'Although their tweet seems to have been deleted, perhaps as a result of them seeing my comments to Mr Mercer, I nonetheless think the right thing for me to do is to remove the video, so they, and anyone who may have taken offence, can be absolutely sure that such offence to them was the last thing I had in mind. It was directed entirely at Mr Johnson and his government colleagues, and I am sorry if that was not clear.' … [Read more...] about ‘Offensive to veterans’: Help For Heroes slams ex-Labour spin chief Alastair Campbell for donning war medals in video mocking the Dominic Cummings row
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'I think we’re gonna walk away from this pandemic realizing that the adult industry is an essential business,' Rose said. 'And nobody can argue with it at this point, because that’s what’s helping people cope and survive.' … [Read more...] about Porn stars reveal they’re making MORE money during the pandemic by charging fans for explicit, and more personal, online content – so could this change the industry forever?
Minneapolis, Minnesota: Cops have been forced to flee from the burning Minneapolis police precinct (above) as rioters stormed the building and set it alight during the third night of violence in the city as protests over George Floyd's death spread across America … [Read more...] about ‘When the looting starts, the shooting starts’: Trump threatens to ‘assume control’ of Minneapolis in extraordinary tweet about rioter ‘THUGS’ as National Guard rolls into the city and George Floyd protests erupt across the U.S.
Now she insists she never tried to secure the premier a more prominent position, or "muscle in" as the Spectator, London Evening Standard and Mail on Sunday put it, on Friday April 5 where the Queen Mother's coffin arrived at Westminster Hall to allow mourners to pay their respects. She confirms that she spoke mobile-to-mobile with Black Rod late morning on Easter Sunday, March 31, Ms Sumner from the New Forest and Black Rod in his car as he returned to London the day after the Queen Mother died. … [Read more...] about How spat over protocol was blown up into a crisis
Johnson’s tenure as editor of the Spectator from 1999 to 2005 partly overlapped with his seven years as the Conservative MP for Henley. He also wrote a column for the Telegraph, motoring columns for GQ and several books, and was briefly – and disastrously – on the Tory frontbench as shadow arts minister. His period at the helm of the Spectator was so colourful the conservative weekly became known as the Sextator – its publisher, a star columnist and the editor were all embroiled in separate affairs – and he only just kept his political career on track. … [Read more...] about Laughter and lies: Johnson’s journey from journalist to MP