The Professor Who Breached Lockdown

Professor Neil Ferguson will not face additional action by the police after admitting he made an error of judgment by breaching social distancing rules despite being an important figure in shaping the lockdown. Scotland Yard reprimanded his performance as visibly disappointing but ruled out issuing a fine because he had taken responsibility after quitting asContinue reading “The Professor Who Breached Lockdown”

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Johnson and Cummings Face Backlash

Boris Johnson faces mounting requests to launch an ethics inquiry into a top aide who dramatically fired a young adviser to the Chancellor. Dominic Cummings faces a turbulent backlash over his removal of 27-year-old Treasury aide Sonia Khan. The special advisor, who before worked for pro-EU Philip Hammond, was escorted out of 10 Downing StreetContinue reading “Johnson and Cummings Face Backlash”

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Jacob Rees-Mogg Suggests Crackdown

Jacob Rees-Mogg has announced there may need to be a crackdown on demonstrators outside Parliament after the Tory and his 12-year-old son were taunted with screams of ‘traitor’ and the Leader of the Commons said MPs must consider about whether there’s more they need to do after he suffered wailings of ‘f**k off’, ‘utter prick’,Continue reading “Jacob Rees-Mogg Suggests Crackdown”

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Boris Johnson Mocks Extinction Rebellion Protesters

Overbearing Boris Johnson unleashed an insulting assault on Extinction Rebellion protestors only a few yards from where they’d set up camp outside Downing Street. The Prime Minister branded the enthusiastic activists nose-ringed, uncooperative crusties who were dirtying the road with their heaving hemp-smelling tents and speaking at the launch of a Margaret Thatcher biography inContinue reading “Boris Johnson Mocks Extinction Rebellion Protesters”

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