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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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 Is Ordered To Dismiss Openly Manoeuvring Rishi Sunak

Boris Johnson has reportedly been told to sack Rishi Sunak after the Chancellor publicly criticised the Prime Minister over his claim that Sir Keir Starmer failed to prosecute Jimmy Savile. Boris Johnson is desperately trying to see off the growing threat of a vote of no confidence, as more than a dozen Tory MPs haveContinue reading “Boris Johnson Is Ordered To Dismiss Openly Manoeuvring Rishi Sunak”

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Today Is Freedom (From Masks) Day!

Large numbers of shoppers and commuters have continued wearing masks despite a rift of COVID curbs in England including face coverings and vaccine passports being scrapped. Supermarkets and public transport operators are still demanding customers do the right thing and cover their faces despite COVID cases, hospitalisations and deaths all falling in the past 24Continue reading “Today Is Freedom (From Masks) Day!”

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Prime Minister and Rishi Sunak Could Reduce Energy Bills’ VAT

Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are considering a U-turn over energy bills that would see VAT cut or scrapped to relieve the pressure on hard-pressed families. The Prime Minister has previously repudiated the idea saying that cutting the tax was a blunt instrument, but may be forced to act in the face of increasing politicalContinue reading “Prime Minister and Rishi Sunak Could Reduce Energy Bills’ VAT”

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Keir Starmer Calls Boris Johnson’s Social Care Reforms A Working Class Dementia Tax

Sir Keir Starmer has labelled Boris Johnson’s social care reforms a working-class dementia tax as the two leaders engaged in fierce clashes at PMQs. Sir Keir Starmer accused Boris Johnson of breaking a Tory manifesto promise that nobody would have to sell their homes to pay for care. The Labour leader claimed the Government wasContinue reading “Keir Starmer Calls Boris Johnson’s Social Care Reforms A Working Class Dementia Tax”

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Long Waits For Routine Treatment In The NHS

It was reported that follow up appointments are to be scrapped and patients moved around the country under extreme strategies to tackle the immense NHS waiting list overload. The Health Secretary Sajid Javid is understood to have ordered NHS health chiefs to come up with suggestions to alleviate the backlog. A review will recommend patientsContinue reading “Long Waits For Routine Treatment In The NHS”

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Conservative Fury At Boris Johnson’s Crackdown On MPs’ Outside Earnings

Boris Johnson was facing another brutal day attempting to quell the sleaze crisis with Tories angry about his back of a fag packet crackdown on their outside earnings. The Prime Minister desperately sought to draw a line under the chaos by promising to ban politicians from working as consultants on the side, something that costsContinue reading “Conservative Fury At Boris Johnson’s Crackdown On MPs’ Outside Earnings”

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What Are The Chances Of Plan B?

Rishi Sunak insisted there was no need to move to Plan B to cut COVID cases after health leaders debated whether there needed to be an urgent rollout of tougher measures to combat a surge in cases. The Chancellor insisted that the data showed that bringing back working from home and introducing compulsory COVID passportsContinue reading “What Are The Chances Of Plan B?”

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Andy Burnham Wants Council Tax Slashed

Andy Burnham yesterday called on Labour to support a wealth tax based on the value of the property. The Greater Manchester mayor said he wanted to see council tax scrapped and replaced with the new tax. The proportional tax would see homeowners paying a yearly levy worth about 0.5 per cent of the value ofContinue reading “Andy Burnham Wants Council Tax Slashed”

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