Michael Fallon

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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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Ministerial code: five who did resign over breach accusations
Boris Johnson has backed Priti Patel – but in the past there have been notable departures

Sarah Marsh

20, Nov, 2020 @3:57 PM

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Michael Fallon warns PM's treatment of rebels risks alienating voters
Former defence secretary says 21 MPs who had Tory whip removed should be allowed appeal

Matthew Weaver

06, Sep, 2019 @10:18 AM

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Brexit talks with Labour are blind alley, senior Tories tell May
Prime minister under pressure from 14 senior party figures to abandon cross-party pact

Rowena Mason and Heather Stewart

14, May, 2019 @9:13 AM

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Labour accuses government of defying will of Commons by not releasing full Brexit legal advice - Politics live
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including the start of Theresa May’s national tour to try to win support for her Brexit deal

Andrew Sparrow

27, Nov, 2018 @5:41 PM

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EU will not renegotiate Brexit deal, says May deputy
Critics wrong to think better withdrawal agreement can be struck, says David Lidington

Jessica Elgot Political correspondent

27, Nov, 2018 @9:33 AM

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Why we may never know if British troops committed war crimes in Iraq
The long read: The Iraq Historic Allegations Team was set up by the government to investigate claims that British soldiers had abused and killed civilians. After its collapse, some fear the truth will never come out. By Samira Shackle

Samira Shackle

07, Jun, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Chris Grayling tells MPs he is 'sorry' for failure of new rail timetable and announces inquiry – as it happened
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen

Andrew Sparrow

04, Jun, 2018 @5:21 PM

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Even with her closest ally gone, May hangs on, as normal rules fall away | Anne McElvoy
Damian Green’s demise is the latest in a litany of disasters, but the prime minister still shows her survival instinct

Anne McElvoy

24, Dec, 2017 @12:04 AM

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The Guardian view on Damian Green’s sacking: taking back control – ineffectively | Editorial
Editorial: To lose three cabinet ministers in two months is a sign of government in disarray. Yet by recent standards it almost looks orderly

Editorial

21, Dec, 2017 @1:21 PM

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MoD intervenes to clamp down on ministers’ fake Twitter accounts
Social media giant suspends accounts after ministry’s protests

Ben Quinn

17, Dec, 2017 @12:05 AM

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IFS says budget shows UK 'in danger of losing two decades of earnings growth' - as it happened
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including reaction to the budget, Philip Hammond’s morning interviews and the Institute for Fiscal Studies’ post-budget briefing

Andrew Sparrow

23, Nov, 2017 @5:11 PM

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