The nickname of 'CHINO' - Chancellor in name only - was reportedly the trigger for Sajid Javid's departure from the government.
'l have zero sympathy,' said the Ashton-under-Lyne MP after a number of high-profile Tory MPs lost their ministerial posts.
The prime minister sacked Sir Geoffrey Cox, Esther McVey, Julian Smith, Theresa Villiers and Andrea Leadsom, while Sajid Javid quit as chancellor.
Labour chiefs had urged the PM to come clean about who funded his £15,000 holiday after David Ross said it wasn't him.
The government has backed the beleaguered HS2 rail project, despite years of opposition.
Radio 4's Today programme reached 7.2 million weekly listeners in the four quarter of 2019, despite being boycotted by Boris Johnson.
The Irish premier said the UK should avoid putting down 'rigid red lines' early on in the Brexit trade talks.
The Prime Minister tweeted a picture of himself, pen in hand, signing the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, saying it "heralds a new chapter in our nation's history".
'The bill is now law and confirms our departure from the EU on January 31,' Brexit secretary Steve Barclay tweeted.
In comments reported by Politico, Stefaan de Rynck said the next phase of the UK's departure from the EU will be more complicated.