PM may be abroad but he can't escape enormity of first ballot box test since confidence vote

PM may be abroad but he can't escape enormity of first ballot box test since confidence vote
SkyNews.com | Politics

The prime minister may be out of the UK for eight days as he embarks on a diplomatic tour taking in a triumvirate of summits - CHOGM, the G7 and NATO - but he cannot escape the enormity of what's happening back home in his first ballot box test since this month's confidence vote in his leadership.

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SkyNews.com | 02. 07. 2022 11:10:17 | Politics

A shadow minister has claimed that Parliament is "not a safe place to work" amid controversy surrounding the resignation of the deputy chief whip over groping allegations.

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SkyNews.com | 02. 07. 2022 07:00:28 | Politics

Boris Johnson is facing questions over his delay in suspending former deputy chief whip Chris Pincher from the parliamentary party over an allegation that he drunkenly groped two men.

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BBC.co.uk | 02. 07. 2022 05:15:13 | Politics

The former Tory MP resigned after being accused of groping two men in a private members' club.

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SkyNews.com | 01. 07. 2022 20:50:15 | Politics

Pincher: the name sounds like a character from a Jeffrey Archer novel or the TV drama House of Cards.

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SkyNews.com | 01. 07. 2022 18:40:14 | Politics

Boris Johnson enjoyed a traditional haka performance in the Downing Street garden when he welcomed his New Zealand counterpart Jacinda Ardern.

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BBC.co.uk | 01. 07. 2022 18:15:13 | Politics

The former deputy chief whip will no longer sit as a Conservative MP, after allegations he groped two men.

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SkyNews.com | 01. 07. 2022 18:10:15 | Politics

A Tory MP accused of drunkenly groping two men has been suspended by the party.

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BBC.co.uk | 01. 07. 2022 17:40:17 | Politics

Lisa Forbes hoped to seek re-election but Labour had concerns about social media posts she engaged with.

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SkyNews.com | 01. 07. 2022 15:30:21 | Politics

Boris Johnson has rejected calling a snap election after fuelling speculation he could go to the country early.

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SkyNews.com | 01. 07. 2022 15:30:21 | Politics

Boris Johnson is facing mounting pressure over groping claims against a Conservative whip, as two senior female MPs demand a "zero tolerance" approach to sexual misconduct in the party.

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BBC.co.uk | 01. 07. 2022 13:15:19 | Politics

David Lammy has said going to a football game with Sir Keir Starmer was a "terrible evening".

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BBC.co.uk | 01. 07. 2022 12:25:10 | Politics

The Conservatives are facing pressure to suspend Chris Pincher and launch a formal investigation.

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SkyNews.com | 01. 07. 2022 09:00:28 | Politics

A cabinet minister has refused to be drawn on the future of a Tory MP who allegedly groped two men, as Labour demands he is stripped of the party whip.

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SkyNews.com | 01. 07. 2022 02:05:31 | Politics

New figures have revealed the Department for International Trade only has enough desk space to accommodate 22% of its staff in the office - despite a government push to get civil servants to stop working from home.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 21:50:15 | Politics

Sky News' political editor Beth Rigby is back from reporting on the prime minister's trip to the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Rwanda.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 21:00:24 | Politics

Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey has said she would "prefer that people didn't have abortions" - but added that the law in the UK was not going to change.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 20:40:12 | Politics

The government must stop gambling companies who "get away with literal murder" by introducing a levy to pay for addiction treatment, says Sir Iain Duncan Smith.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 19:00:34 | Politics

The EU's top court ruled in March the UK had not done enough to prevent fraud on Chinese imports.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 18:40:16 | Politics

Mike Amesbury says he is standing down from Keir Starmer's front bench to focus on his constituents.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 17:55:09 | Politics

Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries has dropped the ball during a rugby event - by getting the sport's rival codes mixed up.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 16:55:12 | Politics

Culture secretary Nadine Dorries confuses the two rugby codes in a speech at a Rugby League World Cup event in St Helens.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 15:40:17 | Politics

Russia's president says it would be "disgusting" to see leaders who mocked his macho image strip off.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 14:30:28 | Politics

Britain wants to give Ukraine the “means to repel the Russians, to expel the Russians” from its territory, says the UK PM.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 14:05:12 | Politics

The UK government will spend 2.5% of GDP on defence by 2030, Boris Johnson has announced, as NATO's secretary general warned that the alliance must stand up to Vladimir Putin.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 12:10:16 | Politics

Dominic Raab claims Labour's deputy leader has "flip flopped" over the rail strikes.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 12:00:27 | Politics

Former SNP MP Natalie McGarry has been jailed for two years after being found guilty of embezzling almost £25,000 from two pro-independence groups.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 11:40:15 | Politics

Welsh ministers protest after some of £1bn military aid comes from cash for Welsh public services.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 11:35:10 | Politics

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss says Western countries need to "learn the lessons" of the war in Ukraine.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 09:55:12 | Politics

NATO members must make it their "absolute priority" to stop the Ukraine war and push Russian troops out of the country - or face a "much less safe Europe", the foreign secretary has warned.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 04:25:09 | Politics

"Dirty money" from Russia is still flowing into the UK despite the war in Ukraine, MPs have warned.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 03:15:14 | Politics

Gordon Brown has claimed that Britain is "at war with America over Ireland" - amid opposition from US politicians over plans to tear up the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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SkyNews.com | 30. 06. 2022 02:55:12 | Politics

MPs should not bring babies into the Commons chamber, despite calls from some politicians, a committee has said.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 01:15:15 | Politics

A review was ordered after an MP was told she could not bring her new-born son into a debate.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 00:25:11 | Politics

The debate over Scotland's future has been scrambled by factors such as Brexit and the pandemic.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 00:20:12 | Politics

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator attacks UK efforts to change Northern Ireland border rules.

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SkyNews.com | 29. 06. 2022 22:20:16 | Politics

European Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic said it was "high time we got Brexit done" as he fired the latest salvo against Boris Johnson's government over the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 19:30:25 | Politics

A mooted new political club has been gaining traction among European leaders - but is it realistic?

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 17:50:15 | Politics

There's a vitality to the Nato summit, which is borne of necessity in addressing the threat from Russia.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 17:20:16 | Politics

The inquiry will examine whether Boris Johnson deliberately lied about lockdown parties at No 10.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 17:10:18 | Politics

Here's the deputy PM and Labour's deputy leader facing off across the despatch box.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 16:10:17 | Politics

Justice Secretary Dominic Raab says a new law on rights does not need to protect access to abortion.

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SkyNews.com | 29. 06. 2022 16:00:31 | Politics

The investigation into whether Boris Johnson deliberately misled parliament over the partygate scandal has begun with a call for evidence - and individuals will be allowed to contribute to the inquiry anonymously.

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SkyNews.com | 29. 06. 2022 15:20:14 | Politics

Dominic Raab has said he will not back a proposed amendment to the British Bill of Rights which would give women the fundamental right to an abortion.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 14:45:17 | Politics

Rosie Duffield calls on the government to enshrine in law "a woman's right to choose".

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 14:15:16 | Politics

Dominic Raab says it is "not the right time for another referendum" with the challenges faced by "one United Kingdom".

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 12:30:30 | Politics

The UK prime minister calls Putin's "crazy, macho" invasion a "perfect example of toxic masculinity".

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SkyNews.com | 29. 06. 2022 12:10:14 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 29. 06. 2022 11:25:11 | Politics

Boris Johnson is expected to tell NATO members to "dig deep" and prepare for a more dangerous decade with increased threats.

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SkyNews.com | 29. 06. 2022 10:40:16 | Politics

Nicola Sturgeon has said she is doing "the responsible thing" as she pursues a second referendum on Scottish independence - and has contested whether the right to call a vote lies with the UK's Supreme Court.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 08:45:15 | Politics

Traditional tourist areas of England have seen local people hit by soaring property prices.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 05:10:16 | Politics

Boris Johnson says the Russian president's war in Ukraine is a "perfect example of toxic masculinity".

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SkyNews.com | 28. 06. 2022 21:05:11 | Politics

Nadine Dorries has said she expects sporting bodies to reserve competitive women's sport "for people born of the female sex" after holding a meeting with a number of governing bodies.

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BBC.co.uk | 28. 06. 2022 20:10:16 | Politics

Top civil servant Simon Case says a disciplinary process over Covid rule-breaking is ongoing.

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SkyNews.com | 28. 06. 2022 18:10:16 | Politics

An anti-Brexit protester has had his amplifiers seized from him outside Parliament in line with new laws that came into force on Tuesday.

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BBC.co.uk | 28. 06. 2022 17:30:26 | Politics

Protester Steve Bray reacts to police removing his amplifier after his noisy protest outside Parliament.

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BBC.co.uk | 28. 06. 2022 16:55:11 | Politics

The foreign secretary tells MPs she raised concerns with Gulf leaders but doesn't detail specifics.

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SkyNews.com | 28. 06. 2022 16:50:15 | Politics

Appointing civil servants to investigate the prime minister's conduct puts them "in a genuinely difficult position", says the Cabinet Secretary.

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SkyNews.com | 28. 06. 2022 15:55:11 | Politics

Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed plans for a "consultative referendum" as the first minister outlined when a proposed vote on Scottish independence should take place.

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BBC.co.uk | 28. 06. 2022 15:45:15 | Politics

The foreign secretary says she is "trying to remember" when asked to name which human rights issues she has raised with Gulf state leaders.

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BBC.co.uk | 28. 06. 2022 14:30:32 | Politics

The British prime minister says the missile strike brought a sombre mood and unity to the G7 summit.

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