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18/01/2022 10:46:13 PM
Downing Street staff ‘held regular wine-time Fridays’ in lockdown
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PM ‘commuted’ in March 2020 after telling public to stay at home
Covid rules taskforce chief admits to leaving drinks during lockdown
Record 70% of voters tell PM to quit as No 10 parties scandal grows
Truss and Sefcovic to ‘intensify’ talks over Northern Ireland protocol
Dozens dressed as Boris Johnson dance outside Downing Street
No 10 apologises to Palace for ‘parties’ on eve of Philip’s funeral
People should ‘move on’ from partygate, says Liz Truss
Dorries blames Sunak’s ‘partygate’ silence on lack of Devon WiFi
Met Police not investigating bash ‘on eve of Prince Philip funeral’
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Timeline of gatherings across government during Covid restrictions
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Ex-Johnson aide says sorry for party on eve of royal funeral
Queen bows head alone at Philip’s funeral after alleged No 10 party
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Two Downing Street parties ‘held on eve of Prince Philip’s funeral’
Christine Lee ‘sought influence on nuclear deals’, sources claim
Tory civil war over ‘partygate’ rages on
Downing Street party inquiry ‘set to find no laws were broken’
Barry Gardiner: Labour MP who received money from ‘Chinese agent’
Pictured with PMs, the ‘Chinese agent’ who infiltrated Westminster
Security warning to MPs over Chinese spying threat
It will be difficult to force Boris Johnson out, even if MPs decide to
New Czech governing coalition wins confidence vote
Police not investigating Downing Street ‘BYOB’ gathering
Boris Johnson - live: Police not investigating No 10 party
Boost to economy from India deal as little as 0.12%, says government
Racist abuse has made me scared to do my job, says MP
Jacob Rees-Mogg laughs as he can’t name leader of Welsh Conservatives
PM said ‘everybody understands’ Covid rules, 9 days before No 10 party
Jacob Rees-Mogg laughs as he can’t name leader of Welsh Conservatives
US rejects UK plea for talks on steel tariffs in snub for PM
No 10 insists PM has ‘full support’ of cabinet after party apology
Will Boris Johnson resign?
PM cancels Lancashire visit as family member tests positive for Covid
Labour councillor resigns over tweets branding Muslims ‘extremists’
How Europe’s media reported on Boris Johnson’s No.10 party
Jacob Rees-Mogg suggests lockdown rules were ‘too hard’ on public
From red cards to horse races – Sir Jonathan Van-Tam’s top analogies
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Minister tries to kick-start post-Brexit deal with India on Delhi trip
Rees-Mogg ‘wrong’ to call Douglas Ross a lightweight, says former MSP
BBC Politics
18/01/2022 10:46:09 PM
No 10 apologises to Queen over lockdown parties Two staff get-togethers took place in April last year, the night before Prince Philip's funeral.
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No 10 parties: How many wine bottles fit in a suitcase? We know some details about Downing Street drinks, but what other questions need answering?
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What's coming up in Parliament next week?
Conservative MP unsure Boris Johnson can continue
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Labour supporter Gary Neville on the government's predicament Video content
Wales Covid rules relaxed as cases drop rapidly
Covid in Scotland: Where are the latest cases?
Ex-England footballer Gary Neville joins Labour
'People were dying and he was allowing parties' By Zoie O'Brien, Jamie Niblock and Kate Scotter
Grassroots Tories vote unanimously against PM
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09/01/2022 10:46:05 PM
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The Spectator
14/01/2022 10:46:25 PM
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Could this tree planting scheme bring down Israel’s prime minister?
Nicola Sturgeon’s disturbing attack on the rule of law
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Could this tree planting scheme bring down Israel’s prime minister?
Nicola Sturgeon’s disturbing attack on the rule of law
Is partygate a Remainer plot?
Scottish Tories should not bin Boris Johnson
Cabinet’s half-hearted backing for Boris
The decline and fall of Prince AndrewIn 42 words, the Duke of York’s royal career has been extinguished forever
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Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
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Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Could this tree planting scheme bring down Israel’s prime minister?
Nicola Sturgeon’s disturbing attack on the rule of law
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Could this tree planting scheme bring down Israel’s prime minister?
Nicola Sturgeon’s disturbing attack on the rule of law
Is partygate a Remainer plot?
Scottish Tories should not bin Boris Johnson
Cabinet’s half-hearted backing for Boris
Reality check / The new Matrix film is a boring postmodern fantasy
Partygate / Do the Tory whips have Boris’s back?
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Scotland / Jacob Rees-Mogg is wrong: Douglas Ross is no lightweight
Partygate / Do the Tory whips have Boris’s back?
Language / The art of the non-apologyFrom Spectator Life
Scotland / Jacob Rees-Mogg is wrong: Douglas Ross is no lightweight
Partygate / Do the Tory whips have Boris’s back?
Language / The art of the non-apologyFrom Spectator Life
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Could this tree planting scheme bring down Israel’s prime minister?
Nicola Sturgeon’s disturbing attack on the rule of law
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories
Gina Miller’s party flop
Could this tree planting scheme bring down Israel’s prime minister?
Nicola Sturgeon’s disturbing attack on the rule of law
Is partygate a Remainer plot?
Scottish Tories should not bin Boris Johnson
Cabinet’s half-hearted backing for Boris
Did No. 10 break Covid rules (again)?
Will anyone stand by Prince Andrew now?
In defence of Boris: would his replacement be any better?
Split loyalties for Scottish Tories



New Statesman

15/10/2021 04:46:14 AM
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