Rishi Sunak has been urged to sack Suella Braverman after the No 10 admitted her comments in an article published by The Times had not been approved.
The Home Secretary accused the Metropolitan Police of “playing favouritism” with protesters, after the force decided not to call for a ban on a pro-Palestinian march planned for Armistice Day.
Separately, the White House said Israel will announce daily four-hour “humanitarian pauses” in northern Gaza to allow civilians to flee. President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have been in talks this week aimed at ensuring his safe departure.
Suella Braverman’s work in balance as number 10 investigates article
Rishi Sunak is face calls to fire Suella Braverman after he accused police of “playing favoritism” with protesters. Downing Street said at lunchtime that the Prime Minister had full confidence in the Home Secretary.
However, number 10 admitted that his comments in an article published by The Times had not been approved and was now seeking to “establish the details” about how the article was published.
Israel agrees to daily pause in fighting, US says
Israel will announce Daily four-hour “humanitarian pauses” in northern Gaza to allow civilians to flee, the White House said. The breaks will be announced three hours before they start and will begin Thursday, according to national security spokesman John Kirby.
He said: “The Israelis have told us that There will be no military operations in these areas. during the duration of the pause, and that this process begins today.”
Spanish right-wing politician shot in the face by gunman on a motorcycle
A former Spanish right-wing politician has been shot by an unknown assailant on a motorcycle in the exclusive Salamanca neighborhood of Madrid.
Alejo Vidal-Quadras, former leader of the conservative Popular Party in Catalonia, 78, founder of the far-right party Vox, was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance. He is said to be conscious and in stable condition.
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Business news: Shell sues Greenpeace for £1.7m as boss Wael Sawan doubles down on oil and gas
Shell is suing Greenpeace for £1.7m after a group of protesters occupied one of the oil giant’s ships in the North Sea earlier this year. Procedures have been initiated as CEO Wael Sawan plans Reduce investment in renewable energy. to increase profits.
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