The government will not be changing the date of the Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced. The key element in maintaining the March 11 date has been the remarkable quickness that the Chancellor has demonstrated in being able to lip-sync to the words of Dominic Cummings.
Nigel Farage was embroiled in a final row in the European Parliament on Wednesday after Brexit Party MEPs waved British Union flags during his speech in Brussels. And to commemorate this landmark in the EU’s history, Euro Mints are issuing a special edition of the two Euro Coin with the inscription “Farage Is Now Unemployed”.
Around 450 jobs will be cut from BBC News under plans to complete its £80m savings target by 2022. With the final target being the entire news staff to be reduced to a headcount of one, with that solitary figure being Gary Lineker, who will read out that days Guardian newspaper, on a personally provided webcam.
Mrs. Brown’s Boys has beaten Fleabag and After Life to win a fifth comedy prize at the National Television Awards. Consequently, a middle-aged comedy writer and satirist has been disowned by his family and turfed out of his own home after admitting he quite likes ‘Mrs. Brown’s Boys’ and that he voted for the show in this year’s National Television Awards.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to step back from Royal duties with almost immediate effect In reaction, the weekend children’s publication, ‘The Mail on Sunday’ has immediately thrown in £500,000 to the restoration program of Big Ben in order that its readers can celebrate Megxit in style, with a full round of the Westminster Chimes to coincide with the moment The Duke of Sussex’s plane touching down in Canada.