'While they were having a party, my grandad was dying in hospital.' This caller speaks to Iain Dale after the PM refused to rule out that a Downing Street Christmas party took place last year. @IainDale
US police to search arms supplier over fatal Rust film shooting
Hayden Brown, 53, squirted glue into the keyhole of the door to a pharmacy, stopping more than 500 people from getting their booster jab
Doocy: “You advised the president about the possibility of new testing requirements for people coming in to this country, does that include everybody?” Fauci: “The answer is yes.” Doocy: “What about … these border crossers?” Fauci: “That’s a different issue.”
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Starmer sounds onto something with this spin document that urges staff to call "refurbishment" of hospitals "new hospitals". Would be interesting to see the actual document #PMQs
Starmer on PM's definition of new hospitals: he probably described his new wallpaper as "a new flat" #PMQs
Professor Melinda Mills says it makes sense to make wearing masks mandatory whilst kids are in school. She tells @susannareid100 and @RobbieRinder that 'there's no evidence that wearing face masks harm children.'
James O'Brien: The notion you're more threatened by wearing a mask than by coronavirus baffles me. @mrjamesob
The RNLI has confirmed a Hastings lifeboat was blocked from rescuing migrants after an LBC caller witnessed fishermen shouting angry abuse.
Barbados celebrates becoming republic as island swears in first president and honours Rihanna as “national hero”
'How is Facebook correcting a consultant cardiologist on his expertise?' Maajid Nawaz speaks to Dr Aseem Malhotra after his research was fact-checked after being published on Facebook. @MaajidNawaz | @DrAseemMalhotra
Barbados will become a republic this week, replacing Queen Elizabeth as head of state. British colonizers enslaved over 380,000 people to work on Barbados' sugar plantations. Sandra Mason, set to be the first president, said she wants to "fully leave our colonial past behind."