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  • nnb
    Article: Dec 11, 2019

    Boris Johnson hides in fridge on live TV while dodging interview on eve of election
    Tory aide seen mouthing 'oh for f***'s sake' after seeing 'Good Morning Britain' reporter

    A campaign which has seen our Prime Minister duck and dive to avoid critical scrutiny finishes as it started with this amusing headline in The Independent. You can read the full article here https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-hides-fridge-general-election-piers-morgan-good-morning-britain-live-tv-a9241631.html

  • sb
    Article: Dec 10, 2019

    The film of our Prime Minister refusing to look at the picture of a four year child with suspected pneumonia laying on the floor waiting for a hospital bed has understandably got a lot of media coverage given what it says about his understanding of the experiences of public services for most of the British people

  • pp
    Article: Dec 9, 2019

    Whether it be hospital buildings, extra nurse numbers or no borders in the Irish Sea something he insisted "no British Conservative government" would accept when he gave a speech to the DUP annual conference in November 2018, this election has been notable for casting doubt on whether you can believe anything the Conservatives have promised.

  • kkkk
    Article: Dec 9, 2019

    It is only a few days since the Sunday Times reported that NHS patient data may be exploited by US technology companies under a trade deal with America. They quoted leading trade economist, Alan Winters, who is director of the Trade Policy Observatory at Sussex University, that clauses on data sharing and algorithms US negotiators want inserted into a deal could be used to capture the value in NHS patient records, estimated at £10 billion a year.

  • mm
    Article: Dec 7, 2019

    Almost one million businesses in the UK have closed in the past three years, analysis by the Liberal Democrats has revealed, showing how Brexit uncertainty under the Conservatives is hitting our high streets.
    It comes as the Liberal Democrats today (Saturday 7 December) unveil a series of measures to reverse this decline and boost small businesses, to mark Small Business Saturday.