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Theresa May announces Office for Tackling injustice 12 days before she quits

Theresa May announces Office for Tackling injustice 12 days before she quits

THERESA MAY stared down opposition from Ministers to announce a new ‘Injustices’ quango – 12 days before she quits. In another ‘legacy’ announcement the PM unveiled plans for a new independent Office for Tackling Injustices to hold Government to account for tackling disparities in society. AFP or licensors The PM stared down opposition from ministers

New PM Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt must make supporting our veterans a priority from Day One

New PM Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt must make supporting our veterans a priority from Day One

THE arrival of a new Prime Minister  heralds a new dawn for our veterans. Boris has now joined Jeremy Hunt in signing our Veterans Pledge , committing to a series of moves that will ensure those  who served our country are given the treatment they so clearly deserve. Louis Wood - The Sun Boris has now joined Jeremy Hunt in signing our Veterans Pledge[/caption]

Theresa May will choose next US ambassador before she leaves office, insists Jeremy Hunt

Theresa May will choose next US ambassador before she leaves office, insists Jeremy Hunt

JEREMY Hunt insisted that Theresa May will choose Britain’s next US ambassador before leaving No.10. In a swipe at Boris Johnson, the favourite to replace her, he said the key decision won’t be made by anyone “shouting from the sidelines”. Getty - Contributor Jeremy Hunt insisted that Theresa May will choose Britain’s next US ambassador before leaving

Amber Rudd embraces no-deal Brexit as ministers pitch to Johnson

Amber Rudd embraces no-deal Brexit as ministers pitch to Johnson

Boris Johnson has begun receiving very public job applications from would-be cabinet ministers, with Liz Truss pitching to be a tax-slashing chancellor and Amber Rudd ditching her opposition to a no-deal Brexit in a bid to stay on as work and pensions secretary. With Johnson on the brink of No 10, senior Tories have begun laying out their credentials

Boris Johnson vows to stand up to Donald Trump and insists ousted Brit ambassador Sir Kim Darroch has his ‘full support’

Boris Johnson vows to stand up to Donald Trump and insists ousted Brit ambassador Sir Kim Darroch has his ‘full support’

BORIS Johnson has vowed to stand up to Donald Trump as he insisted ousted Brit ambassador Sir Kim Darroch has his full support. The Prime Minister hopeful told supporters today he would stand up for all of Britain’s diplomats if he gets the keys to Downing Street. Boris Johnson has said he supports Sir Kim Darroch EPA The former London Mayor’s comments

Johnson vows to stand up for UK diplomats after Washington envoy's resignation

Johnson vows to stand up for UK diplomats after Washington envoy's resignation

LONDON (Reuters) - Boris Johnson vowed to stand up for Britain’s diplomats around the world and take a robust approach toward U.S. President Donald Trump if he succeeds in becoming the next prime minister. Johnson, the runaway favorite to be named as Theresa May’s successor on July 23, has been criticized for failing to support Britain’s ambassador

Tory MPs condemn Boris Johnson over Kim Darroch resignation

Tory MPs condemn Boris Johnson over Kim Darroch resignation

Boris Johnson has been heavily criticised by fellow Tory MPs over his role in Sir Kim Darroch’s decision to resign as the UK ambassador to the US, with one backbencher saying the frontrunner in the Conservative leadership contest should come to the Commons to apologise. An urgent question in the Commons about Darroch’s departure , which followed the

Tory Remainer Dominic Grieve could quit party if Boris Johnson becomes PM

Tory Remainer Dominic Grieve could quit party if Boris Johnson becomes PM

HARDCORE Remainer Dominic Grieve today admitted he may quit the Tory part if Boris Johnson becomes PM. The former minister suggested it could be impossible for him to stay and support a Brexiteer leader. Dominic Grieve says he could leave the Tories PA:Press Association If he did switch sides in the event of a BoJo victory , the new PM would see his