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Raab turns the tables on BBC presenter with petrol price question

Justice secretary says he’s ‘making the point I’m right’ in exchange over whether he is in touch with ‘real world’

Queen remains ‘very much in charge’ even as Charles makes speech

Analysis: Despite watching from home on TV, constitutionally the monarch was still calling the shots

UK will do ‘whatever necessary’ to reform Northern Ireland Brexit protocol, says minister

Raab warns stability in Northern Ireland is being ‘imperilled’ by dispute over protocol agreed by Johnson

‘He is Mr Rules’: Labour denies leak shows Starmer broke lockdown laws

Tories claim document published in Mail on Sunday proves Labour leader is guilty of ‘rank double standards’

Keir Starmer guilty of hypocrisy over Durham lockdown event, says Dominic Raab

Dominic Raab has accused Sir Keir Starmer of "hypocrisy" after police launched an investigation into whether he breached Covid rules in 2021.

Northern Ireland protocol must be unlocked, British deputy prime minister says

British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday the political stability of Northern Ireland was in peril until problems with the protocol governing post-Brexit trade between the province and the rest of the United Kingdom were fixed.

Single-parent families ‘most exposed’ to cost of living crisis in Great Britain

Single-parent households have savings pot 20 times smaller than average figure, analysis shows

Russian TV says nuclear strike 'more probable' than losing in Ukraine

Margarita Simonyan, editor of state broadcaster RT and one of the Kremlin's highest-profile mouthpieces, declared on TV last night that the idea of Putin pressing the red button is 'more probable' than the idea that he will allow Russia to lose the war in Ukraine.

Ukraine war: Russia bans Boris Johnson from country over Ukraine war

Russia has banned Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior ministers from entering Russia over the UK's "hostile" stance on the war in Ukraine.

Big news: Dignity and Honesty found in the UK government! Justice minister resigns over No. 10 Partygate revelations

A British Minister, in a very rare moment of integrity, against the charlatanry and criminality that characterises the Boris & Sunak government: David Wolfson says the behaviour of Boris Johnson and others in Downing Street is ‘inconsistent with the rule of law’. The fact that everyone else is not doing the same thing, teaches us all what the level of stench of this political garbage is.

Battle still on to protect trans people under conversion ban, say Tory MPs

About 50 MPs could force government to back move to extend protections as Johnson criticised for ‘wrong signals’

Law Society defends Hong Kong’s judiciary after withdrawal of UK judges

Law Society president Chan Chak-ming says he wants to clarify ‘misconceptions about our judicial system’ after resignation of UK judges.

Public should know if PM’s wife gets police fine, says Keir Starmer

Labour leader says No 10 should own up if Carrie Johnson gets fixed-penalty notice over lockdown parties

Johnson refuses to admit lockdown rules were broken in Downing Street

Dominic Raab says there were ‘clearly breaches’, but PM says he won’t give ‘running commentary’

Boris Johnson must resign over lawbreaking at No 10 - Starmer

Boris Johnson must resign as prime minister over "widespread criminality" in Downing Street during lockdown, Sir Keir Starmer has said.

Dominic Raab to appeal against release of Baby P’s mother from prison

Parole Board directs release of Tracey Connelly, jailed in 2009 over death of son who suffered months abuse

Raab says UK bill of rights will stop free speech being ‘whittled away by wokery’

Deputy PM says proposals to replace the Human Rights Act will enable principle of free speech to be a legal ‘trump card’

Boris Johnson was warned of Lebedev security concerns, says Cummings

Dominic Cummings has said he was present when Boris Johnson was told of security concerns about his plan to award a peerage to Evgeny Lebedev.

Homes for Ukraine refugee scheme launches in UK

The government has launched its Homes for Ukraine site for those wanting to host a refugee, with 43,800 signing up in the first five hours.

Britain backs ICC 'to the hilt' in Ukraine war crimes inquiry

Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Monday Britain backed an International Criminal Court investigation into allegations of war crimes in Ukraine "to the hilt", and that the ICC should be offered extra support by member countries.

Don't fight in Ukraine - military boss tells Britons

Britons should not head to Ukraine to fight and should instead help however they can from the UK, the head of the armed forces has said.

Ukraine war: Investigate claim PM intervened to help Evgeny Lebedev get peerage, says Starmer

Sir Keir Starmer has called for a senior parliamentary committee to investigate claims Boris Johnson pushed for a Russian-born businessman to get a peerage, despite security concerns.

Johnson steps up Ukraine support but is accused of slowness on Russian dirty money

Emergency laws due to be rushed through Commons but ministers warned measures contain loopholes