One of Boris Johnson’s aides swore live on television after a journalist tried to get the prime minister to agree to an interview.
Britain heads to the polls on Thursday and numerous presenters and pundits will be at the ready to bring the results to the public.
Broadcaster ITV has confirmed that the Prime Minister has turned down a request for a leader’s interview.
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over their rival plans for Brexit in a series of heated exchanges in the first televised debate of the General Election.
Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed Boris Johnson’s pledge to “get Brexit done” by the end of January as “nonsense”.
The SNP said its exclusion from the ITV General Election debate is depriving voters of the chance to make their own decisions.
The businesswoman at the centre of a controversy involving Prime Minister Boris Johnson says she wished he had declared their personal relationship as a potential conflict of interest to avoid her “humiliation”.
ITV enjoyed a victorious Rugby World Cup, even if the players from the Home Nations did not, as England and Wales’s strong runs in the competition boosted advertising revenues.
Frank Lampard dreams of developing Chelsea into a team with the “inspirational” qualities of England’s rugby players.