According to the Daily Express, Scotland Yard ruled that Boris Johnson was not partying on photographs taken during a lockdown. The police have viewed the photos and concluded Mr Johnson was present in his work…
The Independent reports that Boris Johnson’s premiership has been thrown into even greater peril with the publication of photographs showing him drinking wine with Downing Street staff during England’s second COVID lockdown in 2020.
According to The Guardian, civil servants and special advisers have responded with fury and disbelief after Scotland Yard confirmed Boris Johnson received only one of 126 fines levied for law-breaking parties at Downing Street and…
The Times reports that Jeremy Hunt has warned Boris Johnson that last week’s local elections were not just “mid-term blues” for the Conservatives, but also a sign the party risks losing the next election unless…
Keir Starmer has vowed to quit if fined over beergate, contrary to Boris Johnson’s refusal to go after law-breaking, according to the Daily Mirror. Labour leader insists he did not break any rules, but says:…
In a packed legislative programme of 38 bills, Boris Johnson will outline a raft of new policies to reshape Britain for all, including proposals for cutting red tape for businesses, removing remaining EU regulations, and…
Tomorrow’s council elections will see hundreds of Tories standing as “Local Conservatives” to distance themselves from Boris Johnson, reports The Guardian.
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