Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer began Prime Minister’s Questions by asking whether Boris Johnson felt the current lobbying laws were fit for purpose. This comes after the Government confirmed it would be holding an independent investigation against David Cameron regarding his lobbying
The Prime Minister is facing pressure on two fronts this week, with anger rising over a lobbying scandal that centres around the actions of his predecessor, David Cameron. Mr Johnson is also facing demands for answers over a “concerning” cluster of the
Threats from the EU to block coronavirus vaccines will likely top the agenda. There is also concern a third wave of infections on the continent could soon make their way to Britain. The Prime Minister has already warned the surge in the
This week multiple EU countries have suspended the use of the AstraZeneca jab against medical guidance after a small number of people developed blood clots. The drugs manufacturer, the European Medicines Agency, and the World Health Organisation have all insisted the vaccine
Sir Keir Starmer quizzed Boris Johnson regarding why the UK Government had not implemented its pledge of a 2.1 percent pay rise for NHS workers. However, the Conservative Party leader labelled Sir Keir’s question an “absurdity” and stated that the Labour MP
There has been widespread outrage at the small pay offer to nurses who have been working on Covid wards for the past year. Sir Keir Starmer has descirbed it as an “insult” to Britain’s “NHS heroes”. In the Commons, Mr Johnson is
The Prime Minister is set to face questioning over the infectious strain of coronavirus which is understood to have mutated in Manaus in Brazil. There are fears about how the vaccines being quickly distributed across the UK would be able to defend
BORIS JOHNSON and Sir Kier Starmer are once again clashing in the Commons as they clash at the dispatch box in PMQs.