What Huawei 5G Ban Means

Boris Johnson ordered Huawei equipment to be removed from Britain’s 5G network by 2027, and he stated that the acquisition of Huawei 5G kit would be banned by the end of the year. The move was announced in parliament by culture minister Oliver Dowden, who stated the imposition of new sanctions by the United StatesContinue reading “What Huawei 5G Ban Means”

Shamima Begum and Boris Johnson Both Violated The Law

When she ran away to join an Islamic State in 2015, Shamima Begum violated the law. A year earlier, then Home Secretary Theresa May had applied powers under section 3 of the Terrorism Act 2000, to make the death cult a proscribed organisation, and having anything to do with the group was punishable by upContinue reading “Shamima Begum and Boris Johnson Both Violated The Law”

Confusion As Michael Gove Says …

Face masks shouldn’t be made compulsory in England’s shops, that’s what Michael Gove said, but now Boris Johnson has now toughened up the rules on coverings and has made face coverings mandatory. There are some people out there that chose to wear face coverings, there are others that don’t and there are many that can’tContinue reading “Confusion As Michael Gove Says …”

High Street Bloodbath

Britain’s economic problem intensified as three large firms revealed their job losses bring the number to more than 150,000. Boots, John Lewis and Burger King are axing their workers due to coronavirus, and Rishi Sunak’s meal deal recovery plan was not up to the task of saving thousands of high street businesses. Rishi Sunak promisedContinue reading “High Street Bloodbath”

Keir Starmer Accuses Boris Johnson Of Cruel Move

Keir Starmer has blasted Boris Johnson for pulling the plug on free TV licences for over 75s. The Labour leader attacked the Prime Minister of savagely admonishing pensioners who may have to choose between paying their TV licence and heating their homes. The assault came as Boris Johnson dug his heels in, and said theContinue reading “Keir Starmer Accuses Boris Johnson Of Cruel Move”

Fury As Tories Set To Axe Free Hospital Car Parking For NHS Workers When Coronavirus Alleviates

Tory ministers have sparked fury after saying free hospital car parking for NHS workers will be axed as coronavirus eases. Councils and NHS trusts in England were given money by the government in March to waive fees for hospital workers during this unprecedented time. But health minister Edward Argar announced the support can’t continue indefinitely.Continue reading “Fury As Tories Set To Axe Free Hospital Car Parking For NHS Workers When Coronavirus Alleviates”

Seven Times Boris Johnson Dramatically Changed

Boris Johnson has repeatedly maintained he’s proud of his record in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic but the last few months have witnessed a succession of U-turns, variations of heart and shifts in the science as COVID 19 killed more than 50,000 people in the United Kingdom. No Prime Minister could have dealt with anContinue reading “Seven Times Boris Johnson Dramatically Changed”

Tories Miss Coronavirus Target

Tory ministers have missed their target to get laptops to needy schoolchildren without computers at home. Gavin Williamson had alleged 230,000 laptops and tablets were on schedule to be issued by June 30, but the Education Secretary’s pledge fell short, as official figures show 202,212 were delivered or dispatched by that date. And despite schoolsContinue reading “Tories Miss Coronavirus Target”

Boris Johnson Accused Of Corrupt Government

Boris Johnson has been accused of leading a government based on sleaze and degradation, and it came as he defiantly stood by under fire Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick amid cash for favours claims, repeatedly declaring the matter was closed. It came after Robert Jenrick seemed to admit racing through planning permission to help Tory donorContinue reading “Boris Johnson Accused Of Corrupt Government”

Two Households May Be Permitted To Meet Indoors

Members of two households could soon be allowed to meet indoors, but they won’t be allowed to hug which Boris Johnson is expected to unveil, and he’s expected to announce the changes as well as confirming museums, art galleries and cinemas will open from July 4, along with pubs, restaurants and hairdressers. That would meanContinue reading “Two Households May Be Permitted To Meet Indoors”