Le notizie di oggi sul The Independent

One Irish parliamentarian claimed Boris Johnson had overseen ‘the lowest ebb’ in Anglo-Irish relations since the Good Friday Agreement.
The PM appointed a new-look Cabinet and intends to remain in No 10 until a new Tory leader is elected.
The Labour leader arrived at the SW19 grounds after midday on Thursday to watch matches on Centre Court.
‘I’d like to plead guilty, your honour. But there was no intent. I didn’t want to break the law’
Labour threatens to hold confidence vote if PM ‘clings on’ to power
Crimo had threatened to ‘kill everyone’ in his home three years before shooting