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Rishi Sunak switches on Christmas lights at Number 10
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Raab says Johnson was not ‘puppet’ of Cummings
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Raab says Johnson was not ‘puppet’ of Cummings in No10
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Rishi Sunak departs Downing Street ahead of PMQs
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The South Korean president attends a banquet at Guildhall
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PM: We have a deep friendship with South Korea
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Sunak sets off for PMQs
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Cabinet members depart No.10 ahead of autumn statement
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Cabinet arrives at No.10 ahead of Autumn statement
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Back to the future: Cameron returns to front-bench politics
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Laura Trott leaves Downing Street amid cabinet reshuffle
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Former PM David Cameron arrives at 10 Downing Street
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Labour: Suella Braverman is ‘out of control’
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Home Secretary clings on to job despite defying No.10
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MPs react to Braverman’s criticism of police over protests
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Prime Minister departs for State Opening of Parliament
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Sunak wants to 'take lead' in protecting against AI risks
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Sunak on claims about Downing Street atmosphere
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Rishi Sunak and his wife buy poppies in Downing Street
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Rishi Sunak departs No10 ahead of PMQs
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Ministers arrive in Downing Street for cabinet meeting
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Israel-Hamas war: Hundreds gather for vigil at Downing St
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Rishi Sunak departs Downing Street for first PMQs
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Ministers arrive to press for opening of Rafah crossing
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Hancock's 'jarring' level of 'nuclear confidence' was a 'problem' during COVID, inquiry toldMatt Hancock showed "nuclear levels" of confidence at the start of the COVID pandemic - and "regularly" told colleagues in Downing Street things "they later discovered weren't true" - according to a..
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No 10 in 'complete chaos' as COVID hit and vulnerable 'appallingly neglected' - CummingsThere was no shielding plan early in the pandemic and vulnerable groups were "appallingly neglected" as a "fatalistic" approach took hold in Downing Street, Dominic Cummings has claimed.
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Man who drove 'at speed' into Downing Street gates in an 'attack on democracy' avoids prisonA man who drove "at speed" into the gates of Downing Street in an incident described by a judge as an "attack on democracy" has avoided prison.
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Government refuses to guarantee second leg of HS2 will go aheadDowning Street has refused to guarantee the HS2 railway line will run to Manchester as planned amid reports Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt are in talks about scrapping the project's second stage.
Downing Street 'committed' to triple lock protection for pensions despite cost concernsDowning Street has said it remains "committed" to the pensions triple lock amid a debate about its cost to the public purse.
Downing Street backs Lee Anderson's 'go back to France' commentDowning Street has defended Tory deputy chairman Lee Anderson after he said asylum seekers who don't want to be housed in barges should "f*** off back to France".
Government cuts ties with Greenpeace after anti-oil protest at PM's mansionGovernment departments should cut ties with Greenpeace following the charity's protest at Rishi Sunak's empty mansion last week, Downing Street said.
Energy bosses meet with Grant Shapps amid debate over future of net zeroUK energy chiefs will gather in Downing Street today to discuss net zero as a debate rages in both main parties about the future of green policies.
Chancellor questions conduct of NatWest chief executiveNatWest chief executive Dame Alison Rose is under acute pressure after Downing Street and the chancellor of the exchequer questioned her conduct in discussing Nigel Farage’s banking arrangements with..
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Johnson denied special access to parliament as MPs endorse report which said he liedBoris Johnson has been stripped of special access to parliament after MPs endorsed the privileges committee's report that he lied about parties in Downing Street during the COVID pandemic.
Police with Tasers and 'rifles' confront man after car hits gates with 'almighty smash'Witnesses have described an "almighty smash" and officers with Tasers and "rifles" shouting at a man after a car drove into the Downing Street gates.
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Keir Starmer's struggled for visionary policy - a distinct approach to the NHS could change thatIf the polls stay as they are, Sir Keir Starmer looks the most likely occupant of Downing Street after the next general election.
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Sunak needs to leverage trust on world stage to win over public back homeThe prime minister arrived back in Downing Street at 2am on Wednesday morning after a dash to the Council of Europe summit in Iceland to seek more support from European allies on illegal migration.
Rishi Sunak takes helicopter for trip that is just over an hour by trainRishi Sunak travelled to Southampton using a taxpayer-funded helicopter, Downing Street has admitted, despite the journey taking just over an hour on the train.
No 10 rejects calls to publish PM's interests list today after Labour urges Sunak to 'come clean'Downing Street is refusing calls for an immediate publication of Rishi Sunak's list of ministerial interests following demands from the Labour leader.
Post-Brexit checks were partly to blame for Dover traffic chaos, Downing Street admitsDowning Street has conceded "new processes" brought in after Brexit played a role in days of travel queues at Dover over the weekend.
No 10 backs call for murderer Wayne Couzens to be stripped of second police pensionDowning Street has backed calls for Sarah Everard's murderer Wayne Couzens to be stripped of his second police pension.
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Starmer appoints partygate investigator Sue Gray as new chief of staffSue Gray, who led the investigation into lockdown parties in Downing Street, has been appointed by Sir Keir Starmer to serve as his chief of staff.
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Sunak's slip-ups give enemies perfect opportunity to brand PM out of touchDowning Street will be hoping that once the prime minister has paid up, voters and journalists will move on and forget this rather embarrassing unforced error.
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