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The comments below have not been moderated. Allies of Mr Johnson believe the prospect of immediate expulsion could persuade many of the rebels to back down. “And, unlike the first wave, where we had a national lockdown which protected huge swathes of society, this outbreak is now running riot across all age groups.”.

He told the BBC: 'It's obviously a particularly confrontational approach and, I think, designed, frankly, to realign the Conservative Party, to transform the Conservative Party very much in the direction of a Brexit party. All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated, National restrictions in England from 5 November, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Government’s Most Important Contracts, New National Restrictions from 5 November, Coronavirus (COVID-19): Social distancing, New guidance to help UK digital firms engage safely and ethically with China, Critical workers who can access schools or educational settings, Closing certain businesses and venues in England, Ireland/Northern Ireland Specialised Committee 05 November 2020, Prosperity Fund annual report 2019 to 2020, Face coverings: when to wear one, exemptions, and how to make your own, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster chairs COBR meeting, Meeting of the Specialised Committee on the Other Separation Provisions, Joint Ministerial Committee (EU Negotiations) communiqué: 29 October 2020, Cabinet Office spend approvals: April to June 2020, Crown Representatives and strategic suppliers, Cabinet Office: Government Procurement Card spend over £500, Cabinet Office: business appointment rules advice, Cabinet Office: special advisers’ transparency publications, Cabinet Office: special advisers' gifts, hospitality and meetings, April to June 2020, Cabinet Office: ministerial gifts, hospitality, travel and meetings, April to June 2020, Cabinet Office: ministers' transparency publications, Procurement Policy Note 07/20 - Taking account of a bidder's approach to payment in the procurement of major government contracts, Letters from the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster to Jeremy Miles MS and Michael Russell MSP, Privacy notice for Civil Service Quarterly Location Survey, Construction starts on new government hub in Peterborough, Work begins on a major new government hub in Peterborough, Common Travel Area: rights of UK and Irish citizens, How to prove and verify someone's identity, Readout of PM and CDL call with business leaders 20 October, Meeting of the Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee, EU Exit: Update on negotiations and the work of the Joint Committee, Ask a minister a question about coronavirus, Time is running out for businesses to prepare, Veterans’ Office marks one year since establishment, Privacy notice for Government Major Projects Portfolio (GMPP), Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support, Transparency and freedom of information releases.
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The Bill does say that the UK can leave the bloc without a deal but only if MPs explicitly vote in favour of such an outcome. They said the R needs to be brought below one in many places to “get it down to levels that don’t run the risk of breaching health service capacity”, while in other regions the growth needs to flatten for that to happen. It is understood that Downing Street has launched an investigation to find the source of the story, amid reports that the Government had wanted to keep the plan quiet until Monday. 'Any Conservative MP who does this will have the whip withdrawn and will not stand as a Conservative candidate in an election.'.
The news comes after the PM upped the ante dramatically by making clear a vote set to be forced by Remainers tomorrow will be treated as a confidence issue. Despite the developing drama, Mr Johnson found time to meet Carry On actress Barbara Windsor, who is campaigning for better dementia support, in the No10 garden this afternoon. "It creates a media frenzy, causes confusion and ahead of any official announcement encourages some to make the most of their pre-lockdown time.

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"The data is really bad," a source told The Times. Legally there must be 25 days between dissolution of Parliament and polling day. However, there is an EU summit on October 17 which might prove an obstacle. As many as 21 Tory MPs are believed to be considering backing the 'stop No Deal' plan.

Mr Gauke is one of a number of former ministers who are expected to side with opposition MPs when it comes to the crunch. Fox openly challenges May over Irish border backstop plan. The source added: 'This is about the national interest, and we've moved beyond the point where threats will persuade people to abandon their principles.'.

Every day we ensure the latest figures, data and information are available with breaking news to keep you up to date with the new developments, restrictions and lockdown rules. 'Normally there would be plenty of cajoling. An emergency cabinet meeting has been called to discuss coronavirus lockdown measures 'leaked' to the media on Friday night. explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.

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