Rishi Sunak describes post-Covid economic plans

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak holds the budget box outside 11 Downing Street, central London, prior to the announcement of the spring declaration in the House of Commons on 03 March 2021 in London, England. Wiktor Szymanowicz | Barcroft Media | fake images LONDON – Spending billions of pounds on healthcare and transport services … Read more

James Frayne: The Conservatives’ Next Challenge? Persuade voters that they know how to reduce government waste.

James Frayne is Director of Public first and author of Meet the people, a guide to shake public opinion. The Conservatives maintain the momentum in the polls in large part because of the loyalty of the provincial English working class to the prime minister. Long used to being disappointed by politicians, the prime minister has … Read more

Grant Shapps: Labor’s solution to the HGV driver shortage is simplistic and flawed. This is what the government is doing.

Grant Shapps is Secretary of Transportation and MP for Welwyn Hatfield. Good news landed on my desk recently: the daily “SitRep” detailing gasoline levels at gas stations across the country showed that they had finally returned above normal after weeks of shortages caused by a reckless briefing and partial which, unsurprisingly, led to stories of … Read more

The UK and EU are still ‘far apart’ in Northern Ireland’s trade – POLITICO

High-level talks will resume next week between the European Union and the United Kingdom about policies governing trade in Northern Ireland but the two sides will remain “far from major issues,” the statement said. a British government source on Saturday. While insisting that the UK government wants a speedy solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol, … Read more

UK and EU remain ‘very far apart’ in Northern Ireland trade – POLITICAL

High-level talks are set to resume next week between the European Union and the United Kingdom on the rules governing trade in Northern Ireland, but the two sides remain “very far apart on the big issues,” a UK source said on Saturday. British government. While insisting that the UK government wants a quick fix on … Read more

Laura Kuenssberg ‘is in talks to step down as BBC political editor’

Laura Kuenssberg is talking to come down as BBC political editor six years later and became a presenter on the Today program as part of a major reshuffle of senior on-air staff, according to reports. Since taking over from Nick Robinson as the Corporation’s political editor, Miss Kuenssberg, 45, has covered a feverish period of … Read more

UK music industry faces ‘slow, steady decline’ due to Brexit hurdles – POLITICO

LONDON – British ministers must overcome their “Brexit ideology” to address new hurdles that could lead to a “slow, steady decline” of the UK music industry, artists have warned. Ten months after Brexit, British touring artists and performers are growing impatient with the lack of solutions to issues such as the lack of a visa … Read more

Leaders seek to break EU deadlock on trade deals – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article. EU leaders will do it this week argue how to break a deadlock on the bloc’s trade deals and revamp the way the deals are negotiated. Negotiating trade agreements on behalf of the 27 countries is one of the central responsibilities of the European Commission, but Brussels is … Read more

Top headlines today from The Telegraph

Welcome to your early news reporting from The Telegraph-a roundup of the top stories we discuss on Tuesday. To receive twice-daily briefings via email, sign up to our Front Page newsletter for free. 1. Booster vaccines launch ‘too slowly’ The booster vaccine program is too slow to protect the most vulnerable, experts have warned as … Read more

John Redwood: The EU has become the biggest threat to the UK Union. Lord Frost must act swiftly to protect his integrity.

Sir John Redwood is an MP from Wokingham and a former Secretary of State for Wales. The Government is strongly in favor of the UK Union. So is the Official Opposition. Scotland held a referendum and voted to remain in the Union. At the time, all parties agreed that it would be a vote for … Read more

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