Will the Government extend Met Commissioner Cressida Dick's contract?

Support is draining away for scandal plagued Met Police chief: Cressida Dick could be gone by April as key figures ask – how can the dame of disaster continue? Cressida Dick is hopeful she can remain on as Metropolitan Police Commissioner Her initial five-year contract is due to expire in April, but she faces opposition  Prime Minister Boris Johnson refused

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UK government launches investigation into mole behind Matt Hancock CCTV leak

The UK government will be launching an internal investigation into how CCTV footage of Matt Hancock kissing an aide in his Whitehall office was leaked, a Cabinet minister has said. Within 48 hours of being released, the unprecedented security breach resulted in Hancock’s resignation as Health Secretary, after the footage showed him breaking Covid social distancing rules in early May.

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Government borrows another £31BILLION in April

Government borrows another £31BILLION in April – the second highest on record for the month – as debt keeps racking up despite signs of economic recovery Government borrowing was £31.7billion in April the second highest on record UK debt mountain has hit £2.17trillion as coronavirus continues to wreak havoc Positive signs as monthly figure lower than estimate as the economy

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Government unveils $3.8 billion plan to fix ‘failed’ mental health system

The Victorian government has committed to a $3.8 billion overhaul of the state’s struggling mental health system after the state’s royal commission found it had “catastrophically failed to live up to expectations”. A new tax on businesses with more than $10 million in wages nationally will raise almost $1 billion a year to bankroll the changes to mental health to

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Government eases up guidance on indoor mask-wearing

WASHINGTON — In a striking move to send the country back toward pre-pandemic life, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday moved to ease indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places. The new guidance still calls for wearing masks in crowded indoor settings like buses, planes, hospitals,

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Government returned in ACT election as Chief Minister Andrew Barr keeps grip on power

Canberra Liberals leader Alistair Coe has conceded his party's loss in the Australian Capital Territory election, with ABC's election analyst Antony Green calling the win for the Labor-Greens governing coalition. The result means left wing parties have been given a mandate to hold the state for more than two decades from when Labor came to government in 2001. ACT Chief

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Government bans release of secret UFO dossier for another 50 years leaving experts furious

UFO experts hit out when it emerged a dossier into Britain’s most significant sighting is to be kept secret for another 50 years. The file is said to contain astonishing colour photographs of a 100ft craft hovering over the village of Calvine in the Scottish Highlands in 1990. A 30-year rule meant it was due to be declassified on January

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Sudan’s government, rebel groups sign landmark deal

Sudan’s transitional government and several rebel groups have signed a peace agreement aimed at resolving years of war in which hundreds of thousands of people died and millions displaced in different regions across the country. Cheers rang out as representatives from the government and a coalition of armed groups called the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) signed the deal on Saturday,

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