Met Police ‘institutionally corrupt’ according to report into 1987 death of Daniel Morgan

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Met Police ‘institutionally corrupt’ according to report into 1987 death of Daniel Morgan” – below is their description. Former Prime Minister Theresa May has defended Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick after an investigation into the death of private investigator Daniel Morgan in 1987 censured her for obstruction, and … Read more Met Police ‘institutionally corrupt’ according to report into 1987 death of Daniel Morgan

Theresa May attacks Government’s travel ban: ‘global Britain shut for business’

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Theresa May attacks Government’s travel ban: ‘global Britain shut for business’” – below is their description. Theresa May has attacked the Government’s stance on travel, saying the UK is “falling behind the rest of Europe”. Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► https://bit.ly/3idrdLH She added: “It needs to … Read more Theresa May attacks Government’s travel ban: ‘global Britain shut for business’

‘Cautious optimism’ among Tory rebels on reversing foreign aid cuts

Sky News published this video item, entitled “‘Cautious optimism’ among Tory rebels on reversing foreign aid cuts” – below is their description. Tory MP Tom Tugendhat, who is chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, said there is cautious optimism among Conservative rebels hoping to force Boris Johnson to reverse foreign aid cuts. A total of … Read more ‘Cautious optimism’ among Tory rebels on reversing foreign aid cuts

Rachel Johnson Defends Brother Boris: ‘He’s Never Tried To Hide Anything’ | Loose Women

Loose Women published this video item, entitled “Rachel Johnson Defends Brother Boris: ‘He’s Never Tried To Hide Anything’ | Loose Women” – below is their description. Rachel Johnson joins the show exclusively to talk about her new podcast ‘Rachel Johnson’s Difficult Women’. She discusses with Janet, Kaye, Penny and Brenda what it means to be … Read more Rachel Johnson Defends Brother Boris: ‘He’s Never Tried To Hide Anything’ | Loose Women

The Duke of Edinburgh Dies: Political leaders pay tribute to Prince Philip

Sky News published this video item, entitled “The Duke of Edinburgh Dies: Political leaders pay tribute to Prince Philip” – below is their description. British political leaders pay tribute to His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh. Labour leader Sir Kier Starmer, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and former Prime Minister Theresa May remember the … Read more The Duke of Edinburgh Dies: Political leaders pay tribute to Prince Philip

No perfect solution? MPs on the way out of lockdown

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “No perfect solution? MPs on the way out of lockdown” – below is their description. Neil O’Brien is the Conservative MP for Harborough and was a former adviser on the economy to former prime minister, Theresa May. Andrea Leadsom is a former business secretary who is leading … Read more No perfect solution? MPs on the way out of lockdown

Brexit explained: Boris Johnson’s new trade deal with the EU

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “Brexit explained: Boris Johnson’s new trade deal with the EU” – below is their description. Brexit is finally over. The UK has finally agreed a trade deal with the European Union – which will start on 1 January, 2021. But what’s in the deal? And what will … Read more Brexit explained: Boris Johnson’s new trade deal with the EU

Chopper’s Politics Podcast: When will Brexit end?

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Chopper’s Politics Podcast: When will Brexit end?” – below is their description. Subscribe to Chopper’s Politics for free: https://playpodca.st/chopper Put on your party-hats, it’s time for a festive chat about… trade deals! Brexit adviser to Theresa May, Raoul Ruparel joins Christopher Hope to discuss whether his old boss … Read more Chopper’s Politics Podcast: When will Brexit end?

Brexit: Boris Johnson hopes ‘sweet reason’ will prevail in ‘very difficult’ trade negotiations

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Brexit: Boris Johnson hopes ‘sweet reason’ will prevail in ‘very difficult’ trade negotiations” – below is their description. Boris Johnson has said “hope springs eternal” as he vowed to “do my best” to get a Brexit deal during his trip to Brussels this week. The Prime Minister is … Read more Brexit: Boris Johnson hopes ‘sweet reason’ will prevail in ‘very difficult’ trade negotiations

Britain’s Royal Family, PM Boris Johnson lay wreaths at Remembrance ceremony

Global News published this video item, entitled “Britain’s Royal Family, PM Boris Johnson lay wreaths at Remembrance ceremony” – below is their description. Members of the British Royal Family and government, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson, laid wreaths on Sunday during a National Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph on Whitehall in London. Social distancing … Read more Britain’s Royal Family, PM Boris Johnson lay wreaths at Remembrance ceremony

MPs approve 2nd lockdown for England – Boris Johnson sees off a rebellion

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “MPs approve 2nd lockdown for England – Boris Johnson sees off a rebellion” – below is their description. MPs have voted to support the four-week lockdown for England that starts tomorrow. Boris Johnson warned that, without it, the NHS would face an “existential threat”. Some 34 of … Read more MPs approve 2nd lockdown for England – Boris Johnson sees off a rebellion

Boris Johnson walks out during Theresa May’s speech criticising lockdown

Boris Johnson walked out of the UK Parliament while former Prime Minister, Theresa May, was giving a speech criticising the UK Government’s handling of a second covid-19 lockdown. Members of Parliament audibly groaned at the apparent lack of respect shown by the PM towards his predecessor. The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Boris Johnson … Read more Boris Johnson walks out during Theresa May’s speech criticising lockdown

Brexit: what’s happened and what’s to come?: CELS Evening Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Brexit: what’s happened and what’s to come?: CELS Evening Webinar” – below is their description. David Gauke is a British former politician and solicitor who was the Member of Parliament for South West Hertfordshire from 2005 to 2019. He served in the Cabinet under Theresa May, most … Read more Brexit: what’s happened and what’s to come?: CELS Evening Webinar

Watch Theresa May’s shock at Michael Gove’s claim about Brexit

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Watch Theresa May’s shock at Michael Gove’s claim about Brexit” – below is their description. Michael Gove made a surprising claim about Brexit… and Theresa May’s reaction was spectacular, Michael Deacon writes: When she was prime minister, Theresa May was rarely interesting to listen to – but she … Read more Watch Theresa May’s shock at Michael Gove’s claim about Brexit

Brexit: May incredulous over EU security access plans

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Brexit: May incredulous over EU security access plans” – below is their description. Former-PM Theresa May reacted with disbelief when Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove revealed that security cooperation with the EU would likely end. Mr Gove said that there were many more areas where the UK could … Read more Brexit: May incredulous over EU security access plans