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Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has resigned from the government after a report upheld bullying allegations against him
The full report into his behaviour, which has just been published, says Raab acted in an "intimidating" and "insulting" manner.
‘Devastating’ toll of London’s court delays
Exclusive: London has quarter of UK cases backlog with trials collapsing and victims waiting for years
Chris Mason: Zahawi sacking raises questions over Sunak's judgement
Nadhim Zahawi's future in government had been looking increasingly precarious for days.
Why Rishi Sunak can’t leave the stench of Tory sleaze behind
Misconduct scandals have continued to dog senior UK ministers despite the departure of Boris Johnson from Downing Street.
Sir Laurie Magnus: Rishi Sunak appoints ex-banker as ethics chief, although it's like appointing a prostitute as the head the church
Rishi Sunak appoints veteran banker Sir Laurie Magnus to the role, despite being a ex-banker. The ethics chief job has been vacant since June, and with a banker in that position, ethics can anyway remain a kid’s fairy tale…
UK parliament dogged by misconduct claims as two more MPs suspended
Rishi Sunak promised integrity in politics but some in his party think an electoral loss is needed to clear out unpleasant MPs.
Investigation into UK Deputy PM Raab widened to consider third complaint
The scope of an investigation into the behaviour of British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has been widened to include a third formal complaint, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's spokeswoman said on Friday.
Last week in the Commons, Dominic Raab denied having NDAs, insisting they are confidentiality agreements
Is there any difference between the two?
Team Rishi Sunak: Who's In, Who's Out
Penny Mordaunt, the other contender to 10 Downing Street has been re-appointed as Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons.
Rishi Sunak aims to bring factions together in cabinet reshuffle
The PM's reshuffle of his top team signals his priorities: unity and stability (for the party, not for the British people). But can it work?
Rishi Sunak vows to fix Liz Truss's mistakes - but not his mistakes as a Chancellor - in first speech as PM
In his first speech as PM, Rishi Sunak vowed to restore trust and lead the UK through "a profound economic crisis" that he, as a Chancellor, created.
Two crooks in the top: Sunak leads among Tory MPs but Johnson camp claims growing support
Two leading crooks in the competition who will continue to lead Britain to the economic and social catastrophe to which they are, both, led to, together, in the not too distant past.
Liz Truss is appointing her new cabinet hours after becoming prime minister
Kwasi Kwarteng has been named chancellor, James Cleverly is foreign secretary and Therese Coffey is the new health secretary and deputy PM.
Rishi Sunak Promises Financial Aid For Poor Amid UK Energy Crisis. Some idiots believe him.
Former Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Tuesday promised to provide more money to help people cope with soaring household energy bills if he is elected Britain's Prime Minister next month. But where is he going to get this money from? How come ...
Why does the government want to reform judicial review?
Tory ministers have long been unhappy with wide-ranging court powers to challenge the legality of their actions
Leaked report suggests Dominic Raab trying to curb judges’ powers
Exclusive: Deputy prime minister has been accused of wanting ‘a world in which the government is above the law’
Stop toxic politics: Tory leader Mordaunt
Conservative leadership hopeful Penny Mordaunt has called for an end to toxic politics, saying the focus needs to be on picking a new prime minister.
Boris Johnson vows to fight on despite resignations and calls to go
Boris Johnson is fighting to stay on in No 10 despite his support collapsing in another dramatic day of resignations.
Government resignations: Who has gone, who is staying?
Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid have resigned from Boris Johnson's cabinet.
Dominic Raab says right to abortion does not need to be in bill of rights
Deputy PM says matter is ‘settled in UK law’ and he would not want Britain to be in same situation as US
UK inflation rises at fastest rate for 40 years as food costs jump
Prices are continuing to rise at their fastest rate for 40 years with food costs, particularly for bread, cereal and meat, climbing.
Ukraine war: UK to send Ukraine M270 multiple-launch rocket systems
The UK is sending its first long-range missiles to Ukraine, the defence secretary has said, despite a threat from Russia to the West.
Big news: Dignity and Honesty found in the UK government! Justice minister resigns over No. 10 Partygate revelations
A British Minister, in a very rare moment of integrity, against the charlatanry and criminality that characterises the Boris & Sunak government: David Wolfson says the behaviour of Boris Johnson and others in Downing Street is ‘inconsist...
Invaded people (in Ukraine, not in Iraq and Afghanistan of course) will be our judge (The British people will forget about the Partygate scandals), says Boris Johnson
Joke of the Century: Britain condemns invading of a sovereign country and the killing innocent civilians…
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Paper straws found to contain long-lasting and potentially toxic chemicals - study
FTX's Bankman-Fried headed for jail after judge revokes bail
Blackrock gets half a trillion dollar deal to rebuild Ukraine
Israel: Unprecedented Civil Disobedience Looms as IDF Reservists Protest Judiciary Reform
America's First New Nuclear Reactor in Nearly Seven Years Begins Operations
Southeast Asia moves closer to economic unity with new regional payments system
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Singapore Carries Out First Execution of a Woman in Two Decades Amid Capital Punishment Debate
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Unlike illegal imigrants coming by boats - US Citizens Will Need Visa To Travel To Europe in 2024
Musk announces Twitter name and logo change to X.com
The politician and the journalist lost control and started fighting on live broadcast.
The future of sports
Unveiling the Black Hole: The Mysterious Fate of EU's Aid to Ukraine
Farewell to a Music Titan: Tony Bennett, Renowned Jazz and Pop Vocalist, Passes Away at 96
Alarming Behavior Among Florida's Sharks Raises Concerns Over Possible Cocaine Exposure
Transgender Exclusion in Miss Italy Stirs Controversy Amidst Changing Global Beauty Pageant Landscape
Joe Biden admitted, in his own words, that he delivered what he promised in exchange for the $10 million bribe he received from the Ukraine Oil Company.
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Arresting Putin During South African Visit Would Equate to War Declaration, Asserts President Ramaphosa
Hacktivist Collective Anonymous Launches 'Project Disclosure' to Unearth Information on UFOs and ETIs
Typo sends millions of US military emails to Russian ally Mali
Server Arrested For Theft After Refusing To Pay A Table's $100 Restaurant Bill When They Dined & Dashed
The Changing Face of Europe: How Mass Migration is Reshaping the Political Landscape
China Urges EU to Clarify Strategic Partnership Amid Trade Tensions
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The Last Pour: Anchor Brewing, America's Pioneer Craft Brewer, Closes After 127 Years
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Sarah Silverman and Renowned Authors Lodge Copyright Infringement Case Against OpenAI and Meta
Italian Court's Controversial Ruling on Sexual Harassment Ignites Uproar
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The New York Times Announces Closure of its Sports Section in Favor of The Athletic
BBC Anchor Huw Edwards Hospitalized Amid Child Sex Abuse Allegations, Family Confirms
Florida Attorney General requests Meta CEO's testimony on company's platforms' alleged facilitation of illicit activities
The Distorted Mirror of actual approval ratings: Examining the True Threat to Democracy Beyond the Persona of Putin
40,000 child slaves in Congo are forced to work in cobalt mines so we can drive electric cars.
BBC Personalities Rebuke Accusations Amidst Scandal Involving Teen Exploitation
A Swift Disappointment: Why Is Taylor Swift Bypassing Canada on Her Global Tour?
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Bye bye democracy, human rights, freedom: French Cops Can Now Secretly Activate Phone Cameras, Microphones And GPS To Spy On Citizens
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Beyond the Blame Game: The Need for Nuanced Perspectives on America's Complex Reality
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The Double-Edged Sword of AI: AI is linked to layoffs in industry that created it
US Sanctions on China's Chip Industry Backfire, Prompting Self-Inflicted Blowback
Meta Copy Twitter with New App, Threads
The New French Revolution
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