Boris Johnson's parliamentary assistant contacted a private charter company in the hope of securing a plane to transport animals and staff during the evacuation of Afghanistan, telling them that her boss was keen, Sky News understands.
Prince Andrew has asked for a jury trial and denied the allegations against him as he officially responded to Virginia Giuffre's sexual assault lawsuit.
The UK is considering sending hundreds more troops to bolster NATO's flank in eastern Europe ahead of any potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, Sky News understands.
The wait for Sue Gray's report into lockdown parties in Downing Street and Whitehall to be published looks almost certain to roll into tomorrow as the House of Commons has concluded its business - with Boris Johnson still yet to receive the findings.
The head coach of the England rugby team, Eddie Jones, is adamant he'll simply find replacements for any unvaccinated players that can't travel to France or Italy in this year's Six Nations tournament.
"Unrelenting" and "awful", that's how a couple of senior MPs put it to me today as they hunkered down in Westminster to wait for the Sue Gray report.
Police had issued an arrest warrant for a suspect three weeks before he stabbed to death his ex-wife.
Premier League clubs will have to show four positive cases of COVID-19 in order to apply to have a match postponed, after sides agreed to make changes to the criteria.
Official statisticians are to shake up the way they collect and widen how they present inflation data amid concerns that cost of living headlines fail to reflect the squeeze being felt by the worst off.
A musician accused of the murder of teenager Bobbi-Anne McLeod will face trial later this year.