Boris Johnson condemns plans for English clubs to join European Super League

Prime Minister Boris Johnson last night condemned six English football teams who announced plans to join a European Super League.  Mr Johnson claimed the clubs, which include Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham ‘must answer to their fans’ before launching the ‘very damaging’ change.  The PM took to Twitter on Sunday evening … Read more

Senior Tories warn PM faces losing Red Wall voters over lobbying storm 

Election alert for Boris as senior Tories warn he faces losing crucial Red Wall voters over ‘shameful’ lobbying storm Boris Johnson warned Red Wall voters could desert him over the lobbying storm Senior Tory Sir Bernard Jenkin said wave of revelations were ‘corrosive of trust’ Key elections on May 6 with council, mayoral and a … Read more

Stupor Saturday: Revellers are met by police as they spill out of bars

Revellers have been met by police as they spilled out of bars to continue their post-lockdown partying without masks or social distnacing after pubs served more than six million pints.  Outdoor seating in pubs and restaurants across the country – inlcuding London, Leeds and Newcastle – were swamped on Saturday night as partygoers made the … Read more

Saturday night live! Revellers hit the town for first big weekend since lockdown

Revellers hit the town for first big weekend since lockdown restrctions were eased as police urged them to ‘be sensible’ with pubs expecting to sell more than six million pints. Outdoor seating in pubs and restaurants across the country – inlcuding London, Leeds and Newcastle – were swamped on Saturday night as partygoers made the … Read more

Greensill-backed finance firm Taulia got lucrative contract with TfL while Boris Johnson was Mayor

Greensill-backed finance firm Taulia got lucrative contract with Transport for London while Boris Johnson was Mayor and Lex was a No 10 adviser It prompted renewed calls for a fuller probe into Greensill’s access to Whitehall  It also brings up questions as to how he was able to benefit from his ties to PM It … Read more

Shoppers hit Oxford Street on first weekend since lockdown rules were eased

Shoppers have flocked to the high street today on the first Saturday since lockdown restrictions were eased. Pavements were packed across the country this morning as people returned to their favourite shops and met up with friends. Oxford Street in London was heaving with people out enjoying the 53F (12C) sunshine in the capital, which … Read more

PM urges members of the public to ‘tick off’ people who litter

Boris Johnson urges members of the public to ‘tick off’ anyone who litters as he says people ‘must obey the basic laws of respect for others’ as easing of lockdown sees outdoor picnic surge Boris Johnson has said members of the public should ‘tick off’ people who litter The Prime Minister said he ‘abhors litter’ … Read more

Boris Johnson: David Cameron Greensill lobbying investigation has ‘carte blanche’ to ask anything

Boris Johnson today said there are questions that need to be ‘satisfied’ over the David Cameron Greensill lobbying row as he insisted an independent probe will be given ‘carte blanche’ to ask anybody anything.  The Prime Minister said he wants a review led by Nigel Boardman to be ‘done quickly’, with the legal expert to … Read more

Labour demands official probe into plan to refurbish Downing Street flat 

Labour demands official probe into Boris Johnson’s plan to refurbish Downing Street flat Sir Keir Starmer has entered the row over Boris Johnson’s flat refurbishment  He demanded a formal probe into whether he should face criminal proceedings The Daily Mail revealed details of the lavish redecoration of the Downing Street apartment shared by the PM … Read more

Ursula von der Leyen ‘refused to sign’ world leaders’ pandemic plea

J. V. Bainimarama, prime minister of Fiji Antonio Luis Santos da Costa, prime minister of Portugal Klaus Iohannis, president of Romania Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister,  Paul Kagame, president of Rwanda Uhuru Kenyatta, president of Kenya Emmanuel Macron, president of France Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany Charles Michel, president of the European Council Kyriakos Mitsotakis, … Read more

Peter Andre shows off his VERY messy haircut as he pleads with Boris Johnson to reopen hairdressers

Peter Andre shows off his VERY messy locks as he pleads with Boris Johnson to reopen hairdressers amid third national lockdown By Isla Williams For Mailonline Published: 00:37 BST, 29 March 2021 | Updated: 00:41 BST, 29 March 2021 Peter Andre has pleaded for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to reopen hairdressers as he showcased a … Read more

Oliver Dowden slams ‘sneering’ BBC mockery of minister’s union flag

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden slams ‘sneering’ mockery of minister’s union flag and Queen portrait by BBC presenters during interview Oliver Dowden joined criticism of BBC hosts mockery of minister’s union flag Culture Secretary said sometimes the comments descended into ‘sneering’  Government issued guidance for union flags to be flown on buildings every day  By James … Read more