Boris Johnson is interviewed by Today's Mishal Husain

Boris Johnson tells Radio 4's Today there will be no "psychological transformation" from him.
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Lib Dems literally show Johnson the door

Party leader Ed Davey unveils a blue door in the Devon constituency his party just won.
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Keir Starmer on Wakefield by-election: 'Tories out of touch, out of ideas'

The Labour leader hails his party's "great result", as Simon Lightwood wins the Wakefield by-election.
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PM on by-elections: There is more that we have got to do"

Boris Johnson say "voters are going through a tough time", after the Conservatives lose two by-elections.
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Ed Davey on by-elections: People think PM is 'lying law-breaker'

The Liberal Democrats' leader reflects on his party's by-election win in Tiverton and Honiton.
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Tory MP: PM is not listening and blundering on

Sir Roger Gale says Boris Johnson has "trashed the reputation of the Conservative Party".
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It's time for Boris to go, says new Lib Dem MP

Newly-elected Richard Foord says his win is a loud and clear message to the PM.
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New Labour MP pledges to 'restore trust'

Labour's Simon Lightwood criticises Boris Johnson in his victory speech after regaining the Wakefield seat.
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Dominic Raab: UK Parliament must be able to decide human rights laws

Justice Secretary Dominic Raab says Parliament must have "the last word" on human rights.
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Labour's Ellie Reeves: This is not a Bill of Rights, it's a con

The UK Bill of Rights will take away the duty of the state to protect everyone from harm, says Shadow Justice Minister Ellie Reeves.
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Keir Starmer: Government hasn't tried to stop strikes

Keir Starmer said the prime minister is "blaming everyone else" rather than dealing with the rail strikes.
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Keir Starmer: Government increasing bankers bonuses

Labour leader Keir Starmer asked if the government was focused on pay cuts or pay rises.
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Ian Blackford: Outlook for UK economy is devastating

SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford says Brexit is now starting to harm the UK economy.
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Dominic Raab: Human rights credibility has been undermined

Justice Secretary Dominic Raab has told the BBC that the way human rights law has developed has not been subject to proper democratic oversight.
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Boris Johnson on train strikes: 'We must stay the course'

The prime minister urges "union barons to sit down with Network Rail and the train companies".
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'It's a stunt' - Transport secretary on meeting with train unions

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps comments on the UK's largest rail strike in 30 years.
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Train unions chief: 'We can't get past first base'

Mick Lynch, head of the RMT union, comments as the UK faces its largest rail strike in 30 years.
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Labour's Haigh tells Shapps on rail strikes: Do your job

Labour's shadow transport secretary says her party does not want rail strikes this week to go ahead.
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Grant Shapps: Train strikes are 'full responsibility of the unions'

The Transport Secretary tells the Commons that the public ''will not be hoodwinked'' by the unions.
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Labour's Lisa Nandy on rail strikes: 'Everybody is losing'

The shadow secretary for levelling up calls on the government to do more to help negotiations.
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Naomi Long: Man emailed me to tell me my hair was a mess on election day

NI Alliance leader Naomi Long tells Nick Robinson about receiving an email on election day criticising her appearance.
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PM's ex-adviser 'really upset' over Geidt quitting

Former ethics adviser Sir Alex Allan explains why his successor Lord Geidt felt he had to quit.
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Thornberry on Geidt: A man at the end of his tether

Labour's shadow attorney general says the PM losing two ethics advisers shows there is "something really rotten at the heart of Downing Street".
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Ellis and Wragg on Lord Geidt resigning as PM's ethics adviser

Letters to and from Boris Johnson's former ethics adviser Lord Geidt "will speak for themselves", says the Paymaster General.
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Lord Geidt: PM's former ethics advisor spoke to a parliamentary committee on Tuesday

Boris Johnson's former ethics advisor was questioned about resignation rumours on Tuesday 16 June.
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Priti Patel on UK flights to Rwanda for asylum seekers

The home secretary says people in the UK have voted for controlled immigration.
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Cooper: Rwanda flights policy shambles and shameful

The home secretary has no one but herself to blame for the lack of Rwanda asylum flights, says Yvette Cooper.
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PMQs: Johnson and Starmer on UK economy and financial predictions

The Labour leader asks why Britain is set for lower growth than every major economy except Russia.
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Grant Shapps: 'Rail union determined to go on strike'

The transport secretary says a planned rail strike is "the last thing we need" and "unnecessary".
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PMQs: Johnson and Starmer on RMT rail strikes

Sir Keir Starmer says he does not want three days of planned rail strikes to go ahead next week.
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PMQs: Blackford and Johnson on Scottish independence and economy

The SNP Westminster leader claims Ireland, Iceland, Ireland Norway and Denmark are outperforming the UK on a list that that “goes on and on”
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SNP MP Patrick Grady: I have learned significant lessons

An SNP MP apologises after a report says he should be suspended from Parliament for two days for breaching the sexual misconduct policy.
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Nicola Sturgeon says Scottish independence referendum on course for 2023

Asked whether she was now formally firing the starting gun for indyref2, the first minister replied: "Yes".
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Boris Johnson says NI Protocol changes 'not a big deal'

The PM says the protocol is "upsetting the balance of the Belfast Good Friday Agreement” ahead of changes to be announced on Monday.
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NI Protocol: Sinn Féin and DUP disagree over NI Protocol plans

NI's two biggest parties remain at odds over UK Northern Ireland Protocol plans.
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