Sir Alan Duncan, one of Johnson's junior ministers, revealed this week that he believes Johnson never actually wanted Leave to win in the EU referendum
The institution’s Vice Chancellor says other universities are already trying to poach her academics
The problem – one of a very many – with the Jungle is that there are no aid agencies working on the ground, which leaves too much space for individual volunteers
Exclusive: 'This government is committed to introducing posthumous pardons for people with certain historical sexual offence convictions who would be innocent of any crime now'
'The UK will start its domestic procedures to enable ratification,' reveals Prime Minister
The British prime minister stressed the need for the UK to take tighter control of its borders
The Prime Minister was delivering her maiden address to the assembly in New York
Gordon Brown could have warned him about ‘What is your favourite biscuit?’ Brown was slaughtered on Mumsnet for first refusing to answer, and then taking a day to dredge up a miserably vague ‘Anything with a bit of chocolate’
PM also defends right of UK and other countries to control their own borders
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Theresa May will also call for a clearer distinction between refugees and economic migrants at the talks in New York
Nicky Morgan says PM must reveal details of her plans
Can you imagine the quivers of anxiety running through the wood-panelled staff rooms in places of monetary privilege across the UK? I would have thought that the forthcoming Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference will talk about little else
'I had to help her utter the phrase – so you'd like to "let me go"?'
‘We will fully comply with our responsibilities and exercise our rights as a member of the EU,’ Government spokesperson says
The Prime Minister will have her first bilateral meeting with the UN Secretary General in New York