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The prime minister has plans to transform the country. But does he have the skills to mobilise the government machinery?
Shadow foreign secretary tries to set out an optimistic vision ahead of party conference
Biden’s security pact with UK and Australia comes at the cost of deep resentment in Paris and Brussels
Sunak under pressure over higher food prices, sharp increases in energy bills and inflation heading for 4%
Paris agrees to return ambassador to Washington as Johnson tells French president to ‘prenez un grip’
London shifts focus to USMCA as prospect of clinching a bilateral deal with Washington fades
Minister attacks ‘alarmist’ talk as deal prepared to tackle CO2 shortage risk to supply chains
Minister holds emergency talks with regulator and suppliers as PM says problems are ‘temporary’
John Glen also reviews cap on bankers’ bonuses with eye to maintaining London’s competitiveness
Paris aims swipe at UK as ‘fifth wheel on the coach’ in new security pact
Former Bank of England chief economist will report to PM and Michael Gove
Boris Johnson undertakes a major refresh of his government, with some striking new appointments and the sacking of several longstanding allies
Davey believes liberal Tory supporters’ unease with Johnson threatens ‘blue wall’ seats
Chancellor aims to illustrate Tory fiscal discipline in next month’s Budget
Ministerial shake-up brings in younger team as PM focuses on delivering post-Brexit, post-Covid domestic plans
Bringing back imperial measures on list of deregulation targets along with financial services, agri-science and tech
UK PM confident enough to promote Gove and Truss, two rivals for his job
‘Pragmatic’ move to avoid more strain on supply chains pushes date back from October 1
But Tory MPs express doubts tax increase will have hoped-for effect on waiting lists and care
Companies had been backed by the government’s Covid Future Fund, through which loans converted into equity
Bridge to Northern Ireland and New Enterprise scheme are first casualties in countdown to agenda-setting review
Tony Danker voices concern over lack of detail on economic choices and the threat to investment
UK chancellor wants sector to devise products to cover expenses before state steps in
More money for the NHS and social care is popular with voters but risks alienating some Tory MPs
Prospect of £12bn a year in higher taxes triggers abstentions and 5 votes against by PM’s own MPs