Boris Johnson stumbled several times in an interview with Eddie Mair and repeatedly asked him to 'hang on a second'
George Galloway believes those responsible for the Grenfell Tower cladding should go to prison
In the unlikely event Theresa May resigns, who could lead the party in these uncertain times?
The party lost its parliamentary majority after the election result came back with a hung Parliament
Conservative Home assistant editor Henry Hill tells Paul Ross that Theresa May was desperate not to be defined as the Brexit Prime Minister
Emily and Boris looked like the ultimate nightmare dining companions during last night's SunTalks debate
The Foreign Secretary launched an extraordinary attack on the Labour Leader, citing a supposed incident after the Brighton Bombing
The shadow foreign secretary admonished the Foreign Secretary for interrupting her
The Conservatives' Boris Johnson, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn took part in a debate
The former business secretary claimed her target for immigration was 'unreachable'
Julia Hartley-Brewer held a debate with the Conservatives' Boris Johnson, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn
The Foreign Secretary challenged Labour to recognise the change to 'take back huge sums of money'
The Foreign Secretary insisted the Prime Minister has a plan which is 'clearly understood' by European partners
The Scottish First Minister doesn't say everything with words alone
Foreign secretary says he wants to boost whisky business between UK and India - but worshippers are outraged
Danny Kelly discusses the origins of the word mugwump
Rachel Johnson retweeted her husband's tweet, which appears to suggest that she has joined the Liberal Democrats
Political correspondent Rupert Myers believes the Conservatives will only use Boris Johnson at the start of their general election campaign
The general secretary of the Social Democrat Party (SPD), Katarina Barley, urged the country to hold a second vote because of a supposed lack of awareness of what they were voting for
MP Barry Sheerman tells Jon Holmes that the Brexit minsters are out of their depth as they do not have an eye for detail
The former leader of the Liberal Democrats spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the formal triggering of exit negotiations from the European Union.
We have a few suggestions as to what publications prominent MPs should edit
The Foreign Secretary has urged the Prime Minister to take a stance against the proposed fee of £50bn to leave the European Union, citing Margaret Thatcher as an example
The former Prime Minister was speaking at the Bloomberg headquarters on Friday when he made the call
The Foreign Secretary is to set money aside to support Ukraine and the Baltic states against perceived hostility by Vladimir Putin
Rachel Johnson spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the scandal surrounding the charity ambassador's hacked emails
Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker made the comments after meeting the Foreign Secretary in Washington
Lord Wallace of Saltaire has claimed the foreign secretary hasn't provided 'clear guidance' and failed to keep up with briefs about the EU situation
The Prime Minister will deliver a speech to quell accusations her government lacks an exit strategy ahead of the EU negotiations
Galloway says Johnson at least has charisma unlike 'empty vessel' May
"I am second to none in detestation of Boris Johnson, yet if he was good enough when lying he must not be sacked for telling the truth."
Boris Johnson claims Saudi Arabia are abusing Islam and are puppeteers in Middle East proxy wars. The government have distanced themselves from the comments
Boris Johnson's accused Saudi Arabia of orchestrating proxy wars in the Middle East, but the Government has distanced itself from his comments
Boris Johnson has accused Saudi Arabia of abusing Islam and being a puppeteer in the Middle East, however the Government has distanced itself from these comments
The Foreign Secretary recently claimed the country was 'playing proxy wars' and 'abusing Islam' at a conference in Italy
The Foreign Secretary claimed there wasn't enough leadership to stop proxy wars in the region
Campaigner Saira Grant says existing system has created 'an illegal sub-class of immigrants'
Ian Dunt spoke to talkRADIO after the Institute for Government thinktank warned that the Brexit process appears 'chaotic and dysfunctional' to outsiders
Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem firmly stated the UK can't expect unrestrained access to European markets unless it accepts free movement of labour
Boris Johnson has claimed that Donald Trump will be an opportunity for Europe, despite previously criticising the new president
Jon Holmes hears more about what Donald Trump plans in the wake of the election
Our star presenters weighed in to the debate following this morning's decision that Parliament must be consulted before Article 50 can be triggered
Julia told Open Britain director James McGrory the decision on Brexit has already been made
Boris Johnson said Britain will make a “Titanic success of Brexit," at the Spectator Awards on Wednesday night
Olympic Stadium Coalition spokesperson Matt Roper tells Julia 'frightening' new figures about the stadium's conversion cost must be the catalyst for a new agreement
Steve Norris made the claims after new figures showed the govenrment may have exaggerated the financial case for Heathrow
Julia had a fiesty debate with the Tory leader of Richmond Council in the wake of the Heathrow airport decision yesterday
Announcement made ahead of schedule after various outlets had reported that Heathrow was likely to win battle with Gatwick
Tim Shipman claims Ben Wallace told Johnson he should vote Remain so as not to align himself with the 'clowns' supporting Brexit.