The UK prime minister and his government has made some questionable assertions about Brexit, particularly the EU-UK trade deal struck on Christmas Eve.
Negotiators are meeting in Brussels this weekend ahead of a Sunday deadline called by the European Parliament.
Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen have until Sunday to reach a deal after Brexit trade deal talks stalled.
The UK became the first country in the world to give the green light to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Achieving this long sought after source of energy would be a big step.
Alarmed at the impact on an already severely weakened economy, dozens of Tory MPs voted against the new tiered system which was nonetheless passed in parliament.
The deal signed with Canada means the two countries will continue to trade under the same rules as when the UK was an EU member state while they negotiate a "bespoke" agreement.
Instead of Patel resigning, the PM's advisor on ministerial standards quit.
Boris Johnson's new climate pledge is worth £12 billion, but does it go far enough?