“It’s very important in the UK and in our politics that we show the world we’re united”, he says.
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Despite calls for his resignation over lockdown parties, PM says it is “wonderful” to be leader of a country where he faces “that sort of pressure”.
It was meant to be a home but has become the heart of government. With this split personality, no wonder a frat house culture took hold of it.
Emily Carver: Instead of faux apologies about partygate, Johnson should admit that Coronavirus rules were always wrong
Whether he survives this political storm remains to be seen. But Conservatives won’t win the next election if they continue with their current policies.
Andrew Haldenby: If the Government truly wants to level up Britain, it must improve national health outcomes
Poor health takes older people out of the workforce, reducing local incomes and buying power.
Lisa Townsend: The feedback of local, tax-paying residents and businesses has shaped my Police and Crime Plan
Thousands of people told me what they wanted Surrey Police to focus on and so this plan is their priorities.
It would be madness to allow an alliance of brutes, scandal-mongers and prigs to bounce Johnson out of office.
Jayne Adye: The Government must speed up Britain’s withdrawal from EU regulations. Here’s what it should start with.
This country has done very little to move forward and separate itself from the regulatory grasp of Brussels.
It seems everyone agrees that the time is right to finally get rid of this legislation.
Too many on the Right see it as their job to pretend that action on climate change must be watered down or opposed.
Mitchell Goldie: Along with MPs, parliamentary staff need better protection as they go about their work
I and many others have had to have difficult conversations with our loved ones about the danger posed to us because of the jobs we do.
Earth has been a very giving, even forgiving planet, and we must allow nature to ensure our survival for future generations.
After COP26, Sharma could be out of a job, and the impetus generated by hosting the UN climate change conference could be lost.
Sarah Ingham: How much should we take from, say, the NHS budget to fund a unilateral mission in Afghanistan – if anything?
Regime change usually involves chaos, bloodshed and a humanitarian crisis. Has the Stop the War movement become Continue the Military Intervention?
Ryan Bourne: Furlough may have averted mass layoffs. But the Government’s next challenge is the reallocation economy.
Covid-19 is likely to have lasting effects on our preferences, where and how we want to work, and where we are able to travel.