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 British prime minister Boris Johnson: “For hundreds of years, MPs have gone to parliament and also done work as doctors, lawyers or soldiers or firefighters or writers, or all sorts of other trades and callings.” Photograph: Robert Perry

Boris Johnson has told the world’s media that Britain is not a corrupt country despite the controversy over Conservative MPs’ paid lobbying and other (...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson. Photograph: PRU/AFP via Getty

Boris Johnson attempted to quell a burgeoning Conservative backbench rebellion on Monday, telling MPs his plan to break international law was necessar(...)

David Cameron:  “Passing an act of parliament and then going on to break an international treaty obligation is the very very last thing you should contemplate, it should be an absolute final resort.” Photograph:  Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images

David Cameron has joined all the other former living UK prime ministers in criticising Boris Johnson’s internal market Bill, that ministers admit will(...)

Chancellor of the exchequer Sajid Javid leaves 11 Downing Street. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty

Outgoing chancellor Sajid Javid has warned Boris Johnson not to undermine the credibility of the treasury as the prime minister’s team took effective (...)

Sajid Javid on his way to meet Boris Johnson in London on Thursday. Photograph:  Leon Neal/Getty Images

Sajid Javid has abruptly quit as UK chancellor after a brutal power struggle with prime minister Boris Johnson and his top adviser Dominic Cummings ov(...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson  in the House of Commons: he   said it was right that foreign national offenders should be deported ‘in accordance with the law’. Photograph:  Jessica Taylor/AFP via Getty Images

Jeremy Corbyn has used Boris Johnson’s personal history to accuse the prime minister of hypocrisy in deporting to Jamaica black men convicted of drug (...)

 Businesswoman Gina Miller, who brought a legal challenge over the suspension of parliament, outside the supreme court on Tuesday after a ruling that prime minister Boris Johnson’s prorogation of parliament was unlawful. Photograph: Hollie Adams/Getty Images

Jeremy Corbyn has promised that when MPs return to Westminster on Wednesday, they will hold Boris Johnson to account for his unlawful attempt to suspe(...)

Boris Johnson visits a JD Wetherspoon pub as part of his  Conservative Party leadership campaign tour, in London. As the frontrunner he is expected to become prime minister on June 24th. Photograph: Henry Nicholls/Pool via Bloomberg

 Theresa May abstained on Tuesday in votes on amendments to a Northern Ireland Bill that would extend same-sex marriage and abortion rights to th(...)

British prime minister Theresa May speaks during prime minister’s questions in the House of Commons  on Wednesday. Photograph: Mark Duffy/ EPA

Theresa May’s decision to rule out a no-deal Brexit, tear up her red lines and seek a compromise deal with Jeremy Corbyn prompted just two junior mini(...)

UK prime minister Theresa May and attorney general Geoffrey Cox at the Brexit debate in the House of Commons. Photograph: UK Parliament/Mark Duffy/PA Wire

Friday’s vote on the withdrawal agreement was the narrowest defeat Theresa May’s Brexit deal has suffered in the House of Commons, but the margin of (...)

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