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Sebastian Payne writes about politics for the FT. He was previously a reporter and editor at The Spectator and The Daily Telegraph.
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Cabinet ministers deny guilt as anger mounts over release of sensitive 5G deliberations
UK cabinet secretary ‘deeply unhappy’ over disclosure of sensitive talks
Narrow decision means vote of no confidence cannot take place before December
Washington spells out concerns over UK decision on 5G mobile network access
Senior Tory MPs consider changes to party rules to allow early confidence vote
Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel and former BBC presenter Gavin Esler are among the candidates
As EU elections loom, Change UK is under fire for failing to strike a non-aggression pact
Sister of Boris stands for pro-EU centrist party to overturn Brexit
Westminster is in recess, but campaigning has begun for the unexpected European Parliament elections. Will the Brexit party and TIGs surpass the two main established parties?
Westminster is in recess, but campaigning has begun for the elections on May 23
Change UK leader says disaffected Tories would see election of Johnson as ‘red line’
Amber Rudd says it is ‘entirely possible’ she could run as One Nation candidate
Both parties fear revolt against political establishment over Brexit
No impetus for agreement as Tories and Labour run down the clock
The UK did not leave the EU (again) this week. Instead, exit day has been pushed back until the end of October. Where does this leave Brexit?
Operation Yellowhammer paused after EU leaders agree delay to October 31
Sight of Ukip’s ex-leader back hogging the political limelight will terrify the Tories
Prime minister hopes to end deadlock before next month’s EU elections
PM faces campaign to oust her as Conservatives prepare for difficult elections
PM has promised to stand down once a Brexit deal is approved — but events could intervene
What deep divisions over leaving the EU reveal about Britain
Cross-party talks and bloc focus on proofing deal against hard-Brexit government
Lord Hayward says polls will be critical test of May’s Brexit policy
UK prime minister is using the EU as cover to resolve her domestic predicament
Brexit party and pro-EU Independent Group look for endorsement in poll Tories dread