Driving the Day

The news stories that are driving the news and political agenda for Monday 30th December.

by Political News on 30 December 2019 10:59

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The Sun – Trevor Kavanagh: Clever king rat Boris Johnson is ready to wield his axe against Cabinet ministers, Supreme Court judges and the BBC

The Guardian - Rebecca Long-Bailey makes her opening pitch for Labour leadership

Bloomberg - Johnson Won’t ‘Die in a Ditch’ Over Brexit Timeline, Hogan Says

Politico - Greta Thunberg calls Trump criticism ‘just funny’

BBC News - Bank of England chief Mark Carney issues climate change warning

The Jewish Chronicle - Antisemitic graffiti daubed in Belsize Park and Hampstead, including on shul

The Independent - Attacks on children in war zones almost triple since 2010

Daily Mail - High Street's worst year in quarter of a century: Shops shed 2,700 jobs a week in 2019 as 16,000 stores shut their doors for good

City A.M. - Small business confidence at an eight-year low

Evening Standard - Almost 13,000 homes left empty for a decade across Great Britain, figures show

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