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Rishi Sunak Promises Financial Aid For Poor Amid UK Energy Crisis. Some idiots believe him.
Former Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Tuesday promised to provide more money to help people cope with soaring household energy bills if he is elected Britain's Prime Minister next month. But where is he going to get this money from? How come ...
A third of Brits face poverty with energy bills set to hit $5,000
Nearly one third of households in the United Kingdom will face poverty this winter after paying energy bills that are set to soar again in January, campaigners say.
One month on: 9 things we’ve learned since Britain’s Tories went into meltdown
Boris Johnson’s defenestration — and the race to replace him — has thrown up all sorts of surprises.
G7 slams… China for ‘destabilising region’
‘There is no justification to use a visit as pretext for aggressive military activity in the Taiwan Strait’, say foreign ministers in joint statement.
Why is there unrest among civil servants and how will ministers respond?
Analysis: civil servants are frustrated with real-terms pay cuts, job losses, and political briefings against them
A Growing Number of Religious Groups Are Developing Reparations Programs for Black Americans
On the Sunday before Juneteenth, the Rev. Ryan Marsh stood in front of about 50 mostly white parishioners to announce a "reparations distribution" program for the church.
British PM candidate Sunak vows 20% income tax cut by… 2029 (after he go and cannot held accountable, so he promise something he will not be in charge to deliver)
Rishi Sunak, the crook banker, serial lier and massive tax evader, trailing in the race to become Britain's next prime minister, has vowed to slash the basic rate of income tax by 20% by 2029 in a potentially make-or-break throw of the d...
Truss surges ahead, wins key backers in UK leadership race
U.K. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss cemented her place as front-runner in the race to replace Prime Minister Boris Johnson, winning endorsement Saturday from an influential former rival for the top job.
The World Economic Forum: heroes or villains?
In movies and television shows, we are often exposed to the story of good vs. evil. Typically the plot involves a hero doing everything in their power to stop the treacherous plans of the villain. We watch, we cheer, and we find satisfac...
Ukraine loses its best friend Boris. What happens next?
Boris Johnson’s imminent departure as UK prime minister has unnerved his allies in Kyiv.
In the race to succeed Boris Johnson, only China hawks need apply
Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak are both scrambling to look tough on Beijing.
The UK Tory battle for the support of Taylor Swift
Who cares what music politicians listen to? Turns out we all do.
Top US judge mocks world leaders over abortion ruling
A conservative member of the US Supreme Court has mocked world leaders who criticized last month's ruling that overturned American abortion rights.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Alito mocks foreign critics of abortion ruling
Conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has brushed off criticism from prominent figures around the world of last month's blockbuster ruling he authored that overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 abortion rights decision.
Johnson’s ‘zombie government’ urged to deliver emergency help with energy bills
Boris Johnson said periods of difficulty were inevitable as Money Saving Expert’s Martin Lewis demanded extra help for households.
UK to host 2023 Eurovision after Ukraine ruled too risky
Next year’s Eurovision Song Contest will be staged in Britain, organizers announced Monday, after concluding it is too risky to hold the much-loved pop extravaganza in the designated host country, Ukraine.
British PM candidate Truss sets out investment plans
British Foreign secretary Liz Truss will set out plans to create new low-regulation investment zones and more freeports on Monday, stepping up her campaign to be next prime minister.
Dogecoin tumbles! Is Elon Musk's influence on cryptocurrencies declining?
Despite Elon Musk’s announcement about Tesla holding on to its Dogecoin reserves, the cryptocurrency continued to dip for two days straight.
Liz Truss claims to be an 'insurgent'
The “straight-talking Yorkshire woman” wants to build on Brexit and review the Bank of England’s mandate
UK leadership candidate Truss pledges to ditch all EU laws by 2023
Liz Truss, the leading candidate to succeed Boris Johnson as British prime minister, promised to scrap all remaining European Union laws that still apply in Britain by 2023 if she wins the Conservative Party leadership contest.
Rishi Sunak steps up attack on Truss tax cuts as poll puts his rival well ahead
Former chancellor says opponent’s economic policies risk stoking inflation and pushing up interest rates
Treatment of UK prisoners during Covid meets UN definition of torture
Analysis: Report finds 85% of inmates were locked up for 23 hours a day, with sadly predictable results. It cannot be ignored
'Hasta la vista, baby': Boris Johnson's last words at PMQs
Boris Johnson has signed off from the dispatch box in the House of Commons after taking part in his last PMQs with the words 'Hasta la vista, baby' – a reference to an Arnold Schwarzenegger line in Terminator 2. Johnson listed advice to ...
Rishi Sunak, heir apparent who ran afoul of Boris Johnson
Rishi Sunak was seen as Boris Johnson’s natural heir, until he turned on the prime minister who put him in charge of Britain’s economy. The former Treasury chief, who quit earlier this month after questioning Johnson’s competence and eth...
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