‘F*** YOU, Daily Mail!’ Covid Inquiry hears the cry then-PM (and now must-read columnist) Boris Johnson made at the height of the pandemic… proof everyone falls in love with us in the end!

‘F*** YOU, Daily Mail!’ Covid Inquiry hears the cry then-PM (and now must-read columnist) Boris Johnson made at the height of the pandemic… proof everyone falls in love with us in the end!

By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 22:15 GMT, 7 December 2023 | Updated: 23:24 GMT, 7 December 2023 Today he is one of the Mail’s star Saturday columnists, delighting readers with his elegant, flamboyant use of language. But yesterday the Covid inquiry was shocked to hear that Boris Johnson exclaimed: ‘F*** YOU Daily Mail!’ at the … Read more

​BBC producer ‘investigates’ who leaked clip of presenter Maryam Moshiri giving the middle finger to camera online

​BBC producer ‘investigates’ who leaked clip of presenter Maryam Moshiri giving the middle finger to camera online

A BBC producer has claimed to be ‘investigating’ who leaked a clip of BBC News presenter Maryam Moshiri accidentally giving the middle finger live on air, saying ‘it could be an early Christmas for someone’.  In viral footage Maryam Moshiri can be seen raising her eyebrows and flipping off the camera in a ‘private joke’ … Read more

Boris Johnson recalls his own hospital ordeal and says it is ‘simply not right’ to claim he didn’t care about other people’s suffering in an emotional second day of evidence at the Covid Inquiry

Boris Johnson recalls his own hospital ordeal and says it is ‘simply not right’ to claim he didn’t care about other people’s suffering in an emotional second day of evidence at the Covid Inquiry

Boris Johnson yesterday launched an emotional defence of his handling of the pandemic, saying it was ‘simply not right’ to claim that he didn’t care about people’s suffering. Appearing before the Covid Inquiry for a second day, the former PM again looked close to tears as he recalled coming close to losing his own life … Read more

Revealed: How Boris Johnson asked spies to plan a military raid on Dutch Covid vaccine factory to seize five million UK-bought AstraZeneca jabs that the EU ‘stole’ at the height of the pandemic when Britain’s jab rollout left Brussels in the shade

Revealed: How Boris Johnson asked spies to plan a military raid on Dutch Covid vaccine factory to seize five million UK-bought AstraZeneca jabs that the EU ‘stole’ at the height of the pandemic when Britain’s jab rollout left Brussels in the shade

Boris Johnson asked the security services to draw up plans to raid a Dutch Covid vaccine factory after the EU ‘stole’ millions of doses destined for Britain during the pandemic, it has been claimed. Diplomatic sources said the former prime minister was ‘enraged’ after the EU effectively blocked the export of five million doses of … Read more

BORIS JOHNSON: Wokery is damaging the West – and nothing illustrates that better than this absurd ‘royal racism’ hoo-ha whipped up by a tripe-monger

BORIS JOHNSON: Wokery is damaging the West – and nothing illustrates that better than this absurd ‘royal racism’ hoo-ha whipped up by a tripe-monger

Woo! Shock horror. It’s the latest scandal to rock the royals, and it’s turning into a humongous whodunnit. Someone is alleged to have said something about the possible physical appearance of a still unborn princeling — the son of Harry and Meghan — and the world is being whipped into an ecstasy of confected indignation. … Read more

‘I never met anyone who didn’t like him’: Tributes pour in for ‘thoroughly kind and decent’ ex-Labour chancellor Alistair Darling after his death aged 70 – as video shows the moment George Osborne and Ed Balls learn he has passed away

‘I never met anyone who didn’t like him’: Tributes pour in for ‘thoroughly kind and decent’ ex-Labour chancellor Alistair Darling after his death aged 70 – as video shows the moment George Osborne and Ed Balls learn he has passed away

Tributes poured in today from across the political divide after former Labour MP Alistair Darling – who served as Chancellor during the 2008 financial crisis – died aged 70. The ex-Cabinet minister was hailed as a ‘towering figure’ who took ‘calm’ action in steering Britain through the chaos of the global credit crunch. He was … Read more

Boris Johnson allies hit back at Rishi Sunak after he suggested the former PM was responsible for soaring immigration

Boris Johnson allies hit back at Rishi Sunak after he suggested the former PM was responsible for soaring immigration

By Jason Groves Political Editor Published: 00:53 GMT, 1 December 2023 | Updated: 00:53 GMT, 1 December 2023 Allies of Boris Johnson hit back angrily at Rishi Sunak last night after the Prime Minister suggested his predecessor was responsible for soaring immigration. Mr Sunak yesterday implied he was not responsible for immigration levels he ‘inherited’ … Read more

Rishi Sunak boasts about UK’s ‘competitive’ visa regime in speech to  business chiefs as Cabinet tensions over crackdown on record immigration rage

Rishi Sunak boasts about UK’s ‘competitive’ visa regime in speech to  business chiefs as Cabinet tensions over crackdown on record immigration rage

Rishi Sunak boasted about the UK’s ‘competitive’ visa regime in a speech to business leaders today as Tory tensions over immigration rage. The PM highlighted the generous arrangements for entrepreneurs and ‘high potential’ individuals as he addressed an investment conference in London. But Mr Sunak is struggling to contain Conservative infighting after Suella Braverman’s allies … Read more

UK ‘could have avoided harsh lockdowns’: Short circuit-breakers ‘work better’ than prolonged restrictions, top scientist claims

UK ‘could have avoided harsh lockdowns’: Short circuit-breakers ‘work better’ than prolonged restrictions, top scientist claims

The UK could have been spared from ‘long, harsh’ Covid lockdowns if officials had imposed short circuit-breakers, the Government’s top scientist claimed today. Dame Angela McLean, who this year succeeded Sir Patrick Vallance as No10’s chief scientific adviser, said the measure would not have been as ‘damaging’. Circuit-breakers — a tight set of restrictions imposed for a … Read more

DAN HODGES: To Red Wallers, Cameron is not only a slap in the face – he’s a knee to the groin

DAN HODGES: To Red Wallers, Cameron is not only a slap in the face – he’s a knee to the groin

Rishi Sunak wanted last week’s Cabinet reshuffle to be a political ‘game-changer’. And for one Red Wall Tory MP it certainly was.  ‘He’s betrayed us,’ they told me bitterly. ‘He’s surrendered to all those liberal, soft, muesli-loving, woke, knee-taking b******s in the South!’ Another Red Wall MP agreed. ‘Rishi’s cut us loose. He’s going to circle the … Read more