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Sunak declines to apologise over trans commentBrianna Ghey's father called for the prime minister to say sorry for a joke made during PMQs on Wednesday. Laura Trott


The Chief Secretary of the Treasury, Laura Trott, appeared to falter over her answer the level of government debt when questioned on BBC Radio 4's PM programme.

Brianna Ghey's father called for the prime minister to say sorry for a joke made during PMQs on Wednesday.

Jeremy Hunt says claims Rishi Sunak joked trans , while Brianna Ghey's mother was due in the Commons gallery, are being “taken out of context".

Tobias Ellwood is not impressed with the launch of the Popular Conservativism movement, where former PM Liz Truss is a leading figure.

The PM is facing calls to apologise for a jibe Sir Keir Starmer's position on trans .

In the final PMQs ahead of the February recess, Rishi Sunak faces Sir Keir Starmer for the last time in two weeks.

Opening PMQs, Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer and Stephen Flynn wish a speedy recovery to the monarch.

A few days after the PM accepted a bet from Piers Morgan over planes to Rwanda, the front benches open PMQs on the TV handshake.

Stephen Flynn references the records of Boris Johnson and Liz Truss and his view of their effects on the public.

Launching the Popular Conservative (PopCon) group, the former PM says that "democracy has become unfashionable".

The UK defence secretary says Houthi actions are damaging international economies, affecting food prices and have “rocketed” insurance costs.

The secretary blames the media for reports of a plot for her to replace Rishi Sunak as a “nonsense story”.

Desmond Swayne suggests drastic action to cut the number of fly tipping cases.

The BBC's editor asks how Labour can be trusted after its drops its opposition to lifting the cap on bankers’ bonuses.

Chris Heaton-Harris sets out his "key elements" in the package of measures to restore power sharing at Stormont.

Westminster leaders welcome talks to restore power-sharing in Northern Ireland.

Stephen Flynn tells the PM is no longer alone for "being completely out of touch" with public opinion.

The Labour leader asks Rishi Sunak Tory MP George Freeman who left his ministerial job as he could not afford his mortgage.

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