Victoria Borwick said questions should be asked about 'only' getting £30,000 a year to renovate the flat in 11, Downing Street.
A Conservative MP has said she has been getting 10 times more emails about bees than the Boris Johnson flat scandal.
Matt Hancock has been accused of 'censorship' after refusing to answer questions about the Boris Johnson flat refurbishment scandal.
One shadow minister demanded: 'We really need to know who the prime minister is beholden to.'
The PM and the Tory Party are facing calls to be investigated over potential law breaking after it was reported the party paid the initial costs for refurbishing his Downing Street flat.
It’s the seemingly simple question two cabinet ministers have now tied themselves in knots over.
Sir Charles Walker, who has a history of anti-lockdown outbursts in the House of Commons, said the milk will 'represent' his protest.
Conservative MP Dehenna Davison, whose dad was killed with a single punch 14 years ago, has launched a cross-party probe into one-punch assaults.
A Conservative MP has said not every coronavirus death is a tragedy as he appealed for older people to be given freedom from Boris Johnson’s restrictions.
The former Conservative MP is standing trial facing one count of sexual assault in 2007 and two further counts against a second woman in 2016.
Caroline Nokes criticised the government for making decisions 'driven by men, for men, ignoring the voices of women'.
It comes amid the row over Richard Desmond’s £1bn, 1,500-home scheme in east London.
A CNN poll found that 58% of black people and 39% of white people in the UK think the Tories are institutionally racist.
Tom Hunt, who sits on the House of Commons education committee, said unions have been 'more motivated by scoring political points'.
Ipswich MP Tom Hunt claimed the UK’s close links to the EU under the Brexit 'transition period' are making the return of illegal immigrants more difficult.
Sir Robert Syms said a longer lockdown will 'undermine' the UK’s ability to fund the NHS.
'They share his undiluted passion for what they consider a strong Brexit. They are wrong,' said the former speaker of the House of Commons.
Peter Bone wants an annual 'United Kingdom Day' on the Friday closest to 23 June, the day the European Union poll was held in 2016.
Recent polling has suggested the public's attitude to immigration has softened - but will this trend continue?