EXCLUSIVE: Another Work Do For Downing Street?

Boris Johnson was pictured laughing and joking last night as he canoodled with a bunch of elites on a Whitehall patio just hours after he announced his resignation. The disgraced Prime Minister was seen hobnobbing with several coworkers and officials, giving out hugs and cracking jokes as the party drowned their collective sorrows on aContinue reading “EXCLUSIVE: Another Work Do For Downing Street?”

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Michael Gove Says Millions Of Britons Are Open To Accepting Ukrainian Refugees

Michael Gove has suggested that millions of Britons could be ready to host Ukrainian refugees with a £350 a month government ‘thank you’ as he said the first arrivals should be next week. The Cabinet minister pointed to surveys revealing that as many as one in 10 people were willing to put up people escapingContinue reading “Michael Gove Says Millions Of Britons Are Open To Accepting Ukrainian Refugees”

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Hospitals in The United Kingdom Are Reporting Omicron Cases, According To Nadhim Zahawi

Nadhim Zahawi revealed there are now patients with Omicron being treated in UK hospitals, and he said the new coronavirus variant means a massive bump in the road for the nation’s recovery from the pandemic. The Education Secretary painted a gloomy picture of the spread of the mutant strain as he said it now accountsContinue reading “Hospitals in The United Kingdom Are Reporting Omicron Cases, According To Nadhim Zahawi”

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Therese Coffey Slammed For Belting Out ‘Time Of My Life’ At A Boozy Conference Karaoke

The Cabinet Minister in charge of Universal Credit was slammed for belting out ‘Time Of My Life’ at a boozy Conservative party conference karaoke bash, hours before cutting payments to six million people. Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey enthusiastically belted out the 1987 power ballad from the movie Dirty Dancing in a duet withContinue reading “Therese Coffey Slammed For Belting Out ‘Time Of My Life’ At A Boozy Conference Karaoke”

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Boris Johnson Slaps Down Michael Gove

Boris Johnson slapped down Michael Gove after he lashed out at selfish vaccine refusers. The Prime Minister insisted he wouldn’t use the jibe and getting jabs should instead be seen as a positive thing to do. Pointing to plans to require evidence of vaccination for entry to nightclubs and events, Boris Johnson said people wouldContinue reading “Boris Johnson Slaps Down Michael Gove”

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Take Two Tests In Three Days For 24 Hours Of Freedom?

Boris Johnson is facing a new assault on his plan for COVID passports to go to the pub, amid claims ministers are attempting to strongarm young people into getting vaccinated. The government is putting together a policy where an NHS app would be utilised as evidence people have had jabs, or been newly tested. PeopleContinue reading “Take Two Tests In Three Days For 24 Hours Of Freedom?”

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The Collapse Of Trade With The EU Will Continue Until The Summer

Industry groups have warned that the collapse of Britain’s trade with the EU will continue into the summer after the failure to recruit up to 30,000 customs agents, despite government pledges that normal service has resumed. Delays and confusion at the UK’s ports, which have resulted in 40 per cent of trucks crossing the ChannelContinue reading “The Collapse Of Trade With The EU Will Continue Until The Summer”

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Baffling Brexit Rules Threaten Export Chaos

Leading business groups have said that Ministers must restart trade negotiations with Brussels now to sort out the baffling array of post-Brexit rules and regulations that now threaten much of the UK’s export trade to the EU. Amid rising excitement amongst UK firms at cross border conflict, they were told would not exist, British manufacturingContinue reading “Baffling Brexit Rules Threaten Export Chaos”

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National Circuit Breaker Would Be Unfair, Voices Michael Gove

A national circuit breaker lockdown was ruled out by the Government after Labour said that several might be needed and each could last longer than three weeks. Michael Gove, the Cabinet Office minister, left the door open for a regional variant of the policy, however, by criticising it only for imposing blanket restrictions on placesContinue reading “National Circuit Breaker Would Be Unfair, Voices Michael Gove”

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