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November 26, 2021

‘Johnson wasn't shocked at what happened, no one was'

Dover residents say the Channel tragedy was a matter of time

‘Johnson wasn't shocked at what happened, no one was'

4 mins

We don't need raw politics after the Channel tragedy – we need more cooperation

The tragic loss of 27 lives in the Channel is a painful reminder of the failure of politicians on both sides of it. Although Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron have slightly softened their usual rhetoric, there is little sign of them finding the common solutions their countries need to prevent a repeat of the disaster.

We don't need raw politics after the Channel tragedy – we need more cooperation

3 mins

Authorities grappling with ‘cellular structure' of people smugglers across Europe

Authorities are grappling with a “cellular structure” of people smugglers across Europe as they try to tackle small boat crossings in the English Channel, the National Crime Agency (NCA) has said. The authority, which leads the UK’s investigations of gangs facilitating the crossings, said a high percentage were organised by “criminal networks of varying sophistication”.

Authorities grappling with ‘cellular structure' of people smugglers across Europe

3 mins

Tory backbenchers in talks with PM over his leadership

A delegation of Conservative backbenchers have held talks with Boris Johnson amid swirling speculation about MPs’ dissatisfaction over his performance as prime minister. In an unusual move, the executive of the 1922 Committee met the PM en masse in 10 Downing Street.

Tory backbenchers in talks with PM over his leadership

1 min

Oil and gas firms benefit to tune of £13bn in subsidies from UK, say campaigners

Campaigners taking the government to court over plans to expand fossil fuel production in the UK have claimed that oil and gas firms have benefitted to the tune of £13.6bn from the UK government since the Paris Agreement was drawn up in 2015.

Oil and gas firms benefit to tune of £13bn in subsidies from UK, say campaigners

3 mins

Blair tells Starmer to ‘reject wokeism' to win elections

Tony Blair has urged Keir Starmer to “reject wokeism” if he wants to win the next general election. In a commentary published yesterday the former prime minister said Labour should adopt “commonsensical position on the ‘culture issues’”.

Blair tells Starmer to ‘reject wokeism' to win elections

1 min

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The Independent has been at the frontline of journalism since 1986, with its mission to challenge and debate always ahead of its time. The Independent is free-thinking and free of bias in an increasingly fragmented world where communities locally, regionally and across continents are disenfranchised with traditional establishments. They want real facts and frank opinions delivered first-hand from a news source that is ready to stand for something, not everything.

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