The nickname of 'CHINO' - Chancellor in name only - was reportedly the trigger for Sajid Javid's departure from the government.
The 72-year-old Israeli-born spoon bender has written to Downing Street offering his psychic powers.
A spokesman for Number 10 said the allegation by journalist Charlotte Edwardes was "untrue".
Almost half of all voters would rather Britain left the European Union without an agreement rather than see the Labour Leader in Downing Street, the poll from Politico claims
Sonia Khan was sacked after an apparent blazing row with Boris Johnson’s chief aide, Dominic Cummings
Downing Street has cited Jo Cox's widower Brendan Cox's call for violence and intimidation against MPs not to be normalised.
Boris Johnson said today he would take the UK out of the EU without a deal. Mr Johnson confirmed his plan to run to be the next Tory party leader at a conference in Switzerland today. Speaking just hours after a tearful Theresa May announced she was stepping down, Johnson said: “Of course I am going to go for it”.
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, will stand trial next summer over an alleged plot to assassinate Theresa May in a bomb and knife attack on Downing Street.
Mrs Vine said she called out the unidentified man for his actions, saying there was "no better way of discouraging such schoolboy enthusiasms".
Daisy Goodwin alleged that the man put his hand on her breast during a meeting to discuss a proposed television programme.
Firefighter David Badillo said Theresa May's invite was 'hollow' and he holds her government in 'complete contempt'.
New figures show that police officer numbers have fallen to their lowest level in over 30 years. Official statistics show there were 123,142 officers across all ranks in England and Wales at the end of March this year. This was a fall of 0.7% on 2016, and the lowest number at the end of a financial year since comparable records began in 1996.
Theresa May decided to call for a snap general election while on a walking holiday in Wales with her husband it has emerged. The Prime Minister used the day Parliament returned from the Easter recess – part of which she spent on holiday in North Wales – to say she had “recently and reluctantly” concluded that she would call a snap general election. The decision to call an election marked a screeching U-turn after repeated denials that she would go to the country at a time when the UK’s future relationship with the European Union was up for negotiation.
Theresa May announced there will be a snap general election on June 8 amid 'Westminster division' after Brexit.
In fact, the real story of political savagery at Downing Street is between a pair of cats who have apparently had their most brutal fight yet. Larry, who lives at Number 10, is said to have lost his collar after getting into the scrap with Palmerston - who lives at the Foreign Office. “This morning I was there covering normal political events and suddenly Palmerston appeared from the foreign office.
His voice crackling with emotion, David Cameron announced on Friday morning he will step down as Prime Minister.