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Boris Johnson yesterday Faced with a call to resign From Scottish Conservative leaders and several British Tories after the Prime Minister attended the number 10 “Bring Your Own Sake” event during the blockade.
Johnson tried to save time with a partial apology, saying he thought the May 2020 night gathering was a “work event,” but he couldn’t stop the flow of anger. Parliamentarian from his own party..
Labor leader Sir Kiel Starmer said the public thought Johnson was “lying through his teeth.” More than half of the Scottish Parliament Tories supported Johnson’s call for resignation by leader Doug Ross.
Many Tory lawmakers said Whitehall official Sue Gray would hold the decision until a report was published to Party Culture No. 10 during the Covid-19 time limit. The report is unlikely to be published until next week.
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1. Congress needs to decide on a state-backed digital currency: peers With the British Parliament Not the Bank of England The House of Lords Commission has stated that it is necessary to decide whether to introduce state-sponsored digital currencies due to the potential for “widespread consequences.”
2. Epstein’s whistleblower was allowed to file a proceeding against Prince Andrew A civil lawsuit accusing the Duke of York of sexually abusing one of Jeffrey Epstein’s whistleblowers Allow to continue, A New York judge ruled and threatened to have further legal implications for the British royal family.
3. US inflation soars to 7% for the first time since 1982 The rate of increase in consumer prices is Fastest pace in almost 40 years In December, it aroused Federal Reserve concerns about the threat of rising inflation and its impact on economic recovery.
4. Novak Djokovic admits a Covid violation Serbian tennis player admitted that he participated in the photo shoot After a positive test In the case of Covid-19, he said the inconsistency in Australia’s immigration documents was the result of a “human error” that Canberra believed would deport him.
5. Push the short seller into Beyond Meat The short position of stocks of plant-based meat producers 40% increase Since late October, investors have been worried about sluggish sales and have become more skeptical of the meatless boom, making it one of the most scarce companies in the US market.
British company Reported twice their normal Absence of staff As the Omicron variant spreads.In We, The company is temporarily Closing or adjusting working hours As infectious diseases reach record highs.
Cathay Pacific Have Hit back After Hong Kong CEO Carrie Lam blamed the airline for the first Omicron outbreak in the region.
A Chinese Court sentenced three harbor workers to maximum sentence 57 months in prison Violation of Covid containment rules.
New artificial intelligence base Early warning system Can be predicted Highest risk coronavirus mutant Studies show that from their genetic code.
opinion: Home care companies need to avoid alienating customers with shortages, high prices, and unfulfilled promises. Brook Masters writes..
The day before
UK trade negotiations Foreign Minister Liz Truss discuss In collaboration with EU Brexit Commissioner Maros Sefcovic, he promised a “constructive proposal” to break the deadlock in the Northern Ireland trade agreement.Anne-Marie Trevelian, Minister of International Trade meet India’s Minister of Commerce, Piyush Goyal, will begin formal negotiations on a post-Brexit free trade agreement.
Retail revenue It’s a big day for Revenue.. Tesco is expected to have had the best Christmas at a supermarket in the UK. Investors are looking for confirmation of rebounds from Marks & Spencer. Asos is looking for a new CEO.Also, Persimmon, Halfords, Dunelm, and Delta Air Lines..
Conflict between Russia and Ukraine Negotiations between Moscow and the Western countries Move to Vienna On Thursday for discussions with 57 members of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, including Russia, Ukraine and the United States.
Twitter returns to Nigeria The country is Lift the 7-month ban After the social media company has agreed to open a local office, among other conditions.
US Producer Price Index US data will be released the next day Consumer prices soar..Italy has industrial production Numbers out.
What else are you reading
Rocco B. Comisso’s football predicament US cable billionaires have purchased Italy’s renowned club ACF Fiorentina for € 170 million. Emotional cost? He is still counting.. “All the bullshit bureaucracy, it’s crazy about me,” he told FT Murad Ahmed.
Regain the power of shareholders In the UK, almost everyone (at least at work) owns a stake in a listed company. I’m writing the Merilyn Somerset Web.. In any case, we are technically the owners of some parts of the corporate world. So why can’t we have more control over their behavior?
How to hire a better police Choosing a candidate with an authoritarian tendency can have great consequences when police violence has triggered a fierce political battle. Gillian Tett insists It means that we need to shift the discussion from issues such as gun control to personality.
Austrian nationality restored to Nazi victims’ families For Jewish descendants fleeing the Holocaust, the revision of the Austrian nationality law, which qualifies them to apply for citizenship, reflects a change in attitude. Sarah Ebner writes, Newsletter FT head.
Mayonnaise rebuke haunts Unilever This week, Top 10 shareholders, Terry Smith, unilever’s brand of eco-friendly Hermann products.RidiculousWith the sign of Shareholder dissatisfaction Pursue principles rather than profits. Slow sales growth can increase investor anger.
What do you think of Boris Johnson’s decision to participate in the blockade this week?Bring your own liquorEvent in May 2020. Here’s what you said to us:
“”[Boris Johnson] He believes he is not governed by the laws imposed on the rest of the country. How can anyone believe what he said? — — Thomas Weiner, Oxfordshire
“People were forbidden to get together as a group … And whether or not the party happened was irrelevant to all of this. The big story is that so many people are in the office for the government to function. That’s why I needed to be in the office and why working from home wasn’t an option. ” Kevin Ryan, Leicestershire
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