Calls for ‘virtual PMQs’ to stop Johnson escaping scrutiny
Acting leader of Liberal Democrats says: ‘I think we can find a way to get things cracking and get an online virtual parliament to serve the nation’
Gove blames China for failing to stop spread of coronavirus
Ministers accused of ‘feeble excuses’ for their own mistakes – and even of putting Chinese people in the UK at risk
What is happening in the Lib Dem leadership race?
Senior party figures are keen to see who is elected as Jeremy Corbyn’s successor first, says Lizzy Buchan
Sadiq Khan pledges to make London carbon-neutral by 2030
Labour politician says he will ‘work to make London the greenest city in the world’
How well did the polls predict the general election result?
Pollsters’ report cards favourable, but precise number of seats proves harder to pin down
This is what the election map would have looked like if we used PR
Tories would have won only 288 seats – the largest party in a hung parliament
The economy must be saved from the Tories and their version of Brexit
In these extraordinary times, manifesto promises may well be broken or prove impossible to fulfil, but Labour's plan feels like a safer bet
Students - don't let the Lib Dems betray you again
In the 2010 general election, the Liberal Democrats built their campaign around a pledge to abolish tuition fees. By the end of that year, however, they had tripled them instead. Labour will be different