Patel attacked after claiming 'inactive' Britons will fill job vacancies

Patel attacked after claiming 'inactive' Britons will fill job vacancies

Home Secretary Priti Patel has come under fire after suggesting eight million "economically inactive" Britons can fill vacancies following a post-Brexit clampdown on immigration.
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Johnson to axe network of business councils

Dozens of business leaders could be forced to relinquish their roles as advisers to the prime minister as part of a shake-up of Boris Johnson's engagements with industry bosses.

Rap star Dave hits back at Priti Patel interview defending the PM

Dave has continued his attack on "racist" Boris Johnson following the rap star's politically charged Brit Awards performance.

PM's flooding no-show 'is to avoid media jamboree', minister says

Boris Johnson isn't visiting flooded areas to avoid a "jamboree of media", a government minister has said.

McDonnell's 'offensive' comparison between Assange and Dreyfus case

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's extradition hearing is the "Dreyfus case of our age", according to shadow chancellor John McDonnell.

Tony Blair raises prospect of Labour-Lib Dem alliance

Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair has raised the prospect of his party teaming up with the Liberal Democrats if they are to win power again.

Ex-Corbyn aide and Momentum boss backs Starmer

Labour leadership candidate Sir Keir Starmer has won a significant endorsement from a former Momentum chief and aide to Jeremy Corbyn.

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