British officials believe doctored snippets of hoax calls with the UK defence secretary and home secretary could be released by the Kremlin.
An Insider investigation revealed Ilma Bogan, who allegedly has links to Russian security services, has access to top government officials.
The teenager, known only as Child Q, was forced to remove her sanitary towel and "squat and cough" in her school in Hackney, East London.
Tom Tugendhat, chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, said just because political parties could legally accept donations doesn't mean they should.
Bernard Jenkin, chair of the UK Parliament's Liaison Committee, was astounding that Lebedev, whose father worked for the KGB, could join the Lords.
An anonymous MP said that "far too many of us are out of pocket every month because our rents exceed the amount allocated" by their expenses budget.
The Conservative Party sent out an email calling for people to join the party, which it later blamed on a "technical error."
"Cyberflashing" has been an explicit criminal offense in Scotland for over a decade, but victims have been left hanging in England and Wales.
Alexander Temerko, who called minister Penny Mordaunt 'an absolutely uncontrollable woman', met with Jeremy Hunt and other Conservative MPs this week.
Lord Eric Pickles, chair of the revolving door watchdog ACOBA, suggested former ministers who break the rules could be fined up to £20,000.
An Insider investigation has revealed a fire safety expert joked about watching disabled people struggle out of a fire.
Dmitry Leus, a former Russian banker who has given money to Dominic Raab, was president of a Conservative association in Surrey until last month.
Former housing minister Esther McVey was criticised for her breach of the rules after giving a speech on how to lobby the government.
The Cabinet Office commissioned polling on the government's pandemic policy, but has never published the figures. It's now reviewing if it can.
Nus Ghani had accused a government whip of saying "Muslimness was raised as an issue" when explaining why she had lost her job as a minister.
Health minister Jim Bethell met with Randox five times, internal emails suggest, but only one meeting was declared in government transparency logs.
Boris Johnson claimed crime figures had gone down by 14%, but the UK Statistics Authority say this claim excluded fraud and computer misuse.
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