On Sunday Andrew Adonis, chair of Euro Move, posted a photograph of the Eiffel Tower lit up with the colours of the European Union flag. Mr Adonis wrote beside the tweet: “Europe.” This caused former Conservative MP Edwina Currie to reply to
Boris Johnson triggered Plan B in light of concerns about the recently-emerged Omicron variant of the coronavirus. Under new rules, employers across England have been urged to reintroduce working from home whenever possible and face-coverings were brought back for all indoor settings.
Former Conservative MP Edwina Currie appeared on Thursday’s instalment of Good Morning Britain to discuss the crisis engulfing the Government over the alleged No 10 Christmas party. During the heated debate Currie snapped at Susanna Reid, telling the presenter to let her
Edwina Currie slammed Ken Livingstone for being a “hypocrite” since the former mayor of London did not declare the money he earned from second jobs. MPs have come under scrutiny for holding second jobs after Tory parliamentarian Owen Paterson was found to
Alastair Campbell called Boris Johnson a “liar” in a heated row with Edwina Currie over the impact Brexit has had on recruiting HGV drivers. The former health minister immediately shut down the attack on the Prime Minister as she reminded Mr Campbell
Alastair Campbell and Edwina Currie went at each other’s throats during a tense debate on LBC about the cost of living increasing. Mr Campbell was furious Prime Minister Boris Johnson had gone on holiday as the UK struggles with supply chain disruptions and
Today, the government has decided to end the uplift to universal credit implemented at the beginning of the start of the pandemic, leaving some families missing out on as much as £20 a week. Good Morning Britain’s Alastair Campbell and Susanna Reid