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Has Jacob Rees-Mogg done his homework on civil servants working from home?

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A recent vacancy advertised on the civil service jobs website states: “The Government is committed to increasing the number of Civil Service roles throughout the UK under its Places for Growth programme and this will ...

The Andrew Neil Show review – back to his best with curry, porn and Jacob Rees-Mogg

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Eleven months of Sundays have passed since a visibly uncomfortable Andrew Neil launched GB News, fighting sound and lighting issues at the new anti-woke network from which he soon resigned as lead presenter. Now, Neil...

Jacob Rees-Mogg has given the game away – even this government knows Brexit is a disaster

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The definition of a gaffe is when a politician accidentally tells the truth. So ruled the veteran Washington journalist Michael Kinsley, who would surely take delight in the textbook example of the form served up on T...

‘Condescending’: Jacob Rees-Mogg leaves notes for WFH civil servants

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Jacob Rees-Mogg has been called “condescending” after leaving notes deemed to be passive-aggressive on civil servants’ desks in an effort to stop them working from home. As part of his campaign to push workers back in...

Jacob Rees-Mogg says civil servants must return to the office

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Civil servants will be told to return to their desks to ensure government department offices are running at “full capacity”, according to reports. Jacob Rees-Mogg, the minister for government efficiency, has written t...

Is Jacob Rees-Mogg really a better Christian than the archbishop of Canterbury?

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“Christ is risen, Alleluia. He is risen indeed, Alleluia, Alleluia.” Thus spake Jacob Rees-Mogg on Easter Sunday, on Twitter. (How does the guy manage to sound posh quoting something that surely sprang forth before po...

Welsh Fire’s Jacob Bethell: ‘My dream is to play for England in all formats’

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The squads for the Hundred were burped out on Tuesday, two days from the start of the County Championship season. There was smattering of stardust through Australia’s World Cup-winning women, the odd glaring omission ...

Jacob Kenedy’s secret ingredient: guanciale

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Guanciale is bacon made from the jowl of the pig. It has a much more intense, piggy flavour than bacon. It has a high fat content and is delicious. You can eat it raw from the fridge, like lardo, or wrap things in it ...

Lukaku’s unwanted record is cause for concern in Chelsea’s trophy chase

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First the interview, now the invisibility. Romelu Lukaku has mostly been a conundrum since returning to Chelsea last summer and, while the £97.5m striker has not done much talking off the pitch since that ill-advised ...

The Guardian view on Jacob Rees-Mogg: opportunities to do damage

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If Boris Johnson’s recent reshuffle had an overarching purpose it was to show Conservative MPs that a beleaguered prime minister was listening to them. This is the perspective in which the most eye-catching ministeria...

How can Jacob Rees-Mogg find ‘Brexit opportunities’? They don’t exist

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Jacob Rees-Mogg reminds me of a kipper. A very specific kipper, resting on a plastic pillow of ice, which intruded into the public consciousness back in 2019, when Boris Johnson held it aloft, proclaiming it as an exa...

Lampard must learn from Chelsea errors to make success of Everton

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Frank Lampard has a point to prove. He will know that plenty of people will wonder why he has been given the chance of a fresh start at Everton. There are questions to answer after Lampard’s sacking by Chelsea and, al...

West Ham’s punt on Jarrod Bowen is blooming into a solid investment

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It is unlikely that West Ham would have signed Jarrod Bowen had they decided to give Manuel Pellegrini one more transfer window. Every attempt to convince Pellegrini to move for Bowen had fallen on deaf ears, with the...

Thomas Tuchel feeling festive even as Chelsea look to weather harsh winter

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Whatever happens when Chelsea visit Aston Villa on Sunday evening, Thomas Tuchel is bound to be in more of a festive mood than he was last year. “I’m very confident that I will survive Christmas with my job this year,...

Jacob Rees-Mogg cleared of wrongdoing over £6m in cheap loans

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The parliamentary commissioner for standards has cleared Jacob Rees-Mogg of any wrongdoing in failing to declare he received £6m in cheap loans from one of his companies, concluding that they could not be seen as havi...

Thomas Tuchel falls short in stance on Chelsea and Covid vaccines

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The latest update about the number of Premier League players who are vaccinated against Covid-19 shows that English football is crying out for strong leadership when it comes to getting jabs in arms. The figures are i...

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