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Liz Truss is appointing her new cabinet hours after becoming prime minister
Kwasi Kwarteng has been named chancellor, James Cleverly is foreign secretary and Therese Coffey is the new health secretary and deputy PM.
Rishi Sunak Promises Financial Aid For Poor Amid UK Energy Crisis. Some idiots believe him.
Former Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Tuesday promised to provide more money to help people cope with soaring household energy bills if he is elected Britain's Prime Minister next month. But where is he going to get this money from? How come ...
Dominic Raab says right to abortion does not need to be in bill of rights
Deputy PM says matter is ‘settled in UK law’ and he would not want Britain to be in same situation as US
UK inflation rises at fastest rate for 40 years as food costs jump
Prices are continuing to rise at their fastest rate for 40 years with food costs, particularly for bread, cereal and meat, climbing.
Ukraine war: UK to send Ukraine M270 multiple-launch rocket systems
The UK is sending its first long-range missiles to Ukraine, the defence secretary has said, despite a threat from Russia to the West.
Russian TV says nuclear strike 'more probable' than losing in Ukraine
Margarita Simonyan, editor of state broadcaster RT and one of the Kremlin's highest-profile mouthpieces, declared on TV last night that the idea of Putin pressing the red button is 'more probable' than the idea that he will allow Russia ...
Move to add free speech protections to UK anti-corruption bill
MPs say additions to economic crime bill would help prevent oligarchs and others using ‘intimidation lawsuits’
Ukraine: Putin has already carried out war crimes - Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of committing war crimes in Ukraine.
‘No light at the end of the tunnel’: Americans join Hong Kong’s business exodus
Worsening Sino-US ties, strict Covid rules and the crackdown on dissent have dented the territory’s fabled allure as a business hub, say expats
4 things to know about the proposed sanctions against Russia
The US and UK have doubled down on their threats to include personal measures targeting Putin if Russia attacks Ukraine.
Covid: No new measures in England but we rule nothing out, says PM
The government needs to "reserve the possibility" of bringing in new Covid rules in England as cases of the Omicron variant surge before Christmas, the prime minister has said.
Comments on "Human Intelligence in a Digital Age" - A brilliant Speech by MI6 Chief Richard Moore, and the elephants neglected in the room
The author is not important. The content is.
Justified compliments about Mr. Moore's speech have been spread extensively and appropriately in the pages of many newspapers, but I would like to remark on precisely what I think was missing in the speech. Missing, not necessarily becau...
UK MPs suggest sending illegal migrants to disputed territory
Tory MPs have suggested a new slate of options for offshoring illegal immigrants who arrive in the UK via the Channel, with the Falklands being named among the options.
Julian Assange allowed to marry partner Stella Moris in jail
Couple who met while WikiLeaks founder was living in Ecuadorian embassy given permission to wed by Belmarsh governor
Ransomware attacks in UK have doubled in a year, says GCHQ boss
Jeremy Fleming says ransomware is proliferating as it is ‘largely uncontested’ and highly profitable
UK govt must crack down on apps promoting extremism, Labour leader Starmer says, taking special aim at Telegram
The UK government must do more to crack down on platforms that fail to tackle violent content online, Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said, taking special aim at messenger app Telegram.
Why rush to audit stimulus? Premier suggests collusion
Premier Andrew Fahie has questioned the apparent ‘rush’ to execute an audit of his government’s COVID-19 stimulus grants, arguing that ulterior motives may have been afoot.
UK Justice Minister Rapped For Wrong 'Misogyny' Definition
"I don't think that criminalising those sorts of things will deal with the problem that we have got at the heart of the Sarah Everard case," Dominic Raab said.
UK Moves Foreign Secretary To Deputy PM In Cabinet Reshuffle
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson had faced calls to sack Dominic Raab after he went on holiday in Crete as the Taliban advanced on Kabul
UK Reshuffles Cabinet For Post-Pandemic Recovery
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who deputised as premier last April when Johnson was in intensive care with COVID-19, has faced sustained criticism for his handling of the Afghanistan crisis.
UK announces new sanctions against Myanmar
The UK announced new Myanmar sanctions, saying it was targeting a key business associate of the military government for providing arms and financial support following a coup.
UK PM Vows To Get 311 Afghan Support Staff Out Of Afghanistan
Addressing parliament, Prime Minister Boris Johnson failed to answer a question on how many British-Afghans remained after a hurried Western airlift was ended.
Professional Soldier vs Corrupt Idiot: Gen Sir Nick Carter. hits back at Raab’s suggestion of flawed intelligence, saying ‘it was entirely possible’ Afghan government would fall
Britain’s most senior military officer, Gen Sir Nick Carter, has hit back at suggestions from the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, that intelligence was flawed about the strength of the Taliban.
All the idiots "Got It Wrong" On Taliban's Lightning Takeover Of Afghanistan: British Army Chief. Only Julian Assange, Lee Kuan Yew and the rest of the world saw it right
"It was the pace of it that surprised us and I don't think we realised quite what the Taliban were up to," Britain's chief of the defence staff, General Nick Carter told the BBC.
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