It’s not exactly “hold the front page” when a politician is caught lying, but what about when it’s an entire political party and the lying isn’t Trump-style seat-of-the pants lying, but is part of a planned communications strategy?
The Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin, which is made out of wool, will be transported in a hybrid electric Land Rover designed by the Prince himself in 2005, say reports.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces two pivotal Brexit votes in the British parliament on Tuesday that will decide if he can deliver on his pledge to lead the United Kingdom out of the European Union in just nine days time.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday set out his government's priorities at a parliamentary ceremony full of pomp and pageantry attended by the Queen, with Brexit top of the agenda.
"I will be neutral, I will be transparent," 62-year-old Hoyle said after his colleagues carried out the Parliamentary tradition of dragging him to the speaker's chair.
Johnson is expected in the House of Commons to explain the eleventh-hour plan to UK lawmakers. It contains major changes to the proposed arrangements that would regulate trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland after Brexit.
The unanimous, strongly worded Supreme Court judgment declared the order to suspend Parliament "void and of no effect." The court found Johnson acted to limit debate on Brexit in violation of Parliament's constitutional role.
Downing Street said Johnson would give details of a "fair and reasonable compromise" in his closing address to the gathering in Manchester, and would table the plans in Brussels the same day.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday that Britain and the European Union had agreed a "great" new Brexit deal and urged lawmakers to approve it at the weekend.