Laura Kuenssberg

Laura Kuenssberg


Political Editor, BBC - 140 characters doesn't tell a whole story, and retweets represent something worth a read, not my own or the BBC's view!

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No 10 may have felt relatively relieved that Cummings testimony hadn't been followed up-his decision actually to publish directly a whatsapp exchange with the PM crosses a new line into what might be more dangerous territory after his verbal attacks here

Likely to be announced in Downing Street in the morning - we don't know the all important terms that have been agreed - have been a lot of nerves in parts of farming community, and some concerns shared by Environment Sec, George Eustice

But Downing Street will be pleased to point to the first trade deal that's been agreed from scratch since Brexit - watch out for more detail in the morning

This was how Hancock answered some of the charges last week

Dominic Cummings' gradual reveal of what was in that box…

Well worth following my colleagues @BBCJayneMcC  @StephenNolan  and @JP_Biz  in next few hours as things develop in NI

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Julian Lewis has been chucked out of the Tory Parliamentary Party for working with Labour MPs to get himself elected as chair of the Intelligence Committee, beating Chris Grayling

PM kept saying no one knew about asymptomatic transmission of corona virus.. but govt scientists were looking at it as earlier as January....

No follow up Q today, nor did the PM allow Vallence or Whitty to answer question about whether they were worried about example being set by Cummings' behaviour

Former PM no 2 deeply unhappy about govt plan - Sir John Major says 'Our signature on any Treaty or Agreement has been sacrosanct... If we lose our reputation for honouring the promises we make, we will have lost something beyond price that may never be regained.'

‘Are you supposed to look as if you are enjoying yourselves?’ - the Queen makes the leaders laugh tonight, taking centre stage

Quite the achievement to get three former PM's out - Blair, Brown and Johnson's old rival, David Cameron, all criticising his decision to fold DFID into FCO

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