Jo Johnson

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Role call: the former ministers who found private sector jobs
The Greensill affair shows how some of David Cameron’s appointees have been among the most enthusiastic corporate jobseekers. Here’s the list...

Rob Davies and Georgina Quach

16, Apr, 2021 @3:15 PM

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UK universities’ closeness to China poses risks, says Jo Johnson
Study led by former minister concludes dangers of closer collaboration are poorly understood

Rachel Hall

09, Mar, 2021 @12:01 AM

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The Guardian view on Johnson's honours list: shameless and far too long | Editorial
Editorial: The prime minister’s decision to overuse his powers of patronage does nothing for the good governance of Britain

Editorial

02, Aug, 2020 @5:30 PM

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Johnson siblings' bond strong as ever as family faces toughest test
Boris, Rachel, Jo and Leo remain firm friends after Brexit wobbles as PM remains in intensive care with coronavirus

Aamna Mohdin

07, Apr, 2020 @6:28 PM

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Jo Johnson warns against cutting university tuition fees
Former universities minister says lowering student fees would do ‘grave damage’

Simon Murphy

04, Jan, 2020 @5:35 PM

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Gravitas, surprises and John Bercow: TV election night coverage
The BBC goes in heavy, Channel 4 goes for laughs and Sky News boasts the former Speaker as a pundit

Harriet Sherwood

07, Dec, 2019 @8:28 PM

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The Guardian view on election 2019: it’s about Brexit above all | Editorial
Editorial: The retirement of so many centrist Tories is a reminder that theirs has now become the Brexit party in all but name

Editorial

31, Oct, 2019 @6:28 PM

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Point of no return: the agonising path that led to Amber Rudd's walkout
PM’s ousting of 21 rebels and lack of evidence for a credible Brexit agreement triggered resignation

Rajeev Syal

08, Sep, 2019 @7:14 PM

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The Guardian view on the world and Brexit: rue Britannia | Editorial
Editorial: A project supposed to enhance Britain’s international stature has only served to diminish it

Editorial

08, Sep, 2019 @5:31 PM

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Like Macbeth, Johnson is too stepped in blood to turn back. Where next? | Andrew Rawnsley
He has lost control of Brexit, parliament and election timing. Resigning may soon look like his least worst option

Andrew Rawnsley

08, Sep, 2019 @7:00 AM

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Jacob Rees-Mogg apologises to senior doctor he compared to disgraced anti-vaxxer – as it happened
Commons Leader backs down over no-deal claims, while PM’s brother Jo Johnson quits citing ‘unresolvable tension’ between ‘family loyalty and the national interest’

Kate Lyons (now); Kevin Rawlinson , Andrew Sparrow and Matthew Weaver (earlier)

06, Sep, 2019 @12:55 AM

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Jo Johnson quits as MP and minister, citing 'national interest'
PM appears rattled by move in which brother cites ‘unresolvable tension’

Jessica Elgot and Peter Walker

05, Sep, 2019 @7:20 PM

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