Boris Johnson pays tribute to murdered Tory MP
Prime minister Boris Johnson has paid tribute to murdered MP Sir David Amess as "one of the kindest, nicest, most gentle people in politics".
The Guardian view on social mobility: don't turn it into a culture war | Editorial
t least the government knows that it has a social mobility problem.
The Pandora papers have exposed the 'for sale' sign hanging over Britain | Margaret Hodge
here's a "for sale" sign hanging over Britain. The Pandora papers have exposed how secrecy, influence, property and other assets are freely available to the highest bidder.
UK Labour chief struggles for impact despite Johnson's woes
Britain's Conservative government is beset with problems, from a still-rumbling coronavirus pandemic to a fuel crisis that's draining gas pumps across the country.
UK Labour politician defends caling government 'scum'
The deputy leader of Britain's main opposition party refused Sunday to apologize for calling the governing Conservatives "scum."
The sorrowful dominatrix: cartoonists Steve Bell and Martin Rowson on drawing Angela Merkel
'She turned out to be interesting rather than easy': Steve Bell
Johnson's reshuffle rewards Brexiters, culture warriors and key fixers
Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle has included the promotion of culture warriors, more rightwingers and a string of his "Brexiteer mates", but his supporters claim the shake-up was more about getting key fixers in place to deliver policy before the next election.
Why Dorries and Dowden have been awarded top jobs in the reshuffle
As a practical result of the cabinet reshuffle, Britain will soon have to get much more used to the voices of two previously relatively low-key politicians - the former secretary of state for culture, media and sport, Oliver Dowden, and his surprising successor, Nadine Dorries, whose announcement was an unusually well-kept secret in this notoriously leaky administration.
No 10 trusts 'Olive' Dowden to oil wheels of CCHQ for next election
Boris Johnson's newly appointed Conservative party chair Oliver Dowden hopes to model himself on one of his most high-profile predecessors, Cecil Parkinson, Margaret Thatcher's right-hand man, as he readies the party for the next general election, his allies say.
What new culture secretary Nadine Dorries has said about BBC, books - and pantomimes
Once covered in bugs on on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here, Tory MP Nadine Dorries is now in charge of Britain's arts and media having been Culture Secretary in Boris Johnson's reshuffle.