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Boris Johnson to face MPs over partygate – but what is ‘misleading parliament’ and why is it so serious?5 min read
Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing questions from MPs about allegations of misleading Parliament. Misleading Parliament is an offence that could carry serious consequences.
Windsor framework: Why Rishi Sunak was able to secure the Brexit deal that others couldn’t5 min read
The Windsor Framework marks a positive turning point for EU-UK relations. It amends the text and provisions of the Northern Ireland protocol without changing the fundamentals of the 2019 withdrawal agreement.
The real cancel culture is Tory cancel culture5 min read
The Tories are using cancel culture as a tool to silence dissenting voices and stifle democracy. They are placing laws, curbing free press and cancelling initiatives & services to further their own interests.
Sue Gray quitting to work for Keir Starmer does cause problems for the civil service – It’s also a sign she thinks he’s heading for government5 min read
Sue Gray’s departure from the civil service to work for Keir Starmer has raised concerns about impartiality – but it is also a sign of her faith in Starmer’s leadership.
Budget 2023: Government needs to show it can jack up growth to regain economic credibility6 min read
Jeremy Hunt steadied the ship in the autumn. Can he now turn around the Conservatives’ electoral fortunes?
The Gary Lineker controversy6 min read
The incident has been widely reported and discussed in the media recently, yet for clarity, here is an overview of the dispute that has captivated the BBC for days and started when Gary Lineker tweeted his views on the government's new immigration legislation.
Will the BBC regret suspending Gary Lineker?3 min read
Former BBC Director General believes the BBC’s suspension of Gary Lineker from hosting Match of the Day is a grave mistake and will be seen as an act of government pressure.