U.S. streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon, and Disney+, are poised to face increased scrutiny from UK media regulator Ofcom under plans being drawn up by Boris Johnson’s government. The Daily Telegraph and The Times Of London were briefed on the proposals, which could see the streamers become part of the same regulatory regime as their [
The prime minister’s plan to introduce his vision of a nimble, trade-savvy U.K. was upended by a spat over Northern Ireland.
Social media users have hit out at the multiple appearances of the Prime Minister's son Wilfred who has been used in several photo-ops at the G7 summit in Cornwall this weekend.
Editorial: Helping children, with an emphasis on girls, get the education they deserve is important – but the plans would carry more conviction if the UK’s international aid budget wasn’t being cut at the same time
Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak and Matt Hancock will meet on Tuesday for crunch talks to agree the shape of long-promised reforms in England. The proposals could be published this summer.
So far, the prime minister seems to be in his element at the gathering of the world’s richest countries – the event plays to his strengths, writes Andrew Grice
The two leaders differ over Brexit, Donald Trump and more, but both stressed common bonds ahead of their first meeting.
“I’ve talked to some of our friends here today, who do seem to misunderstand that the U.K. is a single country, a single territory," Johnson told Sky News. "I just need to get that into their heads.”
Richest nations accused of failing ‘moment of truth’ by not discussing a financing package, as Africa is starved of doses
Former MP, who previously spoke of subtle antisemitism in PM's party, describes Conservatives as 'reactionary, populist, nationalistic and sometimes even xenophobic'
The Prime Minister reiterated that the UK wants justice done for the 19-year-old, who was killed when a car crashed into his motorbike outside a US military base in Northamptonshire in 2019.
UK to spend £430m to ‘get more girls into the classroom’ - but is already swiping £390m from global education work