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Ministers consider plan to ease £20-a-week universal credit cut

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Ministers are examining a £1bn-a-year increase in benefit payments to cushion the impact of the imminent £6bn-a-year cut in universal credit. After growing pressure to reverse the £20-a-week cut, the Treasury is looki...

UK ministers explore ways to cut soaring energy bills for poorest households

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Ministers are considering ways to cut energy bills for the poorest households amid soaring gas prices as analysis suggests a typical low-income UK family will be £1,750 worse off by next April. On Tuesday Boris Johns...

Ministers have no clear plan to tackle child poverty, say cross-party MPs

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Ministers have no clear plans to tackle rising child poverty, while a lack of focus and leadership has hindered efforts to reduce the numbers of youngpeople living in hardship, a cross-party group of MPs has said. El...

Ministers urged to stop ‘hiding from scrutiny’ by blocking FoI requests

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Six government departments have between them spent at least half a million pounds over the past four years trying to block information being released under the Freedom of Information (Estaba) Act. They include the Depart...

UK ministers near deal on CO2 production to ease food supply fears

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Ministers are very close to reaching a deal to restart carbon dioxide (CO2) production at factories on Teesside and in Cheshire, in an effort to ease fears of food shortages. The business secretary, Kwasi Kwarteng, ha...

Ministers told to bar EU from UK trial data in vaccines row

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England’s deputy chief medical officer asked ministers to withhold all UK clinical trial data from the EU if European countries continued to deny entry to British vaccine trial volunteers, the Observer can reveal. Jon...

Ministers to cut ‘red list’ countries by up to half to simplify England’s travel rules

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Ministers are to slash the number of “red list” countries by up to half as part of plans to simplify England’s rules for international travel, with sources claiming it would incentivise vaccination. The traffic light ...

Cressida Dick to remain Met chief until 2024, ministers announce

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Ministers have defied critics and announced a two-year extension to Cressida Dick’s controversial term as commissioner of the Metropolitan police. Dick’s five-year term was due to end in April 2022, and the prospect o...

The Guardian view on schools: ministers failing children

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As English schools reopen for the autumn, relief and pleasure are mixed with apprehension and anger. Given the government’s shabby record on shepherding schools through the pandemic, it could be no other way. Even now...

Ministers announce £5.4bn more for NHS to tackle Covid and waiting lists

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The NHS will be given an extra £5.4bn over the next six months to continue the response to coronavirus and tackle the backlog caused by the pandemic. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) announced the fundi...

Ministers struggle to find people to interview Paul Dacre for Ofcom job

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Downing Street’s second attempt to appoint Paul Dacre as chair of the media regulator Ofcom has hit another snag, with ministers struggling to find people willing to interview the former Daily Mail editor for the job....

Ministers ‘asleep on watch’ over safety of Afghans, says ex-British army chief

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A former head of the British Army has said it is “unfathomable” that the UK government appeared to have been “asleep on watch” when it came to ensuring the safety of Afghans who helped soldiers and officials. Gen Lord...

Ukraine denies minister’s claims of hijacked Afghanistan evacuation flight

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A Ukrainian minister has claimed a passenger jet meant to evacuate people fleeing Afghanistan to Ukraine was hijacked at gunpoint and flown instead to Iran, in an unconfirmed incident that was later denied by his own ...

Ministers accused of failing to secure rights of Britons with foreign spouses in EU

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Ministers have been accused of breaching their promise to secure the post-Brexit rights of thousands of British nationals who settled in the EU and married foreigners. Campaigners at British in Europe (BiE) have writ...

‘Spread your legs’: New Zealand makes hay with Covid minister’s gaffe

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A slip of the tongue from New Zealand’s Covid-19 response minister as he was updating the nation live on the coronavirus outbreak has given the country a lighthearted, albeit slightly x-rated, break from regular pande...

Por que Boris Johnson, tímido a la reorganización, se muestra reacio a despedir ministros

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Dominic Raab parece haber sido salvado esta semana por el umbral excepcionalmente alto de Boris Johnson para despedir ministros.. Por ahora, el secretario de relaciones exteriores se ha unido a la sala de espera de reorganización, sentado en el límite ministerial..

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