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Johnson and Truss to vote against Sunaks Brexit deal

Both Boris Johnson and Liz Truss are to vote against Rishi Sunak’s Brexit deal in Parliament. The two former prime ministers will form part of an expected backbench rebellion against the agreement negotiated with Brussels, although the extent of Tory opposition remains unclear. Mr Johnson confirmed on Wednesday that he will not be backing the deal when MPs vote on the Stormont brake in the Commons later on Wednesday, with […]

todayMarch 22, 2023 7


UK inflation shoots up unexpectedly as vegetable shortages push up food prices

UK inflation shot up unexpectedly last month as vegetable shortages pushed food prices to their highest rate in more than 45 years, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed Consumer Prices Index (CPI) inflation rose to 10.4% in February from 10.1% in January. Most economists were expecting CPI to fall to 9.9% in February. The surprise jump in inflation comes after food and non-alcoholic drinks prices […]

todayMarch 22, 2023 10


Johnson faces TV grilling by MPs over partygate accusations

Boris Johnson faces a televised grilling by MPs investigating claims he knowingly misled Parliament over the “partygate” affair in a hearing which could determine his future as a MP. The former prime minister is expected to be questioned for around four hours by the Commons Privileges Committee over his denials of No 10 parties during the pandemic in violation of lockdown rules. If he is found to have deliberately misled […]

todayMarch 22, 2023 9


Derby confirmed as home of Great British Railways

Derby has been announced as the location to host the headquarters of new public sector body Great British Railways (GBR). Transport Secretary Mark Harper confirmed the decision on Tuesday following reports that the East Midlands city had been successful in its bid. The unsuccessful shortlisted locations were Birmingham, Crewe, Doncaster, Newcastle and York. Mr Harper said: “Among an exceptional list of shortlisted applicants, Derby scored highest in the expression of […]

todayMarch 21, 2023


Casey report Met Police may have more officers like Couzens and Carrick

Britain’s biggest police force is institutionally racist, misogynist and homophobic, a damning review has found, and there may be more officers like killer Wayne Couzens and serial rapist David Carrick. The Metropolitan Police has failed to protect the public from officers who abuse women, organisational changes have put women and children at greater risk and female officers and staff routinely experience sexism, the report said. There are racist officers and […]

todayMarch 21, 2023


Disturbing cases revealed in Met Police review

A damning report into Britain's biggest police force has uncovered some specific examples of alarming incidents The Casey review has unearthed a series of alarming case studies that expose the state of the Metropolitan Police. – While working on sexual offences unit Sapphire, officer G said multiple officers would be needed to close freezers holding forensic samples because they were so full. “She told the review that the unit’s freezers, which […]

todayMarch 21, 2023


Chinas Xi Jinping to meet Vladimir Putin in boost for isolated Russia leader

The pair claimed last year that they have a 'no-limits friendship' Chinese leader Xi Jinping is due to meet Vladimir Putin in Moscow in a political boost for the isolated Russian president after the International Criminal Court (ICC) charged him with war crimes in Ukraine. Mr Xi’s government gave no details of what the Chinese leader hoped to accomplish. Mr Xi and Mr Putin declared they had a “no-limits friendship” before the February 2022 […]

todayMarch 20, 2023 4


Average price tag on a home jumped by nearly 3000 in March says Rightmove

The average price tag on a home has jumped by nearly £3,000 in March, driven by asking price increases for bigger properties, according to a property website. Across Britain, the typical price of a property coming on the market increased by £2,906 or 0.8%, compared with a month earlier, Rightmove said. This was mainly due to a 1.2% or £7,947 average jump in asking prices in the largest homes sector, […]

todayMarch 20, 2023 5


Recession fears ease in manufacturing but growth remains elusive report

Fears of a recession in the manufacturing industry have eased slightly, but significant growth remains elusive, according to a new report. Companies are seeing a rebound in activity in the first quarter of the year as domestic and global markets improved, said a report by Make UK and business advisory firm BDO. Their research suggested the improvement was being largely driven by strong demand in the electronics and mechanical equipment […]

todayMarch 20, 2023 7