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WATCH: Raab - ‘We can't for the moment meet our target of spending 0.7 per cent' on aid

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Henry Hill: MSPs scent blood as the Scottish Government fights to thwart the Salmond inquiry

5 minutes ago   |   Conservative Home

It's been another week of increasingly bitter fighting between Nicola Sturgeon's government as MSPs as the Scottish Parliament tries once again to force the publication of its...
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'With friends like EU, best to be alone!' Britons lash out after MEP insults UK

'With friends like EU, best to be alone!' Britons lash out after MEP insults UK

23 minutes ago   |   Daily Express

BRITONS have lashed out after Spanish MEP Esteban Gonzalez Pons claimed the UK would know what it feels like to be "alone" next year.
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Boris Johnson announcement time: What time is Boris speaking today? Watch live

Boris Johnson announcement time: What time is Boris speaking today? Watch live

43 minutes ago   |   Daily Express

BORIS JOHNSON will return to his Downing Street podium this evening for the latest lockdown update after the new tier restrictions were revealed today. What time is Boris...
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BBC fury: Broadcaster told to act 'fast' as older viewers 'up in arms' over youth strategy

BBC fury: Broadcaster told to act 'fast' as older viewers 'up in arms' over youth strategy

57 minutes ago   |   Daily Express

THE BBC has come under fire for trying to attract a younger audience with older viewers described as being "up in arms".
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IFS: Spending Review 2020 will feel close to return to austerity for some public services

1 hour ago   |   Herald Scotland   |   2 articles

THE impact of Rishi Sunak's Spending Review will feel close to a return to austerity for some public services while six million lower-income households face a £1,000 cut to...
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Trump is forgoing legal advice and instead listening to friends, TV hosts, and relatives on who to pardon, report says

Trump is forgoing legal advice and instead listening to friends, TV hosts, and relatives on who to pardon, report says

1 hour ago   |   Business Insider

Summary List Placement President Donald Trump is leaning on the counsel of friends, TV hosts, and family members in deciding which criminals to pardon before leaving office in...
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Covid-19: Nativity plays and carolling can go ahead, MPs told

1 hour ago   |   BBC   |   2 articles

Singing in places of worship will be limited, but outdoor carols will be allowed in England, MPs told.
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Boris Johnson appoints new chief of staff after Cummings exit

1 hour ago   |   BBC   |   2 articles

Dan Rosenfield's appointment comes after a period of upheaval in Downing Street.
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Thousands of sheep 'stuck in limbo' over Brexit regulations

1 hour ago   |   BBC

Strict new rules mean sheep coming into Northern Ireland after the Brexit transition could be halted.
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Matt Hancock in thinly veiled swipe at Andy Burnham as Manchester goes into...

Matt Hancock in thinly veiled swipe at Andy Burnham as Manchester goes into Tier 3

MATT HANCOCK delivered a thinly veiled swipe at Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham after it was announced the county would go into Tier 3 restrictions at the end of the... Read more ...

Public sector pay rise CONFIRMED by Rishi Sunak - but only for NHS workers

Public sector pay rise CONFIRMED by Rishi Sunak - but only for NHS workers

RISHI SUNAK confirmed NHS workers will receive a pay rise this year, but all other public sector workers will suffer a pay freeze as he claimed any more spending would be hard... Read more ...

Sturgeon rages at Boris's 'deplorable' foreign aid cut and some Tory...

Sturgeon rages at Boris's 'deplorable' foreign aid cut and some Tory backbenchers back HER

NICOLA STURGEON has won the support of Tory backbenchers as she launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson over his decision to slash the foreign aid budget, breaking his... Read more ...

Starmer to demand Labour MPs back 'almost any Brexit trade deal' to win back...

Starmer to demand Labour MPs back 'almost any Brexit trade deal' to win back the North

SIR KEIR Starmer is plotting to use Brexit to help win back Labour voters in the North of England who deserted the party in the last election. Read more ...

Brexit LIVE: Fury at EU's desperate 'Remainer timebomb' trade deal plot...

Brexit LIVE: Fury at EU's desperate 'Remainer timebomb' trade deal plot - 'Absurd!'

THE European Union's last-ditch attempts to lock the UK into their rules as part of a long-term post-Brexit trade deal has sparked fury among Brexiteers, with one campaign... Read more ...

Joe Biden makes Brexit intervention and says there must be NO BORDER on...

Joe Biden makes Brexit intervention and says there must be NO BORDER on island of Ireland

PRESIDENT-ELECT Joe Biden has opened up about the important of maintaining an open border between Northern Ireland and the Republic in post-Brexit Britain. Read more ...

Trump is forgoing legal advice and instead listening to friends, TV hosts...

Trump is forgoing legal advice and instead listening to friends, TV hosts, and relatives on who to pardon, report says

Summary List Placement President Donald Trump is leaning on the counsel of friends, TV hosts, and family members in deciding which criminals to pardon before leaving office in... Read more ...

BBC fury: Broadcaster told to act 'fast' as older viewers 'up in arms' over...

BBC fury: Broadcaster told to act 'fast' as older viewers 'up in arms' over youth strategy

THE BBC has come under fire for trying to attract a younger audience with older viewers described as being "up in arms". Read more ...

'We're obsessed with Christmas!' IDS rages in post-December lockdown warning...

'We're obsessed with Christmas!' IDS rages in post-December lockdown warning for 2021

SIR IAIN DUNCAN SMITH attacked the Government's handling of coronavirus over the Christmas period and made a dire warning for 2021. Read more ...

'There WILL be a cost!' EU could shoot itself in foot by trying to punish UK...

'There WILL be a cost!' EU could shoot itself in foot by trying to punish UK for Brexit

BRUSSELS' determination to punish Britain for Brexit has sparked uncertainty for the European Union's bankers and fund managers. Read more ...