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Experts and charities have raised the alarm about rising youth violence in the UK and say it could erupt over the summer, aggravated by Covid lockdowns, mental health problems and months out of education, my colleague Jessica Murray reports.
One of the more intriguing, but less commented on, revelations in Dominic Cummings’ BBC interview this week was his disclosure that Boris Johnson refers to the Daily Telegraph, his former employer, as (in Johnson’s words) his “real boss”. That prompted Tim Farron, the former Lib Dem leader, to table a written parliamentary question to the PM about his relations with his line manager.
“Boris Johnson is keen on conducting ‘government by Telegraph’, so we’re keen to know what the paper’s top brass think of the job he’s doing,” Farron said.
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