Parliament ‘not a safe place to work’ claims shadow minister in wake of Pincher case | Politics News

A shadow minister has claimed that Parliament is “not a safe place to work” amid controversy surrounding the resignation of

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Boris Johnson accused of ‘double standards’ over handling of Chris Pincher allegations | Politics News

Boris Johnson is facing questions over his delay in suspending former deputy chief whip Chris Pincher from the parliamentary party

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Tory MP Chris Pincher suspended by party over ‘drunken groping’ claims | Politics News

Boris Johnson has bowed to pressure and suspended former deputy chief whip Chris Pincher from the parliamentary party over an

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PM shamed into disciplining close ally accused of groping | Politics News

Pincher: the name sounds like a character from a Jeffrey Archer novel or the TV drama House of Cards. There

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Haka performance in Downing Street as Boris Johnson welcomes New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern | Politics News

Boris Johnson enjoyed a traditional haka performance in the Downing Street garden when he welcomed his New Zealand counterpart Jacinda

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Boris Johnson rejects calling snap election after fuelling speculation | Politics News

Boris Johnson has rejected calling a snap election after fuelling speculation he could go to the country early. The prime

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Boris Johnson under mounting pressure over Tory whip who quit over groping claims | Politics News

Boris Johnson is facing mounting pressure over groping claims against a Conservative whip, as two senior female MPs demand a

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Future of Tory MP Chris Pincher hangs in balance over ‘drunken groping’ claim | Politics News

A cabinet minister has refused to be drawn on the future of a Tory MP who allegedly groped two men,

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Beth Rigby Interviews… Gordon Brown | Politics News

Sky News’ political editor Beth Rigby is back from reporting on the prime minister’s trip to the Commonwealth Heads of

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Whitehall offices don’t have enough desks for civil servants despite govt bid to end to work from home culture | Politics News

New figures have revealed the Department for International Trade only has enough desk space to accommodate 22% of its staff

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