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Lord Evans told MPs that allowing the PM the final say on whether ministers should be investigated - and then decide if they had broken... [Read More]
Boris Johnson is believed to have approved a temporary cut for just a year, but altering the law would allow the target to be lowered... [Read More]
Hard Left members of the National Executive Committee (NEC) left a Zoom meeting this morning accusing party leader Sir Keir Starmer of a 'factional attack'... [Read More]
Coronavirus restrictions will be eased for five days at Christmas to allow up to three households to meet indoors after the four home nations agreed... [Read More]
Director of the University College London Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care Professor Andrew Hayward (pictured) claimed the five days of festive freedom will 'lead to... [Read More]
City MPs and the Conservative candidate for mayor, Shaun Bailey, sent the Prime Minister a clear warning after it emerged officials could place the metropolis... [Read More]
The Chancellor joked about having an elf on the shelf to ensure Boris Johnson was behaving, adding: 'I should take his credit card away.'... [Read More]
The Chancellor spoke today amid ongoing talks between both sides in search of a deal, with disagreement still outstanding over fishing rights and state aid... [Read More]
The Chancellor made the quip as he prepares to reveal how he plans to start balancing the UK's books and recover from the pandemic in... [Read More]
The Health Secretary made Gina Coladangelo a non-executive director of the department on a reported £15,000 salary. She remains the marketing and comms director of retailer... [Read More]
Britain could be hit by a wave of strike action if Rishi Sunak goes ahead with a public sector pay freeze, a senior trade union... [Read More]
Frances O'Grady, the TUC president, lashed out at reports suggesting that only doctors and nurses will escape a throttling of pay as the Government seeks... [Read More]
Mr Johnson's plans are facing strident opposition from a hardcore block of his own party, who argue that the restrictions cause more damage than they... [Read More]
Ministers from all four UK nations met yesterday and agreed to work towards 'some limited additional household bubbling for a small number of days', the... [Read More]
Up to four families could be allowed to form a coronavirus 'bubble' for five days over the festive period next month under plans that could... [Read More]
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer appeared on television via videolink from home and did a decent impression of a truck driver - ending all his... [Read More]
Ms Patel, 48, apologised for her treatment of civil servants on Friday after an official investigation found she bullied staff, on occasion shouting and swearing at... [Read More]
Ms Patel breached the requirements in the ministerial code to treat civil servants with consideration and respect, according to leaks of the long-awaited investigation into... [Read More]
CannaGrow Biosciences, which is based near Southampton, has only existed since 2018 and last month filed accounts showing it had assets totalling just £6,000. [Read More]
Top Treasury civil servant Sir Tom Scholar told MPs the UK economy was likely to see the worst annual contraction for the past three centuries... [Read More]
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