Dominic Cummings uses a lot of colourful words about the prime minister: “unethical” (twice), “foolish”, “possibly illegal”, “almost certainly broke the rules”, and “below the standards of competence and integrity the country deserves”. But what, exactly, does he say
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is battling to get his government back on track amid incendiary claims about his conduct during the pandemic and ongoing rows over lobbying and cronyism. The Daily Mail reported Monday that the premier said last year
Britain has seen its budget deficit rise during the coronavirus pandemic to its highest level since the year after the end of World War II, official figures showed on Friday.
People power is back. Three of the biggest stories this week have convincingly demonstrated the force of popular protest. Plans for a European Super League lie in tatters after furious fans expressed their discontent, congregating at Stamford Bridge and Elland Road and
Johnson and Biden on Saturday vowed to deepen ties and cooperate on tackling climate change in their first conversation since the US president's inauguration, the British prime minister's office said.
If you want to know how much trouble Keir Starmer is in, look at the four subjects he has chosen to debate in the opposition’s time in the House of Commons. Last Monday, it was universal credit and free school meals; this Monday it will be council tax
The bonfire of good ideas lit by Boris Johnson’s government just keeps on getting fuelled. The latest to be thrown on the flames: a leaked Department of Health paper suggesting everyone testing positive for coronavirus in England be paid £500 to help
Before the EU’s comprehensive vaccine plan descended into a farce of screeching U-turns, bitter recriminations and a raid on a pharma factory, the European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen sent this tweet to her half-million followers:
The former London mayor took office on Wednesday and swept out more than half the ministers who served Theresa May in the difficult closing months of her premiership.