Here’s a thought. One that should keep some MPs awake at night. Are politicians intrinsically untrustworthy? Are only people who are predisposed to being economical with the truth attracted to a career in public life? Or are they a misunderstood […]
Cleaners will become the latest set of rail staff to strike over pay, after more than 1,000 who are members of the […]
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Partagez ceci @internewscast.com BOSTON – Une cour d’appel fédérale a confirmé les condamnations pour extorsion et fraude d’un jeune maire du Massachusetts autrefois célèbre, reconnu coupable d’avoir extorqué des centaines de milliers de dollars à des entreprises de marijuana. Dans […]
Key events China’s ambassador to the UK, Zheng Zeguang, has been summoned to the Foreign Office to be told about the government’s anger about the arrest and assault of a BBC journalist covering the protest in Shanghai, the Evening Standard’s […]
WASHINGTON – Le ministère de l’Intérieur a proposé lundi des règles pour limiter les fuites de méthane provenant des forages pétroliers et gaziers sur les terres publiques, la dernière action de l’administration Biden pour réprimer les émissions de méthane, un […]
The cabinet minister Oliver Dowden received more than £8,000 in fees for “policy advice” to the company of a hedge fund manager who hosted a champagne reception for the former chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng on the day of the disastrous mini-budget. […]
As the celebrities are indeed got out of there (and hats off to Jill Scott – I said she should win) a new phrase is born: jungle-washing. It’s when you go into the I’m a Celebrity … jungle as a […]
Key events North of England rail faces ‘utter chaos’, warns business group Business leaders have warned that rail services across the north of England could “collapse into utter chaos” unless the government pushes urgently for a resolution to months of […]
Low-income families in Scotland are having on average 10% of their monthly income deducted by the Department for Work and Pensions to cover debts such as universal credit advances or school meals payments, according to research. The report for Aberlour […]
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Ministers will come under intense pressure this week to explain how they assessed that a personal protective equipment (PPE) company linked to the Conservative peer Michelle Mone was fit to receive government contracts worth more than £200m during the pandemic. […]
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