'Wine time Fridays' heap pressure on British PM Boris Johnson
for which they installed a specially bought wine fridge, according to a report on Saturday (Jan 15).The report in the Daily Mirror newspaper caps a torrid week of revelations about lockdown breaches in Downing Street that saw Mr Johnson's office forced on Friday to apologise to Queen Elizabeth.
The drip-feed threatens to overshadow reported plans by Mr Johnson to relaunch his embattled premiership, starting witha relaxation of ongoing pandemic restrictions later in the month.Whether Mr Johnson and his staff knowingly broke the law during prior lockdowns is the central question being addressed in an inquiry by senior civil servant Sue Gray, who could report back next week.Read more: ST Foreign Desk »
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UK PM Johnson's office partied as queen mourned death of husbandLONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's staff partied in Downing Street as Queen Elizabeth mourned her husband of 70 years, at a time when mixing indoors was banned for people from different households, The Daily Telegraph reported. Lol
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No ‘significant progress’ in implementing Asean’s Five-Point Consensus on Myanmar: PM Lee to PM Hun SenSINGAPORE — There has not been “any significant progress” in the implementation of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations' (ASEAN) Five-Point Consensus on Myanmar since its adoption last year, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong noted during a video call with his Cambodian counterpart on Friday (
No ‘significant progress’ in implementing ASEAN’s Five-Point Consensus on Myanmar: PM Lee to PM Hun SenSINGAPORE: There has not been “any significant progress” in the implementation of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations' (ASEAN) Five-Point Consensus on Myanmar since its adoption last year, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong noted during a video call with his Cambodian counterpart on Friday (Jan 14). lvandenassum Birds of the feather flock together! Dialogues can only be done with those who understand human language & dignity Only place MAH & slaves to go; CIJ_ICJ OurGovernmentNUG NoFlyZoneInMyanmar 2022Jan15Coup WhatsHappeningInMyanmar lvandenassum Respect Mr.Lee for your steadfast stance and benevolent leader not rouge leader🙏🙏🙏 Thank you Mr Lee. Thank you for your righteous.