Sue Gray

Why new pictures of the PM raising a glass at a leaving drinks during lockdown raise questions about knowingly misleading parliament.
The top civil servant's hotly-anticipated investigation is expected to drop this week.
The Sky presenter reminded Simon Clarke just who Sue Gray's boss is this morning.
Cabinet minister repeatedly dodged questions in an excruciating Sky News interview.
Labour calls for PM to "urgently explain" as public confidence in the process has already been "depleted".
Commons showdown looms as Conservative MPs will be ordered to vote for an amendment to Labour’s motion.
While Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak have apologised, both have refused to step down.
Raab said staff in Downing Street were "working incredibly long hours, under incredible pressure, doing their very best".
The prime minister has until 10pm on Friday to return a questionnaire to detectives investigating the scandal.
It started with the watered-down Sue Gray report and ended with a mass exodus from Number 10 and Boris Johnson on the brink.