An investigation into claims about Dominic Raab's conduct has been expanded to include a third formal complaint, Downing Street said.
An investigation into claims about Dominic Raab's conduct has been expanded to include a third formal complaint, Downing Street said.
BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty wowed viewers today in a tight-fitting leopard print dress. This week the broadcaster, 47, revealed it only takes her 16 minutes to get ready in the morning, but viewers would be forgiven for thinking it takes far longer.
Shirley Ballas, 62, opened up about her close relationship with her son Mark Ballas, 36, in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk.The Strictly Come Dancing judge has found it hard to spend time with her son over the past couple of years as he lives out in the US.Speaking at the Pride of Britain Awards last month, Shirley became emotional as she discussed her son Mark. Asked what she was “most proud of” from the past year, the BBC judge answered with a touching tribute to her son. “My proudest achievement this year was that I got to fly to the United States and hold my son in my arms after three years of not seeing him. “That is the proudest moment that I have had this year,” the star admitted with emotion. Shirley’s son Mark, whom she shares with second ex-husband Corky Ballas, is an American dancer, choreographer, singer-songwriter, musician and actor.Following in his mother’s footsteps, Mark is a professional ballroom dancer on Dancing with the Stars, which is the American equivalent of Strictly Come Dancing.Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Shirley had been restricted from seeing her son Mark for a long time. Strictly’s head judge seemed on the verge of tears last December when Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab announced the government "couldn't make hard, fast guarantees" that there would not be a Christmas lockdown.Shirley shared a picture of herself hugging her son, as well as a long video where she unpacked how she was feeling at the prospect of a Christmas without him, admitting: “Yeah, so a little bit of an emotional day today, you know. “So we’re not sure - is there a lockdown? Isn’t there a lockdown? Will we get to see loved ones? Won’t we get to see loved ones?“Of course you all know I haven't seen my
Angela Rayner hit out at Dominic Raab urging him to apologise after formal complaints were made against him into bullying allegations.
With Liz Truss resigning as Prime Minister, many will want to know who is touted to pick up the premiership next.
letting down victims over rape, burglary and theft. In a resignation letter to the new Justice Secretary, Brandon Lewis, she accused the Government of sidelining her and downgrading victims’ interests.
New Prime Minister Liz Truss has announced her new Cabinet this evening (September 6) after she was appointed as Prime Minister by the Queen at Balmoral earlier on Tuesday. It follows on from her first speech to the nation, in which she said that her government would "transform Britain into an aspiration nation" and that "together we can ride out the storm".
They are some of the most shocking and emotive cases, with innocent people's lives being cut short out of the blue. Often, the families of those caught up in such tragedies feel that the punishment handed down may not fit the crime.
Legal history will be made on Thursday morning — as a Crown Court sentencing will be filmed for the first time.
Naman Ramachandran Broadcast news channels will be able to air judges’ sentencing remarks from the U.K. Crown Court for the first time from July 28, following a landmark change in the law. The move will allow the public to see and hear judges explain the reasoning behind their sentences, and will open up some of the best-known courts across the U.K., including the Central Criminal Court, which is more commonly known as the Old Bailey.
The Telegraph’s own Guy Kelly and Christopher Howse, both deft wordsmiths and of very different generations, are here to conduct a weekly study of modern life. What they like, hate, fight over and agree on may surprise you. This week, they dive into the compex world of the wink.- Christopher HowseI suspect Dominic Raab isn’t really all that good at winking.
The mother of Baby P, the child who died after suffering months of abuse, has been freed from jail. Tracey Connelly, 40, was jailed at the Old Bailey in 2009 for causing or allowing the death of her 17-month-old son Peter at their home in Tottenham, north London, on August 3 2007.
Andy Burnham has said that Boris Johnson should resign as Prime Minister right now and let his deputy Dominic Raab take over for the next few weeks. The Greater Manchester mayor said the PM's proposal to stay in power until the autumn is not 'tenable' and he should step down immediately.
A timetable for Boris Johnson’s replacement will be announced next week, as the embattled PM delivers his resignation speech outside 10 Downing Street, stating: “In politics, no one is indispensable.”
Ed Balls and Susanna Reid quickly stopped busting some moves live on Good Morning Britain when they realised exactly what the song was saying. The pair were back fronting the ITV news programme on Wednesday (July 6) but there was a bit of a change.
Loose Women's Stacey Solomon has shared a behind-the-scenes look as she and husband-to-be Joe Swash film for a new episode of Celebrity Gogglebox. Taking to her Instagram Stories on Monday (July 4), the TV personality documented the couple's preparation for the Channel 4 reality show, with Stacey sharing a video of the couple's living room – including their blacked-out windows.
Boris Johnson has announced his replacements for Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid after they sensationally quit Cabinet earlier tonight.
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield appeared visibly surprised by some of the revelations by their latest guest on This Morning. The hosting duo were back at the helm of the ITV daytime show on Tuesday (July 5) when they were joined live in the studio by the woman who negotiated Prince Andrew's appearance on Newsnight.
Patrick Grady's victim has said the Tories have put the SNP "to shame" with their handling of sexual misconduct complaints.
Boris Johnson is facing urgent questions in parliament over what he knew about the behaviour of disgraced Tory MP Chris Pincher before appointing him as whip.
Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid found herself under fire from Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab as she grilled him live on the show.The pair became embroiled in a heated debate over allegations of sexual assault made against Conservative MP Chris Pincher, as Justice Secretary Mr Raab tried to explain his position on the matter.The MP became agitated as he tried to serve his response because he felt Susanna, 51, wasn't letting him speak, and kept interrupting him mid-flow.Read more: GMB fans claim to spot signs there's a 'rift' between Susanna Reid and Richard MadeleySusanna pushed him for a detailed reply as she asked: "How does somebody who is found guilty by an internal investigation of inappropriate behaviour, how does that somebody, Chris Pincher in this case, get to be Deputy Chief whip with responsibility for welfare?"Trying to present his response to viewers of the show on Tuesday (July 5) Dominic, 48, then begged Susanna to let him get his point across instead of speaking over him as he accused "you always do this".He said: "Susanna, you always do this, let me give you the account, and your viewers can make up their minds. I'm always happy to answer difficult questions."Meanwhile, viewers took to Twitter to share their take on the interview – with some backing Susanna all the way.One wrote: "Dominic Raab on GMB there, desperately avoiding having to say Chris Pincher was guilty."Another added: "The accusatory and finger pointing tone used by Susanna Reid would get up antibodies nose! She is not polite nor neutral! She was in 'gotcha' mode… So, I’m not surprised at Raab’s tone back to her!"A third social media user posted: "Poor Raab.
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab faced backlash after winking at Labour Deputy Leader Angela Rayner during Prime Minister's Questions and criticising her for attending an opera. Carol, 61, gave Mr Raab a piece of her mind in view of her 483,300 followers this afternoon.Taking to Twitter, she reshared an article describing the interaction between the Deputy Prime Minister, 48, and Angela Rayner, 42.Carol wrote: “Misogynistic snob winking at @AngelaRayner.“So working class people shouldn't be able to go to the opera @dominicraab? “I thought the days of ‘know your place you poor people/peasants’ were over. “Patently they aren't.
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has paid tribute to Dame Deborah James, calling her a ‘huge inspiration’ during Prime Minister’s Questions. The podcast presenter, campaigner and blogger known as ‘Bowel Babe’ died aged 40 yesterday. She had been diagnosed with stage four bowel cancer in December 2016 and was told early on that she may not live beyond five years, and after raising awareness for the disease, she raised nearly £7million for Cancer Research UK in the final years of her life.
The SNP has challenged the Tory government in Westminster to “make the case for the Union” as it embarks on a second independence referendum campaign.
The Tory party has been warned it is “sleepwalking to a defeat at the next election” unless it dumps Boris Johnson after two disastrous by-election defeats.
Boris Johnson was taken to hospital for a "routine operation on his sinuses" this morning, Downing Street has said. The Prime Minister's spokesman said Mr Johnson went into an unnamed NHS hospital in London at 6am and he was back in Downing Street by 10am.
Boris Johnson is recovering at home after a minor operation for sinus problems on Monday morning.
The One Show viewers amazed when he appeared on the show on Thursday night. Matt appeared with his mother as he discussed his appearance on the BBC series Who Do You Think You Are, which revealed his family's unexpected connection to Anne Frank. The Little Britain and Great British Bake Off star previously revealed how he had to "do something about his weight" after piling on the pounds during lockdown.
Davide Sanclimenti after the star’s shocked reaction to Liam Llewellyn ’s double date bombshell. The 19-year-old equestrian performer shot ex Liam a jealous look during Thursday night's episode, after a text told Liam he had dates with the two new Islanders. The arrival of two bombshells – actress Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and lounge hostess Afia Tonkmorin – means the girls in the villa could be under threat, with one likely to get the chop on Friday.
A Greater Manchester Conservative MP believes Boris Johnson has a fight on his hands to survive as the Prime Minister following a vote of no confidence. Despite winning the poll last on Monday (June 6) the pressure has not been taken off the PM as over 40 per cent of Conservative MPs said they had lost confidence in him.
Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid was left in hysterics by comedian Rob Beckett who began mocking politician Dominic Raab on Tuesday's show. The London funny man, 36, picked up on the deputy Prime Minister's, 48, hand gesture and suggested he looked as though he was "doing a pancake" and did a hilarious impression of him. As Rob joined Susanna and Richard Madeley on the show via video link, he began: "First of all how do you put up with those politicians every day? Oh my God they do my head in, absolute maggots." Rob then mimed a hand gesture which he attributed to the show's previous guest, Mr Raab.
The deputy leader of the Labour party has called on the Prime Minister to go after last night's vote of no confidence. Ashton-under-Lyne MP, Angela Rayner, says Boris Johnson is now 'mortally wounded' despite winning the vote among Conservative MPs, calling him 'arrogant, dismissive, a liar'.
Murdered toddler James Bulger's devastated dad is determined to tell his son's killer that he should spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Sue Gray’s report into the partygate scandal is expected to be published this week. Reports have suggested that the document will include photographs of illegal gatherings.
BBC Breakfast welcomed royal correspondent Jennie Bond to talk about the Queen's Jubilee on Sunday's (May 22) programme.Talking about the June Jubilee, Jenny said: "Yes, of course, Harry will be a distraction full stop and Meghan as well."And all eyes will be on how they act and talking bout Charles and Camilla acting earlier, I think there will be a lot of acting as they go around as a family."She continued: "We are going to be watching the body language which is a shame but this is not about that this is about the Queen, not about Andrew, not about Harry it's about the Queen."This comes a day after Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt was left red-faced on the show after appearing to forget co-host Naga Munchetty's name.At the start of the show, Charlie stuttered as he tried to introduce his colleague.The host said: "good morning welcome to BBC Breakfast with Naga mmm Maga mm, before sighing and saying oh Boy."Naga then had to come to his rescue by butting in and finishing off the introduction herself, saying "Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt".He then tried again and was able to get his co-host's name right this time around.He smiled at Naga and said: "Good morning and welcome to breakfast with Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt."BBC Breakfast viewers stormed to Twitter to comment on Charlie's blunder.One said: "Charlie forgot who he was working with for a second there."Another added: "Charlie just f***d up the intro."Earlier this week, Charlie was praised after he caught out Deputy Prime Minister over the current issue of rising fuel prices.Over on Twitter, viewers went wild for Charlie for "riling" up Dominic Raab during his clever and tactical interview.One person commented: "Raab getting defensive there with Charlie… I
jails will be built in a £6million bid to stop radicalisation behind bars.Three new “separation centres” will keep influential “radicalisers” away from the rest of the prison population, under new Government plans.A specialist group will pick out those considered the most violent and dangerous inmates who will then be moved to the units.Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Secretary Dominic Raab said: “The threat from terrorism is evolving, so our response must adapt.“We are not allowing cultural and religious sensitivities to deter us from nipping in the bud early signs of terrorist risk.“We will isolate radical terrorists in separation centres.”A Government spokesman added: “The most influential and charismatic terrorists will be kept completely separate from the prison population.”At the end of April, the Government published a report by Jonathan Hall QC, the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation into terrorism in prisons. It made a number of recommendations, saying that things needed to get stricter.As a result the Government are passing a Bill of Rights to limit terrorists’ ability to bring “trivial claims” against their treatment under the Human Rights Act.
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