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Analysis: Have Finland 'partygate' videos helped or hurt Sanna Marin?
The Finnish prime minister has faced days of scrutiny and speculation over videos which emerged of her partying with friends.
What scandal? Finland mostly shrugs at Sanna Marin's party exploits
A series of stories this week in the Finnish press seemed to want to paint Prime Minister Sanna Marin, 36, in a negative light, but most Finns don't seem too bothered.
'I've danced, sung, done legal things': Marin defends party video
The leaked video shows the prime minister at a private party with friends, singing to Finnish pop hits and dancing - but there's also a cocaine reference heard in the background.
Boris Johnson suffers two special election defeats
The Conservative Party had a tough night, losing two special elections in areas of the UK they previously held. The results will increase pressure on Boris Johnson, with many in his party questioning his leadership.
Boris Johnson suffers blow as second ethics adviser resigns
Christopher Geidt did not give a reason for his resignation but had previously called on the prime minister to explain his conduct in the "partygate" affair.
'Crowded parties, excessive drinking': Partygate report blames leaders
Civil servant Sue Gray's inquiry blames "senior leadership" for a culture that led to lockdown-breaking parties at the UK prime minister's office and residence.
Johnson: New 'partygate' photos emerge, as PM awaits official report
The latest pictures from inside Downing Street appear to show the prime minister raising a glass at a party on a date he told parliament there had been none.
London police have issued over 100 fines in 'Partygate' investigation
The revelations have angered voters and triggered calls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign.
Johnson admits 'tough night' as Tories lose ground in local elections
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.
What is at stake as voters head to polls in elections across the UK?
Thursday's local elections are seen as a major test for PM Boris Johnson and his ruling Conservatives.
UK MPs approve probe into Boris Johnson's alleged 'partygate' lies
If the inquiry by a committee of MPs finds that Johnson lied to parliament over illegal parties during Covid lockdowns, pressure will intensify for him to resign.
Opposition calls UK PM's response to Partygate scandal 'a joke'
Kier Starmer labelled Boris Johnson's response to the Partygate scandal "an insult to the public" after the UK PM renewed his apology in Parliament.
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.
What wines do UK politicians drink?
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UK PM Boris Johnson fined over Downing Street lockdown parties
The British prime minister and finance minister Rishi Sunak were given six fines between them for breaking the government's own COVID regulations.
More calls for Johnson to quit as police recommend 'Partygate' fines
Police have recommended 20 fines so far after investigating multiple Downing Street parties, breaking the government's own COVID lockdown rules.
Boris Johnson returns police questionnaire into 'partygate' scandal
Police are investigating a dozen social events in Downing Street and government offices during lockdown, spread over several dates in 2020 and 2021.