Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government is facing a ticking „time bomb“ of public opinion if it fails to curtail immigration, warned a leading think tank.
LONDON (AP) – The British government says it won’t be using 50 million face masks it bought during a scramble to secure protective equipment for medics during the coronavirus outbreak because of concerns they might not be safe.
In a stunning power grab by the British government, local councils are set to be empowered with the authority to demolish buildings that are deemed to be epicentres of Chinese coronavirus outbreaks throughout the country.
A Parliamentary committee has determined that it was a „mistake“ not to introduce border or isolation restrictions on travellers from Europe from mid-March, with up to 10,000 cases being imported that directly contributed to the scale of the pandemic i…
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s latest mad wheeze is to propose extending the lockdown — „shielding“ is his preferred euphemism — to people over 50. Naturally this has gone down like a cup of cold sick in the Conservatives‘ natural constituency, which…
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly backed the idea of Chinese app TikTok basing its global headquarters in London, as President Donald Trump prepares to ban or force the sale of the app in America.
Number 10 Downing Street has reportedly confirmed that London and other major British cities could be placed under local lockdowns that would ban travel in and out of them if there is a spike in Chinese coronavirus cases.
Migration Watch UK has warned that Boris Johnson’s so-called Australian-style point-based immigration system leaves Britain open to around 660 million foreign workers, as it has no cap on overall numbers.
A poll has found that 62 per cent of the British public believe that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government is performing „badly“ in its handling of immigration, as illegal boat migrants in the English Channel soar to record levels.
The formerly libertarian prime minister has imposed a raft of new restrictions in the promotion of food deemed unhealthy, treating advertisements for ‚junk food‘ like nudity or violence by banning them on television before 9 pm.