erhaps the prime minister will raise his eyebrows this morning while reading The Times from the No 10 residence: a report suggests a café on the remote Hebridean island of Canna is on the hunt for new staff to help serve a population of just 18 people. It boasts 20,000 seabirds and thousands of years of history. Tips are included. Back in reality and down the staircase of his predecessors’ portraits in Downing Street, he faces questions over the rollout of the Covid vaccine, threats from Brussels on exports, and growing calls for a public inquiry into his government’s handling of the pandemic.
Political editor Andrew Woodcock on what to look out for today: