Politics

Jamie Oliver has accused the Prime Minister of using cost of living crisis as an “excuse” for not tackling obesity The celebrity chef presented an Eton Mess dessert opposite Downing Street on Friday morning in protest over the government’s U-turn on halting ‘buy one get one free’ (BOGOF) offers on junk food. A long-time healthy
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The Ukrainian Ambassador to the UK has told Sky News he is concerned about refugees being left homeless after breakdowns in relationships with host families under the Homes for Ukraine scheme. Refugees minister Lord Harrington told an event in London on Thursday there have been “very few cases” in which sponsors found they were unable
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Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries has admitted she shares her Netflix password with four other households in the UK – against the streaming giant’s terms and conditions. Appearing in front of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee on Thursday, Ms Dorries said four other people including her mother have access to her account. Netflix terms
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The leader of Sinn Fein has admitted to Sky News that the Northern Ireland Protocol as it stands is causing problems for businesses. Speaking on Sky News’ Beth Rigby interviews programme, the party’s president Mary Lou McDonald said “the fact that Brexit has thrown up this blizzard of paper, in some instances, is problematic”. Ms
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The official at the heart of the partygate scandal is being lined up as a candidate to become ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Sky News understands. Martin Reynolds is increasingly likely to take up the Riyadh position after leaving his role as one of Number 10’s most senior officials in February. The Foreign Office recruitment process
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A group of MPs and peers has written to the foreign secretary urging her to take action to help a British citizen being held in “inhumane” conditions as a political prisoner in Egypt. Alaa Abd El-Fattah, a dual British-Egyptian citizen, became a prominent pro-democracy activist during the Tahrir Square demonstrations in Cairo in 2011 which
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