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Nadhim Zahawi says there are a 'high calibre' candidates coming through the Conservative party despite a number of MPs announcing they will not stand at the next general election, including former Cabinet colleague Sajid Javid. .
Protest groups have taken coordinated action across London on what they have called the Fuel Poverty Day of Action.Campaigners from the Don’t Pay UK and Fuel Poverty Action groups held what they called a “warm up” at the British Museum and Stratford Westfield on Saturday afternoon. The groups held the protest against rising energy bills and “sky-rocketing” levels of fuel poverty.
Conservative Party Chair and former chancellor Nadhim Zahawi says the government will not agree to inflation-busting pay rises, because it will embed inflation and harm household incomes for far longer. Mr Zahawi called on people to come together against Putin's use of energy as a weapon which he says is driving inflation. .
Tyson Fury retained his World Boxing Council heavyweight title with a decisive stoppage win over British rival Derek Chisora on Saturday before setting his sights on a blockbuster unification bout against Oleksandr Usyk.
Albanians should be barred from claiming asylum in the UK as they are coming from a “demonstrably safe” country, the Immigration Minister has said.Robert Jenrick said such individuals should be “excluded from the right to claim asylum” as he warned that current levels of migration into the UK were “unsustainable”.His comments came as the Home Office declined to comment on a report in The Sunday Times that ministers are working on legislation which could ban asylum seekers who enter by illegal routes from ever settling in the UK.Home Secretary Suella Braverman was reported to be urging Rishi Sunak to back plans to put every illegal migrant into detention on arrival.
Tyson Fury laid down the challenge to Oleksandr Usyk as the two heavyweight champions went head-to-head in an intense face-off. Unified WBA ‘Super’, IBF, WBO and IBO title-holder Usyk was at ringside at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night to watch Fury retain his WBC belt in emphatic fashion in front of 60,000 fans with an utterly dominant 10th-round stoppage of Derek Chisora, also supporting fellow Ukrainian Denys Berinchyk, who won the European lightweight gold after beating Yvan Mendy. Fury called out Usyk after his fourth successive stoppage win and rained down the expletive-ridden insults, provoking his rival to jump up onto the ring apron for a fierce staredown.
IT’S been a good week for ageing white blokes on radio. You might argue, of course, that every week is a good one for ageing white blokes on radio and I couldn’t really disagree. But with actor Bill Nighy sitting in for Guy Garvey on 6 Music last Sunday and French maitre d’ and TV celeb Fred Sirieix the subject of Radio 4’s The Food Programme (Sunday and Monday) you might at least feel that these were, as ageing white blokes go, upmarket examples (compared, at least, to one ageing white