The flamboyant and populist former U.K. prime minister quit his parliamentary seat. He called the panel examining whether he lied to fellow lawmakers about COVID social gatherings a "kangaroo court."
The former prime minister quit as a lawmaker after receiving the results of an investigation over misleading statements he made to Parliament about a series of government parties during the pandemic.
The Ukrainian president spoke to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and the Parliament, and made a plea for warplanes.
For the first time in British history, none of the four most senior Cabinet posts — prime minister, chancellor of the exchequer, foreign secretary and home secretary — are taken up by a white male.
The member of Parliament says he watched pornography twice in the House of Commons in a "moment of madness." The Conservative Party suspended him Friday over the allegations.