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Tory councillor to pay 'substantial' damages to Corbyn over doctored photo at scene of Liverpool terror attack

Sky News Tuesday, 23 November 2021
Tory councillor to pay 'substantial' damages to Corbyn over doctored photo at scene of Liverpool terror attackA Conservative councillor will pay "substantial" damages and legal costs to Jeremy Corbyn for tweeting a doctored photograph of the former Labour leader at the scene of the Liverpool terrorist attack.
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Comedian Ricky Gervais took to Twitter to launch a foul-mouthed attack on the Conservative party over the photos that appeared to show a gathering at 10 Downing Street during the height of lockdown.

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Minister claims Tory Xmas party backlash is 'rumour and hear'say' in excruciating exchange [Video]

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Boris Johnson claims the Conservatives lost the North Shropshire by-election because "over the last few weeks" people have been hearing a "litany of stuff" about politics and the "running of government" that he "will have to fix". He says the public need to hear stuff "about them" and how he can "make life better". Report by Edwardst. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer labels Boris Johnson as "weak" after around 100 Tory MPs revolted against him in a vote on vaccine passports. He says Labour showed the leadership that the Prime Minister "failed to" as their votes got Johnson the majority he needed. Report by Edwardst. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Starmer: PM is worst possible leader in worst possible time [Video]

Starmer: PM is worst possible leader in worst possible time

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Boris Johnson 'not fit for office', says Starmer [Video]

Boris Johnson 'not fit for office', says Starmer

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Labour to support govt Plan B guidance despite PM actions [Video]

Labour to support govt Plan B guidance despite PM actions

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Labour: PM caught red handed over Downing St party video

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