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28/05/2022 18:54:28
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BBC Politics
28/05/2022 18:54:22
Two more MPs submit letters of no-confidence in PM Eight backbenchers have now said publicly that Boris Johnson has lost their support after Partygate.
Four more Tory MPs join calls for PM to quit
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Ministers won't be sacked for 'minor' rule breaking New guidelines say ministers may be asked to apologise or lose pay for breaching standards rules.
Other workers should strike, says rail union boss The RMT's Mick Lynch says nationwide action is needed to protect workers from inflation.
Jubilee fund to help revamp English village halls The government hopes the repairs fund will help create a jubilee legacy for villages in England.
Mayor flies 9,200 miles for TED talk on climate Climate campaigners question Marvin Rees' decision to fly to Vancouver to attend a conference.
PM says cost of living help targeted at poorest Boris Johnson says the government can not fix everything, but is supporting those who need it the most.
UK to sign trade agreement with US state Indiana The agreement is the first of many expected after talks on a broader post-Brexit US deal stalled.
Ministers won't be sacked for 'minor' rule breaking New guidelines say ministers may be asked to apologise or lose pay for breaching standards rules.
Other workers should strike, says rail union boss The RMT's Mick Lynch says nationwide action is needed to protect workers from inflation.
Jubilee fund to help revamp English village halls The government hopes the repairs fund will help create a jubilee legacy for villages in England.
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28/05/2022 18:54:29
Ricky Gervais is guilty of blasphemy
David Lammy, George Floyd and the trouble with ‘structural racism’
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Ricky Gervais is guilty of blasphemy
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Ricky Gervais is guilty of blasphemy
David Lammy, George Floyd and the trouble with ‘structural racism’
The NHS was a national treasure – but not any more
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Is Jürgen Klopp really football’s Mr Nice Guy?
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Scotland’s national investment bank is running aground
Ricky Gervais is guilty of blasphemy
David Lammy, George Floyd and the trouble with ‘structural racism’
The NHS was a national treasure – but not any more
Full list: the Tory MPs calling for Boris to go
Is Jürgen Klopp really football’s Mr Nice Guy?
We’ll all pay the price for Rishi Sunak’s handouts
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Is Jürgen Klopp really football’s Mr Nice Guy?
Ricky Gervais is guilty of blasphemy
David Lammy, George Floyd and the trouble with ‘structural racism’
The NHS was a national treasure – but not any more
Full list: the Tory MPs calling for Boris to go
Is Jürgen Klopp really football’s Mr Nice Guy?
Ricky Gervais is guilty of blasphemy
David Lammy, George Floyd and the trouble with ‘structural racism’
The NHS was a national treasure – but not any more
Full list: the Tory MPs calling for Boris to go
Is Jürgen Klopp really football’s Mr Nice Guy?
We’ll all pay the price for Rishi Sunak’s handouts
Scotland’s national investment bank is running aground
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Full list: the Tory MPs calling for Boris to go
Is Jürgen Klopp really football’s Mr Nice Guy?
We’ll all pay the price for Rishi Sunak’s handouts
Scotland’s national investment bank is running aground
It’s not right-wing to be worried about trans-rights policies
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28/05/2022 18:54:28
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