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PM appears unable to name Conservative West of England mayor

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PM appears unable to name Conservative West of England mayor

PM appears unable to name Conservative West of England mayor

Boris Johnson appeared unable to name the current West of England mayor, despite the regional leader being a Conservative.The Prime Minister was asked during a campaign visit to Gloucestershire if he was able to name Tim Bowles, the incumbent mayor who was elected to the post in 2017.


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Boris Johnson visits Hartlepool after Tories take seat [Video]

Boris Johnson visits Hartlepool after Tories take seat

Boris Johnson has visited Hartlepool after the Conservatives won the constituency from Labour in Thursday's by-election. The prime minister said the Tories' victory in the town is a mandate for the party to carry on delivering its policies to "build back better" after the pandemic. Visiting the constituency with the winning candidate Jill Mortimer, the Prime Minister told reporters: "If there is a lesson out of this whole election campaign across the whole of the UK is that the public want us to 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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PM compares blimp of himself to Ted Hastings [Video]

PM compares blimp of himself to Ted Hastings

During a visit to Hartlepool, Prime Minister Boris Johnson compared a giant inflatable blimp of himself to Superintendent Ted Hastings from Line of Duty. The prime minister was in the town following the Conservatives by-election victory. 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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PM describes early election results as "very encouraging" [Video]

PM describes early election results as "very encouraging"

Boris Johnson has described the early election results as "very encouraging". Speaking to reporters in Coventry, the prime minister said the government's success is because they have been focusing on "our priorities, the people's priorities, and bouncing back from the pandemic as much as we can." 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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Boris Johnson hails 'encouraging' election results [Video]

Boris Johnson hails 'encouraging' election results

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described the early election results as “very encouraging”, adding this is because the Government has been focusing on “our priorities, the people’s priorities, and bouncing back from the pandemic as much as we can.”The Prime Minister spoke during a visit to Severn Trent Academy in Coventry.

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'Ignore babble': Cummings takes aim at both Johnson and Starmer in post-election tirade

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Queen reveals fascination with space exploits as she marks science week [Video]

Queen reveals fascination with space exploits as she marks science week

The Queen has highlighted probably the most essential fact when planning a trip into outer space – the importance of returning home.Experts and schoolchildren joined the Queen in a virtual event to mark British Science Week, showcasing the latest pictures from Nasa’s mission to Mars and classroom rockets made by the pupils.An image of the Winchcombe meteorite that recently fell to earth in the Gloucestershire town of the same name was shown to the Queen, who said: “I’m glad it didn’t hit anyone.”

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