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Guido Talks #12 | Cheating MPs, Meal Deals, and BBC Reform – Politics Article

Guido Talks #12 | Cheating MPs, Meal Deals, and BBC Reform Episode 12 of Guido Talks is available now both here as a video and on all good podcast platforms. In this week’s edition, recorded yesterday, the team discusses some of our favourite stories from the last seven days. See a list of the stories discussed here… For readers who prefer listening to, rather than looking at the Guido team, Guido Talks is available as a podcast. It’s now on Apple iTunes…

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Mark Drakeford Likes Cheese – Guido Fawkes – Politics Article

Mark Drakeford Likes Cheese In a ‘People’s PMQs’ style Q and A earlier this week, humanoid turtle and Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford expressed his love for “slightly salty cheese”, in response to a more lighthearted cheese related question from retired cheesemonger Joe Bangles. Now Twitter account ‘WelshGuv‘ has remixed Drakeford’s answer. Go home Wales, you’re drunk… http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js This is only a snippet of a Politics Article written by Tom Harwood Read Full Political Article

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Does Robert Jenrick Work for… Boris Johnson? – Politics Article

Build, Build, Build is Boris’s big policy. Yet is Robert Jenrick’s MHCLG the smooth planning machine needed to roll out the PM’s vision? Hardly. Constructing Britain’s hospitals and homes will involve huge amounts of carbon-intensive steel and cement. Yet getting rid of carbon is the First Commandment of the nation’s new religion. And MHCLG is paralysed by fear of the climate priests of Twitter… However a poll out today shows that ministers have nothing to dread. Because XR – just…

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Guido Talks #11 | Guido Victory, Freedom for Hong Kongers, and Local Lockdowns – Politics Article

Guido Talks #11 | Guido Victory, Freedom for Hong Kongers, and Local Lockdowns Episode 11 of Guido Talks is available now both here as a video and on all good podcast platforms. In this week’s edition, recorded yesterday, the team discusses our top stories from the last seven days. See a list of the stories discussed here… For readers who prefer listening to, rather than looking at the Guido team, Guido Talks is available as a podcast. It’s now on Apple iTunes…

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Grimes Disowns Starkey’s Slavery Comments – Politics Article

Grimes Disowns Starkey’s Slavery Comments Darren Grimes has apologised for not challenging comments historian David Starkey made on his new online free speech channel, Reasoned. Being interviewed by Grimes, Starkey said: “Slavery was not genocide, otherwise there wouldn’t be so many damn blacks in Africa or in Britain would there?” Responding to the comments furore, Grimes has just Tweeted: Hand on heart, I wasn’t engaged enough in this interview as I should’ve been. It goes without saying that Reasoned UK does not…

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BOUNCE-BACK BRITAIN? – Guido Fawkes – Politics Article

BOUNCE-BACK BRITAIN? Prime Minister Boris Johnson will this week unveil a package of measures aimed at getting the UK economy moving again. But will his “decade of investment” on schools, hospitals, prisons and transport work? Are massive infrastructure schemes the best way to stimulate growth?  What about sweeping tax reforms?  Or ridding the UK of stifling regulation? All this and more will be discussed when the IEA’s Syed Kamall is joined by Matt Kilcoyne, of the Adam Smith Institute, Duncan…

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Guido Talks #10 | Rebecca Gone Bailey, XR Goes Nuclear, and Tim Mart-win – Politics Article

Guido Talks #10 | Rebecca Gone Bailey, XR Goes Nuclear, and Tim Mart-win Episode 10 of Guido Talks is available now both here as a video and on all good podcast platforms. In this week’s edition, recorded yesterday, the team discusses our top stories from the last seven days. See a list of the stories discussed here… For readers who prefer listening to, rather than looking at the Guido team, Guido Talks is available as a podcast. It’s now on aCast, Spotify,…

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Long-Bailey Sacked from Shadow Cabinet – Politics Article

Long-Bailey Sacked from Shadow Cabinet Sir Keir Starmer has taken action this afternoon, after his Shadow Education Secretary and former leadership rival Rebecca Long Bailey tweeted praise for an article containing an antisemitic conspiracy theory. “This afternoon Keir Starmer asked Rebecca Long-Bailey to step down from the Shadow Cabinet. The article Rebecca shared earlier today contained an antisemitic conspiracy theory. As Leader of the Labour Party, Keir has been clear that restoring trust with the Jewish community is a number…

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Labour Calls for Protection of Police Funding, in Opposition to Black Lives Matter Demands – Politics Article

Labour Calls for Protection of Police Funding, in Opposition to Black Lives Matter Demands Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds has today decisively shifted Labour away from kowtowing to the leadership of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement, instead calling for police numbers to be protected. This will come as news to his sixteen Labour MP colleagues who follow the self-appointed UK Black Lives Matter Twitter account, which has raised over £1 million in donations for its campaign that includes the goal “Developing…

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Guido Talks #9 | Media Partiality, MP Hypocrisy & BoJo’s Paint Job – Politics Article

Guido Talks #9 | Media Partiality, MP Hypocrisy & BoJo’s Paint Job Episode 9 of Guido Talks is available now both here as a video and on all good podcast platforms. In this week’s edition, recorded yesterday, the team discuss our top stories from the last seven days. See a list of the stories discussed here… For readers who prefer listening to, rather than looking at the Guido team, Guido Talks is available as a podcast.. It’s now on aCast, Spotify,…

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Saturday 7-Up – Guido Fawkes – Politics Article

Saturday 7-Up This week 308,030 visitors visited 949,514 times viewing 1,599,049 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were: You’re either in front of Guido, or behind… mdi-tag-outline Saturday Seven Up mdi-timerJune 13 2020 @ 08:30 mdi-share-variantmdi-twittermdi-facebookmdi-whatsappmdi-telegrammdi-linkedinmdi-emailmdi-printer<!– –> http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js This is only a snippet of a Politics Article written by Christian Calgie Read Full Political Article

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REBOOTING BRITAIN – Guido Fawkes – Politics Article

REBOOTING BRITAIN A new report from the IEA and CIVITAS outlines a range of deregulatory and tax-cutting measures that could drive the UK’s post-pandemic economic recovery. Julian Jessop, co-author of REBOOTING BRITAIN – How the UK can recover from coronavirus, says many have argued the crisis has demonstrated the need for permanent increases in government intervention and public spending – but this would be wrong: “The state has had to step in to protect businesses and jobs while the economy…

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Number 10 Wants CCHQ Moved Out of London – Politics Article

Number 10 Wants CCHQ Moved Out of London ConservativeHome are reporting No. 10 is looking to move CCHQ out of its current Westminster base of 4 Matthew Parker Street. The Downing Street plan is to move it to the north or the midlands – only running “a small office in London but maybe up by King’s Cross.” To clarify, we’re talking about CCHQ – not GCHQ as Adam Boulton thought… CCHQ staff have not responded well to the news. Guido…

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Read in Full: Queen’s Megxit Statemet – Politics Article

Read in Full: Queen’s Megxit Statemet The Queen has released a statement following her Harry and Meghan crisis summit this afternoon. Guido brings it to you in full… “Today my family had very constructive discussions on the future of my grandson and his family. My family and I are entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family. Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working Members of the Royal Family,…

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Iran Finally Admits Responsibility – Guido Fawkes – Politics Article

Iran Finally Admits Responsibility President Hassan Rouhani said an investigation found that “missiles fired due to human error”, described the crash as an “unforgivable mistake”. Iran’s Revolutionary Guards apparently mistook it for a hostile aircraft, despite all passenger jets having active transponders, broadcasting their position, that radar tracking would have shown the passenger jet leaving Tehran Airport, not entering Iranian airspace. This mistake takes a lot of incompetence to achieve. In an another statement, Iran’s General Staff of the Armed…

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