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Prime Minister's Questions: July 15 round-up

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Prime Minister's Questions: July 15 round-up

Prime Minister's Questions: July 15 round-up

Prime Minister Boris Johnson clashes with Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and Lib Dem acting co-leader Sir Ed Davey during Prime Minister's Questions.


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Ed Davey Ed Davey Leader of the Liberal Democrats, MP for Kingston & Surbiton

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Sir Ed Davey: We are still the pro-European party [Video]

Sir Ed Davey: We are still the pro-European party

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey says his party still needs to be clearthat they are pro-European. He says the party needs to push for the closestrelationship possible with European neighbours.

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Sir Ed Davey: Government incompetence has made university coronavirus challenges worse [Video]

Sir Ed Davey: Government incompetence has made university coronavirus challenges worse

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey has said the Government's 'incompetence'has made a 'difficult situation worse' regarding students starting universityunder Covid-19 restrictions.

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Sir Ed Davey works a shift in a fish and chip shop in Stockport [Video]

Sir Ed Davey works a shift in a fish and chip shop in Stockport

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey works a 'shift' at Taylor's chip shop inStockport, during the start of his national listening tour. After a series ofdisappointing election results, Sir Ed wants to be the one to turn his partyaround and reconnect with voters.

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New Lib Dem leader Ed Davey hopes to win back voters [Video]

New Lib Dem leader Ed Davey hopes to win back voters

The new leader of the Liberal Democrats, Ed Davey, says he hopes to win back votes by listening to party members' concerns. He adds the coronavirus pandemic highlighted the need for more understanding and focus on the care sector, which he says has been "betrayed" by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Keir Starmer Keir Starmer Leader of the British Labour Party, MP for Holborn and St Pancras

Starmer dubs second wave a ‘failure of government’ [Video]

Starmer dubs second wave a ‘failure of government’

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has addressed the nation this evening in response to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's new coronavirus restrictions. The opposition leader said the second wave was 'not an act of God but a failure of government'. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Full Statement: Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer address [Video]

Full Statement: Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer address

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has addressed the nation this evening in response to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's new coronavirus restrictions. The opposition leader said the second wave was 'not an act of God but a failure of government'. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Keir Starmer responds to PM's coronavirus statement [Video]

Keir Starmer responds to PM's coronavirus statement

Leader of the Opposition Keir Starmer highlights some of the shortcomings ofthe Government including its testing system and no further updates on thefurlough scheme

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Keir Starmer accuses prime minister over Brexit deal [Video]

Keir Starmer accuses prime minister over Brexit deal

Sir Keir Starmer has said Boris Johnson has questions to answer over "breaking international law" by tabling legislation which would breach the Brexit divorce deal brokered with Brussels last year. The Labour Party leader accused the prime minister of either knowing what he signed and mis-selling the withdrawal agreement or not knowing what he signed which "takes us to new levels of incompetence". Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Boris Johnson accused of being 'out of touch' over school testing shortage [Video]

Boris Johnson accused of being 'out of touch' over school testing shortage

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer accused the Prime Minister of being “out oftouch” with the experiences of parents with school-age children. He alsosuggested the Government had not done enough to assist struggling firms witheconomic support.

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Boris Johnson Boris Johnson Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Boris Johnson calls for unity amid global pandemic [Video]

Boris Johnson calls for unity amid global pandemic

Prime Minister Boris Johnson addresses the UN General Assembly, calling fornations to come together to overcome the coronavirus pandemic.

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Boris Johnson fully behind Chancellor's coronavirus support for workers [Video]

Boris Johnson fully behind Chancellor's coronavirus support for workers

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is fully behind Chancellor Rishi Sunak'sCovid-19 plan for workers and is hopeful it will mean more people self-isolateif they have symptoms of the virus. Mr Johnson's comments come during a visitto Northamptonshire Police HQ.

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PM’s NHS app promotion interrupted by loud thunderclaps [Video]

PM’s NHS app promotion interrupted by loud thunderclaps

Boris Johnson battled the sound of loud thunderclaps as he tried to talk to reporters about the new NHS Covid-19 app during a visit to a police training centre in Northamptonshire. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Boris Johnson visits police as chancellor delivers statement [Video]

Boris Johnson visits police as chancellor delivers statement

Boris Johnson chose to visit a police training centre in Northamptonshire today instead of attending his chancellor's major announcement in the House of Commons. Downing Street denied speculation about a rift at the top of Government, insisting there was "absolutely not" a problem between Mr Johnson and Rishi Sunak. The prime minister told reporters that his visit was to talk to police about enforcing new coronavirus rules he laid out on Monday. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Climate change: GB athletes call for government to prioritise environment after Covid

Hundreds of British athletes and Para-athletes ask Prime Minister Boris Johnson to prioritise the environment in the wake of coronavirus.
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Labour Party (UK) Labour Party (UK) Centre-left political party in the United Kingdom

Sir Keir Starmer questions the PM on Government's test and trace scheme [Video]

Sir Keir Starmer questions the PM on Government's test and trace scheme

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer questioned why Boris Johnson said the test andtrace system has “very little or nothing” to do with the spread or thetransmission of Covid-19, after previously hailing it as a game changer. SirKeir asked in the Commons: “Both positions cannot be right – which one is itPrime Minister?” Mr Johnson replied: “It is an obvious fact of biology andepidemiology that alas this disease is transmitted by human contact or aerosolcontact.

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Liberal Democrats (UK) Liberal Democrats (UK) Liberal political party in the United Kingdom

Bereaved families call for a National Day of Reflection [Video]

Bereaved families call for a National Day of Reflection

End of life charity, Marie Curie is spearheading a campaign to hold a NationalDay of reflection on 23rd March 2021, the first anniversary of the UK goinginto lockdown. At the peak of the pandemic, lockdown and social distancingmeasures saw people unable to attend funerals, even for very close relativesand continuing restrictions mean people have not been able to get the supportthey normally would. Over 10,000 people and a group of cross party MPs,including former Conservative cabinet ministers Esther McVey and StephenCrabb, former Labour Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, Labour MP and mayor ofSheffield City Region Dan Jarvis, and former Liberal Democrat leader TimFarron, are now backing a charity appeal for a National Day of Reflection, andcalling on the UK Government to show their support too.

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