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PM's skills promise among new laws to be unveiled in Queen's Speech

Sky News Monday, 10 May 2021
PM's skills promise among new laws to be unveiled in Queen's SpeechNew laws to fulfil Boris Johnson's promise of helping to give people the skills they need throughout their lives will form a central part of the government's legislative agenda for the next year.
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Boris Johnson in police funding pledge ahead of Cop26 summit [Video]

Boris Johnson in police funding pledge ahead of Cop26 summit

Boris Johnson has promised “all the money that is needed” will be given to fund the thousands of officers required to police the global Cop26 climate summit taking place in Glasgow later this year.With leaders coming in from across the world for the crucial climate change talks, Mr Johnson said about 10,000 officers a day will be required at the event and he is “totally committed” to funding the operation.The Prime Minister discussed the policing of the summit with senior officers from Police Scotland – including Chief Constable Iain Livingstone – at the start of his two-day visit to Scotland on Wednesday.

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PM denies snubbing Sturgeon's invitation to meet [Video]

PM denies snubbing Sturgeon's invitation to meet

Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists he's always delighted to work with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, and denies "snubbing her" by declining an offer to meet during his two-day visit to Scotland. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Johnson and Sunak challenge institutions to create 'Investment Big Bang'

Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak will on Thursday challenge UK-based investors to invest in more “British success stories” in order to fuel the economy’s..
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Nicola Sturgeon on Boris Johnson's 'odd' decision not to meet her during Scotland visit [Video]

Nicola Sturgeon on Boris Johnson's 'odd' decision not to meet her during Scotland visit

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she does not feel “snubbed” by the Prime Minister’s failure to meet her on his two-day visit to Scotland, but believes it is a “missed opportunity”.She told broadcasters: “I don’t feel snubbed. I think most people will think it’s a bit odd, and a bit strange, that we’ve got a Prime Minister visiting Scotland who talks a lot, rightly, about the need – despite our political differences – for us to work together where we can on getting through Covid and into Covid recovery, but doesn’t take the opportunity when in Scotland to come and talk to me directly about how we might co-operate and work together.“I think people will just find that strange and it’s for Boris Johnson to explain, I suppose, why.“This would be the first opportunity, given Covid, for us to sit down, appropriately socially distanced and have a face-to-face chat. I think it would have been a good opportunity."

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'Missing in action': Starmer attacks PM on climate ahead of COP26 - as row brews over oil field

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has judged that Boris Johnson's flank is exposed on climate change leadership.
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