Lord Agnew quit to cheers and applause in the Upper Chamber, as he told peers that 'schoolboy errors' had been made
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis, who last week told Boris Johnson to quit, said Conservative party voters would 'evaporate' if he pushes ahead with a planned tax hike in April.
Nus Ghani said she was told to begin a formal complaints process within the Conservative party, but said she felt it was not appropriate because it was a government matter.
The Sunday Times reported that Nusrat Ghani said a whip told her that people in 10 Downing Street were "uncomfortable" with her "Muslim woman status."
Anthony Williams, a victim of the Windrush scandal, said the legislation cemented his status as a 'third-tier citizen.'
Mark Spencer, the current chief whip, "thinks he's very much on his way out", a senior Tory MP told Insider.
Christian Wakeford said he was told a school in his constituency would not be built if he did not back Boris Johnson on a vote.
Voters are 'really going to start to kick off in earnest in April', if Boris Johnson doesn't tackle rising costs and taxes
William Wragg, chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, accused Johnson's government of underhand tactics.
Sue Gray's report into lockdown-breaking parties could be published as soon as Friday - piling pressure back on Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson faces growing rebellion over his response to partygate. Letters to the shadowy 1922 committee would trigger a leadership contest.
Joe Biden has left the West "rudderless" as Vladimir Putin becomes increasingly aggressive, British politicians told Insider.
Boris Johnson last week told MPs he thought he attended a 'work event' in Downing Street. A minister on Monday referred to it as a 'party.'
It's crunch time for the UK's Prime Minister to save his job, as his own MPs call for Boris Johnson to resign after more allegations emerge
The Friday night socials' were so popular that Boris Johnson's staff split the cost of a fridge to keep their wine and beer chilled, reported The Mirror.
Boris Johnson's travails are prompting rivals to emerge from the woodwork - but Liz Truss, Rishi Sunak, and others are yet to win over Conservative MPs.
Johnson's premiership has been marred by allegations of lockdown-busting parties and sleaze in recent weeks.