done by lockdowns to people’s mental health, to jobs, to livelihoods,' he saidJohnson also said tougher restrictions brought in last week were starting to have an effect on the spread of COVID in some parts of the country.'Nobody can doubt the serious damage that is done by lockdowns to people’s mental health, to jobs, to livelihoods,' he said

Covid-19: UK PM Boris Johnson promises 24-hour vaccinations 'as soon as we can'

Boris Johnson said “at the moment, the limit is on supply” of the vaccines rather than on the ability of the country's health service to deliver jabs quickly.Boris Johnson said “at the moment, the limit is on supply” of the vaccines rather than on the ability of the country's health service to deliver jabs quickly.

UK's PM Johnson pledges Covid-19 vaccine program to operate 24-7 | Hindustan Times

Britain is targeting a 24-hour, 7-day a week vaccination programme as soon as possible, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday, as he bids to step up the pace of the rollout and give shots to at-risk groups by mid-February. AstraZeneca executives said the company was on track to deliver 2 million doses a week before mid-February, and Johnson said the availability of more shots would be crucial to scaling up to a round-the-clock service. Across the United Kingdom, there are 15 million people in the highest priority groups.Britain is targeting a 24-hour, 7-day a week vaccination programme as soon as possible, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday, as he bids to step up the pace of the rollout and give shots to at-risk groups by mid-February. AstraZeneca executives said the company was on track to deliver 2 million doses a week before mid-February, and Johnson said the availability of more shots would be crucial to scaling up to a round-the-clock service. Across the United Kingdom, there are 15 million people in the highest priority groups.

Britain targets 24/7 COVID vaccinations to speed rollout

Coronavirus vaccinations will be made available on a 24-hour basis “as soon as we can”, prime minister Boris Johnson has said

Coronavirus vaccinations to be available 24/7, Boris Johnson says in major U-turn

"We’ll be going to 24/7 as soon as we can""We’ll be going to 24/7 as soon as we can"

UK will give vaccine 24/7 'as soon as we can' says Prime Minister - Hull Live

LONDON (AP) — Britain's coronavirus vaccine program will operate around the clock seven days a week “as soon as we can,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged Wednesday as the U.K. accelerates... LONDON (AP) — Britain's coronavirus vaccine program will operate around the clock seven days a week “as soon as we can,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged Wednesday as the U.K. accelerates...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed that Britain’s coronavirus vaccine program will operate around the clock seven days a week “as soon as we can,” as the U.K. accelerates efforts to inoculate millions of its most vulnerable peoplePrime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed that Britain’s coronavirus vaccine program will operate around the clock seven days a week “as soon as we can,” as the U.K. accelerates efforts to inoculate millions of its most vulnerable people

UK’s Johnson pledges vaccine program to operate 24-7 - The Washington Post

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday tougher restrictions brought in last week were starting to have an effect on the spread of COVID in some parts of the country, cautioning that it was still early days.LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday tougher restrictions brought in last week were starting to have an effect on the spread of COVID in some parts of the country, cautioning that it was still early days.

Lockdown Starting To Have An Effect, Says UK PM Johnson

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s coronavirus vaccine program will operate around the clock seven days a week “as soon as we can,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged Wednesday as the U.K. accelerates…

UK’s Johnson pledges vaccine program to operate 24-7 – WBOY.com