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Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under renewed pressure to hand over evidence of alleged parties in Downing Street to police, after the Evening Standard highlighted a wave of prosecutions over alleged Covid-19 rule-breaking from last Christmas. In a Prime Minister’s Questions clash, Labour leader Keir Starmer mocked Justice Secretary Dominic Raab’s earlier suggestion that police forces do not investigate allegations that are a year old - calling it “nonsense” - and urged the Prime Minister to cooperate with the CPS and Scotland Yard.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford said the PM has lost the trust of the British people after allegations of a Christmas party at No 10 last year.
University of East Anglia Professor Alastair Grant has projected the reproduction rate of the new variant based on UKHSA figures.
Kim Petras has opened up about being seen as a “joke” in her home country of Germany, and dismissed by the US music industry.
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The party at the centre of the row is reported to have taken place on 18 December, when such gatherings were banned.
Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry has called for Dominic Raab to both apologise and resign over his handling of the Afghanistan evacuation in summer.
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Archaeologists have found the "best physical evidence for a crucifixion in the Roman world" at a Cambridgeshire housing estate.
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Australian lawmakers Thursday backed calls for a full judicial inquiry into media ownership, at the end of their own year-long investigation sparked by a record-breaking petition demanding a probe into Rupert Murdoch's dominance of the sector.
US President Joe Biden will warn Vladimir Putin of severe economic consequences should Russia go ahead with an invasion of Ukraine, a senior official said on Monday. Mr Biden and Mr Putin are to hold a video call on Tuesday as the US attempts to deter Russia from launching military action against Ukraine after Moscow deployed tens of thousands of troops to the country’s border. Mr Biden is said to have spoken to the UK, France and Germany ahead of the call, to discuss their “shared concern about the Russian military build-up on Ukraine’s borders and Russia’s increasingly harsh rhetoric” and support for deescalating tensions in the region.
Sex and the City’s much-anticipated reboot And Just Like That… will be hitting screens on Thursday (9 December).
Jussie Smollett has described “making out” and visiting a gay bathhouse with his alleged attacker, and maintained that accusations he staged a hate crime against himself are “100 per cent false”.
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China accuses Australia of ‘posturing’ over diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympics. Scott Morrison says athletes will compete in next year’s Games because sport and politics should not mix