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Johnsons deny sacking their nanny for having a drink with Boris: Childcare can be a contentious issue at the best of times. So Mr S was intrigued to read of ...
Nanny 'sacked after she was seen having drink with Boris Johnson': She claims she was given just 15 minutes to pack and leave
Tens of thousands march against antisemitism in London including U.K. ex-Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson admits post-Brexit migration errors: Boris Johnson has admitted that the immigration system he introduced after Brexit has allowed too many ...
COVID inquiry: Michael Gove apologises for pandemic 'errors' and says lockdown went against Boris Johnson's 'world view'
Boris Sokratov: The impact of the politics on the future of Māori will have long-lasting effects
The Johnsons have grand designs for their £3.8 million moated manor in Oxfordshire. By Hilary Rose Click the link to read the full article: www.thetimes.co.uk/article/gold-walls-and-frills-inside-carrie-and-boris-johnsons-home-p06mvm9qs
Boris Johnson 'could have kept deaths down if he listened to advice', Covid inquiry hears
Covid inquiry: Boris Johnson vented at ‘malingering workshy people’: Sajid Javid, the former chancellor, tells inquiry he felt Johnson was not in charge of what ...
40 Percent Of Greeks Believe In Being Jinxed Or Cursed – Greek City Times: At the same time, belief in magical practices, as scientific studies show ...
Rishi Sunak denies saying it was ‘OK’ to ‘just let people die’ of Covid: The suggestion appeared in pandemic diaries shared with the Covid inquiry by former ...
Quick Glance: Greece, UK Dispute: Parthenon Sculptures Clash
- Controversy over Parthenon sculptures displayed in the British Museum.
- Canceled meeting due to disagreement on revisiting resolved matters.
- Sculptures divided between London and Athens.
- Dispute jeopardized global issue discussions, including wars and climate crisis.
Matt Hancock: The key questions facing ex-health secretary as he prepares to give evidence to COVID inquiry
A vacuous, amoral elite who lost the plot. Saltburn or the Covid inquiry? It’s hard to tell
I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! review – it is clearly going to be a cakewalk for Nigel Farage
Quick Glance: Nigel Farage Confronts Snakes in I’m A Celebrity 2023
- Farage faces first challenge in I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, confronting snakes to win tokens.
- Task involves sharing a box with snakes with Ms. Gibson, while she searches for tokens in a barrel of mud.
- Josie Gibson takes Brexit swipe at Nigel Farage during their first meeting.
- Introduction of Farage as the man who's got everyone talking, not just known for his controversial political career, but also for his own show on GB News.
It pains me to say it, but Nadine Dorries was right about posh boys: Imagine her froth and fury when Sunak announced Cameron’s peerage
Quick Glance: Braverman's Sharp Attack on Sunak After Dismissal
- Braverman launches scathing attack on PM Sunak, accusing him of abandoning secret promises.
- Former home secretary criticizes Sunak's record in government after her dismissal.
- Braverman criticizes Sunak in a letter, accusing him of betrayal.
- She thanks the PM for the dismissal but criticizes his governance and lack of support.
Boris Johnson piles pressure on Rishi Sunak over migration figures - as he claims Dublin 'engulfed by race riots'
Sadiq Khan says exclusion of London officials from Covid meetings cost lives: ‘Bad faith’ on part of Boris Johnson’s government meant ministers missed out on ...
How They Broke Britain by James O’Brien, review: Full of anger – and not much else
Covid inquiry: Chris Whitty says ‘we had no plan for a pandemic’: Key moments With the benefit of hindsight the country acted too late, Whitty admits Britain ...
Quick Glance: Covid Inquiry: First Lockdown Delayed - Whitty
- Prof Sir Chris Whitty told the inquiry he would have banned mass gatherings earlier in March 2020, in hindsight.
- He stated that the government had 'no good options' at the time.
- There was a risk of acting too early as well as too late.
- Whitty also defended not raising the alarm across government in mid-January 2020, despite warnings from his deputy.
Tens of thousands show unity with British Jews: Tens of thousands of people marched through London yesterday in the largest demonstration against antisemitism ...
Boris Johnson spotted taking part in London march: He is among thousands gathering in central London for the rally
Our Favorite Mugs: At Wirecutter we love tea and coffee, so it’s no surprise we’re passionate about the vessels we drink them out of ...
'Rishi thinks just let people die': Dominic Cummings' claim revealed in Sir Patrick Vallance's COVID diary
Dominic Raab advised Boris Johnson to receive vaccine live on TV and take part in 'cross-country ski marathon'
David Cameron hails old foe Boris Johnson during first visit to Ukraine: New UK foreign secretary makes first overseas trip since dramatic return to Cabinet.
Johnson was more interested in 'status' than 'good decision-making', says FM: Wales' First Minister criticised comments made by the former Prime Minister
Charlotte Owen praises Boris Johnson in maiden speech to Lords: Baroness Owen of Alderley Edge has thanked Boris Johnson for putting his trust in her as she ...
UK Covid Inquiry: Devastating evidence about 'bamboozled' Boris Johnson may benefit 'boring' Keir Starmer – Scotsman comment
A blunderer in high office: Three years ago, as the spectre of a Christmas lockdown haunted the country, Covid-19 presented a grave threat ...
Russia offered to end war if Ukraine didn't join NATO: negotiator: A Russian delegation during 2022 peace talks told Ukraine to give up NATO ambitions to stop ...
Anheuser-Busch Heir Billy Busch Jr.'s Malibu Home Listed for $4.5M: The Anheuser-Busch heir's Malibu residence is nested into the foothills above County ...
All the times top official Jenny Harries told Brits to chill about COVID-19: The UK Health Security Agency boss — whose early pandemic interventions raised ...
Boris Johnson joins antisemitism protest as thousands march against hate in London
Johnson told Vallance: ‘My gut tells me this will be fine,’ Covid inquiry hears: Vallance and Whitty were split over how early and hard measures should be taken ...
Does red wine give you headaches? Buy a cheaper bottle, scientists say.: Quercetin, a compound usually found in red wine, might be to blame for those pesky ...
‘Everyone Who Gets a Seat Feels Special’: Le French Diner is where your favorite chefs eat on their nights off, but how did a 19-seat Lower East Side brasserie ...
A Sleek Los Angeles Spec Mansion Lists for $45 Million: This newly built spec home rests on Holmby Hills property once owned by legendary actress Claudette ...
Boris Johnson was 'bamboozled' by scientific data, UK's Covid-19 inquiry hears
Suella Braverman was the pantomime villain, but don’t expect the story to change now she’s gone
The Dorries Inquiry? Call for probe into Boris book: Johnson loyalists have described revelations in The Plot as 'deeply troubling'
Gavin Esler on British politics: ‘We’ve got a lot of fairly rotten people in parliament’
In Boris vs Dave, has Lord Cameron won?: In his maiden speech to the Lords, the new foreign secretary took digs at his school rival
Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson 'bamboozled' by science, COVID-19 inquiry told
UK PM Rishi Sunak reportedly said government should let people die, COVID inquiry hears
British state ‘surprisingly bad’ at responding to COVID-19, inquiry hears: Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty blames sluggish government machine for U.K ...
Martha Stewart's Slow-Cooker Italian-Braised Pork Shoulder: Crushed tomatoes, red wine, and fennel seeds give this tender braised pork shoulder recipe a ...
David Cameron's Ukraine trip shows its importance to the UK - and that experience in high office comes with baggage
Patrick Vallance and the politicisation of Covid science: Throughout the Covid meetings, Sir Patrick Vallance was scribbling almost as much as Michael Gove ...
The Covid inquiry begs the question how did Boris Johnson become Prime Minister? - Matthew Flinders
Mainze State Theater: Caretaker tackles the flood of broken glass: Uwe curse freed on November 11th. Not only the steps of the Mainz State Theater are covered in ...
Why Does Red Wine Cause a Headache?: Is it sulfites, tannins or another culprit? Here’s what the research says about the migraines some people get with a glass ...
Instagram alternative Glass is getting more expensive in 2024: Glass.photo is an excellent alternative for photographers who want to escape the Instagram grind ...
The Great Climate Fight review: The only doc that makes Boris Johnson look good: Fronted by Kevin McCloud, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Mary Portas ...
The Plot: The Political Assassination of Boris Johnson by Nadine Dorries review – the treachery of ‘Oddjob’, ‘The Wolf’ and ‘Dr No’
Quick Glance: Political Assassination of Boris Johnson
- A story of treachery and deceit in pursuit of power
- Revelation of a secret group within the Tory party
- Sensational conspiracy against Boris Johnson
- Exposure of the truth through investigative work by Nadine Dorries
Rwanda plan ‘not the be all and end all’, says James Cleverly: Rishi Sunak remains under pressure to revive the illegal migration policy after this month’s ...
Lord of Essex border town puts title up for sale to boost pension: Phillip Leigh has been the Lord of Walthamstow since 1989
Why does nothing work in Britain today? Let me explain: Don’t be conned again by the Tories. Britain can be better than this
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