Grant Shapps insists ministers have ‘absolute confidence’ in UK’s nuclear deterrent after Trident missile sinks with a ‘plop’ in the Atlantic during failed test launch from Royal Navy submarine

Ministry of Defence confirmed that an ‘anomaly occurred’ during the exercise  By David Wilcock, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 08:51 EST, 21 February 2024 | Updated: 10:02 EST, 21 February 2024 Grant Shapps today insisted the Government retains ‘absolute

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Britain demands Israel ‘stop and think’ before sending troops and tanks into Rafah amid international outcry over planned attack on Gaza area containing more than a million civilians

By David Wilcock, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 07:43 EST, 12 February 2024 | Updated: 07:53 EST, 12 February 2024 Israel should ‘stop and think seriously’ before taking further action in heavily populated Rafah in the south of Gaza,

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Have the Tories given up on Kingswood ahead of by-election? Rishi Sunak and other ministers fail to visit seat they are forecast to lose on Thursday with Tom Tugendhat saying suburban Bristol constituency is ‘a long way away’

By David Wilcock, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 05:54 EST, 12 February 2024 | Updated: 05:59 EST, 12 February 2024 The Tories appear to be resigned to losing yet another seat in a by-election this week as the party

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AT LAST! Lib Dem leader Ed Davey finally apologises for his role in the Post Office scandal saying he is sorry he failed to ‘see through the lies’ when he was a coalition minister – after weeks of keeping a low profile in Parliament

By David Wilcock, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 05:50 EST, 1 February 2024 | Updated: 05:52 EST, 1 February 2024 Sir Ed Davey finally apologised for his role in the Post Office scandal today, after a month of fending

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Tories at war over the size of the military as minister Penny Mordaunt warns Royal Navy and allies must ‘keep pace’ with rivals as defence Secretary Grant Shapps refuses to say when spending will hit 2.5% of GDP target amid army recruitment failures

By David Wilcock, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 05:27 EST, 21 January 2024 | Updated: 05:27 EST, 21 January 2024 Ministers clashed over the declining size of the British Armed Forces today amid growing concerns of the UK’s position

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