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What's a PM to do when even kids joke about his future?

The prime minister is fighting to stay in No 10 - and the next few days could prove decisive.

BBC license fee to be scrapped

Secretary of State for Culture Nadine Dorries said it’s time to debate ‘new ways of funding’

Johnson’s plan to dodge resignation uncovered by media

UK PM reportedly deciding which heads ‘should roll’ for him to survive lockdown parties scandal in a scheme dubbed ‘Operation Save Big Dog’

To save whatever Britain wrongly consider as “democracy”, the UK should kill its new police bill

If the bill becomes legislation as expected, British democracy will suffer a blow unprecedented in recent history.

'SNL': Joe Biden blames omicron, inflation and everything else on ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Joe Biden, played by James Austin Johnson on "SNL," knows who's really to blame for COVID's omicron surge, inflation and more issues facing Americans.

Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss launch 'phoney war' in bid to become next PM

TORY hotshots Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss have launched a “phoney war” in the race to seize the keys to No10.

Rare condition listed as possible side effect of Covid-19 shots

The EU’s drug watchdog is warning of a ‘very rare’ spinal cord inflammation possibly related to the AstraZeneca and J&J vaccines

Calls grow for UK PM to resign over lockdown ‘parties’

Staff at the official residence of British PM held ‘wine-time Fridays’ during coronavirus lockdowns, according to new revelations.

UK's Labour has biggest lead over Johnson's party since 2013-poll

Britain's opposition Labour Party has opened up its biggest lead over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's governing Conservatives since 2013 after an outcry over revelations of social gatherings at Downing Street during COVID-19 lockdowns, an opinion poll showed.

'Absolutely disgusted': grassroots UK Conservatives turning against PM Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing a revolt by grassroots Conservative supporters who want him to resign after a series of revelations about parties held at his official Downing Street residence during national coronavirus lockdowns.

Man holds synagogue attendees hostage in Texas: reports

US media report that a man is holding a number of people hostage in a synagogue in Texas. A SWAT team was responding to the situation, police said.

Tories will oust Boris Johnson if he tries to dodge ‘partygate’ blame

Conservative MPs could force PM out within weeks after furious reaction to Downing Street gatherings

Concern for UK security as anti-vaxxer groups evolve towards US-style militias

Counter-terrorism officials are monitoring movement amid military-style training and lurch towards violent extremism

Downing Street apologises to Queen over lockdown parties

Downing Street has apologised to Buckingham Palace for two staff parties in No 10 on the night before Prince Philip's funeral.

Boris Johnson's Apology To Queen Over celebrating Prince Philip with "BYOB" Party Before Prince Philip Funeral

"It's deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning and Number 10 has apologised to the palace," a spokesman at UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office told reporters.

Frontrunner For UK Prime Minister Post? Meet Indian-Origin Rishi Sunak

UK-born son of a pharmacist mother and a National Health Service (NHS) general practitioner (GP) father, Rishi Sunak is an Oxford University and Stanford graduate.

Crisis? What crisis? No 10 in ‘total denial’ about Boris Johnson’s fate

Analysis: There is heated debate about when the PM should go – but cabinet meeting avoided the subject altogether

Boris Johnson: Renewed calls for PM to resign after reports Number 10 staff partied on eve of Prince Philip's funeral

In fresh claims in the "partygate" crisis, it is alleged that around 30 Downing Street staff drank alcohol into the early hours at two events on 16 April. One attendee is reported to have been sent shopping with a suitcase to fill with bottles of wine.

Boris Johnson's staff accused of more rule-breaking parties inside No 10

Downing Street staff have been accused of holding two leaving parties in No 10 on the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.

Boris Johnson: Ministers rally round PM as he faces calls to quit

Cabinet ministers have pledged their support for Boris Johnson, as he faces calls to resign after admitting attending a drinks party in lockdown.

No 10 party inquiry will reveal ‘farcical’ culture, say Whitehall sources

Investigation by Sue Gray expected to unearth more lockdown drinks events in government buildings

Timeline: UK government’s alleged COVID rule-breaking parties

Al Jazeera tracks what happened where and when as UK officials face pressure over litany of controversial gatherings.

Churchill, Johnson and the farcical nostalgia for empire

Churchill’s vast historical record has long been misused, but current attempts to do so are particularly egregious.

Boris Johnson’s future on a knife edge after No 10 party apology

Senior Tories call on PM to resign after Downing Street garden party admission