Andrew Lloyd Webber Threatens To Sue The Government

Andrew Lloyd Webber last night said he could take ministers to court if they don’t allow theatres to operate at full capacity from June 21. The impresario said it would be the ultimate death blow if the relaxation of restrictions didn’t go ahead as planned later this month. Indoor entertainment venues were able to reopenContinue reading “Andrew Lloyd Webber Threatens To Sue The Government”

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The Letter Carrie Symonds Wanted To Send To The Times

Boris Johnson refused to back fiancee Carrie Symonds’ complaint to The Times after it claimed the pair wanted to get rid of their pet pooch Dilyn. He objected because the proposed complaint, drawn up at the start of the COVID crisis, was ‘a nonsense.’ A copy of the draft letter was leaked to the DailyContinue reading “The Letter Carrie Symonds Wanted To Send To The Times”

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Boris Johnson Tells Tory MPs He Wants To Scrap The One-Metre-Plus Rule In Pubs On June 21

Boris Johnson has told Conservative MPs the one metre plus rule for social distancing is still set to be scrapped in June. A news outlet reported that the Prime Minister said that eliminating the measure was the single most important difference the government could bring about to get Britain’s pubs back into action, and heContinue reading “Boris Johnson Tells Tory MPs He Wants To Scrap The One-Metre-Plus Rule In Pubs On June 21”

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Ministers Are Split

Ministers are at loggerheads over whether to prolong lockdown beyond June 21 to protect idiot vaccine refuseniks from the Indian variant. Tensions are growing within the government as the more transmissible strain threatens to derail the roadmap, which should see all legal restrictions lifted from next month. Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng maintained he was stillContinue reading “Ministers Are Split”

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Boris Johnson’s £535 Outstanding Debt

Boris Johnson has been slapped with a court judgment for an outstanding debt after a COVID conspiracy theorist bizarrely alleged he’d repeatedly slandered her. Official records revealed that the Prime Minister was being pursued failing to pay a £535 bill. It initially appeared to be a fresh embarrassment for Boris Johnson, who’s already facing anContinue reading “Boris Johnson’s £535 Outstanding Debt”

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Let Us Inside Pubs NOW!

Lockdown weary Britons are demanding to be let back into pubs after the bank holiday washout, as hundreds of pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants shut early on Monday’s May Day Bank Holiday as wet and windy weather put a dampener on the three day weekend. And forecasters predicted that more bad weather could be onContinue reading “Let Us Inside Pubs NOW!”

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Councils Are Recruiting Troops Of New Coronavirus Marshals

Armies of new COVID marshals are being utilised across the nation for jobs that could continue for another two years despite lockdown restrictions being set to end in eight weeks. Councils in England are in the process of hiring a new body of marshals who are expected to take to the streets from July thisContinue reading “Councils Are Recruiting Troops Of New Coronavirus Marshals”

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One-Jab Janssen Vaccine Is Set To Be Approved Within Days

Britain’s fourth COVID vaccine would be just days away from being approved for use, as the Government plans to extend the rollout to the under 50s. A decision by the health regulator on the single-dose Janssen jab is expected to be made within the next ten days, and the Government’s order of 30 million doses,Continue reading “One-Jab Janssen Vaccine Is Set To Be Approved Within Days”

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Mandatory COVID Jabs

The UK government has always said there will be no mandatory COVID vaccination but appears to be apprehensively dipping its toe in the waters of the vaccine passport issue, which could have implications for those who don’t have one. However, some employers seem prepared to dive straight in, with ‘No jab, no job’ said CharlieContinue reading “Mandatory COVID Jabs”

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COVID Jobs Bloodbath

According to new figures, nearly 190,000 jobs have been lost and more than 15,000 stores were forced to close in the retail bloodbath since the first national lockdown a year ago. The Centre for Retail Research has unveiled that 188,685 retail jobs in the United Kingdom disappeared between the start of the first lockdown onContinue reading “COVID Jobs Bloodbath”

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