The BLG, formed in 1997 by the broadcasters who make airtime available to registered political parties, is yet to outline the criteria for the general election. It currently only has information about criteria relating to the European and local elections in June. The BNP was given two broadcasts in May this year for the European elections. … [Read more...] about BBC refuses to rule out Nick Griffin return to Question Time
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Question Time, filmed late yesterday amid chaotic scenes outside BBC Television Centre after anti-fascist demonstrators broke through a police cordon and briefly gained entry to the building, was watched by 7.9 million viewers – half the total TV audience when the show was aired over an hour from 10.35pm. … [Read more...] about BNP leader’s Question Time appearance draws almost 8m viewers
Dominic Cummings was brought up in Durham and educated at Oxford. His first taste of political campaigning came at the turn of the millennium when he led a campaign to stop the UK adopting the Euro. He was briefly director of strategy for Iain Duncan Smith when the latter was Tory party leader. … [Read more...] about Dominic Cummings: What is next for Boris Johnson’s right hand man?
The question marks over his long-term future follow a political furore over Mr Cummings's decision to drive his wife and young son 260 miles to his parents' farm in Durham at the start of the lockdown. While they were there, the couple visited a nearby beauty spot. … [Read more...] about Dominic Cummings could quit in six months: Boris’s under-fire advisor is considering leaving after Brexit and civil-service shake-up are complete
Lord Patten, the last British governor before the handover, described the new laws as 'a frontal assault' on the relative freedoms granted to Hong Kong. Pictured, a riot police officer in the former British colony fires tear gas at protesters in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, on May 24 … [Read more...] about Chinese army issues chilling warning to Hong Kong protesters as it says it’s ready to ‘smash’ any demonstrations against new national security law