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Given his cavalier approach to life, it is perhaps fitting that this prime minister of no fixed ideology is threatened not by some furious row over policy but by revelations over a series of parties.
the UK's Third Climate Change Risk Assessment, released by Defra, identified 61 'climate risks cutting across multiple sectors of our society'. Of them, 34 were graded 'more action needed'.
Johnson went to the party but didn’t know it was a party, and it was in his own garden. These are lies carefully chosen, words meticulously deployed to weave through the legal obstacles before him
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United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who at one point was an ally of former President Donald Trump, has for weeks been engulfed by scandals related to him potentially breaking his own government's lockdown rules by throwing parties during the pandemic.
The Prime Minister and his wife were photographed walking out of Oswald's in Mayfair last Thursday at about 9.30pm with a security detail of six people before getting into a waiting Range Rover.