The government’s handling of the Northern Ireland protocol could spell trouble for the UK’s post-Brexit trade negotiations.
Prisoners in the UK are not allowed to vote. Their fate is a useful starting point for any backbencher wondering if it’s time to write a letter of no confidence in the prime minister.
The report on lockdown parties at Number 10 relied heavily on WhatsApp transcripts to show wrongdoing.
Instead of facing Sue Gray’s findings like a leader, the prime minister again engages in deceit, deflection and denial.
Boris Johnson’s Downing Street indulged in excessive drinking and parties while gathering was illegal – but is there enough evidence against the PM personally?
The ministerial code states that misleading parliament is a offence requiring a resignation. But it’s the prime minister himself who decides if the rule has been broken.
A citizens’ assembly calls for stronger sanctions for rule breaking MPs.
Sue Gray’s “update” reveals that 16 separate incidents have been investigated as part of inquiries into the behaviour of government staff during pandemic lockdowns.
When employers treat staff drinking problems as a health issue, they get much better results.