UK prime minister Boris Johnson on the second day of his government reshuffle. Photograph: Handout/AFP via Getty

Boris Johnson has sacked a number of experienced junior ministers on the second day of his government reshuffle, and appointed Belfast-born Conor Burn(...)

Dominic Raab: was demoted to justice secretary but given the title of deputy prime minister. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Boris Johnson has removed Dominic Raab as foreign secretary and sacked three cabinet ministers in a major reshuffle of his ministerial team. Mr Raab,(...)

Priti Patel is to introduce new laws which campaigners say could see thousands of refugees turned away and vulnerable migrants criminalised for seeking a better life. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Ministers in the UK are to reveal proposals for a suite of new laws paving the way for offshore centres for asylum seekers and criminal charges for mi(...)

Former House of Commons  speaker John Bercow: “I identify with Labour values, Labour principles, Labour policies.” Photograph:   Jessica Taylor/UK Parliament/AFP via Getty Images

John Bercow has denied discussing the prospect of a peerage with Sir Keir Starmer after the former Commons speaker and Tory MP defected to the Labour (...)

People attend a vigil by a band stand in Clapham Common, London, after the Reclaim These Streets vigil for Sarah Everard was officially cancelled in London, Britain, March 13th, 2021. Photograph: Joshua Bratt/EPA

British prime minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday he was deeply concerned at footage of police breaking up a weekend vigil for a murdered woman that(...)

Global equities soared 18 per cent last year in the face of a pandemic-induced earnings collapse. Photograph: iStock

The crazed action in GameStop and other stocks is viewed by many commentators as further proof that things are getting seriously bubbly right now. Bo(...)

In a call with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, above,  and European Council president Charles Michel on Wednesday night, Boris  Johnson said he would reflect before setting out the UK’s next steps in the light of his statement of September 7th. Photograph: AP

Boris Johnson has reaffirmed his threat to walk away from talks with the European Union this week if the two sides are not closing in on a free trade (...)

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(...)

UK’s chief Brexit negotiator, David Frost. Photograph: Aaron Chown/PA

Boris Johnson faces a Conservative backbench rebellion on Monday when MPs debate a Bill his government admits will break international law by overridi(...)

The two former British prime ministers wrote  a joint letter published by the Sunday Times newspaper

Former British prime ministers Tony Blair and John Major on Sunday said the United Kingdom must drop a “shocking” plan to pass legislation that break(...)

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