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Drakeford: UK government forever looking to distract from its own mess

[ad_1] The First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, has accused the UK government of abandoning Covid science and looking to distract from "the awful mess it finds itself in".The Labour leader in Wales' comments came as Wales eases some restrictions, including a limit on numbers at outdoor events with crowds being allowed to return to sporting events. [ad_2] Source link
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Downing Street party: When will Sue Gray’s report be published?

[ad_1] The government is facing mounting pressure over several events that are alleged to have been held during lockdowns. Here is what we know about them and the restrictions in place at the time: 10 May 2020 Boris Johnson announced a plan to take the “first careful steps" out of the lockdown that began in March 2020. But he said people should continue to "obey the rules on social distancing
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Nadine Dorries: Blackmailing accusations are nonsense

[ad_1] Nadine Dorries has dismissed claims MPs plotting to remove Boris Johnson from office are being blackmailed as "nonsense".The culture secretary accused the Tory MP who made the claims, William Wragg, of "attention seeking behaviour".And she defended Mr Johnson, who she said had "delivered us the greatest majority since Margaret Thatcher". [ad_2] Source link
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Christian Wakeford: Ex-Tory MP says he was threatened over funding

[ad_1] An ex-Tory MP who defected to Labour said he was threatened he would not get a high school in his constituency if he did not vote in a certain way.Bury South MP Christian Wakeford said it made him start to question his place within the Conservative Party.It comes after MP William Wragg accused the government of trying to "blackmail" its own MPs to stop them plotting against the prime