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Johnson under fire for inaccurate use of statistics

The Office for Statistics Regulation [OSR] has said that prime minister Boris Johnson has inaccurately used statistics to support his claim that child poverty has been reduced during his stint in Number Ten.

Mixed response to Spain’s removal from quarantine-free list

Health minister Helen Whately has said the government made the “right” choice and acted “rapidly and decisively” by removing Spain from the UK’s quarantine free list over the weekend, despite criticism from the travel industry and Labour.

Labour figureheads hit out at former leader Jeremy Corbyn as legal cases mount

Members of Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer's shadow cabinet have been engaging in fierce criticism of his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn, accusing him of being responsible for a raft of legal cases against the party, the Telegraph reports.

Labour calls for review into RT licence

The Labour Party has called upon regulator Ofcom to review the licence of Russian news outlet RT following the publication of the Russia report.

PM under fire for comments made about care homes

Prime minister Boris Johnson has faced criticism for comments he made on Monday this week, after he suggested that “too many care homes didn’t really follow” coronavirus safety procedures.

Homeowners to receive vouchers of up to £5,000 for home insulation

Under chancellor Rishi Sunak’s economic recovery plan to be unveiled on Wednesday, hundreds of thousands of homeowners will be provided vouchers of up to £5,000 to pay for energy-saving home improvements such as better insulation.

Mixed response to Long-Bailey sacking

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer will address MPs following his decision to sack his shadow education secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey, which was met with mixed response after she had retweeted an article which was alleged to have contained an antisemitic conspiracy theory.

Leaders Council: Labour has "mountain to climb" before 2024

The Leaders Council has examined a review of the Labour party’s 2019 election defeat, and claims that a new leader and the end of Brexit as a key election issue will not be enough for the party to win back power.

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