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Sir Keir Starmer said he always suspected Boris Johnson’s relationship with the truth “would bring him down”- as he revealed how he “set a trap” for the ex-prime minister over the partygate scandal. In an interview with The Guardian, the Labour leader said he “couldn’t care less” about the insults Mr Johnson hurled at him
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Rishi Sunak has said Nigel Farage’s comments about the West provoking Vladimir Putin were “completely wrong” and play into the Russian dictator’s hands. The Reform UK leader is facing a backlash from across the political spectrum for saying that the expansion of NATO and the EU “provoked” Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. Follow the latest updates
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On Tuesday, June 18th, a new word showed up in the vocabulary of the Middle-East war: “inevitable.” Nearly every expert in Israel from the country’s military leaders to its newsletter writers said that an all-out war with Lebanon’s Hezbollah was inevitable. And who is Hezbollah?  Like Hamas in Gaza, Hezbollah is a part of Iran’s “Axis
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The general election may be “the last chance” to fix the UK’s “broken renting system”, housing organisations have warned as they called on party leaders to come up with bolder solutions to the crisis. In an open letter to Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer, groups representing tenants said thousands more people “face homelessness, poverty
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A Labour Party candidate has been suspended following reports he shared “pro-Russian” posts online. Andy Brown has been dropped as Labour’s candidate for Aberdeenshire North and Moray East after sharing posts denying Russia’s involvement in the Salisbury poisonings. He shared a link in 2018 to an article on the state-run RT website (formerly Russia Today)
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Sky News’ deputy political editor Sam Coates and Politico’s Jack Blanchard with their guide to the election day ahead. 👉 Tap here to follow Politics at Jack and Sam’s wherever you get your podcasts 👈 This is day 28 of the campaign. Jack and Sam discuss inflation, the SNP manifesto launch, and how Labour’s transition
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On Wednesday June 12th something frightening happened. The Russian Northern Fleet naval group completed “precision missile weapons” drills East of the Florida Keys, within easy nuclear missile distance of the United States.  Then the four ships of mass destruction sailed to Cuba, only 106 miles from the beaches of Florida, anchored at Havana Harbor and were
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