Mr Johnson has been a major advocate of nuclear energy generation in the UK, announcing a plan to generate a quarter of the country’s energy supply from nuclear by 2050 earlier this year. In one of his final acts in office, the outgoing
The shadow foreign secretary attacked Liz Truss for “a terrible and worrying lack of judgement” after she said the “jury’s out” on whether the French President is a “friend or foe” to the UK. The Tory leadership frontrunner told party members last
An explosive row has erupted between the French and British sides as they blame each other for the gridlock seen at the Port of Dover. Travelers again saw mammoth queues at the port on Saturday with some lorry drivers reporting waits of
The French President backed the development of Uber in France singing a deal when he was economy minister between 2014 to 2016. The findings, leaked after an investigation based on 124,000 confidential internal Uber documents, prompted calls for Mr Macron to resign.
David Davis, former Brexit secretary discussed Britain’s economic growth with journalist Justin Webb. Mr Webb accused British politicians, who wanted Brexit, of never having a plan to implement England leaving the EU in the first place. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other
The Chancellor said the UK economy is now “bigger than it was before Covid” as he boasted about Brexit Britain’s performance against the EU’s biggest economy. Mr Sunak tweeted: “Growing the economy is one of the best ways to help with the
As Boris Johnson announced that due to “legal eagles” Rwanda plan might face some delay, GB News panellist Sajeela Kershi said the real problem with asylum seekers crossing the Channel is actually France, who “passive-aggressively” ignores the crossing row. JShe claimed that
Boris Johnson battled to justify his decision not to impose a windfall tax on energy companies amid the rising cost of living crisis. The Prime Minister claimed a windfall tax should be avoided to encourage energy companies to invest in domestic, sustainable
Protestors flocked to Paris ahead of Sunday’s Presidential election showdown between President Emmanuel Macron and his right-wing opponent Marine Le Pen. Riot police have been deployed to maintain order in France’s capital city as demonstrators chant and brandish banners expressing their discontent
Chaos broke out in France today as hundreds of protesters clashed with police in Bastia, a city on the island of Corsica. The nationalist protesters took to the streets this afternoon as local anger intensified following similar violence on Wednesday this week.