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# Downing Street

Last month
May 2024
The UK reacts as Rishi Sunak calls a general election for 4 July
Sunak surprised Westminster by calling the election earlier than had been widely expected.
Rishi Sunak just called a July general election in the UK, but why now?
Last year
Downing Street edits social media post celebrating Northern Ireland that included an Irish flag
Taoiseach: Ireland may pay EU countries rather than accept more refugees under migration pact
Taoiseach says UK government is ‘reluctant’ to co-operate with Irish State on Stormont impasse
Boris Johnson hands WhatsApps and notebooks to UK Cabinet Office amid Covid inquiry row
Man arrested in London after car crashes into gates of Downing Street
Boris Johnson reported to police over new ‘potential lockdown breaches’
Rishi Sunak under watchdog investigation over possible failure to declare an interest
Boris Johnson to face questions next week on whether he lied to MPs over partygate
UK Government prepares to unveil new legislation to ‘stop the boats’
UK union leader says civil servants 'bullied' by Dominic Raab suffered mental health crises
All time
Boris Johnson ally Nadine Dorries claims ex-PM ‘will be back’ one day
Sunak defends his choice to reappoint Suella Braverman amid calls for official investigation
Could Boris Johnson make a comeback to Downing Street?
And they’re off: Who will win the race to be the next British prime minister?
'The bitter end': British newspapers react to the resignation of Liz Truss
Liz Truss says she is 'sorry' for mistakes after gruelling day in British politics
‘No plans’ to change classification of cannabis to Class A drug in UK, says No 10
Liz Truss officially Prime Minister after meeting with Britain's Queen Elizabeth
Minister and No 10 aide face accusations of sexual misconduct
UK's Johnson went on country weekend instead of attending emergency heatwave briefing
Candidates clash in first UK Tory leadership TV debate
Boris Johnson pledges further £55 billion in UK defence spending amid Russia threat
Two British soldiers and Moroccan national ‘sentenced to death' by pro-Moscow rebels in Donetsk
Britain not confident right people will be held accountable for partygate, poll finds
Poll: Do you think Boris Johnson will survive Partygate?
Johnson believes he should remain as Prime Minister following damning Sue Gray report
Downing Street denies Boris Johnson sought to block release of Sue Gray report
Johnson accused of lying to MPs over images showing him drinking at leaving do
Boris Johnson insists No 10 will not block names from Sue Gray report
Boris Johnson faces no further action in 126-fine partygate investigation
Tories whipped to delay vote on probe into whether Boris Johnson misled Parliament
New blow for Boris Johnson as justice minister quits over Downing Street partygate breaches
British Chancellor defends wife over non-domiciled tax status as allies ‘blame No 10’ for leaks
NI Secretary says Johnson ‘focused on the job’ despite police quiz over partygate
UK police send Boris Johnson legal questionnaire in No 10 'partygate' probe
Detectives investigating No 10 parties to start contacting people believed to have taken part
Police step in as Labour leader Keir Starmer targeted by mob near UK Parliament
Boris Johnson starts new week with fresh staff in hopes of turning around fortunes