Prime Minister Theresa May with England cricket captain Eoin Morgan and members of the team with the trophy outside Downing Street, ahead of a reception to celebrate England's victory in the ICC World Cup.
Boris Johnson has survived a Tory revolt over aid cuts which saw his predecessor Theresa May warn that some of the world’s poorest will die as a result of the slashed spending.MPs voted by a majority of 35 to back the reduced level of aid funding and a new test which critics have warned could mean spending never returns to its target of 0.7% of gross national income.The Prime Minister opened the crunch Commons debate on the decision to cut funding for official development assistance (ODA) from that 0.7% target to 0.5%.
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The key facts behind the day's headlines on July 10, as Brexit minister Lord Frost blames negotiators under Theresa May as being responsible to a “very large degree” for issues with the Northern Ireland Protocol.
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Former prime minister Theresa May has urged the government to reconsider cutting its foreign aid, and stick to the promise made in the 2019 manifesto to "proudly maintain [the government's] commitment to spend 0.7% of GNI on development".
She added the impact on the poorest around the world, and the UK's reputation, were other reasons she opposed the cut. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Eoin Morgan believes Tymal Mills could make a compelling case for selection at the Twenty20 World Cup as the England captain revealed there are only “half a dozen guys nailed down” for a squad place so far.Mills, a T20 specialist in recent years owing to a congenital back condition, is on the comeback trail this summer following a number of injury issues that have dogged his career since his last England appearance in February 2017.The appeal is clear as Mills is capable of regularly exceeding 90mph as well as being able to mix it up with subtle changes of pace, so Morgan admitted he will be keeping close tabs on the Sussex left-armer in the next few months.
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People who lost loved ones in attacks have met at Downing Street in London to express their outrage at proposals to ban prosecutions for Troubles murders. The gathering came as Stormont MLAs rejected the controversial Government plan.
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Mandatory credit: BBC Breakfast. Max 60 seconds. No pre-roll adsBoris Johnson wanted to visit the Queen in person early in the pandemic despite Downing Street staff already falling ill with Covid-19, Dominic Cummings has claimed.The former chief aide in No 10 alleged that he had to convince the Prime Minister out of visiting her by warning about the potentially grave consequences.Downing Street denied the incident described by Mr Cummings in an interview with the BBC took place and Buckingham Palace declined to comment.
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Boris Johnson has been contacted by NHS Test and Trace as a contact of someone who has tested positive for Covid-19, but will not be self-isolating, Downing Street has said.Instead, the Prime Minister will be taking part in a daily contact testing pilot which allows him to continue to work from Downing Street.The announcement follows the disclosure on Saturday that Health Secretary Sajid Javid had been confirmed as testing positive for the virus.
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