The five most senior judges of the UK Supreme Court have unanimously ruled that the plan to Deporting illegal immigrants to Rwanda is illegal. Delivering its verdict, Lord Reed, the president of the court, said the court had fast-tracked his sentence because of the “public importance” of the case. Read more about the reasons behind the verdict and The case of the Ministry of the Interior.
Rishi Sunak ‘faces six more censure letters’
Six more Conservative MPs are present a letter of censure under Rishi Sunak’s leadership, a former education minister has claimed. Dame Andrea Jenkyns, who sent her own letter following Monday’s Cabinet reshuffle, called on her colleagues to “bite the bullet” and sack the Prime Minister to save the party from electoral oblivion. It comes after Suella Braverman, the former home secretary, denounced Sunak in an explosive letter on Monday Do not stop small boats crossing the English Channel..
IDF ‘blows up Gaza government building’
Israeli forces have reportedly blew up a Hamas government building in Gaza. Video footage posted on social media by several Israeli media outlets appeared to show an explosion at the legislature, after which it was engulfed in columns of gray smoke. It came two days after Israeli troops were photographed inside the buildingin Gaza City.
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The FDA has given the green light to a Single-dose injection developed by a European companyfor those at higher risk of contracting the mosquito-borne disease.
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The fall in inflation has passed Jeremy Hunt a boost Less than a week before it presents its second Autumn Statement. The Chancellor’s latest assessment of the economy will be carried out in a different economic context to that of a year ago. Growth may still be elusive, but inflation is now falling sharply, rather than rising. Prices, measured by the consumer price index, rose 4.6% in the year to Octobercompared to 6.7 percent in September.
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