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New version of the ministerial rulebook makes it clear that the PM of the day can choose what sanction, if any, is handed out... [Read More]
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Sir Bob Neill, a former minister, and Alicia Kearns say they have submitted letters of no confidence in the Prime Minister... [Read More]
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The Prime Minister says Kyiv must have the kit to defend itself as fighting in Donbas intensifies... [Read More]
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Boris Johnson's former economic advisor says the Chancellor should have focused on tax cuts... [Read More]
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Also from this morning's Front Page newsletter: Fish and chip shops face battering from fresh wave of sanctions on Russia. Sign up below... [Read More]
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It follows reports that Boris Johnson's preferred candidate was Lord Hogan-Howe, who had not made the final shortlist... [Read More]
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Sir Stephen House tries to clarify reasoning behind partygate fines that were issued – and those that weren't – for Downing St gatherings... [Read More]
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Prime Minister brought in four top economists to help persuade the Chancellor of spending splurge to ease the cost of living crisis... [Read More]
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The Labour MP is understood to have been provisionally confirmed as chair of Parliament's Privileges Committee... [Read More]
David Simmonds and John Baron both called for the Prime Minister to resign following the publication of the Sue Gray report... [Read More]
Boris Johnson has opened the door for Heathrow to build its third runway as ministers commit to support necessary airport expansion.In a move that risks... [Read More]
The report shows those in Downing Street knew they were breaking rules, but Boris Johnson managed to avoid any new damaging revelations... [Read More]
Plus: Taking aviation back to the skies... [Read More]
Boris Johnson stands by his most senior official, who informed him before report was published that he would have to be pushed... [Read More]
Whether one is fed up with "partygate" or not, it appears that Downing Street is just completely chaotic. [Read More]
Has the Conservative rebellion against the Prime Minister died down? Silence from many previously vocal dissenters would suggest so... [Read More]
'Humbled' PM survives calls to resign over Downing Street gatherings, but voters may decide the party's over at the next election... [Read More]
Prime Minister urges staff to say sorry as Sue Gray's report reveals they swore at workers who objected to Whitehall parties... [Read More]
The significant constitutional question is whether he misled the House when he denied knowledge of rule-breaking parties... [Read More]
The Prime Minister's options range from a swift resignation to staying on and fighting the next general election... [Read More]
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