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Partygate photos will be published in ‘within 48hrs’ proving Boris ‘obviously lied to the Commons and possibly the cops’

Downing Street’s former chief aide Dominic Cummings has said “within the next 24-48 hours” photos will be published which shows that the Prime Minister “obviously lied to the Commons and… The post Partygate photos will be published in ‘within 48hrs’ proving Boris ‘obviously lied to the Commons and possibly the cops’ appeared first on London…

Boris urged to take urgent action over the devastating impact of rising food prices and escalating food insecurity issues

This week, leading farm animal welfare charity Compassion in World Farming wrote to the Prime Minister and to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Minister, Rt Hon George Eustice MP,… The post Boris urged to take urgent action over the devastating impact of rising food prices and escalating food insecurity issues appeared first on London…

Gove backpedals No 10’s emergency budget hints

The levelling up secretary has contradicted the government’s previous suggestions an emergency budget could be on the horizon. Yesterday afternoon the prim minister suggested that he would be “saying more” about the government’s cost of living response “in the days to come. These comments came after policing minister Kit Malthouse refused to rule out an…

Russian state TV blames UK for ‘war crimes’ over the ‘Bucha massacre’ which was ‘plotted by the British’

Channel One Russia who are Vladimir Putin’s mouthbox are bending the truth in their propaganda war and have blamed the UK for falsely blaming the horrific war crimes on Putin’s… The post Russian state TV blames UK for ‘war crimes’ over the ‘Bucha massacre’ which was ‘plotted by the British’ appeared first on London Business…

MPs break tradition with a long standing applaud as the Ukraine ambassador visits the Commons

The House of Commons broke tradition on Wednesday during Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) with a long standing applaud which lasted for two minutes, as the Ukraine ambassador was welcomed into… The post MPs break tradition with a long standing applaud as the Ukraine ambassador visits the Commons appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Decades of Nato failure define the UK’s stance on Ukraine

While modern Ukraine first declared independence in 1917, its national identity largely stems from the eastern Slavic culture that flourished in approximately the same area as the modern state during the middle ages. This is the period in which national identities also emerged in Britain. While their present realities sharply contrast, the fates of Ukraine…

Savanta ComRes monthly political tracker: Highest ever ‘Best PM’ rating for Sir Keir Starmer

The proportion of UK adults who say that Keir Starmer would make the best Prime Minister is at its highest level ever according to the latest wave of Savanta ComRes’… The post Savanta ComRes monthly political tracker: Highest ever ‘Best PM’ rating for Sir Keir Starmer appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Boris caught out again as another damning photo shows him drinking at a ‘No.10 Christmas party’ and warned more ‘will come out’

The Prime Minister has been told to explain himself on Wednesday after another photo has emerged with him opening a bottle of Champagne with food laid out at a “Christmas… The post Boris caught out again as another damning photo shows him drinking at a ‘No.10 Christmas party’ and warned more ‘will come out’ appeared…

Speaker reminds MPs ‘our words have consequences’

Following “abuse” towards Keir Starmer outside parliament last night, the Speaker of the House, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, made a statement, which reminded MPs that their “words have consequences”. This follows “reports that some abuse was directed towards the leader of the opposition related to claims made by the prime minister”. Hoyle repeated his previous remarks,…

LIVE – Rees-Mogg made ‘Brexit opportunities’ minister in surprise reshuffle

Jacob Rees-Mogg has been made minister for ‘Brexit Opportunities and Government Efficiency’ in the first confirmed move in today’s reshuffle. Rees-Mogg has been serving as Leader of the Commons since January 2019. His new role will see him work from the Cabinet Office, as current chief whip Mark Spencer is set to replace him as…

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