Many of which are foreign governments.
Many of which are foreign governments.
The UK is home to just 1 per cent of the world’s refugees, so we need to have a sense of proportion about this.
In 2018 the UN's rapporteur found the Government's austerity policies had damaged the fabric of British society.
Rayner worked in care homes before she became an MP, Johnson got paid £2,300 an hour, got sacked as a journalist for lying and just exempted Grouse shooting from lockdown restrictions. If it was council estate vs country estate who would you rather side with?
"We urge you to abandon any and all legally questionable and unfair efforts to flout the Northern Ireland protocol of the Withdrawal Agreement".
This week marks 45 days until the job retention scheme comes to an end - which is also the legal number of days' redundancy notice.
Elitist measured aimed at the well-off and rampant cronyism are a sign that the Tories have already forgot about their newfound support.
He was carrying the document ahead of a Cabinet meeting and while a major defence review is taking place in the UK.
It comes as health leaders warn the coronavirus testing system is not "fit for purpose."
“Countries all around the world, the United States and other countries, are wondering if this is the kind of place we can do any deal with or any treaty with.”
“It is clear there’s one rule for the cabinet and their mates and another for the rest of us.”
The former PM said he had "misgivings about what is being proposed."
“We absolutely must have an ambitious EU-UK trade agreement in place by January. Otherwise our sector, already reeling from the Covid crisis, will be hit hard by a double whammy.”
His intervention came ahead of MPs debating the legislation on Monday, when the Bill returns to the Commons amid growing criticism.
Labour's Shadow Justice Secretary said: “A future where (the) UK breaks its international law obligations, and opts out of Human Rights protections is a very bad future.”
An amendment to the bill has a "good chance to significant support", according to rebels.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, it is no longer acceptable for the government to turn a blind eye to tax havens in overseas territories.
The Conservative's pledge to protect our democratic systems has allowed them to prorogue parliament, repeatedly lie to the country and even break international law.
Sir Desmond Swayne said the ban was “absolutely grotesque", while Steve Baker wants us to "start living like a free people".
European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic said the “extremely serious violation” of international law puts the ongoing trade talks in jeopardy.
The PM also came a cropper in the international press, which described his latest moves as "barbaric".
After years of chronic underfunding, the Conservatives could be about to match the NHS budget in one foul swoop.
The devastation could become overwhelming, said Oregon Governor Kate Brown.
"You didn't even talk to us before this vote"
Johnson, Farage, Abbott. These comic book characters - with heavy emphasis on the comic - are swiftly becoming the face of post-Brexit Britain.
Capacity is currently at one million tests per week - but health experts say that should be at least ten million.
Martin Green said "coming together and bringing people together isn't about asking people all to think and believe the same thing."
Opposition MPs were highly critical of the defence, with shadow minister Peter Kyle saying ministers “don’t even pretend not to embrace bigots any more”.
We are governed by a party of slogans, jingoism and bullsh*t. Boris Johnson is all furlough coat and no knickers.
We shouldn’t be surprised that asking journalists to regulate politics is producing no better results than the regime of banker self-regulation did prior to 2008.
“We’d like to be in a Government that has the impression of being competent – rather than lurching from one issue to another and then after a short time doing a U-turn.”
According to YouGov polling 44 per cent of those aged 65 and above believe firms should be encouraging staff to return to the office.
A senior member of staff said workers are struggling so much on their current pay that some take the night bus to work because they cannot afford the tube.
The Proms fiasco had nothing to do with Black Lives Matter or 'wokeism', it was a story entirely engineered by the right wing media - and we all fell for it.
Prisons have managed to avoid devastating outbreaks of Covid-19. But the measures used to contain the virus have exacerbated a burgeoning mental health crisis for inmates - and those they leave behind.
Health authorities see the declaration as a rare glint of good news in Africa amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“If you put a horse back to work when it’s injured it will never recover.”
Cultural racism has reared its ugly head once again - should we be surprised?
Government and corporations will again balance the costs of a long-term stimulus on the backs of the poor
The former shadow chancellor said the Labour leader's response to the crisis has been "exactly right".
Schools and colleges have been told not to issue BTEC results to students on Thursday following a last-minute U-turn on grading.
Scottish Green Party leader Patrick Harvie said "it's no surprise" 55 per cent of Scots are now in favour of independence in the face of "utter contempt shown to Scotland by the Westminster Government".
Natalie Elphicke – the Conservative MP for Dover & Deal condemned the violence and warned against “vigilante behaviour”. However she has been slammed for strong words used during a video message she tweeted over the weekend.
And he reveals what Boris Johnson said to him during a meeting on protecting jobs.
The research, published by the World Economic Forum, also criticised male leaders for their "risky behaviour".