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Online safety bill 'a missed opportunity' to prevent child abuse, MPs warn
The sharing of some of the most insidious images of child abuse will not be prevented by a new government bill that aims to the make the internet a safer place, MPs have said.
UK's biggest cities lose nearly a year of sales to Covid-related downturn
Britain's biggest cities have lost almost a year's worth of sales during the coronavirus pandemic as lockdowns and a lack of office workers and tourists caused a collapse in consumer spending.
No 10 casts Johnson as head of anti-Russian alliance over Ukraine
The unusual Foreign Office revelation on Saturday night that British intelligence had unmasked a plot to install a Russian puppet government in Ukraine was issued alongside a lengthy release from Downing Street in effect claiming Boris Johnson was now at the helm of an anti-Russian alliance.
Calls for Tory Islamophobia inquiry as PM drawn into Nusrat Ghani row
Boris Johnson is facing calls to launch an independent inquiry into Islamophobia in the Tory party after the former minister Nusrat Ghani claimed she was told her "Muslimness" was "making colleagues uncomfortable".
Most of UK's levelling up taskforce based in London, figures reveal
Two-thirds of officials working on the UK government's flagship levelling up policy are based in London, figures show.
The Guardian view on a bad prime minister: how to get rid of Boris Johnson | Editorial
f a British minister knowingly misleads parliament, they are expected to resign as a constitutional convention.
Waiting lists must not be a pretext for privatising the NHS | Stella Creasy
illions of patients are currently on tenterhooks, often in agony, hoping the NHS will find time to treat them.
White applicants to civil service scheme accepted at far higher rate, figures show
White applicants to the government's elite graduate scheme are three times more likely to win a place than their black counterparts, new analysis shows.
Sunak as PM? He'd better not wait till the chickens come home to roost | Larry Eliott
ishi Sunak is the Covid chancellor.
Raab: 'We take Ghani allegations incredibly seriously'
A Muslim MP has said her faith was raised by a government whip as a reason why she was sacked as a minister in 2020.