31 January 2022
Have your cake and eat it too: Boris Johnson's lockdown birthday party
Sue Gray’s investigation into the prime minister’s lockdown parties is set to be published any day now. The PM however has managed to find himself embroiled in yet another political scandal in the interim, surrounding celebrations for his 56th.
24 January 2022
The political playground: blackmail, bullying and conspiracies at Number 10
Boris Johnson’s ‘Partygate’ scandal has been accused of disintegrating the culture at Downing Street. Yet a look into the prime minister’s past and the company he keeps reveals this is not unprecedented, something past accusations have highlighted.
26 November 2021
UK government taken to court by young climate defenders over environmental failings
Three climate activists have accused Boris Johnson and the UK government of breaching their human rights by failing to commit to meaningful climate action.
29 July 2021
Government announces 'Beating Crime Plan'
The government’s proposals to tackle crime include the relaxing of stop and search rules and electronic tagging on burglars after their release.
31 December 2019
10 big news stories from 2019
Protests, deaths and elections; 2019 was another eventful year. We have pulled out 10 of the biggest stories from the last 12 months for you to look back on
30 October 2019
General election called for 12 December
Boris Johnson gets his election on the fourth time of asking
24 September 2019
Prorogation is unlawful, void and of no effect
The Supreme Court has ruled that the extended prorogation made by the Government was unlawful
29 August 2019
What does prorogation mean, and how will this impact Brexit?
Johnson’s decision for an extended Parliamentary recess has worrying implications for democracy
23 July 2019
Boris Johnson is the new Prime Minister
MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip will replace Theresa May as party leader and Prime Minister