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Robert Jenrick appears on BBC Breakfast - Credit: BBC


Minister criticised by TV presenter for saying ‘absolutely nothing’ in interview

A television presenter has criticised a government minister for appearing on BBC Breakfast to say “absolutely nothing”. Charlie Stayt was interviewing Robert Jenrick, the communities secretary, about newspaper headlines suggesting large-scale coronavirus restrictions are about to hit the north of England. But rather than explaining what the reports mean and defending the restrictions, Jenrick was […]
Actor Laurence Fox speaks to Julia Hartley-Brewer. Photograph: TalkRadio. - Credit: Archant


Laurence Fox accused of hypocrisy after boycotting Sainsbury’s over its support for Black History Month

Laurence Fox has been labelled a hypocrite after vowing to boycott Sainsbury’s because of its support for Black History Month. The 42-year-old actor accused the supermarket of promoting “racial segregation and discrimination” during a Twitter rant on Sunday. Fox’s post came after the supermarket chain announced it would be marking Black History Month, an annual observance of black […]
Scottish Conservative Leader Douglas Ross in the Scottish parliament, Edinburgh. - Credit: PA


Douglas Ross criticises SNP handling of universities – but ducks criticising Tory response

Scotland’s Tory Party leader, Douglas Ross, was caught out supporting Westminster’s handling of the coronavirus crisis on university campuses while berating Scotland for taking the same action. Appearing on Good Morning Scotland, Ross criticised the Scottish government for allowing students back at university as a second coronavirus wave took hold. He said Holyrood should have given students “crystal clear” […]