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Gavin Williamson accepts the appointment of David Frost as national security adviser was a political move.
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Barcelona striker was firing on all cylinders, while the former defence secretary was just getting fired.
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Jeremy Corbyn says death 'terrible and deeply shocking'
A former Welsh government minister, who was suspended by Labour over his ‘personal conduct’, has been found dead, his family
PM facing calls to fire Priti Patel too over Israel meetings.
Thornberry has previously only said that Johnson is ‘unfit for office’, but this is the first time she has formally called
Prime minister due to meet Jeremy Corbyn to discuss crackdown.
Theresa May has revealed she has been told of further incidents of sexual harassment in Westminster that have yet to be reported
First Division Association: end complaints veto of MPs, parties.
Westminster’s “culture of abuse” can only end if sex harassment complaints are dealt with independently of MPs and political
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1. UNCOMFORTABLE, UNACCEPTABLE At PMQs today, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn will no doubt unite to condemn the terror attack
The country's most powerful mandarin has been accused of breaching civil service political neutrality by publicly advocating
Downing Street has insisted there is no cabinet split over how to revive the economy, ahead of the potentially dire GDP figures
The public sector lost £38 billion to fraud, error and debt last year because of a "wilful ignorance" within government. The
Liam Fox has said that he will not resign from the cabinet amid fresh allegations about his relationship with his former
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O'Donnell warned ex-PM Gordon Brown that a phone hacking inquiry would be