Here’s your Wednesday run down:
– Pressure has grown on the Prime Minister to withdraw his comments linking Kimmy Saville to Sir Keir Starmer. On Monday, a group of protesters surrounded the Labour leader, with many shouting abuse. Police were forced to escort him away along with his Foreign Seretary, David Lammy.
– The Prime Minister conducted a mini Cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday, appointing Jacob Rees-Mogg as Minister for Brexit Opportunities. Mark Spencer, replaces Mr Rees-Mogg as leader of the Commons, while Chris Heaton-Harris becomes the new Chief Whip.
– One donor to the Conservative party, however, has claimed the Prime Minister is past the point of no return. John Armitage, who has donated over £500,000 to the Tories since Mr Johnson became leader, told the BBC said he believed leaders should leave if they lose their “moral authority”.