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1. Rishi Sunak pledges to abandon EU laws that hold back the UK
Rishi Sunak showed his Brexiteer credentials on Saturday, promising a bonfire of EU laws “interposed” in British companies to trigger “a new Big Bang”.
Writing for The Telegraph, the former chancellor pledged to have “discarded or reformed all EU law, bureaucracy and bureaucracy that are still in our statute book and slowing economic growth” at the time of the next election if Boris happens. Johnson as Prime Minister. Read the whole story.
2. Liz Truss: I will put an end to “Stalinist” housing goals.
Liz Truss has pledged to eliminate “Whitehall-inspired Stalinist housing goals,” saying she would eliminate “labor approaches” in favor of tax cuts and deregulation to encourage companies to build new homes.
In an interview with The Telegraph, the foreign minister said she would offer “the biggest change in our economic policy in 30 years” to deal with decades of low growth and rising inflation. Read the whole story.
3. Climate in the UK: Work from home during the heat wave, Cobra advises
The next few days “may be a time to work from home,” a senior government minister said as Britain prepared for several days of extremely hot weather.
Cabinet Office Minister Kit Malthouse has warned that roads and railways are facing “a major disruption” due to the heat wave, as he urged people to avoid traveling on Monday and Tuesday. . Read the whole story.
4. The BBC apologizes after interviewing a transgender athlete who boasted of violence against women
The BBC has apologized for interviewing a transgender sportswoman who boasted of eliminating women, in a discussion on women-only sports.
Fallon Fox, a former American martial arts fighter, was invited to BBC Radio 4’s Today program last month after trans athletes could not take part in elite female races if they had gone through male puberty. Read the whole story.
5. Queen and Prince Charles suggested that Meghan fly to the United States to reconcile with her father, the book states
The Duchess of Sussex rejected a suggestion by the Queen and Prince of Wales that she wanted the United States to reconcile with her father, according to a new book.
Tom Bower, a biographer who has written a book about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex entitled Revenge, claimed that the prince – and possibly the monarch – were “irritated” by the duchess’s failure to make peace with Thomas Markle. Read the whole story.
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