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Having portrayed itself as helping voters overthrow a hated established order, Boris Johnson’s Government has now become the epitome of everything those same voters dislike, says Adam Bienkov
Conservative MPs fear that they will lose the safe seat – with traditional voters struggling to find reasons to stick with the party, reports Adam Bienkov
COVID-19 almost killed Boris Johnson and now it is killing his leadership of the Conservative Party, says Adam Bienkov
EXCLUSIVE Boris Johnson Invited Editors and BBC Executives into Downing Street On Day of Lockdown Party
A spokesperson for the Prime Minister said they were ‘working meetings’ and did not breach Covid guidelines, Adam Bienkov reports
David Gauke believes that a proposal to retrospectively overrule Supreme Court decisions stems from the Prime Minister’s view that any constraint on his power is "intolerable"
Johnson's Refusal to Answer Questions About Downing Street Lockdown Parties Shows his Contempt for the Public
The Prime Minister's behaviour is increasingly coming under public scrutiny and he is struggling to answer questions about his conduct, reports Adam Bienkov
The Prime Minister’s reckless disregard for truth is starting to destroy trust among his own party and could soon be his downfall. Adam Bienkov reports
‘Distorted and Wrong’: Senior Cabal of Conservatives with Johnson’s Ear Put Red Wallers at Risk Over Corruption Scandal, Says MP
Conservative MPs say the Prime Minister's disastrous attempt to save Owen Paterson from corruption allegations has badly backfired, reports Adam Bienkov
The Prime Minister is right at the centre of the Owen Paterson scandal which appears to be turning the tide like other misdemeanours have not, reports Adam Bienkov
Delegitimise and Overturn: The Paterson Affair is the Latest in a Worrying Pattern of Johnson’s Contempt for Democratic Accountability
The Government’s U-turn is reassuring but should be viewed within the wider context of consistent attempts to dodge scrutiny by Boris Johnson’s administration, says Adam Bienkov