Boris Johnson has 'full confidence' in beleaguered Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick, Downing Street says
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Robert Jenrick: Case not 'closed' over minister's approval of controversial development, MPs warnCommons committee says there were 'serious mistakes' in Westferry cases and presents housing secretary with 26 new questions to answer
Labour demands explanation from Robert Jenrick over meeting with 'family friend' with potential interest in mining projectHousing secretary already under pressure over decision on £1bn Richard Desmond property plan
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
UK politics news – live: Keir Starmer sacks Rebecca Long-Bailey in row over 'antisemitic' comments by actress in Independent interview as Jenrick property row deepensMomentum founder says Starmer needs to 'rebuild trust' with party's left Starmer says Long-Bailey's actions 'did not further cause of rebuilding trust with..
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
All you need to know from the July 3 coronavirus briefing
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PM addresses public ahead of further lockdown easing
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Coronavirus: England lockdown easing 'biggest step yet', says PMBoris Johnson says the public must not let businesses down when they reopen on Saturday.
No 'perfect way' to end lockdown, chief medical officer says ahead of pubs reopeningBoris Johnson urges public to 'enjoy summer safely'
Starmer supports govt’s action on Hong Kong security law
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Ed Miliband says Labour should not downgrade climate change policiesComments come after Keir Starmer's office suggested 2030 target could be pushed back
PMQs: Johnson and Starmer clash over Leicester lockdown
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Boris Johnson just used PMQs to demand praise for the towering failures he thinks he hasn't hadIt was, as always, Keir Starmer's fault for failing to focus on the dwindling number of things the prime minister hasn't got wrong
Boris Johnson to 'introduce White House-style televised press briefings' in overhaul of No 10 communicationsDowning Street is expected to recruit experienced broadcaster to front questions from press
UK PM plans daily White House-style press briefingsThe televised format is expected to be brought in by October, a Downing Street source says.
Coronavirus: Parents should 'control their teenagers' to prevent second wave, top medical adviser urgesFuture pandemic spike cannot be ruled out, deputy chief medical officer warns at Downing Street briefing
Coronavirus: Downing Street blames councils for failure to receive key outbreak informationTown hall bosses failing to return data privacy paperwork, says Boris Johnson's spokesman
Boris Johnson to urge Britain's drinkers not to 'overdo it' when pubs reopen on 4 JulyPrime minister returns to Downing Street lectern 10 days after daily press conferences were halted
NHS at 72: How was the health service created and what were its guiding principles?'Spirit of '45' saw Clement Attlee's Labour government implement radical healthcare reform and mastermind a fairer Britain
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