At Some Councils, Nine Out Of Ten Staff Still Work From Home

It has emerged that more than 90 per cent of council staff are working from home in some places. According to freedom of information requests, council buildings are between a quarter and a half as full as offices in the private sector, yet local authorities are still using taxpayers’ money to service empty office space.Continue reading “At Some Councils, Nine Out Of Ten Staff Still Work From Home”

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Despite The Partygate Scandal, Boris Johnson Is Still Preferred To Keir Starmer As Prime Minister

A poll has revealed that Boris Johnson is still a preferable Prime Minister to Sir Keir Starmer. Boris Johnson, who was dealt a political blow last week when 148 of his MPs voted for a no-confidence motion in him, has seen his popularity eroded since the 2019 election by the Partygate disclosures and the costContinue reading “Despite The Partygate Scandal, Boris Johnson Is Still Preferred To Keir Starmer As Prime Minister”

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Family Furious After 89-Year-Old Left Outside For Over Eight Hours In Ambulance Queue

An old man who required critical medical care after falling on his head was given a 21-hour wait time for an ambulance and then forced to queue in the ambulance for eight hours outside the hospital. The family of Roy Clare, 89, from Southend-on-Sea, called 999 on Tuesday when he fell out of his wheelchairContinue reading “Family Furious After 89-Year-Old Left Outside For Over Eight Hours In Ambulance Queue”

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Boris’s Plans To Axe 91,000 Jobs Will Leave The Civil Service Incapable Of Handling The Post-Brexit Workload, Unions Claim

Union leaders have expressed new angst at Boris Johnson’s intent to cut 91,000 civil service jobs as they warned the scheduled cuts would leave Whitehall unable to cope with its post-Brexit workload. The Prime Minister recently ordered ministers and senior officials to lower the civil service to the size it was in 2016. In theContinue reading “Boris’s Plans To Axe 91,000 Jobs Will Leave The Civil Service Incapable Of Handling The Post-Brexit Workload, Unions Claim”

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GPs Still Refuse To See Patients Face-To-Face. What Could Possibly Justify This?

Helen Leaford, 62, from Basingstoke was falling over and suffering dizzy spells, but her GP advised her to use ear drops and get used to being off balance, but instead, she borrowed money from friends and went to see a private doctor. The £300 doctor said she needed an urgent MRI scan to diagnose theContinue reading “GPs Still Refuse To See Patients Face-To-Face. What Could Possibly Justify This?”

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Sue Gray Report: ‘I Wish I’d Taken A Fine To Be With My Dying Husband’

“I wish I hadn’t followed the rules, I’d have taken the fine,” Sara said, adding she would have given anything to spend more time with her dying husband. She told BBC 5 Live she obeyed the rules because she thought the government was doing the right thing, and like many of those bereaved by COVID,Continue reading “Sue Gray Report: ‘I Wish I’d Taken A Fine To Be With My Dying Husband’”

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It’s Not Like He Walked Into A Rave In Ibiza

Boris Johnson’s allies have played down the gravity of his Partygate penalty, with one minister suggesting it was no more serious than a parking ticket. Boris Johnson is expected to make a statement to MPs, with expectations of a full-throated apology for the £50 fix penalty notice he received for violating the lockdown laws. ButContinue reading “It’s Not Like He Walked Into A Rave In Ibiza”

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As Costs Rise 7 Percent In March, Inflation Reaches Its Highest Level In 30 Years

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is facing more financial pressure after the rate of inflation skyrocketed to a 30 year high. The Office for National Statistics said that the rate of Consumer Prices Index inflation grew to 7 per cent in March from 6.2 per cent in February. The rise was higher than the 6.7 per centContinue reading “As Costs Rise 7 Percent In March, Inflation Reaches Its Highest Level In 30 Years”

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Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak, And Carrie Will Be Fined For Partygate

Boris Johnson became the first serving Prime Minister in history to be punished for law-breaking as No 10 confirmed he will be fined by the police for attending an illegal Partygate event. Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie and Chancellor Rishi Sunak are among a tranche of 30 more fixed penalty notices dished out by ScotlandContinue reading “Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak, And Carrie Will Be Fined For Partygate”

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‘DUMPED BY EMAIL,’ Says Emily Bridges’ Mother

The mother of Emily Bridges has promised to take suitable measures after British Cycling reported it will ban transgender cyclists from racing following the suspension of its policy on the matter. In a statement, the body said the existing policy, which permits trans women to compete in female races if their testosterone levels are belowContinue reading “‘DUMPED BY EMAIL,’ Says Emily Bridges’ Mother”

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