Thursday, December 3, 2020
Home News Daily News Digest

Daily News Digest

-

NEWS

Government’s Internal Market Bill clears first hurdle despite rebellion

Boris Johnson has passed his controversial Internal Market Bill though its first reading in the House of Commons despite a rebellion from his own MPs. His government believes that its threat to break international law with this bill might have the effect of pushing the EU to concede ‘what is at stake’ with a no-deal Brexit, and to back down on key issues – Telegraph

Report neighbours who violate ‘rule of six’, urges policing minister Kit Malthouse – Times

UK has experienced ‘explosion’ in anxiety since 2008, study finds – Guardian

Dozens of schools have either closed or sent whole year groups home after just one positive test – Telegraph

Border Force Channel operations under scrutiny amid fears ‘high harm criminals’ are evading patrols – Telegraph

COMMENT

Thank you for calling the NHS telephone helpline… all our operators are working from home and eating Hobnobs – Richard Littlejohn, Mail

EU has behaved with shameless illegality and injustice towards Britain – Sir Peter Marshall, Express

- Advertisement -

If you appreciated this article, perhaps you might consider making a donation to The Conservative Woman. Unlike most other websites, we receive no independent funding. Our editors are unpaid and work entirely voluntarily as do the majority of our contributors but there are inevitable costs associated with running a website. We receive no independent funding and depend on our readers to help us, either with regular or one-off payments. You can donate here. Thank you.

The Conservative Woman
Edited by Kathy Gyngell

Sign up for The ConWom News

Each morning we send The ConWom Daily with links to our latest news. This is a free service and we will never share your details.


Follow us!

Share this post