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Boris Johnson's pledge to recruit 50,000 more NHS nurses is in doubt

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Number of nurses coming from EU fell again and coronavirus prevented further arrivals Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Boris Johnson's pledge to...
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Franco Frattini: Turkey's actions in Libya risk another Europe-wide migrant crisis - and Brexit will not exempt the UK  

1 day ago   |   Conservative Home

Franco Frattini is a former Foreign Minister of Italy and European Commissioner. Libya's bloody and destructive civil war has dragged on for almost a decade now, stamping out...
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The Guardian view on Brexit and trade: an expensive geography lesson | Editorial

2 days ago   |   The Guardian

Boris Johnson is learning the hard way that the UK's position on the globe is a relevant factor in its negotiations with Brussels It is possible that Boris Johnson meant it...
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Roderick Crawford: We have interests in the rest of Europe, but must be free to run our own foreign policy

4 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Roderick Crawford works on conflict resolution in countries such as Yemen, South Sudan and Iraq, and on Brexit-related matters. He is a former editor of Parliamentary...
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Hugo de Burgh: We owe it to future generations of Brits to work with China

4 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Professor Hugo de Burgh is Director of the China Media Centre. He is the author of China's Media in the Emerging World Order , has held office in three Conservative...
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England publishes list of countries travellers can go to without being quarantined on return

7 days ago   |   The Guardian   |   2 articles

No 10 accused of ‘shambolic' handling of air bridge list after publication beset by delays Can Britons book a summer holiday now? Coronavirus - latest updates Downing Street is...
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Johnson's father's visit to Greece 'could erode trust in guidelines'

7 days ago   |   The Guardian

Trip by Stanley Johnson could weaken message on Covid-19 rules, warns Sage adviser The decision by the prime minister's father to travel to his Greek villa in apparent breach...
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Alex Story: The Government needs to end the State's fixation on race

8 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Alex Story is Head of Business Development at a City broker working with Hedge Funds and other financial institutions. He stood for parliament in 2005, 2010 and 2015. “We are...
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Newslinks for Wednesday 1st July 2020

Newslinks for Wednesday 1st July 2020

9 days ago   |   Conservative Home   |   7 articles

China condemned for new Hong Kong security law “China has passed a sweeping national security law for Hong Kong, increasing its power over the territory in a move that drew...
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Jonathan Djanogly: Parliament should be able to scrutinise new trade deals properly. But the current arrangements are unfit for purpose

11 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Jonathan Djanogly is a former Minister, and is MP for Huntingdon. Did we come through the Brexit process only for the UK Parliament to have less scrutiny over new free trade...
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SNP stats blunder: Scotland slammed by watchdog for 'unacceptable' use of...

SNP stats blunder: Scotland slammed by watchdog for 'unacceptable' use of coronavirus data

SCOTTISH government figures on coronavirus antibody testing have come under fire by the UK Government stats watchdog, it has emerged today. Read more ...

EU rejected: Scottish taxpayers to no longer foot cost of free uni tuition...

EU rejected: Scottish taxpayers to no longer foot cost of free uni tuition for EU students

SCOTTISH taxpayers will stop funding university places for students from the EU after Brexit, it has been announced today. Read more ...

Sturgeon humiliated: Rees-Mogg says independent Scotland would be bankrupt...

Sturgeon humiliated: Rees-Mogg says independent Scotland would be bankrupt after COVID-19

NICOLA STURGEON was dealt a major blow by Jacob Rees-Mogg today as he warned an independent Scotland would have been "bankrupted" by an economic black hole from the coronavirus... Read more ...

Angela Merkel warns Brexit talks on the brink as EU ramps up preparations...

Angela Merkel warns Brexit talks on the brink as EU ramps up preparations for no deal exit

Angela Merkel warned Brussels to prepare for Brexit talks to break up without a deal after speaking to Boris Johnson. The German Chancellor said progress in negotiations on a... Read more ...

SNP shamed: Thousands of British Troops to be compensated by Boris for...

SNP shamed: Thousands of British Troops to be compensated by Boris for Sturgeon tax hikes

WHITEHALL is having to step in to protect Scottish Armed Forces personnel from "SNP tax hikes". Read more ...

No deal Brexit benefits: The five ways a no deal you be good for YOU - Explained

No deal Brexit benefits: The five ways a no deal you be good for YOU - Explained

THE FINAL iteration of Brexit is less than half a year away, after four years of talks and negotiations. How could a no-deal Brexit benefit Britain? Read more ...

Boris Johnson interrupts Brexit trade talks to warn Barnier deal must be...

Boris Johnson interrupts Brexit trade talks to warn Barnier deal must be done this summer

BREXIT talks are back on track after Boris Johnson surprised Michel Barnier with an unexpected appearance during the latest round of discussions. Read more ...

Newslinks for Friday 10th July 2020

Newslinks for Friday 10th July 2020

Lockdown exit 1) Work out to help out - Gyms get go-ahead... “Gyms, swimming pools and leisure centres will reopen from July 25 and nail bars and beauty salons from Monday, the... Read more ...

Brexit LIVE: Michel Barnier mocks Brexiteer with spiky letter DRIPPING with...

Brexit LIVE: Michel Barnier mocks Brexiteer with spiky letter DRIPPING with sarcasm

MICHEL Barnier has hit back at Mark Francois - by pointing out the eurosceptic Tory MEP voted for the political declaration which the eurosceptic Tory MP objected to in his... Read more ...

Brexit free trade deal ‘very close' - UK finalising comprehensive agreement...

Brexit free trade deal ‘very close' - UK finalising comprehensive agreement with Turkey

TURKEY is "very close" to signing a post-Brexit free trade agreement with the UK covering manufactured goods, agriculture and services, the country's Foreign Minister has revealed. Read more ...