Boris Johnson’s aides joked about Christmas partying in Downing Street while London was closed

Boris Johnson’s aides joked about Christmas partying in Downing Street while London was closed

The controversy was markedly deepened on Tuesday with the appearance of a video broadcast by CNN-affiliated ITV News from the time it appears to show number 10 officials haunting the parties during a rehearsal for televised press briefings. Downing Street’s position before and since the video was leaked is this: “There was no Christmas party … Read more

UK Covid Live: Boris Johnson Announces Plan B Restrictions, Including Work From Home and Tighter Mask Rules | Politics

UK Covid Live: Boris Johnson Announces Plan B Restrictions, Including Work From Home and Tighter Mask Rules |  Politics

Will also make the NHS COVID Pass mandatory for access to nightclubs and venues where large crowds gather, including unsettled indoor venues with more than 500 people, and seated outdoor venues with more than 4,000 people and any venue with more than 10,000 people. .

Doug Ford defends the approach to distributing COVID-19 rapid tests

Doug Ford defends the approach to distributing COVID-19 rapid tests

Premier Doug Ford has defended Ontario’s approach to distributing COVID-19 rapid tests amid growing calls to make them more accessible as cases increase and the new Omicron variant spreads. “No one is handing out more tests than we do. In fact, we do 57 percent of all rapid tests across the country. So we are … Read more

Firehall presents Helen Walkley’s John January 12-15

Firehall presents Helen Walkley’s John January 12-15

That Firehall Arts Center has just announced that it will present Helen Walkleys dance / theater piece, John, from 12 to 15 January. The play is choreographed by Walkley and performed by Josh Martin and Billy Marchenski. “John is a memoir about my oldest brother who disappeared from Vancouver in May 1969, never to be … Read more

Ottawa police charge man with yacht sales fraud – Ottawa

Ottawa police charge man with yacht sales fraud – Ottawa

Ottawa police have charged a 73-year-old man from the Iroquois after it was alleged he never delivered after a boat sale. Police say the suspect promised a boat to an American couple in 2017, but once the contract was signed and the deposit taken, the yacht was never delivered. Read more: Ottawa police are searching … Read more

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