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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. .
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.
A handball from the past haunted the clash between Ghana and Uruguay. Now they're both ghosts as far as the 2022 World Cup is concerned. Uruguayan sense of humourFor many Ghanaians Luis Suarez roams the firmament as the devil incarnate. His resident evil? To have handled the ball on the goal line in the dying seconds of extra-time during the quarter-final between Uruguay and Ghana at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He was sent off for the horror and Asamoah Gyan missed the penalty. And then
Former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith has described the UK’s reliance on cheap goods from the “brutal, dictatorial” Chinese regime as a “trade-off of human lives”. Speaking on Sky’s Sophy Ridge On Sunday, Sir Iain said he did not believe the relaxation of lockdown rules in China following recent protests was a sign of change in the world’s largest manufacturing economy.
Kate Winslet said the Government should make social media companies enforce age limits to protect children’s mental health.The Oscar-winning British star, 47, said “much more rigorous” security checks are needed and called on those in power to “crack down” on the issue.Speaking on Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg, she said many parents feel “utterly powerless” to help their children deal with the impact of social media.