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‘Is the government picking a fight with Nicola Sturgeon?’

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‘Is the government picking a fight with Nicola Sturgeon?’

‘Is the government picking a fight with Nicola Sturgeon?’

Government ministers arrive at 10 Downing Street for their weekly Cabinet meeting.

Yesterday Prime Minister Rishi Sunak blocked the Scottish Government’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill and the UK’s largest education union announced that teachers in England and Wales will go on strike in February and March.

Report by Jonesia.

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