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Cutting aid budget would hit UK influence, two former PMs say
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Britain's former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron attend a memorial service for Lord Paddy Ashdown at Westminster Abbey, in London, Britain September 10, 2019. “Abandoning the 0.7 target for aid would be a moral, strategic and political mistake,” Cameron, prime minister from 2010 to 2016 and a member of Johnson’s Conservative Party, said. The two former leaders argued that any move to cut spending on aid would undermine Britain’s position when it hosts the G7 summit in 2021. The decision comes as the country embarks on a new future outside the European Union. Blair, a Labour prime minister from 1997 to 2007 who introduced the 0.7% target, said the spending had tackled disease, boosted education and helped to increase living standards across large swathes of Africa.
Persons: Tony Blair, David Cameron, Paddy Ashdown, Chris J Ratcliffe, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Rishi Sunak, ” Cameron, Blair, , ” Johnson Organizations: Westminster Abbey, Telegraph, Johnson’s Conservative Party, European Union, Labour Locations: Westminster, London, Britain, British, Africa
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary on Friday, an occasion they were unable to share with their family during England’s current coronavirus lockdown. FILE PHOTO: Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh look at their homemade wedding anniversary card, given to them by their great grandchildren Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, ahead of their 73rd wedding anniversary, in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle, Windsor, Britain November 17, 2020. “Thank you to everyone for your kind wishes on the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s 73rd Wedding Anniversary,” Buckingham Palace said on Twitter. The couple first met when they attended the wedding of Philip’s cousin, Princess Marina of Greece, to Elizabeth’s uncle, the Duke of Kent, in 1934. “The main lesson that we have learned is that tolerance is the one essential ingredient of any happy marriage,” Philip said in a speech on their 50th wedding anniversary in 1997.
Persons: Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Philip , Duke, Prince George , Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Chris Jackson, Philip, Duke, Edinburgh’s, Buckingham, Elizabeth, Princess Marina, Duke of Kent, Princess Diana, , ” Philip Organizations: Edinburgh, Getty, REUTERS Elizabeth, London’s Westminster Abbey, Twitter, Windsor Castle, Royal Naval College, Dartmouth Locations: Windsor Castle, Windsor, Britain, Europe, London’s Westminster, London, Broadlands, England, Greece
UK Labour's ex-leader kept out of parliamentary ranks over anti-Semitism row
  + stars: | 2020-11-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn arrives for the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London, Britain March 9, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls/File PhotoLONDON (Reuters) - The former leader of Britain’s Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, will not be restored as a Labour Member of Parliament (MP) after he undermined efforts to tackle anti-Semitism, the current Labour leader Keir Starmer said on Wednesday. Corbyn was re-admitted to the party on Tuesday after being suspended for comments seen to be downplaying a report critical of Labour’s handling of anti-Semitism complaints under his leadership. However, Starmer refused to re-admit him to the Parliamentary Labour Party, meaning he would not officially represent Labour in parliament and would continue to be classed as an “independent” MP. “In those circumstances, I have taken the decision not to restore the whip to Jeremy Corbyn,” he said, using a term of parliamentary procedure.
Persons: Jeremy Corbyn, Henry Nicholls, Keir Starmer, Corbyn, energised, Starmer, “ Jeremy Corbyn’s, ” Starmer, , Organizations: Britain's Labour Party, Commonwealth Service, Westminster Abbey, REUTERS, Britain’s Labour Party, Labour, of, Parliamentary Labour Party, , Human Rights, Labour Party Locations: London, Britain
We are buzzed in and directed up a short path to Hockney's studio, a building set aside from his home. David Hockney at 80: A rare encounter with the artistThe studio -- a long, white, airy space with a staircase leading up to a gallery -- is a converted paddle tennis court. "Mr. and Mrs. Clark and Percy" (1970-1971) by David Hockney Credit: Tate“ I think in painting you can do things you can't do in photography. ” David Hockney"Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy" (1968) by David Hockney Credit: Tate, David Lambert and Rod TidnamThroughout the interview Hockney is his usual chatty, funny, contrary, bee-in-his-bonnet self. "Man in Shower in Beverly Hills" (1964) by David Hockney Credit: Tate"Domestic Scene Los Angeles" (1963) by David Hockney Credit: Private collection'I feel 30 in the studio'It's difficult to imagine Hockney not working.
Persons: David Hockney's, David Hockney, Hockney, We've, ” David Hockney, I'm, hasn't, Hockney's, Gregory Evans, Gregory wouldn't, Jenni Carter, It's, Clark, Percy, Edvard Munch, Christopher Isherwood, Don Bachardy, David Lambert, Rod Tidnam, Kitaj, Cecil Beaton, wasn't, Lucian Freud, Freud, Francis Goodman, Madame, I've, Tate, Marc Newson, David, Francesca Church, Oliver Dann, Ana Rosado, Emir Eralp, Aaron Darveniza, Fiona Sinclair Scott, David Hockney, Gregory Evans Organizations: Hollywood, Pace, Times, David Hockney Credit, Art, New, London's Tate, Pompidou Centre, Metropolitan Museum of Art, London's Royal College of Art, Merit, Westminster Abbey, Hulton, Madame Tussaud's, Keystone, Getty, Yes, CNN's Francesca Church, Oliver Dann, Ana Rosado, Emir Eralp Locations: Sunset, New York, cardigan, New South Wales, London's, London's Tate Britain, Paris, Yorkshire, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, Beverly Hills, Westminster, Bayswater, Sunset
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