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Johnson faces grilling on Priti Patel, Brexit and PPE contracts at PMQs

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Johnson faces grilling on Priti Patel, Brexit and PPE contracts at PMQs

Johnson faces grilling on Priti Patel, Brexit and PPE contracts at PMQs

A round-up of Prime Minister's Questions as Sir Keir Starmer accuses theGovernment of a conflict of interest over Covid-19 business deals, and BorisJohnson confirms the Brexit transition period will not be extended.


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Priti Patel Priti Patel British politician, UK Home Secretary

Home Sec responsible for criminals walking free, Labour says [Video]

Home Sec responsible for criminals walking free, Labour says

Nick Thomas-Symonds says Home Secretary Priti Patel will be "responsible for criminals walking free", after thousands of records were accidentally deleted from the police national computer due to a coding error. The shadow home secretary also accused Ms Patel of "hiding", and called on her to make a statement regarding the blunder. 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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Labour demand answers after arrest records wiped [Video]

Labour demand answers after arrest records wiped

Labour is demanding answers from Home Secretary Priti Patel after 150,000 arrest records were accidentally wiped from police databases last week. The Home Office said in a statement it was working with police to "assess the impact" of the glitch, which reportedly occurred by accident during a weekly "weeding" session to expunge data. Labour's Shadow Home Secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds has called on Ms Patel to take responsibility for the blunder and provide clarity over its impact. Report by Thomasl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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150,000 arrest records accidentally wiped from police database

Home Secretary Priti Patel must "take responsibility" for the wiping of 150,000 arrest records from police databases, the Labour Party says.
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Sir Keir Starmer: UK border checks a complete mess again [Video]

Sir Keir Starmer: UK border checks a complete mess again

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer visits Stevenage vaccine hub. He critiqued UKCovid-19 border checks, saying: “It’s a complete mess again. Priti Patel hastalked tough about the borders but other countries have been doing testing formonths and months... I think people will be bewildered and they will feel thatwe’re exposed - there’s a gap in our defences. We can’t go on like this withdelayed decisions not being made in a competent way.”

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Number 10 contradicts Priti Patel after she says people in England must exercise alone

Downing Street has contradicted Home Secretary Priti Patel after she claimed people in England should only exercise alone during the current national lockdown.
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Keir Starmer Keir Starmer Leader of the British Labour Party

Starmer speaks of hope for relations with the US under Joe Biden [Video]

Starmer speaks of hope for relations with the US under Joe Biden

Sir Keir Starmer has set out his "optimistic" vision for a wide-ranging newrelationship with the United States under Joe Biden in a keynote address tothe Fabian Society. As the president-elect prepares for his inauguration onWednesday, the Labour leader declared himself to be "anti-Trump but pro-American".

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Sir Keir Starmer pleased travel corridors will close [Video]

Sir Keir Starmer pleased travel corridors will close

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has welcomed the decision to suspend travelcorridors but criticised the Government for being slow to act.

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Labour building ‘close working relationship’ with Biden [Video]

Labour building ‘close working relationship’ with Biden

Sir Keir Starmer has said his team is already building "a close working relationship" with US president-elect Joe Biden's team. During a visit to a mass vaccination centre in Stevenage, the Labour leader said the Democrat's presence in the White House will "make a huge difference" in America as well as in the UK. Report by Blairm. 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 calls for round-the-clock vaccinations [Video]

Starmer calls for round-the-clock vaccinations

Sir Keir Starmer has urged ministers to go further and use England's 11,500 pharmacies to deliver round-the-clock vaccinations by the end of next month. The Labour leader spoke while visiting a mass vaccination centre in Stevenage this morning. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Brexit Brexit The United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union

British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs [Video]

British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs

British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs

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'Outrage': Row after pro-Brexit group moves its website back into EU [Video]

'Outrage': Row after pro-Brexit group moves its website back into EU

Neale Richmond, European Affairs spokesperson for a coalition party, Fine Gael, described the move as an "outrage".

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Future trade deals won't be negotiated as fast as Brexit, says German MEP [Video]

Future trade deals won't be negotiated as fast as Brexit, says German MEP

London and Brussels agreed on a post-Brexit trade deal just before Christmas, giving their respective parliaments little time to scrutinise the agreement.

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'India ready to save humanity with 2 vaccines': PM Modi on Covid, self-reliance [Video]

'India ready to save humanity with 2 vaccines': PM Modi on Covid, self-reliance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India is ready to protect humanity with two 'Made in India' Covid-19 vaccines. He added that India was continuing to play its role as the 'world's pharmacy'. The prime minister was addressing the virtual inaugural session of Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Convention. "In the era of coronavirus, India once again proved its capabilities. Earlier, India used to import PPE kits, masks, ventilators, testing kits, etc. Today, India has not only become self-reliant but also exports many of these goods," he said. "India is among the countries with lowest mortality, highest recovery rate in the world. India is ready to protect humanity with not one but two 'Made in India' corona vaccines," he added. The last or 15th convention was held from January 21-23, 2019 in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi.

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India ready to save humanity with 2 'Made in India' COVID-19 vaccines: PM Modi [Video]

India ready to save humanity with 2 'Made in India' COVID-19 vaccines: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 09 attended the 16th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas convention via video conferencing in Delhi. At the event, PM said, "India used to import PPE kits, masks, ventilators and testing kits from outside but today our nation is self-reliant. Today India is ready to save humanity with two 'Made in India' COVID-19 vaccines."

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Ready to save humanity with 2 'Made in India' Covid vaccines: PM Modi

"India used to import PPE kits, masks, ventilators and testing kits from outside but today our nation is self-reliant. Now, India is ready to save humanity with..
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Watch: In PPE, Covid positive patients celebrate new year with ITBP personnel [Video]

Watch: In PPE, Covid positive patients celebrate new year with ITBP personnel

ITBP personnel were seen celebrating new year with Covid patients. The personnel gathered at Delhi's Sardar Patel Covid care centre. Two Covid-19 patients were seen cutting cake wearing PPE kits. ITBP is running the Covid care centre in Delhi. This Covid centre is the world’s largest with 10,000 bed capacity. Earlier, BSF soldiers were seen celebrating the new year in Jammu and Kashmir. The soldiers in Poonch district were seen celebrating together. BSF soldiers cut the cake and danced together to welcome the new year.

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Prime Minister's Questions Prime Minister's Questions

Prime Minister and Sir Keir Starmer clash in first PMQs of 2021 [Video]

Prime Minister and Sir Keir Starmer clash in first PMQs of 2021

Sir Keir Starmer questioned why Boris Johnson was “so slow to act” wheninfection rates began to surge in December. The Labour leader said: “The lastPMQs was on December 16. The Prime Minister told us then that we were seeing,in his words, a significant reduction in the virus. He told us then that therewas no need for endless lockdowns and no need to change the rules aboutChristmas mixing.

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Boris Johnson departs Downing Street for PMQs [Video]

Boris Johnson departs Downing Street for PMQs

Prime Minister Boris Johnson departs Downing Street for PMQs ahead of his appearance before the cross-party Liaison Committee. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Prime Minister departs for PMQs [Video]

Prime Minister departs for PMQs

Boris Johnson has departed Number 10 ahead of Prime Minister's Questions. Labour opposition leader Sir Keir Startmer will not be in the Commons today, but will take part virtually, after a member of his office staff contracted coronavirus. Report by Thomasl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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PMQs round-up as Boris Johnson faces questions on vaccine rollout [Video]

PMQs round-up as Boris Johnson faces questions on vaccine rollout

Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the Commons the progress on a vaccine is“very good news” but “it is not the end of our national struggle” againstCovid-19.

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PM and Starmer welcome vaccine approval at PMQs [Video]

PM and Starmer welcome vaccine approval at PMQs

The prime minister and the leader of the opposition have welcomed the news that a Covid-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer/BioNTech has been approved for use in the UK. Boris Johnson told the Commons that the protection of vaccines will allow Britons to "reclaim our lives" and get the economy moving. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Boris Johnson Boris Johnson Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 2019

UK invites PM Modi to attend G7 summit in June, says this about Boris Johnson's India visit

UK has also invited leaders from Australia and South Korea to attend as guest countries to deepen the expertise and experience around the table.
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Tiny Cornwall seaside resort to host G7 summit of world leaders

Boris Johnson will host this year's G7 summit in the tiny seaside resort of Carbis Bay in Cornwall, where he will urge world leaders to unite in "building back..
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School closures could wipe out a decade of progress for less privileged pupils

Closing schools has been one of the most painful consequences of the pandemic - the action Boris Johnson described as his "last resort".
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All you need to know from the Government's coronavirus briefing [Video]

All you need to know from the Government's coronavirus briefing

The Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that he is removing all travelcorridors during the Government's coronavirus briefing.

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Travel corridors scrapped over new coronavirus strains [Video]

Travel corridors scrapped over new coronavirus strains

Boris Johnson has scrapped the UK’s travel corridors, meaning arrivals fromevery country must self-isolate for at least five days.

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