Politics

Sir Bob Neill says a “change in leadership is required” to restore trust in politics, as drip-drip continues.
"If you break the rules just rewrite the rule book is the motto of this despicable government."
A very public stunt which called Boris Johnson out right in the heart of Westminster.
Paul Holmes, a ministerial aide to Priti Patel, said lockdown breaking in Downing Street has created "deep mistrust".
Conservative voters in the Midlands and the North also support the move.
"Our country deserves better and we will not get better until Boris Johnson is gone," Peter Kyle said.
"Rich people didn’t get rich by handing back free money that they received from the government," the presenter told him.
"If the Sue Gray report hadn’t come out, we wouldn’t be getting this windfall tax."
The Texas Republican storms off when questioned about gun control, telling Mark Stone of Sky News: "I’m sorry you think American exceptionalism is awful."