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British lawmakers should not bring their babies to parliamentary debates, according to a new report on the legislative body’s rules amid calls by some legislators to change them, the Washington Post reported. In the report, the procedure committee said the “long-standing practice” of keeping babies out...

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Loathed, Loved

When he announced his resignation as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ethics advisor, Lord Christopher Geidt complained that Johnson had put him in the “impossible and odious” position of trying to justify how to break the rules of conduct for Her Majesty’s government. The prime minister...

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Farewell Thee Well

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson survived a no-confidence vote Monday that could have removed him from power after a scandal over lockdown-violating gatherings that took place at government offices and the prime minister’s residence, Reuters reported. The vote came after lawmakers from Johnson’s Conservative party submitted...

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Party Animals

A long-awaited report focusing on the lockdown-violating parties held in British government offices blamed Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior officials for “failures of leadership and judgment,” Axios reported. Senior civil servant Sue Gray released a scathing report Wednesday following an investigation into 16 events...

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