13 C
London
Saturday, October 23, 2021

TAG

Boris Johnson

Government to allow more foreign butchers in to prevent pig cull

The government is due to allow more foreign butchers in to prevent mass slaughter, Sky News has reported. According to media reports, the government will announce a package of measures… The post Government to allow more foreign butchers in to prevent pig cull appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

The quest for a four-day working week

It could have been so different. Back in 2019, two leaders on the opposite ends of the political spectrum pitched their vision to their country. Boris Johnson boldly set out his stall: “Get Brexit done”. Jeremy Corbyn promised to empower workers’ rights. The public emphatically chose Johnson. Nearly two years later, could the prime minister…

Steel boss: PM must step in to sort energy crisis

UK Steel director general Gareth Stace has called on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to “bang ministerial heads together” to control the crisis facing the sector. Stace said the steel sector… The post Steel boss: PM must step in to sort energy crisis appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Expert says businesses need improved Covid testing if we really ‘must see people back in the office’

Yesterday’s Conservative Party Conference speech by Prime Minister Boris Johnson included a strong call for people to return to office life. However, a leading Covid vaccination expert, Dr Quinton Fivelman,… The post Expert says businesses need improved Covid testing if we really ‘must see people back in the office’ appeared first on London Business News…

Prime Minister promises teachers will be paid £3,000 more in ‘levelling up premium’ with a starting salary of £30,000

The Prime Minister announced during his key speech at the Tory Party conference in Manchester today that teachers will be paid £3,000 more in a “levelling up premium.” Talented teachers… The post Prime Minister promises teachers will be paid £3,000 more in ‘levelling up premium’ with a starting salary of £30,000 appeared first on London…

Betfair gives the odds for Boris to stay on as Prime Minister until 2022 or later

Tory party conference odds: Boris Johnson odds-on to stay as PM until 2022 or later… 7/4 for a 2023 election… Tories evens to win a majority at next election. Year… The post Betfair gives the odds for Boris to stay on as Prime Minister until 2022 or later appeared first on London Business News |…

Johnson says Conservatives will have the ‘guts’ to tackle ‘aching’ inequality

In his keynote address to the Conservative party’s annual conference this afternoon in Manchester, the Prime Minister outlined his hope to reform the UK economy by tackling regional inequality and slammed Labour’s policies on drugs, crime and the economy. In his first in-person conference speech since the 2019 general election, he began by paying tribute…

Boris Johnson conference speech: LIVE

Boris Johnson conference speech: LIVE 10:30am – After Starmer’s successful show in Brighton last week, can Boris beat him? Usually parties get a bounce after their conferences, but after the infighting at the Labour conference and misplaced positivity in the face of a tough winter at the Conservative conference, both parties might feel like they could…

End to Universal Credit uplift sparks widespread criticism

The £20 a week uplift in Universal Credit introduced in April 2020 will end today. The top-up was intended as a temporary measure to help people on low incomes during the pandemic, but many have urged the government not to scrap it. The exact date the money will stop being paid will vary depending on…

Crisis–what crisis? Boris Johnson frames shortages as ‘sign of economic robustness’

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said that the UK’s ongoing labour shortages are a ‘sign of economic robustness’. When asked about ongoing supply issues in an interview with the BBC Radio 4 Today program this morning, he said, ”what you’re seeing” across the UK and the world “is the stresses and train you’d expect from…

Latest news