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Dominic Cummings ‘set to be interviewed’ over Downing Street lockdown parties
The PM’s former top adviser has said he will say under oath Boris Johnson knew the Downing Street
‘Travelers who were lost forever’: why tourists experience ‘India syndrome’
Nationalists are on the rise’: How protests in Kazakhstan turned violent & why Russia feels it can’t stay silent
Can Boris Johnson weather the storm of sleaze allegations?
Boris Johnson has been caught in a whirlwind of sleaze allegations, from questions about who paid for the redecoration of his Downing Street flat, or for his holiday in Mustique, and accusations that the Conservative Party funneled PPE contracts to cronies.
Political sleaze is not a new phenomenon, from cash-for-questions under John Major to the expenses scandal under Gordon Brown, sleaze has been a part of the political landscape for a long time.
But how do these allegations stack up? And, how bad is it really for the prime minister?
Downing Street parties: Plotters against Boris Johnson consider releasing recording of ‘heated’ exchange with chief whip after intimidation claims
The business secretary told Sky News he was surprised to see claims of blackmail by whips and allegations should be looked into
White House reveals whether Biden wants DOJ to charge Trump with ‘insurrection’
The Texan Who Saved the Beatles
n Peter Jackson’s documentary The Beatles: Get Back, Houston-born pianist Billy Preston makes a strong case for himself as the fifth Beatle.
Is the plan to bankrupt Russia working?
Daily coronavirus figures revealed as Raab urges NHS staff to get jab before deadline
New Zealand police officers who have not been vaccinated against COVID have been stood down
What freedom means to Joni Mitchell
While the post-war generation loved to talk about freedom, very few of them had met its opposite, captivity. Joni Mitchell, however, had a pretty good understanding of what an absence
Brexit minister resigns over ‘disillusionment’ with BoJo’s govt – media
How sustainability made the royals relevant again in 2021
From recycling outfits to commenting on the climate crisis, has the royal family finally found a way to connect with the younger
Israeli minister under 24/7 protection over threats from ‘Jews’
Downing Street parties: Growing Tory civil war as MPs wait for Sue Gray’s partygate report to determine Boris Johnson’s future
First photo of crossbow-wielding Windsor Castle suspect appears in UK media
Why the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 should be your next smartphone
olding mobile phones could very much be the future. With screens that can fold in half, the latest technology can take your breath away.
F-35 jets grounded after crash-landing
UK court rules on who Venezuela’s president is, in row over gold
The Supreme Court has overturned a ruling that put into question London’s recognition of Juan Guaido
Becoming a centaur.The horse is a prey animal, the human a predator.
Horse-and-human teams perform complex manoeuvres in competitions of all sorts. Together, we can gallop up to obstacles standing 8 feet
‘PM wrote to me that he could not get involved’: Nusrat Ghani urged Boris Johnson to investigate ‘Muslimness’ claims
The MP claims a whip told her colleagues were “uncomfortable” with her being a female Muslim minister and was warned if she complained her career and reputation would be “destroyed”.
London declares ‘major incident’ over Omicron
The problem with loyalty to Boris Johnson: he betrays everyone in the end
Tory ministers have made fools of themselves defending their leader. They’ll look even worse when he cuts them loose
‘History catching up with’ Boris Johnson, Wales first minister Mark Drakeford claims
In a highly-charged intervention in the partygate row, Mark Drakeford says he is not surprised the prime minister has become
The Dirty Secret of America’s Clean Dishes
The world’s largest chemical maker, BASF, produces ingredients for America’s most popular products, from soaps to surface cleaners to
America is ‘on the brink of a widening abyss,’ former US president warns
A Very British Scandal
Claire Foy and Paul Bettany play an aristo couple whose notorious 1963 divorce made sensationalist headlines.
MPs fear Boris Johnson will not be able to survive scandals as Ghani’s claims expose instability in No 10
It’s hard not to see a correlation between the waning authority of the prime minister and the increased instability
The days when you graduated college, started a career, and never looked back are long behind us. Lifelong learning isn’t just a catchy phrase—it’s an essential aspect of survival.
More Covid restrictions inevitable, London mayor warns
Scientists want to send human cells into space in battle against aging
Ukraine: UK will stand ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with Kyiv but ‘extremely unlikely’ to send troops, deputy PM Dominic Raab says
He told Sky News’ Trevor Phillips on Sunday: “We will support them in defending themselves.
Train announcements: Grant Shapps to scrap ‘endless torrent’ of messages in ‘bonfire of the banalities’
Brits using Covid ‘as weapon’ against police – report
China complains about near-misses with SpaceX satellites
It Turns Out That Everything We Know About The Runner’s High Could Be Wrong
Many people have experienced reductions in stress, pain, and anxiety, and sometimes even euphoria after exercise.
University finds novel 1984 ‘offensive and upsetting’
How to Overcome Insecurity, According to Hollywood’s Favorite Therapist
Protesters clash with police during rally against Covid restrictions
BoJo’s popularity sinks to record low
Ghislaine Maxwell: What the trial means for Prince Andrew
Ghislaine Maxwell has been convicted of grooming teenagers for abuse by Jeffrey Epstein. What are the implications for her former friend Prince Andrew?
Sinead O’Connor admitted to hospital just days after son’s death
inead O’Connor has been admitted to hospital just days after the death of her teenage son.
Police to meet MP who claims Conservative critics of Boris Johnson are being ‘blackmailed’
William Wragg said he would be outlining “several” examples of bullying and intimidation,
Russia’s RT seeks legal challenge over UK watchdog’s ruling
The Britain-based Russian TV channel RT has said it will launch a legal challenge over a ruling by the UK’s media regulator
Author of ‘Gender Queer,’ one of most-banned books in U.S., addresses controversy
There are people for whom this is vital and for whom this
How Mike Pence can help seal Donald Trump’s political demise
Given the crisis-ridden, dysfunctional state of contemporary American politics,