Boris Johnson slapped down Marr for questioning him on why the Government did not put the country into a lockdown sooner. The Prime Minister said a new variant of the disease could not be foreseen. The BBC host asked: “In July your
Countries across the globe shut their doors to Britain on Sunday evening after the emergence of a new mutant strain of coronavirus. The super-infectious strain sparked concerns in Europe, and France not only shut borders to people, but also to freight traffic,
PIERS MORGAN hit out at the BBC’s decision to suspended football pundit Steve Thompson after describing a scuffle between two players as “handbags”.
A huge debate was sparked on Twitter after Katya Adler, the BBC’s Europe editor, used the term “fisherpeople” when talking about post-Brexit fishing rights in the UK. The term has divided politicians and political commentators but Express.co.uk readers have shown they are vehemently opposed
Sir John Hayes told the Commons that “defending our history and heritage is our era’s Battle of Britain”, as he railed against heritage organisations, including the National Trust, for recent moves to contextualise historical figures in terms of their links to Britain’s
Lord Falconer argued against the Brexit Internal Market Bill set to go through the House of Lords this week by threatening to lodge a motion in opposition to the Bill in order to remove the “illegal part of the Internal Market Bill”,
Boris Johnson mocked Ian Blackford for speaking “absolute nonsense” in the House of Commons regarding his treatment of Scotland. The SNP Westminster leader had accused the Prime Minister of only extending the furlough scheme when it was necessary for England. The job
Mr Anderson claimed the BBC has been pushing a left-wing agenda in its programming. Speaking to Defund the BBC, Mr Anderson said: “The fundamental differences are you had normal people probably earning a decent wage back in the 70s or 80s. But