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The Labour Party is also on track to win a majority in the Australian Parliament after the Liberal-National coalition failed to secure enough seats.
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The UK's ruling party was almost wiped out in London and lost councils elsewhere, but the Labour opposition has failed to make a breakthrough nationally.
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UK Conservative MP suspended amid Parliament pornography investigation
Colleagues have claimed that Neil Parish watched pornography on his phone in the House of Commons.
Tory MP says 'not the right or responsible moment' for UK PM to go
Sir Roger Gale says the Conservative Party should not hold a leadership election amid the war in Ukraine.
Conservative MP comes out as first UK transgender lawmaker
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The UK MP has been urged to make a formal complaint after claiming she was told her Muslim faith played a part in her sacking from Boris Johnson's government.
UK MP says he will meet police over government 'blackmail' accusations
William Wragg claims some MPs in Boris Johnson's party have faced intimidation from government representatives over their calls for the prime minister's resignation.
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'Partygate' scandal: Johnson critics face government 'blackmail'
Senior Tory William Wragg disclosed the alleged intimidation campaign as Downing Street battles to shore up PM Boris Johnson against calls from within the party for his resignation.
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Boris Johnson's leadership questioned after Tory COVID rebellion
The UK prime minister's authority is increasingly being doubted after a series of scandals and criticism of the government's handling of the pandemic.
UK Conservative MP faces suspension for breaching lobbying rules
Britain’s parliamentary standards watchdog said that the Tory MP Owen Paterson should be suspended from the House of Commons.
Suspect in fatal stabbing of British MP detained under terrorism act
Conservative MP David Amess was fatally stabbed during a meeting with constituents in Leigh on Sea.
UK: Business urges Johnson to put flesh on bones of post-Brexit vision
The UK prime minister outlined a vision for a "high wage, high skill, high productivity and low tax economy" but gave no details of how he intends to achieve it.
Tory conference: Johnson's party ahead in polls despite economic woes
Despite the impact of Brexit and the pandemic, opinion surveys suggest the UK's ruling Conservatives are polling ahead of the Labour opposition as the party meets in Manchester.
UK: Raab replaced by Truss as foreign secretary in Johnson reshuffle
Dominic Raab faced strong criticism last month for delaying his return from a holiday in Greece as the Taliban took over Afghanistan. He is replaced by ex-trade minister Liz Truss.
UK government wins vote for controversial cut to foreign aid budget
The British parliament voted on Tuesday to cut the aid budget, despite some high profile politicians from the ruling Conservative party voting against the move.
UK by-election: Labour Party holds murdered MP Jo Cox's former seat
Labour beat the ruling Conservatives by just 323 votes to win the north of England seat, a relief for embattled party leader Sir Keir Starmer.
Poland's conservatives formally lose majority in parliament
Three rebel lawmakers have left Poland's ruling Law and Justice party, leaving the conservatives two seats short of a majority in parliament.
Poland’s ruling conservatives suffer defeat in local mayoral election
Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party suffered a loss in the Rzeszow mayoral race, a vote could indicate how strong the party’s support is after nearly six years of governing the country.
Boris Johnson to be investigated over funding of luxury holiday
Britain's parliamentary watchdog has announced that it is investigating Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the funding of a luxury holiday he took in 2019.
UK elections: Tories win Westminster seat in Hartlepool
Vote counting was still underway in other parts of the UK on Friday morning. British voters headed to the polls on Thursday to elect new mayors in London and Manchester, new members to the Scottish and Welsh parliaments and hundreds of local councillors.
Vote count underway in key election for Scotland, England and Wales
The vote could have far-reaching implications for the fate of the opposition Labour Party and for Scotland's future in the UK.
UK's Boris Johnson faces questions over flat refurbishment funding
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing questions about the refurbishment of his flat on London's Downing Street amid allegations by his former advisor.