British fighters captured in Ukraine sentenced to death

Mr Johnson used the speech to announce a two-pronged reform of the housing sector, extending Margaret Thatcher’s right to purchase to housing associations and mandated a mortgage review to allow housing benefit recipients to secure mortgages more easily.

But there was also an admission from Mr Johnson that there was no “cast-iron guarantee” that the Tory Manifesto’s promise of building 300,000 homes a year would be met.

Read on to learn how the Right to Buy will work — and how it could give buyers a mortgage lifeline as they try to climb the ladder.

Last Chance Limousine

But in view of skyrocketing inflation, 50,000 railway workers on strike, record tax levels, rising debt and enormous public spending, is all this too little, too late?

They say a week is a long time in politics and Mr Johnson has done remarkably well since 41 per cent of his own Conservative peers refused to back him on Monday.

still Camilla Tominey outlines why Mr Johnson must offer Thatcher actions, not just good intentions.

In the latest episode of our planet normal Podcast, Tory peer and Johnson ally Lord Hannon warned the Prime Minister in the last-chance drawing room unless he returns to Conservative politics.

Tom Stevenson warns that skyrocketing inflation usually results in a hard landing.

Where gasoline money goes

One of the few tax cuts this government has made was the 5p per liter fuel tax cut in March.

But that has been of little help to motorists, who have seen the average cost of filling up a tank exceed £100 for the first time.

The rise in fuel prices following the Russian invasion of Ukraine has seen the Chancellor rake in an extra £4.4million a day from motorists.

Almost half the cost of filling up a car now goes towards paying VAT and fuel tax, according to the RAC.

This graph shows where your money goes when you fill up.

Here are the top 10 fuel saving tips every driver should know.

To make matters worse, gas prices rose by more than a third after a fire at a major US export terminal threatened to destroy supplies.

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The Paris police chief has admitted he may have falsely stated that up to 40,000 Liverpool fans tried to use fake tickets to get into the Champions League final. Didier Lallement confessed to being responsible for widely discredited figures cited by Home Secretary Gerald Darmanin following the chaos that engulfed football’s biggest game of the year. Testifying before a commission investigating the fiasco in the French Senate, Lallement also acknowledged the “failure” of security measures for the game at the Stade de France and apologized for tear-gasing fans when they tried to do so to enter the stadium. He also said he was “sorry” for authorizing the use of tear gas to drive away supporters.

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“I jo-yo with my weight. I binge between roles British fighters captured in Ukraine sentenced to death

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