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Is Boris Johnson really the emissary that blockchain needs right now?

Financial Times 06 Dec 2022
FTX’s ignominious collapse leaves a sector searching for justification ....
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'Boris virtually had smoke coming out of his ears... he was pacing round the room ...

The Daily Mail 06 Dec 2022
Boris Johnson speaks during a media briefing at Downing Street on December 24 ... Boris Johnson speaks with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and his team over zoom on January 14. Matt Hancock reveals Boris Johnson's rage at Pfizer trying to divert some of the vaccine supply to the EU and said he 'practically had smoke coming out of his ears'.
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Is Rishi really in charge? Sunak 'is set to climb down over onshore wind farm ...

The Daily Mail 06 Dec 2022
Mr Clarke's proposed amendment to the levelling up legislation is being backed by Mr Sunak's immediate two predecessors, Liz Truss and Boris Johnson ... Mr Clarke's proposed amendment to the levelling up legislation is being backed by the PM's immediate two predecessors, Liz Truss and Boris Johnson ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... Share this article. .
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The Times view on the proposed abolition of the Lords: Greater Britain

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Dec 2022
DANNY LAWSON /PA ... Its reputation is likely to sink further with the expected imminent announcement of Boris Johnson’s resignation honours list. Some ofSponsored. .
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Donations to Tory party slump 40% in three months

The Guardian 06 Dec 2022
The Conservatives collected just under £3m from July to September, a period that included the end of the Boris Johnson ...
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Mark Pawsey becomes 14th Tory MP to declare they will stand down at the next ...

The Daily Mail 06 Dec 2022
Mark Pawsey has become the 14th Tory to declare they will quit the Commons at the next election - with Labour seemingly on track for a landslide win ... Boris Johnson has also told his constituency association that he is intending to stay on ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... .
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Political donations to Tories nosedive by almost HALF amid leadership and economic chaos as money ...

The Daily Mail 06 Dec 2022
The party received £2.9million in the third quarter of 2022 between July and September, down from £5.3million in the second quarter of the year. The slump came at a time when Boris Johnson quit as prime minister and was replaced, eventually, by Liz Truss after a leadership campaign against Rishi Sunak driven by internecine sniping ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Unlike Britain, France is far from finished with Covid

The Spectator 06 Dec 2022
As Boris Johnson and his Sage modelling committee prepared to lockdown the country for Christmas, they lost control of the narrative.   ... Urging Johnson to ‘learn to live with Covid’, Frost warned against giving into the sect of the worst-case scenario ... But Johnson desisted, spooked by Frost’s resignation and the backbench rebellion ... Steerpike ... .
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Rishi Sunak caves in to Tory planning reform rebels

The Daily Telegraph 06 Dec 2022
Rishi Sunak on Monday night climbed down on key planks of his planning reforms in the face of rebellions by backbench Tories ... The Telegraph understands that he is also set to back down on the ban on onshore wind farms after 34 Tories, including Boris Johnson and Liz Truss, demanded that it be lifted ... .
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Labour unveils ethics reforms to undo ‘Conservative sleaze’

ITV 06 Dec 2022
A row over second jobs was one of several scandals that undermined Boris Johnson’s administration, while the ongoing lack of a permanent ministerial ethics watchdog, after Lord Geidt quit as the independent adviser on ministers’ interests in June, continues to cause questions for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak ... Danny Lawson/PA ... .
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China's Xi to visit Saudi Arabia from Wednesday: Saudi state media

The Times of India 06 Dec 2022
RIYADH ... On Sunday, OPEC+ opted to keep those cuts in place ... This year, Prince Mohammed has already welcomed Britain's then-prime minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Joe Biden, who greeted the crown prince with a fist bump in Jeddah, reversing a 2019 pledge to make Saudi Arabia "a pariah" ... .
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Factbox: When it comes to spending big on elections, few can challenge America

Reuters 06 Dec 2022
WASHINGTON, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Georgia's U.S ... By comparison, campaign finances are relatively modest in many wealthy nations, including the United Kingdom, which had a campaign season of just over a month for 2019 parliamentary contests that led to the election of Boris Johnson as prime minister and set tight limits on spending by candidates.
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‘We’ll build statues of oil protestors’ says Chris Packham as he calls on Rishi Sunak ...

Metro UK 06 Dec 2022
However, news that former PM Boris Johnson was jetting in, and growing discord from the public, led to the first u-turn of his time in office. Boris Johnson at Cop27 last month (Picture.
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2022: A year of living dangerously

The Manila Times 06 Dec 2022
PARIS. From the Russian invasion of Ukraine to the overturning of abortion laws in the United States, here is a roundup of the biggest events to mark 2022 ... The year is marked by the death of its longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth 2nd, at the age of 96 and the forced resignation of Brexiteer premier Boris Johnson after a series of scandals ... ....

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