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Britain’s prime minister Boris Johnson  in the House of Commons in London on Wednesday. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/UK Parliament/AFP via Getty

As one European country after another moves closer to a second coronavirus lockdown, Boris Johnson is treading a narrow path between scientific eviden(...)

 Keir Starmer’s Labour now has a three-point lead over the Conservatives, according to the latest Opinium poll. Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

The British Labour Party has recorded its first poll lead since Boris Johnson became UK prime minister, marking an extraordinary changes in fortunes f(...)

A masked waiter serves in a restaurant in Covent Garden in London on Tuesday. The British government has said all pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues in England must have a 10pm closing time from Thursday. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

Boris Johnson was grave as he told MPs on Tuesday about his six-month coronavirus clampdown and for the most part emollient in answering their questio(...)

Theresa May: “I think the government is putting the integrity of the UK at risk.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Theresa May has told MPs she will vote against a Bill that gives British ministers the power to break international law by reneging on parts of the Br(...)

Former British ambassaror to the EU Ivan Rogers in Dublin in March last year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill /The Irish Times

Britain’s former ambassador to the European Union Ivan Rogers has predicted that Britain will leave the post-Brexit transition at the end of this year(...)

Michel Barnier, the European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator, in London last week.  Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

Across the European Union, a grim acceptance is taking hold that London may not wish to reach a deal, and that the British government’s actions may ha(...)

Former Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke arriving at Southwark Crown Court in London to be sentenced for three counts of sexual assault. Photograph: Kirsty O’Connor/PA Wire

A former British MP has been described by a judge as a “sexual predator” who “told a pack of lies” as he was jailed for two years for sexually assault(...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson listens as former Labour leader Ed Miliband speaks in the debate on the Internal Market Bill in the House of Commons on Monday. Photograph: PRU/AFP via Getty Images

It is unusual for a prime minister to open a debate on the second reading of a bill in the House of Commons and Boris Johnson’s last-minute decision t(...)

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(...)

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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