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Supporters of the Tory leadership favourite fear the departure of the Chancellor and David Gauke will cause serious problems in Westminster and Brussels.
The next prime minister could face a test of their foreign policy judgement - and a clash with Donald Trump - much earlier than expected.
And other lessons from tonight's Lib Dem leadership debate.
The government’s new torture policy maintains the same loopholes which left the UK complicit in hundreds of appalling human rights abuses.
By cancelling The Tulip, Khan has turned the corner on a decade-long binge of novelty infrastructure instigated by his predecessor.
In 2019 Britain, this is what a cat looks like.
Should he become prime minister, Johnson will find himself in the position that Theresa May pretended to be in when she called the 2017 election.
Plus, Trump says US has destroyed Iranian drone, Khan demands rent control powers and world reacts with horror to Cats film trailer.
When she became Prime Minister, May pledged to fight inequality and help the “just about managing”. Here’s what actually happened.
In an attempted stunt against Brussels red tape, the Brexiteer slammed British law in the Isle of Man, which is not even in the EU.