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Robert Jenrick admits deliberately helping Tory donor avoid £45m tax bill by rushing through housing developmentEmbattled housing minister Robert Jenrick has admitted that he deliberately helped a Tory donor avoid paying a new tax on his housing development, and that this was the right thing to do.
Tories running targeted anti-immigration ad campaign against Labour MPs in marginal seatsParty quietly building contact database of anti-immigration voters in key targets
Boris Johnson said he 'loved' fox hunting in a 'semi-sexual' way and encouraged illegal hunts to ignore banArticle written while prime minister was a Tory MP describes ban on killings as 'brutal and pointless'
Julian Lewis loses Tory whip after beating Chris Grayling to intelligence committee chairmanshipJulian Lewis is reportedly to lose the Tory whip after winning the chairmanship of the intelligence committee, snatching it from the hands of Downing Street's preferred choice, Chris Grayling.
'I'm never voting Tory again' Conservative activists destroy membership cards over mandatory mask wearingBut public and scientists support measure to stop spread of coronavirus
Former MP Charlie Elphicke shouted 'I'm a naughty Tory' after assaulting woman, jury toldElphicke is accused of sexually assaulting two other women in 2007 and 2016
Coronavirus: Majority of Tory voters want government to consider four-day working weekExclusive: Poll shows nearly two-thirds of public want government to explore radical concept to help economy recover from Covid-19
Tories are all talk on revamping Britain's infrastructure, Keir Starmer claims as Johnson to announce school planBoris Johnson announces £1bn investment in schools ahead of major speech on Tuesday
Labour call for sleaze watchdog investigation into Robert Jenrick over £1bn planning row involving billionaire Tory donorStandards commissioner asked to probe if housing secretary breached MPs' code of conduct in dealings with Richard Desmond
Government 'abandons plans to give Robert Jenrick more power over planning decisions'Housing secretary also facing claims he met with another billionaire Tory donor while considering funding decision as treasury secretary in 2018
UK politics news – live: Robert Jenrick faces calls to resign as texts reveal minister 'insistent' Tory donor's £1bn development rushed throughFollow here for the latest developments
Jenrick faces calls to resign after planning documents released in Tory donor rowDocuments reveal housing secretary was 'insistent' development was agreed to before new levy would cost Richard Desmond millions of pounds
Robert Jenrick 'insistent' £1bn property development decision rushed through before Tory donor forced to pay extra taxesRobert Jenrick was "insistent" that a decision on a contentious £1bn property development was rushed through before a Tory donor's company faced millions in new taxes, new papers reveal.
Robert Jenrick to release documents relating to £1bn property row involving Tory donor after pressure from LabourThe housing secretary has promised to release documents relating to the controversial approval of a £1bn property development involving a Tory Party donor.
Tory donor 'showed housing secretary promotional video' before he approved developmentRichard Desmond says cabinet minister watched promotion video for 'three or four minutes'
Black Lives Matter: Education minister says he would take the knee, after Dominic Raab ruled it outTory MP Nick Gibb to make anti-racism gesture 'in the right circumstances'
Boris Johnson told 'absolutely critical' to engage more with backbench Tories after series of U-turnsTreasurer of 1922 committee of Tory backbenchers says it's 'absolutely critical' for PM to engage with MPs
Shaun Bailey will not be replaced as Tory London mayor candidate despite flagging in polls, says ministerClaims of plot to replace candidate dismissed as 'rubbish' by senior Tory
Tory MP says historical figures 'didn't know any better' in apparent defence of slave trader Edward ColstonFormer leader of Liberal Democrats among those critical of Twitter message
Tory MP Bob Seely apologises for attending lockdown-breaking barbeque with journalistsA Conservative MP has apologised after attending a barbeque where at least four other people were present against lockdown rules.
George Floyd protests: Tory MP replies to constituent asking him to condemn Trump's actions, 'Arsonists and looters have it coming'Constituent asked Tory MP to support Black Lives Matter movement
Robert Jenrick: Police assess complaint over minister who approved Tory donor's £1bn housing schemeThe Metropolitan Police have confirmed they are "assessing" an allegation involving housing secretary Robert Jenrick and his decision to green light a controversial £1bn east London development.
Questions remain over whether Huawei should help to build UK's 5G network, says Lisa NandyExclusive: Speaking to The Independent, shadow foreign secretary also accuses Tories of 'naive' approach to China over past decade
Douglas Ross: Tory minister resigns in protest at Dominic Cummings lockdown rowA Tory minister has resigned in protest at the row over Dominic Cummings' alleged breach of coronavirus lockdown rules.
UK politics news – live: No 10 mounts aggressive defence of Dominic Cummings as first Tory MP calls for him to stand downFollow all the latest updates
Boris Johnson majority cut to 24 as PM suffers embarrassing revolt as Tory MPs vote to end Huawei involvement in 5G networkBoris Johnson has suffered his first damaging backbench revolt since his election triumph, as Tory MPs demanded an end to Huawei's involvement in Britain's 5G network.
Boris Johnson warned over 'really ill-judged' language on women and ethnic minorities by senior ToryNew chair of parliament's Woman and Equalities Committee Caroline Nokes singles out PM's widely condemned comparison of women wearing niqabs to 'letter boxes'
Tories raise more money from wealthy donors than all other political parties with £37m election drivess
Tory MPs turn on Boris Johnson over plot to 'destroy the BBC''This would smash the BBC and turn it from being a universal broadcaster to one that would just work for its subscribers,' warns Tory MP
Tories to reinstate all 3,000 bus routes axed in spending cuts, claims transport secretaryGrant Shapps also predicts golden age of air-conditioned buses, 5G access and 'calling one up on your app'
Senior Tory triggers alarm over failure to commit to key European human rights convention'Our institutions of liberal democracy—the BBC, the judiciary and the civil service—are under attack', warns Labour MP
'I'd rather die in a ditch': New Tory MPs told they are not welcome at miners' gala'We never saw Arthur Scargill invited to the Tory party conference,' he says
New Tory MPs 'not welcome' at Durham Miners' GalaA Durham miners' official paraphrases Boris Johnson saying he'd rather "die in a ditch" than invite Tories.
Boris Johnson news – live: Tory plan for £120m 'Festival of Brexit' ridiculed as waste of money, as Labour candidates scramble for support ahead of deadlineFollow all the latest developments
Tories vote down plan to help reunite unaccompanied child refugees with UK familiesBid to force Boris Johnson to act thrown out - despite charities warning youngsters are in danger as they are forced to turn to smugglers
BBC general election coverage draws more complaints from Tory supporters than LabourBoris Johnson's interview with Andrew Marr prompted most complaints during weeks before 12 December vote
Nigel Farage concedes Brexiteers must prepare to make concessions ahead of trade talksBrexit Party leader also rejects suggestions he denied Tories a three-figure Commons majority
Iain Duncan Smith knighted in New Year's Honours despite fury at Tory welfare policiesCritics say ex-Tory leader's ennoblement 'beggars belief' after record on universal credit
Tories urge Boris Johnson to 'change course' on HS2 amid fears project could reach 12-figure costNewly elected MPs in Labour's 'red wall' warn business case for project is collapsing
Senior Tory who grabbed female climate protester by throat breached ministerial code, inquiry findsBoris Johnson had dropped an investigation - allowing Mark Field to leave the Commons quietly
'Get Brexit done': Wealthy Tory donors buying EU citizenship for themselves, documents revealCyprus 'golden passport' scheme can secure EU nationality for just two million euros
Tories raised three times more in big donations than Labour during election campaignThe Conservatives registered more than three times as much in large donations as Labour during the general election campaign, new figures have revealed.
Sturgeon warns 'democracy will prevail' as SNP pushes for second referendum'Scotland made it very clear last week it does not want a Tory Government led by Boris Johnson taking us out of the European Union'
Tory Islamophobia inquiry runs into trouble as Conservative peer criticises academic appointed to head itSayeeda Warsi raises questions about professor's comments about conflict in Kashmir
Tories won more working class votes than Labour amid stark generation gap at general election, poll suggestsBoris Johnson's party out-polled Labour by double-digit figures among both manual workers and households with incomes below £20,000
More than 100 charities join senior Tories in urging Boris Johnson to abandon plans to axe foreign aid departmentPrime minister warned expected post-election shake-up will inevitably lead to less aid reaching the world's poverty blackspots
Senior Tories turn on Boris Johnson over plan to abolish department that helps world's poorest after election winTwo former ministers speak out - warning both efforts to relieve global poverty and keep UK secure will be hit