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40 new hospitals delayed until after 2030 amid safety concerns2 min read
The health secretary has announced a delay in the delivery of the 40 new hospitals in England that Boris Johnson had pledged as Prime Minister until beyond 2030.
How to fly like a foreign secretary: A guide to luxury jets and showers3 min read
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly recently used a luxury business jet for his eight-day tour of the Caribbean and Latin America despite the cost of living crisis.
COVID ‘VIP Lane’: A WhatsApp tango between Matt Hancock and Tory donors4 min read
WhatsApp messages reveal VIP COVID testing contracts awarded to Tory donors. Conversations expose lobbying efforts and raise concerns about political donations influencing government decisions during the pandemic.
Tories cry foul as Starmer says EU citizens should vote in UK elections3 min read
Labour is currently reviewing voting issues. Keir Starmer wants to give EU citizens in UK voting rights, saying it is unfair to exclude long-term migrants who pay taxes. The Tories oppose the idea and accuse Labour of pro-EU agenda.
Rees-Mogg changes tune on voter ID: It was gerrymandering all along3 min read
Former Tory minister Rees-Mogg calls voter ID law “gerrymandering”, saying it hurt elderly Conservative voters in the recent local elections. Government ministers have denied partisan motives.
Turkey election: Erdoğan and Kılıçdaroğlu face off in historic runoff showdown4 min read
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has been in power for two decades, is set to face a runoff on May 28. This is an unprecedented situation in Turkish politics.
The not-so-blind trust: How ministers see their investments without looking4 min read
What if Rishi Sunak has invested his wealth in Oil and Gas shares? This is worth considering because if he has, his reluctance to impose a substantial windfall tax on Oil companies’ excessive profits would have a new significance.