For holidaymakers, the massive split on post-holiday quarantine between the UK government and those of Scotland and Wales brings confusion, frustration and annoyance.
A snippet of Rule, Britannia! has been played by Jacob Rees-Mogg in parliament as he urged the BBC to “recognise the virtues” of the song.
Women were propositioned, given “sloppy kisses” and had their backsides slapped at one of the UK’s biggest trade unions, a report said, calling the organisation… Read More »‘Sloppy kisses’ and groping: Trade union found to be ‘institutionally sexist’
Boris Johnson has warned there will be more “wretched COVID” to come but he is ” absolutely confident” the government can deal with outbreaks.
Boris Johnson has taken part in a training session for MPs on sexual harassment and bullying, describing it as “most informative”.
Conservative backbenchers have criticised the government for a string of “avoidable” summer U-turns, ahead of MPs returning to Westminster on Tuesday.
Taxpayer money was used to pay social media influencers and reality TV stars to promote the NHS Test and Trace system, the government has admitted.