Category Archives: Politics

Breaking: Boris and Matt Hancock Catches Coronavirus!

–Mr. Johnson didn’t show up at yesterday’s 5.00 pm conference, which was for the pandemic, nor did Matt. -Shadow Educational Secretary, Angela Rayner, has announced she’s self- isolating. Today at 11.16 am, Boris Johnson has so far sent Twitter wild after posting the fact that he’s tested positive for Coronavirus. He told his 1.8m Twitter followers, the fact that ‘over the last

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Policy Guide: Education

The five main parties in the general election have various policies on education. This is where I will set out what their main objectives are.   LABOUR– Their plan includes reforming early years education, making all 2-4 year olds entitled to 30 hours of free preschool per week. They also aim to extend childcare provision for 1 year olds and ensure

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Hospitality after Brexit: UK has moral duty to act in favor of quality and European staff

Almost fifty-two percent of the votes in favor and more than a million difference with respect to the alternative of staying the twenty-third of June the British people determined by referendum to leave the European Union. Why do Britons want Brexit? Membership of the single market has played a key role in the whole process and in the face of

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Brexit crisis: five hour cabinet meeting to find a solution.

The cabinet has held a five hour meeting  to tackle the deadlock of Brexit, as the next step come following a series of historic Government losses. On Monday MPs held a vote on four alternatives to the Prime Minster’s withdrawal bill which has failed gained a majority in the Commons. EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said a long extension to the UK’s current 12th of April exit date would  damage the EU.

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