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Sister of Sabina Nessa calls for leaders to ‘step up’

The sister of murdered school teacher Sabina Nessa has called on leaders to “step up” to make the streets of London safer for women. Jebina Yasmin Islam said there were still “not enough words” to describe the pain of her sister’s death. Ms Nessa was attacked as she walked through Cator Park in Kidbrooke on her way to meet a friend on September 17.

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Sister of Sabina Nessa calls for leaders to ‘step up’

Michael Gove laughs off awkward reminder of 2016 Boris betrayal: 'Political suicide'

MICHAEL GOVE admitted his plot to become Prime Minister ahead of Boris Johnson almost killed off his political career during a Commons session on Wednesday. Speaking in the Commons on Monday, Mr Gove revealed his bid to become Prime Minister, while also running Mr Johnson's leadership bid, was like a bomb going off in his hands.

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Michael Gove laughs off awkward reminder of 2016 Boris betrayal: 'Political suicide'

'Double crossing Boris in 2016 was like an unexploded bomb going off in my own hands': Michael Gove admits shafting PM's leadership bid to succeed David Cameron was 'political suicide'

Gove stunned politics in 2016, quitting Boris's campaign to stand against him The two men had earlier worked side-by-side on the Vote Leave campaign Mr Gove today admitted it had been 'political suicide' to launch his own bid Described it in Commons as 'an unexploded bomb going off in my own hands'

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'Double crossing Boris in 2016 was like an unexploded bomb going off in my own hands': Michael Gove admits shafting PM's leadership bid to succeed David Cameron was 'political suicide'

Back off, Emmanuel! Boris fires back after France unleashes rage in Brexit fishing row

DOWNING STREET has fired back at France in a post-Brexit fishing row after Paris said it was "disappointed" at the pace of negotiations. French officials accuse Britain of refusing to hand out licences to those who are eligible for them and have threatened retaliatory action if more are not granted.

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Back off, Emmanuel! Boris fires back after France unleashes rage in Brexit fishing row

Boris Johnson admits he’s ‘very worried it all might go wrong’ & leaders may FAIL to get global COP26 deal

BORIS Johnson today admitted he was "very worried" about his crunch climate change summit - and it was "touch and go" whether a global green deal could be reached. With just six days to go before world leaders gather in Glasgow for the landmark COP26 conference, he poured cold water over expectations that they will come together and get a major landmark agreement.

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Boris Johnson admits he’s ‘very worried it all might go wrong’ & leaders may FAIL to get global COP26 deal

As tax rises and loophole closures loom, here are seven tax allowances to take advantage of while you still can

Tax rises and loophole closures are firmly on the Government agenda. But those hoping for clues as to how the Government might raise much needed tax revenues will have been sorely disappointed by Boris Johnson's address at the 2021 Conservative Party Conference. Instead, Boris concentrated on bigger-picture ideas and a future commitment to 'level up' across the UK.

thisismoney.co.uk ,  3d 45
As tax rises and loophole closures loom, here are seven tax allowances to take advantage of while you still can

Watch: New Zealand deal makes ‘sacrificial lambs’ of UK farmers, says New Zealand

The government's own forecasts say the post-Brexit deal could actually shrink the UK economy. The UK’s post-Brexit trade deal with New Zealand will make “sacrificial lambs” of Britain’s farmers – according to a New Zealand news report. Under the terms of the deal tariffs will be waived on a range of imports – potentially reducing the price of Sauvignon Blanc for thirsty Brits by 20p, and reducing taxes on products like Manuka honey.

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Watch: New Zealand deal makes ‘sacrificial lambs’ of UK farmers, says New Zealand

Covid POLL: Should Boris bring in Plan B now as cases spike?

A LEAKED Whitehall document has warned health officials that ‘Plan B' measures may be introduced sooner than anticipated. Rishi Sunak, however, has said rising case numbers do not yet warrant triggering Plan B. Do you agree? Let us know by voting in our poll.

express.co.uk ,  3d 16
Covid POLL: Should Boris bring in Plan B now as cases spike?

Covid breakthrough: Bombshell new research gives Boris hope of NO new winter restrictions

BORIS JOHNSON has been issued with fresh modelling on the coronavirus after increasingly vocal calls for the Prime Minister to reimpose restrictions. New infections, hospitalisations and deaths have surged over the past fortnight. Some health experts and opposition politicians have demanded the Government urgently reintroduce compulsory face coverings and work from home guidance as part of the Government's "Plan B" in a bid to suppress the spread.

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Covid breakthrough: Bombshell new research gives Boris hope of NO new winter restrictions

Covid plan B: Demand for new restrictions - scientists issue Boris with fresh evidence

BORIS JOHNSON has been issued with fresh modelling on the coronavirus after increasingly vocal calls for the Prime Minister to reimpose restrictions. New infections, hospitalisations and deaths have surged over the past fortnight. Some health experts and opposition politicians have demanded the Government urgently reintroduce compulsory face coverings and work from home guidance as part of the Government's "Plan B" in a bid to suppress the spread.

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Covid plan B: Demand for new restrictions - scientists issue Boris with fresh evidence

Boris and Sturgeon savaged by Starmer as Labour aims to 'win back trust' in Scotland

BORIS JOHNSON and Nicola Sturgeon have been brutally attacked by Sir Keir Starmer over spending cuts as he vowed to win back Labour Party voters in Scotland. Sir Keir acknowledged Labour does not deserve to lead a UK Government until it can regain the trust and confidence of those north of the border.

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Boris and Sturgeon savaged by Starmer as Labour aims to 'win back trust' in Scotland

Government emails councils about Plan B as leader says restrictions will 'undoubtedly' return

The leader of Broxtowe Borough Council said 'Undoubtedly Plan B will be put in place. If it spikes much higher we will be in another lockdown' A council leader in Nottinghamshire says he has received an email from Boris Johnson's Government asking for local views on stronger Covid restrictions ahead of the winter months.

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Government emails councils about Plan B as leader says restrictions will 'undoubtedly' return

Hillary Clinton demands Boris 'mandate vaccines' and wants those refusing jabs sacked

HILLARY CLINTON has demanded Prime Minister Boris Johnson mandate vaccines and sack anti-vaxxers in an extraordinary intervention into British politics. The former Democrat presidential candidate told Andrew Marr Mr Johnson should implement draconian rules and sanctions around vaccine uptake in order to force infection rates down ahead of winter.

express.co.uk ,  4d 22
Hillary Clinton demands Boris 'mandate vaccines' and wants those refusing jabs sacked

Boris orders over-50s to get booster jabs NOW amid Christmas lockdown fears

BORIS Johnson has issued a plea to over-50s to get their booster vaccine amid fears that the UK could face another winter lockdown. The Prime Minister’s call to arms on the vaccine comes as covid cases have continued to rise in the UK and follow evidence from research in Israel that the booster jab ensures people have 95 percent coverage against the disease.

express.co.uk ,  4d 26
Boris orders over-50s to get booster jabs NOW amid Christmas lockdown fears

Twelve more covid-related deaths recorded across Bristol region

The UK overall recorded an extra 44,958 cases and 135 deaths A further 1,299 people have tested positive for coronavirus with 12 more deaths recorded across the Bristol region. The latest data means the total death toll across the region stands at 1,525. Across the region the highest increase in Covid cases over the past day came in Bristol, with another 492 positive tests bringing the city's total infection count to 66,157.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  4d 1
Twelve more covid-related deaths recorded across Bristol region

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 23 October 2021

The Week’s daily digest of the news agenda, published at 8am PM urged to act on Covid surge Trade union leaders representing three million frontline workers have warned that Boris Johnson risks “another winter of chaos” if urgent action is not taken to curb the spread of Covid.

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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 23 October 2021

Tick tock, Boris! UK given ultimatum to find solution over hated Brexit deal

BORIS JOHNSON has been warned he only has a limited time to agree on a solution to the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol with the EU. Simon Coveney warned EU negotiations with the UK over the Northern Ireland Protocol may finish at the end of the year if no progress is being made.

express.co.uk ,  5d 19
Tick tock, Boris! UK given ultimatum to find solution over hated Brexit deal