Christopher Hope, The Telegraph

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The Telegraph

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Past articles by Christopher:

Laura Kuenssberg: 'I fear online abuse is putting women off journalism'

Former BBC political editor says the corporation must be 'alive' to vile comments → Read More

How Boris Johnson could chart a course back to Number 10

He is said to be obsessed with delivering for the 14m who voted Conservative in 2019, but faces a long, hard road to political redemption → Read More

Tory leadership race timetable: When the new Prime Minister will be announced and what happens now

Conservative leadership race is whittled down to two - Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, who will now go head-to-head to become PM → Read More

Revealed: The WhatsApp messages that show Tory Brexiteers at war over call to back Liz Truss

Uproar as MPs defy ERG chairman’s plea to ‘unite firmly’ behind the Foreign Secretary in leadership race → Read More

Jacob Rees-Mogg mulls Tory leadership bid

Cabinet Office minister canvassing whether to stand as ‘pro-Boris candidate’ → Read More

The 1922 committee rules and how the Tories will elect a new Prime Minister

The process to thin down the field will be swift before two rivals go head-to-head → Read More

The 1922 committee rules and how the Tories will elect a new Prime Minister

The process to thin down the field will be swift before two rivals go head-to-head → Read More

Lord Geidt resigns as Boris Johnson’s ethics chief

Adviser quits a day after saying that PM’s partygate fine may represent a breach of ministerial code → Read More

Liz Truss dubbed ‘Brexit Queen’ after Cabinet clash over Northern Ireland

Sources claim Cabinet ministers fluttered their ‘leadership feathers’ in tense Protocol meeting that quickly divided along Brexit lines → Read More

Michael Grade, critic of the ‘woke brigade’, named Ofcom chairman

Former ITV and Channel 4 chief has branded the £159 licence fee a ‘regressive tax’ → Read More

Levelling up can help Great Yarmouth, Hastings and ... Chelsea, says minister

Neil O'Brien says policy is not a ‘North/South thing’, adding that it is ‘easy to mistake how well-off places are’ → Read More

Exclusive: Government seeks to gag BBC over spy story

Attorney General to ask for injunction against story that broadcaster says is in the public interest → Read More

Tony Blair receives knighthood in New Year Honours list, 14 years after leaving Downing Street

Knighthood follows claims that delay was preventing other former prime ministers from being honoured → Read More

How Boris Johnson’s magic died at the 1922 Committee ahead of shattering Commons rebellion

Previously loyal Conservatives are now openly speculating about the Prime Minister’s future after 100 Tory MPs vote against Government → Read More

‘Cruel world of politics’: Inside story of the Tory U-turn that meant Owen Paterson’s career was over

Former environment secretary quits without being able to clear his name after Government climbs down on plans to reform standards system → Read More

Billion-pound cash boost for high streets to regenerate old buildings

Treasury says the money will ‘breathe life’ back into heritage hotspots with museums also set to receive major funding in next week's Budget → Read More

Peterborough or Boston will be home to new Museum of Brexit

Pro-Leave hotspots revealed as final two candidates for exhibition commemorating Britain’s split from European Union → Read More

Mild winter could protect households from soaring energy bills, says Kwasi Kwarteng

Business Secretary shares internal long-term forecasts, which show wet and warner spells expected, with energy companies → Read More

Sadiq Khan ‘putting women’s safety at risk’ by keeping Night Tube shut

London Mayor urged to reintroduce through the night service in aftermath of the murder of Sarah Everard → Read More

Exclusive: Losers can no longer win as ‘first past the post’ reintroduced for all elections

Supplementary voting system to be axed after it was blamed for confusing the public and seeing ‘loser’ candidates win on second preferences → Read More