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Russia's influence reaches deep into the British establishment and successive UK governments have turned a blind eye to it, lawmakers were warned, according to multiple sources familiar with testimony given to a parliamentary inquiry.
Richard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to round up another bonkers week in Brexit. / The pair discuss the faltering talks and ask if anything can now be done to get a deal.
Dominic Cummings is accused of hostile briefings aimed at persuading the EU to block any delay to Brexit.
Former Tory cabinet minister says Boris Johnson's aide is No.10 source responsible for Brexit briefing.
As tensions escalate with Brussels, Julian Smith expresses alarm at anonymous Downing Street memo.
Government breaks its promise on no customs checks in the island of Ireland / Is Johnson throwing Ireland under the Boris Bus (again)? / Priti Patel decides that Britain is not a country but a Russell Group university. / What really makes Dominic Cummings tick? / Chris Southworth of the International Chamber of Commerce gives us the latest on those amazing WTO terms
Johnson’s chief of staff lied to media about drafting of Benn act, Grieve says at PMQs.
An angry Dominic Grieve has branded the accusation 'a lie' - and blamed Dominic Cummings.
A senior cabinet minister told The Times that the country risked a “violent, popular uprising” if a second referendum overturned the result of the first one.
Boris Johnson’s chief adviser Dominic Cummings has told a Labour MP who complained about death threats that he should vote for a Brexit deal.
Rachel Johnson reveals her suspicion that Boris Johnson's behaviour may down to pressure from investors who have invested billions in shorting the pound and the economy.
Move follows controversy over the dismissal of Treasury aide Sonia Khan - who was frogmarched out of Downing Street. / Dominic Cummings has been handed a new formal power to sack cabinet ministers' advisers, triggering a protest from the head of the civil service union.
Boris Johnson’s most senior adviser has said the government could suspend parliament for a second time if it loses a crunch Supreme Court battle.
Controversial Johnson aide is reported to be conducting focus groups, Chuka Umunna protests – but freedom of information request is rebuffed.
Leaked documents show the prime minister's chief adviser emailed senior officials instructing them: "We must get this stuff finalised ASAP".
Boris Johnson's government has suffered another humiliating Commons defeat, as MPs ordered the release of internal communications between the prime minister's top advisers over the decision to suspend parliament.
Richard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return for another deep dive into the putrid pool of British politics. / The pair argue over whether it was a good week for Remain and get under the skin of Dominic Cummings.
MPs demand to know why Boris Johnson’s aide has access despite being in contempt of parliament.
'It is Dominic Cummings and you playing games with Parliament, playing games with the people of United Kingdom'
The Johnson-Cummings plan is in bits on the floor of Parliament and Bojo’s jolly mask has well and truly slipped. As the petulant boy king threatens a General Election he can’t deliver, the Remainiacs team gather with special guest and journo Jonathan Lis of think tank British Influence to work out what happened and what it all really means.
After a long absence, Steve is back co-hosting the podcast and here we all are again: parliament versus executive. Does Cummings have a grand strategy? Or is Johnson flying by the seat of his pants and about to crash? After a long evening watching Parliament TV, we catch up with each other and wonder where this shaggy dog story will go next.
Just nine days ago, Downing Street strongly denied any intention to shut down parliament - but disclosure to Scottish court shows otherwise.
Dominic Cummings described talks as a 'sham' leak claims.
Former justice secretary accuses prime minister of plotting snap general election.