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Kay Burley ’empty chairs’ James Cleverly after Tory chairman’s no-show

Sky News presenter Kay Burley gave Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly the “empty chair” treatment after claiming he had missed a planned appearance on...

Jacob Rees-Mogg apologises over Grenfell ‘common sense’ comments

Jacob Rees-Mogg has “profoundly” apologised for suggesting Grenfell victims should have used “common sense” and ignored fire service guidance not to leave the burning...

Nigel Farage says he will ‘hurt the Labour vote’ in General Election

Nigel Farage has said his Brexit Party will hurt Labour in “the most extraordinary way” in the forthcoming General Election in Britain. Mr Farage has...

Boris Johnson expected to ask MPs once again to vote for early general election

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to call on MPs once again to support his quest for a pre-Christmas election in order to...

Boris Johnson warned his words connecting Jo Cox to Brexit ‘have consequences’

Tracey Brabin, who succeeded Mrs Cox as MP for Batley and Spen following her 2016 murder, said Mr Johnson needed to remember “his words...

Rees-Mogg denies attempt to mislead Queen over UK Parliament’s suspension

A member of Boris Johnson’s Cabinet has insisted the Queen was “in no way misled” over the decision to suspend Parliament. The UK's Commons Leader...

Outrage over suspension of Parliament dismissed as ‘phoney’ by Jacob Rees-Mogg

Outrage triggered by the Prime Minister’s decision to suspend Parliament has been dismissed as “phoney” by Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg. The leading Brexiteer...

Government ‘intensifies planning’ approving £2bn no-deal Brexit funding

A £2.1 billion funding boost for no-deal Brexit preparations is part of the British Government’s plan to show Brussels that it will not be...

Rees-Mogg issues rules to new staff including list of banned words and requirement to use imperial measurements

Leader of the UK's House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg has issued a set of rules for staff in his office to follow, including a...

May urges successor to seek Brexit agreement as fears of no-deal grow

The next British prime minister should strive to reach a Brexit deal, Theresa May has said as the race to succeed her entered its...

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