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PM must reveal his role in Evgeny Lebedevs peerage

Boris Johnson has been urged to tell a powerful parliamentary committee everything he knows about Russian-born media mogul Evgeny Lebedev’s elevation to the House of Lords. Boris Johnson has been urged to tell a powerful parliamentary committee everything he knows about Russian-born media mogul Evgeny Lebedev’s elevation to the House of Lords. Labour’s shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has written to the Prime Minister following a report in The Sunday […]

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Fair distribution of pension wealth must not be overlooked during divorces

Care must be taken to make sure a shake-up to divorce rules does not negatively impact women’s pension rights, according to a former pensions minister. Care must be taken to make sure a shake-up to divorce rules does not negatively impact women’s pension rights, according to a former pensions minister. Divorced women can already be at high risk of poverty in retirement because often relatively little attention is given to […]

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Hampshire couple take Molly the motorhome to help people fleeing Ukraine

A Hampshire couple have set off in their motorhome with “literally a tonne of sweets” to offer assistance to people fleeing Ukraine. A Hampshire couple have set off in their motorhome with “literally a tonne of sweets” to offer assistance to people fleeing Ukraine. Laura Rice, 62, and her husband Ken, 65, from Andover, set off in Molly the motorhome on Saturday with the intention of reaching the border between […]

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Bench unveiled for Sarah Everard anniversary as campaigners call for action on male violence

Women’s safety campaigners have said “more needs to be done” a year on from Sarah Everard’s murder as they joined local politicians to unveil a bench commemorating victims of male violence. Members of Reclaim Sutton’s Streets, an offshoot of the larger group Reclaim These Streets, demanded “fundamental change” as they spoke at the ribbon-cutting event in the town’s Trinity Square in south London. Nearly 100 people, including Mayor Trish Fivey, […]

todayMarch 5, 2022 8

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Professor Sir Gregor Smith PA Media

IVF treatment for women who have not had the Covid vaccine can resume, Scotland’s chief medical officer has said. Professor Sir Gregor Smith said the decision to restart such treatment came after data emerged showing a reduced risk of severe disease among those who are unvaccinated, over the last four to six weeks. As a result he said fertility treatment for unvaccinated women could resume, as long as they were […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson pays tribute to efforts of the UK public supporting Ukraine in barbarous war with Russia

Boris Johnson has heaped praise on the response of the British public to the war in Ukraine as he reiterated his belief that Vladimir Putin would fail in his invasion of the country. The Prime Minister said it was “absolutely vital that Vladimir Putin understands that this hideous, barbarous assault cannot succeed and that he will fail”. In a video message on Twitter, Mr Johnson said: “I want to thank […]

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Australia great Shane Warne dies aged 52

He took 708 test wickets, second only to Muttiah Muralitharan Australia great Shane Warne, one of the finest bowlers of all time who revived the art of leg-spin, has died aged 52 following a suspected heart attack. Warne – a larger-than-life character whose 708 Test wickets has only been surpassed by contemporary rival and fellow spinner Muttiah Muralitharan – could not be revived after being found unresponsive in his Thailand […]

todayMarch 4, 2022 6

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Gavin Williamson twice sacked minister who oversaw exams fiasco knighted

Gavin Williamson, who was twice sacked as a Cabinet minister and oversaw the exams fiasco during the coronavirus pandemic, has been given a knighthood by Boris Johnson. Downing Street said on Thursday that the Queen has approved the honour for the Tory MP, who was widely criticised for a series of errors as education secretary. The Prime Minister sacked Mr Williamson from that role in September and he was previously […]

todayMarch 3, 2022 7

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Richard Masters welcomes Roman Abramovichs decision to put Chelsea up for sale

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has welcomed Roman Abramovich’s decision to put Chelsea up for sale and insisted a deal could be concluded “relatively quickly.” The Russian-Israeli billionaire has owned the Blues since 2003 and helped the club win 19 major trophies but his glittering reign at Stamford Bridge is close to an end. Abramovich announced on Wednesday he had made the “incredibly difficult decision” to put Chelsea up […]

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