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November 12, 2021

Revealed: 17 MPs claim £1.3m rent from taxpayer while letting own homes

Five ministers in Boris Johnson’s government are among a group of MPs who have claimed more than £1m from the taxpayer to cover their rent payments, while letting properties that they own in London.

Revealed: 17 MPs claim £1.3m rent from taxpayer while letting own homes

4 mins

PM risks being toppled like Thatcher, warns Rifkind

Boris Johnson is in danger of becoming “a liability” to the Conservatives and of being toppled by his own MPs as Margaret Thatcher was, a party grandee has said.

PM risks being toppled like Thatcher, warns Rifkind

3 mins

Starmer denies Corbyn blocked him from taking second job with law firm

Sir Keir Starmer has denied that Jeremy Corbyn blocked him from taking up a second job, after the spotlight fell on his outside earnings as an MP.

Starmer denies Corbyn blocked him from taking second job with law firm

2 mins

Tory MP denies faking visits to constituency after posting selfie for third time

A Tory MP has denied faking visits to a town in his constituency after posting an identical photograph to his Facebook page on three separate occasions.

Tory MP denies faking visits to constituency after posting selfie for third time

2 mins

Johnson's Dream Of A Cop26 Climate Deal Is Slipping Away

Hopes of keeping alive the chance of limiting global warming to 1.5C were last night slipping through Boris Johnson’s fingers, as the Cop26 climate summit enters its final day without agreement on key issues and with negotiations believed to be going backwards on a crucial fossil fuel pledge.

Johnson's Dream Of A Cop26 Climate Deal Is Slipping Away

4 mins

UK snubs Cop26 pact to end oil and gas projects

Cop26 host the UK has declined to join an international alliance aiming to end new oil and gas projects, leaving a small group of other countries led by Costa Rica and Denmark to forge a path away from fossil fuels.

UK snubs Cop26 pact to end oil and gas projects

4 mins

Khan Urges World Leaders At Summit To ‘Redouble Efforts'

Countries must “redouble their efforts” in the final hours of the Cop26 climate summit to attempt to keep hopes alive of limiting global heating to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels, Sadiq Khan has said.

Khan Urges World Leaders At Summit To ‘Redouble Efforts'

2 mins

Don't Be Fooled – Net Zero Isn't Same As Zero Emissions

There’s been a lot of self-congratulation at Cop26 as more countries commit to net zero emissions.

Don't Be Fooled – Net Zero Isn't Same As Zero Emissions

3 mins

Deep trouble: Tuvalu wants to stay a nation even if the rising sea levels drown land

Pacific island nation Tuvalu is exploring ways to keep its recognition as a state even if it loses all its land to rising sea levels.

Deep trouble: Tuvalu wants to stay a nation even if the rising sea levels drown land

2 mins

MP accused of getting drunk on Armistice Day flight blames medication

An MP who allegedly needed a wheelchair after becoming drunk on a flight to an Armistice Day event has blamed an unusual reaction to her medication for being unwell.

MP accused of getting drunk on Armistice Day flight blames medication

2 mins

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