HAMISH MCRAE: Whether there will be enough progress in next two years to convince voters is a tough one, but this is an experiment we’re in together By Hamish Mcrae, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 16:50 EDT, 24 September 2022 | Updated:
Angela Rayner hosted a radio-call in with members of the public on Monday and took the opportunity to hammer the Conservative Government over Britons’ soaring energy bills. Sir Keir Starmer’s deputy lashed out over the UK “subsidising” the cost of French energy.
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An outraged LBC caller has criticised Nicola Sturgeon’s desperate attempt to hold a second independence referendum in an impassionate speech, claiming there is no motive to hold a second divisive vote while the country is an “utter mess.” In the weeks leading up
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On Tuesday, an analysis published by British Future, a think tank which specialises in immigration and integration, showed that more non-EU foreign nationals are expected to come to the UK this year than before Brexit. The study showed the number of non-EU
The British Journalist then went on to discuss the British economy and the financial difficulties many Brits were facing due to the increases in the cost of living. Mr Halligan explained that British businesses should be getting more help from the Government.
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Prince Harry, 37, appeared to issue a veiled warning to those closest to the Queen saying he wanted to make sure his grandmother was “protected” and had “the right people around her” in an interview with NBC’s Today show. The Duke of