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David Bond

Deputy Political Editor

<p>Michael Gove with Boris Johnson in Stoke on May 12 </p>
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Michael Gove admits he made a mistake double crossing Boris Johnson

Asked on Sky News on Thursday morning whether he would ever run against Mr Johnson as a potential leader, Mr Gove said: ‘Oh God no.’

Jun 9, 2022
Politics

Starmer mocked for ‘missing open goal’ in post-confidence vote PMQs

Mr Johnson faced his first Prime Minister’s Questions since he survived a vote of confidence in his leadership by Tory MPs two days earlier

Jun 8, 2022
Politics

Savid Javid joins tax cut calls to put more heat on Boris Johnson

The Health Secretary said he would “like to see cuts where they are possible”

Jun 8, 2022
Politics

Boris Johnson fights to keep show on the road after wounding revolt

Hints of tax cuts after William Hague warns: ‘It’s like he’s on the M1 with two flat tyres’

Jun 7, 2022
Politics

Boris Johnson wins confidence vote but suffers revolt by 148 MPs

The size of the revolt revealed the deep split in the Conservative Party over whether he should remain Prime Minister

Jun 7, 2022
Politics

This is no time for ‘unforced drama’, Boris Johnson tells MPs

The PM took five questions after his speech - three positive and two hostile, according to the Conservative source

Jun 6, 2022
UK

More Easyjet flights cancelled as half term chaos continues

The latest cancellations come with thousands of travellers still stranded abroad

Jun 6, 2022
Politics

Boris Johnson to face no-confidence vote, Sir Graham Brady announces

The chairman of the 1922 Committee of Backbench MPs said he had received 54 letters triggering the vote

Jun 6, 2022
London

Nearly 80 London bus routes face cuts amid funding deal row

TfL’s decision to launch a six week consultation on 78 of its 620 routes in central London has sparked a fierce row

Jun 1, 2022
World

France to present Queen with horse to mark Platinum Jubilee

It will be presented in Windsor to the Master of the Horse

May 31, 2022
World

Europe turns up heat on Putin with deal to ban Russian oil imports

The EU said it would ban 90 per cent of oil imports from Russia by the end of this year

May 31, 2022
UK

Everyday food products soaring in cost, survey reveals

New statistics follow calls from food poverty campaigner Jack Monroe for an overhaul in how inflation is measured

May 30, 2022
Politics

Rishi Sunak warned £15bn support package may not be enough

Economists fear the Chancellor may have to dish out billions more next spring, risking pushing inflation higher

May 27, 2022