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Coronavirus: Tory rebels 'certain' they have enough votes to defeat PM on COVID-19 rules, says MP
A Conservative rebel ringleader is "certain" his group have enough votes to compel the government to give MPs a greater say over coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Coronavirus: 'Follow the rules if you want students home for Christmas', says culture secretary
University students will be able to return home to their families for Christmas if the public sticks to the new COVID-19 restrictions and helps bring the virus under control, the culture secretary has told Sky News.
Government wants 'strong' BBC chair - amid reports Boris Johnson's old boss Charles Moore will get role
The government wants "a strong, big person who can hold the BBC to account" amid reports the corporation's next chair could be Boris Johnson's former newspaper boss.
Laurence Fox: Controversial actor launches political party to 'fight the culture wars'
Actor Laurence Fox has launched a new political party he says is aimed at the "reclamation" of British values.
Five things we learnt from this week's Sophy Ridge on Sunday
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is trying to balance the competing demands of suppressing coronavirus infections while keeping the economy open - and could he also be facing a Commons rebellion?