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After December’s election, Boris Johnson is in a much stronger position than he was previously, with a majority of 80 in the Commons.
This means plans the government puts forward are likely to pass, as there aren’t enough opposition MPs to vote against them.
Such plans, of course, include the PM’s Brexit bill, which passed through the Commons last week.
Now the legislation is in the Lords, so we can expect some debate on the topic, but little to change.
Dan Walker is wondering whether or not he’ll be able to get the PM’s thoughts about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s plan to step back from royal life.
Katie Perrior, Theresa May’s former director of communications and a colleague of Boris Johnson’s when he was mayor of London, says politicians “should probably stay out” of commenting on the situation.
“It’s nothing to do with him, really… it’s someone else’s business,» she adds.
Former Labour adviser Ayesha Hazarika points out the PM might, however, know how the Royal Family is feeling.
He probably has “some sympathy” with a “high-profile family” struggling with “divisions”, she quips.
Welcome to the BBC Politics live page.
We are ready and waiting for Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s first big interview of 2020.
BBC’s Breakfast’s Dan Walker is at No 10 for a sit down with the PM, due to start just after 08:00 GMT.
We will bring you all the news from that one-on-one so stay with us for live updates.