Boris Johnson has released a new video with his “Vision for Britain” which, some have pointed out, has been edited. So, for the benefit of all News Dump readers, here’s the full, unedited version.
The new Leader of the House of Commons, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has issued a style guide in the first week of his job. Among the list of bizarre rules, he asks staff not to use the words “got”, “very” or “equal” in correspondence with other MPs and the public. He’s also warned about using offensive four letter words in official documentation, such as less when it should be fewer.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un inspected a large newly built submarine, state news agency KCNA reported on Tuesday, potentially signalling continued development of a submarine from which a nuclear missile could be launched. Donald Trump has declared this a success in his negotiations with Kim Jong-un to get him to lower their nuclear weapons capacity.
Within minutes of Jeremy Hunt’s statement, Seaborne Ferries announced that it had discovered all of it’s ferries had been seized by Iran. BBC News immediately contacted the Foreign Office to establish the facts and were given confirmation that, according to the official records, the number of ferries seized by Iran does indeed match the number of ferries owned by the company.