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Matt Withers

Rats in a Sack: Does One Nation Penny back He Stands Up For Me Lee?

Our digest of the worst of Westminster looks at Lee Anderson, Kelvin MacKenzie, Boris Johnson and more

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PMQs Review: The ghosts of Truss and Corbyn haunt Sunak and Starmer

Leaders clash over their predecessors as Hoyle teeters on the brink of losing control

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Rats in a Sack: Truss bags the backing of Hugh Janus

Our digest of the worst of Westminster looks at Kemi Badenoch, Daniel Hannan, the New Statesman and more

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PMQs Review: Sunak struggles in the shadow of Kemi

The PM is the only person in Britain who’s not noticed Badenoch wants his job

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Rats in a Sack: Badenoch's issue is Gove, Actually

Our digest of the worst of Westminster looks at Nadine Dorries, Andrew Bridgen, Rishi Sunak and more

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Rats in a Sack: Is Holly Valance a harbinger of doom for the PopCons?

Our digest of the worst of Westminster looks at News UK friendly fire, a new Tory deputy chair, Schnapps with Shapps and more

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Sunak is incompetent. But what if he’s also inhuman?

The PM’s callous ‘joke’ in front of Brianna Ghey’s mother is a new low

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Rats in a Sack: Is Stanley Johnson a Rejoiner?

Our digest of the worst of Westminster looks at Lee Anderson, Ukip, Chris Heaton-Harris and more

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PMQs Review: Phil in your own headline here

This week's Commons match-up was dominated by an Iceland worker from Warrington

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Scotland and the EU: an interview with the SNP’s independence minister

A “yes” to independence would also mean “yes” to Brussels

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PMQs Review: Things can only get worse

It might not looks like it, but everything is going great, Rishi Sunak reassured the Commons at today's prime minister's questions

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PMQs Review: Did you know Keir Starmer was a lawyer?

The election campaign has begun in earnest and it is not going to be pretty

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PMQs Review: Questions for Mr Nobody

A session overshadowed by the Horizon scandal was brightened by the "brilliant Brexit bonus" of the discovery of some new clams

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The Brexit collapse

The majority of British voters now see the decision to leave the EU as a national disaster

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Sunak axes plan to return to imperial measures

Rishi Sunak has dealt a blow to nostalgic Brexiteers by scrapping plans to reintroduce imperial measurements

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Game of thrones: how toilet graffiti is 'the original social media'

A new exhibition celebrates a long-running but uncelebrated movement

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Liars of the year: Our rundown of the terrible pork pies that disgraced and degraded public life in 2023

After holding off some formidable competition, Michelle Mone has claimed the coveted title of The New European’s Liar of the Year for 2023

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PMQs Review: Mr Sunak really is very bad at politics

As he spoke, his backbenches could barely bring themselves to cheer

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Balls-up for a jungle snake: Nigel Farage's Celebrity odyssey

On I’m a Celebrity, Farage failed to emulate the former shadow chancellor Ed Balls by reinventing himself as a cuddly media personality

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All hail Nigel the Third, if we really must

The former Ukip leader made it to the I'm A Celebrity final but failed to wear the crown

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Jungle viewers get full outline of Farage's Windsor Framework

As I'm A Celebrity draws to a close the former Ukip leader donned his spandex shorts

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Farage 'biggest name the European Parliament’s ever had', declares Farage

The former Ukip presenter ruminated on his place in history in the I'm A Celebrity jungle

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Farage gets embroiled in burnt rice row

The former Ukip leader got into a argument over who was responsible for ruining some rice

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Jungle Farage poleaxed by a pineapple

A day after his karaoke antics the former Ukip leader was quizzed on Brexit by his campmates

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Braverman’s lukewarm revenge

A resignation speech by a former home secretary who didn’t resign, and a Prime Minister’s Questions for a PM who is barely in charge – welcome to another day of government dysfunction in Westminster

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Farage loses his shirt in the jungle

After three weeks of enforced abstinence, a half-pint of Flamin’ Gallah appeared to go straight to the former Ukip leader’s head as he took to the karaoke machine

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Farage faces piercing questions in the jungle

It is with much regret that we must discuss the former Ukip leader's left nipple

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Farage treats jungle to end of the peer show

Saturday night ITV viewers got an insight into the former Ukip leader's views on the House of Lords

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The Square Mile and the EU

The man who speaks for the City knows the bankers can’t do without Europe

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Campmate Farage takes the biscuit

The former Ukip leader was once again front and centre on I'm A Celebrity, failing another Bushtucker Trial

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Farage finally utters those magic words (no, not 'I'm sorry')

The former Ukip leader failed in his latest Bushtucker Trial before having another argument about cultural appropriation

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PMQs Review: Rishi Sunak lashes out on Brussels and Beethoven as Starmer's blows land

The prime minister was stung by the Labour leader's description of a "man with the reverse Midas touch"

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