Boris Johnson news – live: ‘Delusional’ PM wants to stay in No 10 into the 2030s

Boris Johnson news – live: ‘Delusional’ PM wants to stay in No 10 into the 2030s

Boris Johnson rules out ‘psychological transformation’ to change his character Boris Johnson said he was “thinking actively” about fighting the next two general elections and that he is planning to be prime minister into the 2030s. The prime minister is under enormous pressure after a series of scandals and two damaging by-election losses, but has … Read more

Norwich Western Link story so far

Norwich Western Link story so far

Published: 7:00 AM June 26, 2022 The much-trumpeted Western Link Road has been years in the pipeline. But a sudden surge in its price tag has left its future far from certain. DAN GRIMMER reports on how we got here, and what lies ahead for the county’s most controversial infrastructure project Just three years ago, … Read more

Kate Middleton and William questioned over huge move from Kensington Palace | Royal | News

Kate Middleton and William questioned over huge move from Kensington Palace |  Royal |  News

Prince William and Kate ‘smart’ in choice of Adelaide Cottage The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been increasingly tipped to be planning a relocation to Windsor with their three children as soon as this summer. As speculation surrounding Kate and William’s next home grows stronger, royal commentator Andrew Morton questioned what would be the … Read more

Boris Johnson aiming to stay in Downing Street until 2030s

Boris Johnson has said he is planning to be Prime Minister into the 2030s despite Conservative critics plotting to oust him after voters rejected the Tories in a double by-election defeat. The Prime Minister insisted he was “thinking actively” about fighting the next two general elections to become the longest-serving post-war leader. He urged Tory … Read more

Defiant Boris Johnson eyes up 10 MORE years in power ‘I’m thinking about third term’ | Politics | News

Neil Hamilton slams Boris Johnson: “He’s a broken brand!” The Prime Minister insisted he would fight and win the next general election, giving him a second full term in power, despite byelection defeats which have stoked further speculation about his leadership. And he added: “I am thinking actively about the third term and you know, … Read more