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Michael Gove backs Rishi Sunak in Tory leadership bid

Michael Gove has announced he will back Rishi Sunak to be the next Conservative Party leader. The former levelling up secretary told the Times he did not think rival Liz Truss's "prospectus was the right answer", and added he did not expect to return to frontbench politics. A number of...
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Michael Gove backs Rishi Sunak and says Liz Truss is on ‘holiday from reality’

Michael Gove has endorsed Rishi Sunak to be the next Conservative leader, accusing Liz Truss of taking a “holiday from reality” with her plans to slash tax during the cost-of-living crisis.The former Cabinet minister suggested the Foreign Secretary’s proposals would put “the stock options of FTSE 100 executives” before the nation’s poorest people.Mr Gove said he does not expect to return to frontbench politics as he backed the underdog in the race to replace Boris Johnson in No 10.Writing in the Times, he said: “I do not expect to be in government again. But it was the privilege of my...
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What D.C. really thinks about Liz Truss

Should Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin take a drug test? That’s the claim of one member of Parliament in the coalition supporting her. After — shock, horror! — the 36-year-old leader was filmed at a private party drinking and dancing. Reality checks: What 30-something (or any other...
ENTERTAINMENT

Gove backs Sunak and says Truss ‘on holiday from reality’

Michael Gove has endorsed Rishi Sunak to replace Boris Johnson as prime minister, accusing Tory leadership frontrunner Liz Truss of taking a “holiday from reality” over the cost of living crisis.Throwing his weight behind the former chancellor, who sought to bill himself as the “underdog” during Friday night’s hustings, Mr Gove also said he did not expect to return to frontbench politics – having been the longest-serving minister in cabinet until he was fired for privately telling the PM to resign.“It was the privilege of my life to spend 11 years in the cabinet under three prime ministers,” Mr...
BUSINESS

Will the cost of living crisis put Starmer in No10? Labour storms ahead of the Tories with 13-point poll lead - their biggest in nearly 10 years - as public 'turns against the Conservatives' amid biggest squeeze on households in 60 years

Labour has stormed ahead of the Conservatives with their biggest poll lead in nearly 10 years as the public 'turns against the Conservatives' amid the biggest cost squeeze for households in 60 years. Figures from a YouGov poll for The Times has revealed that Labour has the backing of 43...
ECONOMY

Truss vs Sunak news – live: Leadership frontrunner branded ‘on holiday from reality’

Michael Gove has endorsed Rishi Sunak to be the next Conservative leader, accusing Liz Truss of taking a "holiday from reality" with her tax plans.His attack on his former Cabinet colleague came as the foreign secretary and ex-chancellor battled it out in Manchester at another Tory leadership hustings event, Mr Gove claimed Ms Truss would put “the stock options of FTSE 100 executives” before the nation’s poorest people. “I am deeply concerned that the framing of the leadership debate by many has been a holiday from reality. The answer to the cost of living crisis cannot be simply to reject...
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Former Secy. of State Mike Pompeo claims discussions to oust Trump after Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol weren’t serious

Mike Pompeo says he “never seriously” tried to use the 25th Amendment to remove former President Donald Trump from office after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. The ex-Secretary of State sought to downplay — but pointedly did not deny — reports that he and other cabinet members talked about ousting Trump for inciting the riot.
POTUS

Pa. recognized for use of interpreters who kept deaf community informed through pandemic

Their’s were the hands that communicated news about the coronavirus throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to the 1.5 million Pennsylvanians who are deaf or hard of hearing. Through their dance of hand gestures and facial expressions, the American Sign Language interpreters shared updates about the symptoms, precautions and spread of the virus at the more than 150 news conferences held by Gov. Tom Wolf and members of his Cabinet over a period of many months .
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
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Excited to keep going in UK PM race: Rishi Sunak as polls favour Liz Truss

London: British Prime Minister hopeful Rishi Sunak has said he is excited to keep going in the Conservative Party leadership campaign even as surveys of party voters predict a firm lead for his rival, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss. In an interview on Thursday with the ITV channel’s This Morning’ programme,...
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