Where's Wilf? Boris and Carrie Johnson feature dog Dilyn on No10's official Christmas card for the SECOND year in a row despite previous Prime Ministers sharing family shots on the cover
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has released his official No10 Christmas card Features image of Dilyn the dog frolicking in snow in the Downing Street garden It is second year in a row Mr Johnson has avoided featuring infant son Wilfred Prime Ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron set tradition of using family photo
From organic baby clothes to ‘It’ nappy bags From supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, to the York princesses and Carrie Johnson, there is something of an A-list baby boom happening this winter. As such, there is a new ‘It’ kit of sorts to note, as parents-to-be are shopping like the influencers and mixing the ultra modern and the traditional, the soothing Scandi design elements and the unapologetic, joy-bringing touches (the all-grey nursery is, finally, out).
COVID-19: Downing Street denies Boris Johnson broke COVID lockdown rules with No 10 parties at Christmas
Earlier on Tuesday, the PM rejected the idea that Christmas parties should be scrapped this year due to the new Omicron variant. Downing Street has denied claims that Boris Johnson broke coronavirus rules with parties at No 10 last Christmas. The Mirror claims the PM made a speech at a leaving do on 13 November - when the country was in the second lockdown - and allowed a festive party to proceed on 18 December when London was in the grips of Tier 3 restrictions.
I was back at work three hours after giving birth: Carrie Johnson won't be taking maternity leave - and she's just one of a growing number of women for whom a baby is a mere blip in their busy schedules
Growing number of women are returning to work within weeks after giving birth Carrie Johnson, 33, is head of communications for the Aspinall Foundation Prime Minister’s wife is said to be keen to work on a release of elephants in Kenya Here, UK-based mothers reflect on their decision to have a short maternity leave
Carrie on saving elephants! Boris Johnson's pregnant wife rejects her maternity leave and plans to keep on working at animal foundation after she gives birth to their second child
Boris Johnson used his keynote speech at this year’s Tory Party conference to urge people to return to their offices this autumn. And his wife, Carrie, is determined to demonstrate her devotion to hard work. I hear she’s planning to take no maternity leave after she gives birth to her second child, which is due around Christmas.
Senior party members concerned after chaotic fortnight, with PM said to be losing his grip over key policies Conservative MPs are increasingly worried about Boris Johnson’s competence and drive after he gave a rambling speech to business leaders and was accused of losing his grip over a series of key policies from social care to rail.
EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Carrie Johnson's loyal best friend to wed... and PM's wife could soon be walking down the aisle as a bridesmaid
Carrie Johnson could soon be walking down the aisle again, but this time as a bridesmaid. I hear the best friend of the Prime Minister’s wife, Emma Barr, pictured with Carrie, is engaged, to restaurant PR man William Hanley. Emma, a former government special adviser who worked as a Tory press officer under Carrie, tells me: ‘William and I are over the moon and we can’t wait to celebrate with our friends and family.’
New European responds to Downing Street denial of Boris Johnson 'threat to sue' A NEWSPAPER which claims Boris Johnson threatened it with legal action has responded to Downing Street’s flat denial of the story. The New European, an anti-Brexit paper launched in the wake of the 2016 Leave vote, reported that a No10 communications officer had told its editor the Prime Minister was to sue for defamation.
Today's headlines: Split on vaccine passport plan... Voucher scheme fraud complaints ... Carrie Johnson urged to step in on Troubles Amnesty plan
Here are today's news headlines from across Northern Ireland. Stay with us for live updates and all the latest developments throughout the day. NI hospitality trade split over Covid vaccine passport decision Donna Traynor taking ‘age bias case’ against BBC, corporation insider claims Mother of IRA Birmingham bomb victim Maxine Hambleton asks PM’s wife Carrie Johnson to back fight against Troubles amnesty
The charity where Carrie Johnson has a job paid more than £150,000 to its chairman’s wife for ‘interior design services’. The Aspinall Foundation is now facing serious questions after it emerged the large sum is roughly equal to 10% of all donations received last year, MailOnline reported.
Head of zoo charity that employs Carrie Johnson pays FOUR TIMES original rent for foundation-owned stately home
Damian Aspinall quizzed by regulators when it emerged he was paying just £2,500 a month to live in 30-bedroom mansion Rental rate previously paid on Howletts House, Kent, less than five-bedroom student house in Canterbury Under charity law, trustees cannot usually benefit financially from their role Chief is now paying four times original rent to live in the mansion
THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY won the 2019 election with a landmark result prompting congratulations for the leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but now the Tories are fast losing support? Carrie Johnson speaks at 2021 Conservative Party conference The Conservative Party have seen a rapid shift in its popularity in recent days as the Tory sleaze row begins to hurt the party in the polls.
Charity that employs Carrie Johnson paid its boss's wife £150,000 for interior design services that were 10 per cent of all its donations, accounts show
The Aspinall Foundation paid £150k to its chairman's wife for interior design The figure it paid equates to ten per cent of all donations received last year The well-known animal conservation charity employs Boris Johnson's wife Carrie The charity that employs Carrie Johnson paid more than £150,000 to its chairman's wife for interior design services last year.
The foundation operates the Howletts and Port Lympne animal parks The Aspinall Foundation is facing questions after it emerged it paid more than £150,000 to the wife of the chairman of the trustees for “interior design services”. The animal charity which employs the Prime Minister’s wife Carrie Johnson, is already facing investigation by the Charity Commission after it raised “serious concerns” about the charity’s “governance and financial management”.
Accounts for Aspinall Foundation show it paid more than £150,000 in ‘interior design services’ to chairman’s wife The wildlife charity that employs Carrie Johnson is facing further questions over its finances, after its latest accounts show it paid more than £150,000 in “interior design services” to the chairman’s wife last year.
THE MAJOR travel company, Expedia has announced it will no longer sell holidays that include tickets to controversial whale and dolphin shows. The Prime Minister's wife Carrie Johnson has been a leading voice in the campaign against the shows. Captive whale and dolphin shows have been popular tourist draws in the past but they have attracted criticism in recent years due to allegations of cruelty.
Can you cash in by renting out your wardrobe? Carrie Johnson & Co have made hiring clothes the ultimate eco-boast, so LIBBY GALVIN advertised hers online and now counts the profits... and one devastating loss
For eco-conscious followers of fashion, what's the trendiest way to show off your green credentials? Why, to wear them on your sleeve — by hiring your outfit rather than buying something new. Take Prime Minister's wife Carrie Johnson, who even rented her £2,870 wedding dress for a mere £45 a day.
Public figures including Boris Johnson’s wife Carrie Johnson have criticised the practice The travel firm Expedia has put a stop to selling holidays which come including performances by captive dolphins and whales. A number of public figures have criticised the tourism practice with Virgin Holidays announcing in 2019 that it would no longer sell tickets to attractions and experiences involving such performances.