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Truss mocks Tony Blair's 'weird' Downing St décor
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Union flags return to full mast following Queen's funeral
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PM leaves Downing St for Motion of Condolence
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Liz Truss departs Downing Street for first PMQs
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Liz Truss: New British PM says 'together we will weather the storm'
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Bye-bye Boris - Liz Truss takes over Downing Street
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Truss arrives at Downing Street as the new prime minister
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Truss returns to London to give first speech as PM
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New prime minister Liz Truss departs from Balmoral
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'This it, folks': Boris Johnson's final speech as PM
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Downing Street decorated with sunflowers for Ukraine
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Removal vans outside No. 10 ahead of Johnson's departure
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Truss picks former EDF Energy lobbyist to head No 10 business relationsLiz Truss has picked a former EDF Energy executive to spearhead Downing Street's business engagement strategy as she seeks to position her administration on a pro-enterprise footing.
UK to hold minute's silence for the Queen on SundayA minute's silence will be observed across the UK on Sunday in memory of the Queen, Downing Street has announced.
Cabinet meets in Downing Street to pay tribute to the QueenLiz Truss's cabinet is meeting in Downing Street to pay tribute to the Queen.
Defiant and unapologetic: Johnson did not dwell on honour of being PM in Downing Street exit"That's it, folks," Boris Johnson said, flanked by dozens of his MPs and staff, as he and his wife Carrie left Downing Street for the last time.
Who is Kwasi Kwarteng? The new chancellor who has been unafraid of upsetting his partyWhen a new prime minister heads into Downing Street, it is the appointment of his or her chancellor that is most eagerly awaited.
Boris Johnson 'on leave' as PM takes second foreign holiday of the summerBoris Johnson is not expected to take part in any engagements this week as he enjoys his second foreign summer holiday in less than a month, Downing Street has confirmed.
Boris Johnson will not intervene in cost of living crisis as that is 'for future prime minister'Downing Street has rejected calls for Boris Johnson to summon an emergency COBRA meeting to deal with the cost of living crisis.
Six things to watch out for in The Battle for Number 10 on Sky NewsIn one month and two days, a new prime minister will hold an audience with the Queen at Buckingham Palace, before walking through the black door of Downing Street and beginning work on one of the..
'I'm only human': Education minister on why she made rude gesture outside Downing StreetEducation minister Andrea Jenkyns has explained why she made a rude gesture while entering Downing Street this week.
Steve Barclay appointed as health secretarySteve Barclay has been appointed as health secretary, Downing Street has announced.
Haka performance in Downing Street as Johnson welcomes New Zealand prime ministerBoris Johnson enjoyed a traditional haka performance in the Downing Street garden when he welcomed his New Zealand counterpart Jacinda Ardern.
Downing Street defends pledging sharp hike in pensions while urging workers to accept real terms pay cutsDowning Street has defended plans to deliver a possible double-digit rise in the state pension next year even as workers are being urged to accept real terms pay cuts.
No 10 admits it spoke to The Times before Carrie Johnson story was pulledDowning Street has confirmed it was in conversation with The Times around the time the newspaper dropped a report claiming Boris Johnson tried to appoint his now wife to a government role when he was..
Boris Johnson recovering after minor operationBoris Johnson is resting after undergoing a minor operation during which he was briefly under general anesthesia, Downing Street has said.
Northern Ireland Protocol override legislation to be introduced next weekControversial legislation overriding parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol will be tabled at the start of next week, Downing Street has confirmed.
Dominic Cummings says Met Police never sent him a partygate questionnaireDominic Cummings has said the Metropolitan Police never asked him for evidence as part of its investigation into lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street.
Two more Tory MPs call for PM to quit over Sue Gray's damning partygate reportTwo more Tory MPs have withdrawn their support for Boris Johnson in the wake of Sue Gray's report into Downing Street lockdown parties.
PM insists UK needs to move on from partygate after damning Sue Gray reportBoris Johnson has insisted the UK needs to move on from partygate after the Sue Gray report revealed a slew of lockdown-breaching events at Downing Street.
Pictures from Sue Gray report show Boris Johnson at gatherings in Downing Street during pandemicImages of Boris Johnson with a beer in his hand have emerged in Sue Gray's damning report of Downing Street parties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
'I wasn't there': PM says he was 'surprised and disappointed' at partygate revelationsBoris Johnson has said although he "briefly attended" gatherings at Downing Street during lockdown he did not know at the time they "went on far longer than was necessary".
Sue Gray report: All the key criticisms of the governmentThe Sue Gray report details rule-breaking events held across Downing Street and Whitehall during lockdowns - and it's 60 pages long.
Senior leadership must 'bear responsibility' for Downing Street party culture during lockdown, Sue Gray report saysThe senior leadership at Downing Street - both political and official - must "bear responsibility" for the culture of partying during COVID lockdowns, according to a report from senior civil servant..
Pressure on PM mounts over No 10 lockdown parties with Sue Gray report expected todayPressure is mounting on the prime minister over Downing Street lockdown parties ahead of the release of the Sue Gray report into partygate.
New photos appear to show Boris Johnson toasting colleague at Downing St drinks in lockdownPhotos have emerged of the prime minister drinking at a gathering allegedly during the second lockdown.
PM receives Sue Gray's full report into Downing Street lockdown parties, Sky News understandsBoris Johnson has received Sue Gray's updated report into lockdown-busting parties held in Downing Street and across Whitehall, Sky News understands.
Long-awaited Partygate report to be published - after deadline for any objections passesThe long-awaited Sue Gray partygate report is finally set to be published this week - with the deadline for Downing Street officials to object to being named in it passed.
Police investigation into partygate concludes with 126 fines issuedThe investigation into lockdown breaking parties in Downing Street and around Whitehall has concluded, the Met Police has announced.
PM to meet Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and family in Downing StreetBoris Johnson will meet Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in Downing Street this afternoon.
At least 50 more fines have been issued in partygate investigationAt least 50 more fines have been issued as a result of the police investigation into lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street and Whitehall during coronavirus restrictions.
At least one No 10 official fined for lockdown-busting 'bring your own booze' party, Sky News understandsAt least one Number 10 official has received a fixed penalty notice from the Metropolitan Police for attending a lockdown-busting "bring your own booze" event held in the Downing Street garden, Sky..
PM to meet Modi in India - as partygate investigation looms back in the UKBoris Johnson is to meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday as a investigation into whether he misled parliament about lockdown-busting Downing Street parties looms.
PM to face investigation into whether he misled MPs about partygateBoris Johnson is to face a parliamentary investigation into whether he misled MPs about lockdown-breaking parties at Downing Street.
Pegasus spyware used to infiltrate Downing Street network - reportPegasus spyware is suspected to have been used to infect the 10 Downing Street network, researchers at Canadian internet security watchdog Citizen Lab have concluded.
New partygate claims emerge as Labour say PM has 'deliberately misled Britons at every turn'New allegations have emerged relating to lockdown parties in Downing Street - with Labour claiming Boris Johnson has "deliberately misled the British people at every turn".
Conservative peer quits as justice minister over 'scale' of COVID breaches in Downing StreetConservative peer David Wolfson has quit as justice minister over the "scale, context and nature" of breaches of COVID regulations in Downing Street.
Sunak could put huge pressure on Johnson if he quits over partygate finesThe Metropolitan Police has just launched a pair of missiles at the two occupants of Downing Street.
Met Police to issue at least 30 more fines over lockdown-breaking parties at Whitehall and Downing StreetThe Metropolitan Police is to issue at least 30 more fixed penalty notices to people who attended lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street and Whitehall during the pandemic.
Rishi Sunak referred to independent adviser on ministers' interests over his tax affairs, No 10 saysDowning Street has confirmed that the PM has asked the independent adviser on ministers' interests to investigate Rishi Sunak - at the chancellor's request.
'Queerness doesn't need a cure': Hundreds protest in Downing Street over transgender conversion therapyHundreds have gathered outside Downing Street to protest against the government's decision to exclude transgender people from a ban on conversion therapy.
Rees-Mogg refuses to apologise for calling partygate scandal 'fluff'Jacob Rees-Mogg has refused to apologise for calling the Downing Street partygate scandal "fluff" and "fundamentally trivial".
Metropolitan Police issues fines for Downing Street events on eve of Prince Philip's funeralThe Metropolitan Police has issued fines relating to Downing Street events that took place on the night before the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral last year, it has emerged.
Met Police to issue 20 fines over Downing Street parties that breached lockdown rulesThe Metropolitan Police have said they will issue 20 fines to people who attended lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street and Whitehall.
Twenty fines could be issued to 20 people in coming days over partygate investigationTwenty fines could be issued to 20 people in the coming hours over events held in Downing Street and Whitehall during lockdown, Sky News understands.
Boris Johnson talk on Ukraine: PM Modi emphasises India's belief in respect for international lawDowning Street spokeswoman said: “The leaders discussed the grave situation in Ukraine, and the UK Prime Minister said he believed the actions of Putin’s regime were deeply disturbing and..
Jeremy Hunt defends Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe after critics said she should be more grateful for her releaseDowning Street has defended Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe after she was criticised for being "ungrateful" for saying the government should have got her out of prison in Iran six years ago.
Police send more than 100 questionnaires and begin interviews over Downing Street partiesDetectives investigating allegations of breaches of COVID rules in Downing Street and Whitehall have sent questionnaires to more than 100 people as they begin to interview key witnesses.
Russia to blame for hoax calls to cabinet ministers last week, Downing Street confirmsRussia was responsible for hoax calls made to cabinet ministers last week and an inquiry is under way, Downing Street has confirmed.
Downing Street partygate scandal is trivial 'fluff', says Rees-MoggJacob Rees-Mogg has dismissed the row over parties held during lockdown in Downing Street and across Whitehall as trivial "fluff".
Number 10 'put brakes on Home Office plans' for more generous Ukrainian refugee offerDowning Street put the brakes on Home Office initiatives to allow a bigger share of Ukrainians fleeing their homeland to settle in the United Kingdom, Sky News understands.
Boris Johnson to meet foreign leaders to build united front against Vladimir PutinCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mark Rutte of the Netherlands will visit Downing Street today for talks about the international response to the Ukraine crisis, as the UK government is..