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1. Boris Johnson presents the “Grow for Britain” plan.
Boris Johnson will present a “growth for Britain” strategy and tell farmers to produce more fruit and vegetables as a result of record inflation.
In a major announcement scheduled for Monday, the prime minister is set to present the country’s first food strategy in 75 years. Read the whole story.
2. Prince Charles “dismayed” by Rwanda’s migrant plan
Prince Charles has privately described Priti Patel’s asylum plan in Rwanda as frightening, it emerged on Friday night.
The Prince of Wales is said to be frustrated by the government’s asylum policy as he will represent the Queen at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, this month. Read the whole story.
3. Ukraine will “exchange” prisoners to secure the release of British soldiers
Ukraine will “exchange” prisoners to secure the release of the two captured British men who were sentenced to death, the country’s ambassador to the United Kingdom said on Friday.
Vadym Prystaiko suggested that the men, both members of the Ukrainian army who were detained in the separatist People’s Republic of Donetsk, be released in exchange for prisoners detained by Ukrainian forces. Read the whole story.
4. ‘Absolutely stupid’: Prince Andrew is embroiled in another battle for debt
The Duke of York has been described as “absolutely stupid” after being embroiled in another battle for £ 1.6 million in debt.
The “commercial debt” is due to a Swiss couple who are said to have placed a freeze order at their Verbier ski chalet 18 months ago. Read the whole story.
5. Vegan school lunches on the menu under Boris Johnson’s “Grow for Britain” strategy
Boris Johnson is set to announce the first overhaul of the UK’s food strategy in 75 years, as it seeks to address food security and the cost of living.
Officials have been working on the report, which has been delayed twice since the publication of an independent review by Leon Dimbleby, Leon’s founder, last July. Read the whole story.
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