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Election 2019: December 2 round-up

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Election 2019: December 2 round-up

Election 2019: December 2 round-up

A round-up of news from the election on a day when Boris Johnson was forced to defend his response to last week's London Bridge terror attack.

Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn was at Finsbury Park station to launch Labour's lower rail fare pledge.

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Boris Johnson Boris Johnson Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Calais mayor says Boris Johnson needs to ‘calm down’ over migrant crossings, as 70% of Britons back deploying navy

The mayor of Calais has said Boris Johnson must “calm down” over migrants crossing the English Channel in boats – urging the prime minister to change the..
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Calais mayor says Boris Johnson needs to 'calm down' over migrant crossings, as 70% of Britons back deploying navy

Natacha Bouchart says prime minister's pronouncements amount to 'provocation'
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France added to quarantine list due to coronavirus fears [Video]

France added to quarantine list due to coronavirus fears

Travellers arriving from France after 4am on Saturday will be required toquarantine for 14 days due to fears over rising numbers of coronavirus casesin the country. The move came after Boris Johnson said ministers would be“absolutely ruthless” in deciding on whether to impose the self-isolationrequirement.

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Coronavirus: Fines for refusing to wear face mask to increase to £3,200 as Boris Johnson announces new lockdown easing

Fines for refusing to wear a face mask are to increase to up to £3,200, Boris Johnson has said, as he announced England's lockdown measures will be further..
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Boris Johnson hails ‘heroic efforts’ of Northern Ireland’s paramedics [Video]

Boris Johnson hails ‘heroic efforts’ of Northern Ireland’s paramedics

Boris Johsnons toured the headquarters of the Northern Ireland AmbulanceService on the outskirts of Belfast. The Prime Minister arrived at theKnockbracken site after political meetings at Hillsborough Castle.

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Finsbury Park (area) Finsbury Park (area) Area in north London, England

Canisters and bottles thrown at police in Finsbury Park [Video]

Canisters and bottles thrown at police in Finsbury Park

Two men have been arrested after officers were met with violence while trying to break up “unlicensed music event” in north London, Scotland Yard said.The Metropolitan Police said residents living near the Woodberry Down Estate in Finsbury Park alerted officers to the event from 11pm on Friday night.Officers attended and attempted to get the crowd to leave but the group became hostile, the force added added.

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Labour Party (UK) Labour Party (UK) Centre-left political party in the United Kingdom

Labour: Government has failed students [Video]

Labour: Government has failed students

Deputy Leader of the Labour party Angela Rayner says the Government has failed students throughout the pandemic but the use of a 'deeply flawed' algorithm to calculate results has been 'devastating'. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Starmer on A-levels: ‘Something has gone horribly wrong’ [Video]

Starmer on A-levels: ‘Something has gone horribly wrong’

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says that “something has obviously gone horribly wrong” as exam boards downgrade nearly 40% of school leavers’ grades in England. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Starmer chats to A-level students in Darlington [Video]

Starmer chats to A-level students in Darlington

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer visited Darlington on Thursday morning to talk to A-level students about their exam results and their hopes and plans for the future. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Starmer calls for ‘flexible’ furlough as UK enters recession [Video]

Starmer calls for ‘flexible’ furlough as UK enters recession

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer reacts to the news that the UK has entered recession,and reiterates the party’s call for “more flexibility with furlough”. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sir Keir Starmer condemns changes to how exams are decided as 'shambolic' [Video]

Sir Keir Starmer condemns changes to how exams are decided as 'shambolic'

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer calls the changes to how exams results aredecided "shambolic" as he meets teachers at Wakefield College to discussresults days. The Department for Education brought in a "triple lock" onTuesday evening, which means results will be the highest out of pupils'estimated grades, their mocks and an optional written exam.

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Jeremy Corbyn Jeremy Corbyn Former Leader of the Labour Party, MP for Islington North

Jeremy Corbyn's complaint of 'sabotage' confirms he was unfit for office

Labour's former leader claims the party was less than 2,500 votes in key seats away from forming a government and blames Blairites for his failure
Independent

Jeremy Corbyn accuses hostile party officials of sabotaging Labour's election campaign

Submission to party internal inquiry says there was 'clear evidence of factional activity' against the leadership
Independent
Labour under Starmer is politically competitive again, says Blair [Video]

Labour under Starmer is politically competitive again, says Blair

Sir Keir Starmer has returned Labour to being a “politically competitive”party which is in a position to win a general election, Tony Blair says. Theformer Labour leader and prime minister praised his successor’s performance inthe three months since he won the contest to replace Jeremy Corbyn.

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Labour agrees to pay ‘substantial damages’ to Panorama whistleblowers [Video]

Labour agrees to pay ‘substantial damages’ to Panorama whistleblowers

Labour will pay “substantial damages” to whistleblowers who contributed to a TV expose of its handling of anti-Semitism as Sir Keir Starmer continues efforts to distance the party from his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn.

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Russians ‘almost certainly’ tried to interfere in general election, says Raab [Video]

Russians ‘almost certainly’ tried to interfere in general election, says Raab

Leaked Government documents highlighted by Jeremy Corbyn during last year’s general election were almost certainly “amplified” online by “Russian actors”, the Government has said.

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