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Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak have withdrawn from the third Conservative leadership TV debate following concerns the clashes between rivals are damaging the party’s standing. Sky News has been forced to cancel the programme after announcing Sunak and Truss – two of the leading contenders to be the UK’s next prime minister – “do not want to take part.” Sky News’...

Carrie and ‘the glass of wine’ with BJ. Are we the...

It appears Boris Johnson’s wife Carrie is a sucker. Or at least was, when she was Johnson’s mistress. And not just because a married man creates a vacancy when he marries his mistress. But, because, as Private Eye reported...

Priti Patel approves Julian Assange’s extradition to US ‘hell hole’

Julian Assange can be extradited to the US after UK home secretary Priti Patel approved the request. Wikileaks – the organisation founded by Assange - immediately confirmed it will appeal...

Media reacts to Starmer’s vow to resign if fined over partygate

Sir Keir Starmer has pledged to resign if he's fined by Durham police for beers and curry - a stance being covered as a 'high-stakes-high-reward gamble'. The Labour leader...

Govt has time to privatise Channel 4 but not for Employment Bill

Boris Johnson’s government does not have time to include an Employment Bill in the Queen’s Speech – even after the recent mass sackings by P&O Ferries. It means legislation to...

Boris Johnson compares Ukraine invasion to Brexit – ‘despicable’ analogy denounced

Boris Johnson has provoked fury and outrage across Britain and Europe for comparing the Ukraine war with Brexit. Johnson’s analogy during his speech to the Conservative party spring conference was denounced as “truly disgraceful” and...
Johnson fights for political survival

Johnson’s ‘political poison’ blamed as Starmer rescued from mob by police

MPs have blamed Boris Johnson’s ‘political poison’ for the ugly scenes in Westminster on Monday (February 7) that saw Sir Keir Starmer bundled into the back of a police car to escape a mob...

Criminal inquiry into Downing Street parties will uncover more than Sue Gray

The criminal investigation into alleged lockdown parties in Downing Street will uncover more evidence threatening Boris Johnson’s future as prime minister, according to former staff who worked at Number 10. Civil servant Sue Gray’s highly...

PM’s ‘political vanadalism’ and posturing puts NI peace in peril

Boris Johnson and ex-Brexit minister Lord David Frost don’t understand or seem to care about their “vandalism” to Northern Ireland peace says one of the key architects of the Good Friday Agreement. Tony Blair’s ex-chief...

The world’s biggest talking shop proves how cheap the PM’s ‘blah, blah, blah’ really...

The private jets that carried world leaders to Glasgow are departing with thousands of negotiators left behind and tasked with diffusing the climate change ticking time-bomb. “It's one minute to midnight on the doomsday clock,...