Gail Collins and Bret Stephens The Republican Presidential Plot Is Thickening Tim Scott and Ron DeSantis are on the near horizon. Ezra Klein Liberals Are Persuading Themselves of a Debt Ceiling Plan That Won’t Work The limit Congress imposes is dumb, but Biden can’t just wave it away. Andrew Tate Thought He Was Above theContinue reading “The New York Times looking at the 4th week of May 2023”
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Boris Johnson again accused of breaching Covid rules
More than once, Boris Johnson showed he did not bother about the rules he imposed on others, but considered himself not to keep those COVID-19 restrictions.
There was a time when the very existence of a blind trust was news in itself
There was a time when the very existence of a blind trust was news in itself – the existence of Peter Mandelson’s blind trust when he was a minister in Tony Blair’s government was a row in itself in 2009.
The Boris bubble may have burst
Boris Johnson faced the privileges committee to deny claims that he deliberately misled the House of Commons over partygate.
Boris Johnson’s ‘bombshell’ Partygate defence branded weak by Tory MPs ahead of TV grilling
Boris Johnson faced a “torrid time” at Wednesday’s showdown grilling on whether he lied over Partygate, according to Conservatives MPs who branded his defence dossier weak and predicted that he would be found guilty and punished. The former prime minister lashed out at the committee of MPs investigating whether he lied to parliament –Continue reading “Boris Johnson’s ‘bombshell’ Partygate defence branded weak by Tory MPs ahead of TV grilling”
Boris Johnson been urged to “tell the truth” at this week’s Partygate grilling
Boris Johnson has been urged to “tell the truth” and “be serious for once” at this week’s Partygate grilling.
The Telegraph Frontpage for Mondy 2023 March 20
By Sam Hall Credit Suisse has been sold in a cut-price deal aimed at staving off a new financial crisis. We also have the latest on Suella Braverman’s visit to Rwanda, as European judges near a climbdown over their blocking of deportation flights. Credit Suisse sold to avert banking crisis The 167-year-old lender, which wasContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Mondy 2023 March 20”
2023 March 19 Sunday headlines
Migrants who arrive in the UK illegally face deportation to Rwanda this summer after Suella Braverman signed a new deal with the African state. Plus: Boris Johnson’s ‘bombshell’ partygate defence. Headlines: Sunday’s essential news Politics | Suella Braverman has said Rwanda is “clearly ready” to start receiving asylum seekers during her two-day visit to Kigali.Continue reading “2023 March 19 Sunday headlines”
Small boats crisis risks sinking Brexit peace
Emmanuel Macron and Rishi Sunak will meet on Friday for the first Anglo-French summit since 2018 Credit: Ludovic Marin, Pool via AP Small boats crisis risks sinking Brexit peace By James Crisp EUROPE EDITOR As far as Rishi Sunak and Emmanuel Macron are concerned, the Brexit wars are over. The two leaders meet today inContinue reading “Small boats crisis risks sinking Brexit peace”
The Telegraph Frontpage of Thursday 2023 March 09
By Matthew Robinson The Telegraph’s exclusive investigation, The Lockdown Files, exposes that Matt Hancock was advised to steer clear of Wuhan lab leak comments in his Covid memoirs by the Cabinet Office. And we reveal that Boris Johnson privately warned Dominic Raab about his conduct. By Sam Hall Good evening. The Government has announced thatContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage of Thursday 2023 March 09”