Liz Truss today resigned as the UK’s Prime Minister earlier this afternoon. Here is Liz Truss’ resignation speech: I came into office at a time of great economic and international instability. Families and businesses were worried about how to pay … Continue reading Liz Truss Resigns – The Lettuce Won!
The unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level for decades, but pay pressures remain. Inflation is at its highest level for decades, and long-term illnesses are playing a major role another factor is the low wage earnings of workers … Continue reading Bank of England Issues Warning on UK Financial Instability
The government is providing £400 to help households with rising fuel bills. Customers paying by direct debit or “smart” prepayment devices will receive the money automatically, while others will receive a voucher they can redeem at a local Post Office. … Continue reading Government Help is trying to ease Energy Prices
After hearing Sue Gray’s report about lockdown-busting parties in Downing Street and Whitehall, Boris Johnson is bracing himself for a tough day. The report into the No. 10 party gatherings, to which 126 penalty notice fines have been issued to … Continue reading Full Sue Gray Report is now released to PM
The UK government recently announced that it will spend up to £23 million to create up to 2,000 artificial intelligence (A.I.) scholarships across England. This will help those with non-STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) degrees get into master’s programmes. … Continue reading UK’s Artificial Intelligence Ten Year Strategy
The long awaited report on the parties that took place in 2020 in Downing Street, is still a matter for the conclusion of the police’s investigation, but today the Cabinet Office has released an update on the findings of the … Continue reading Sue Gray’s Cabinet Office ‘PartyGate’ Update Report is Released online