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GMB host Susanna Reid wows fans as she shows off golden pins in flirty dress
Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid put on a rather leggy display as she showed off her long, slender pins in a forest green frock accompanied with white stilettos.Ahead of her appearance on the popular ITV programme, the 51-year old gave her followers a treat by heading to her Instagram account to show off her alluring outfit for the day.Appearing to be all smiles in the photo, Susanna allowed her radiant beauty to captivate her fans as she showcased her bronze legs.Teasing her brunette locks to sit effortlessly on her shoulders, the star also posted a close-up photo beside her full-glam snap.Susanna's makeup was applied perfectly as she added a light pink lipstick to her pout.Captioning the pic, the GMB post shared where she got her dress from and simply penned: "WEDNESDAY Dress @coastfashion."Fans of the star certainly loved what they saw and dashed to the comment section to share their thoughts on her eye-catching look.One of her followers commented: "Happy Wednesday Susanna! Love the dress and you’re looking fabulous as always."Another wrote: "Wow Susanna you really can wear any colour, absolutely Beautiful."A third impressed fan penned: "Lovely dress on you looking stunning."Meanwhile a fourth said: "You were looking amazing today but to be honest not seen you have a bad day."On Wednesday morning's GMB, Susanna challenged a government minister over claims Prime Minister Boris Johnson was unaware of a party he attended at Downing Street while Covid rules were still in place.Appearing beside her co-host Adil Ray, Susanna reminded the Minister for the Armed Forces James Heappey that Johnson was the one who set the rules.The morning host asked James: "We have a massive distraction caused by the Prime Minister,
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GMB's Adil Ray takes savage swipe at Boris Johnson as he returns to ITV breakfast show
Boris Johnson upon his return to Good Morning Britain.The 47-year-old comedian was back on our screens for the first time this year on Tuesday morning alongside regular host Susanna Reid.Conversation quickly turned to the fact that Mr Johnson has called for "workplace alcohol ban" inside Number 10 Downing Street after "Partygate".Adil and Susanna welcomed former Dragons' Den star Declan Ballatyne and The Apprentice winner Tim Campbell to join the discussion. Before the segment, Adil was seen wheeling in a suitcase full of alcohol stating: "I'm ready for work now."He continued: "I'd be welcomed to Downing Street with this."Susanna agreed as Adil offered broadcaster Charlotte Hawkins an alcoholic beverage.Mr Johnson is understood to have discussed the illicit parties that were held within Downing Street with the Cabinet Office's Sue Gray, who is leading the inquiry ahead of its publishing which could come as early as this week.Whitehall appears to already be bracing for Ms Gray's findings, with the Prime Minister launching a pre-emptive 'policy blitz' in an attempt to push back against the biggest crisis he has endured since taking office in 2019.An end to Downing Street's drinking culture has been mooted as a large part of a wider policy shake-up dubbed Operation Red Meat in the wake of the party scandal.
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Boris Johnson claims “nobody told me” Downing Street party was against COVID rules
Boris Johnson has claimed that he wasn’t informed that a Downing Street garden gathering that’s been alleged to have been party was against COVID rules at the time.The Prime Minister said in a new interview that he “humbly apologises” to people for “misjudgements” that were made, but that he wouldn’t have attended the gathering on May 20, 2020, if he thought it broke the rules.He told Sky News today (January 18): “I’m saying categorically that nobody told me, nobody said this was something that was against the rules, doing something that wasn’t a work event because frankly, I can’t imagine why it would have gone ahead, or it would have been allowed to go ahead if it was against the rules.”"I carry full responsibility for what took place, but nobody said to me that this was an event that is against the rules."Boris Johnson recalls what he remembers about an alleged party in the Downing Street garden during lockdown.Latest: https://t.co/lE3sSg2vbt pic.twitter.com/k50uWKeYmD— Sky News (@SkyNews) January 18, 2022Under the rules that applied at the time of the alleged party, which dozens of Downing Street staff were invited to in an email sent by principal private secretary Martin Reynolds, people in England were subject to “not meeting up with any more than one person from outside your household” [via FullFact].The law in May 2020 said “no person may participate in a gathering in a public place of more than two people” unless it was for one of a number of stated reasons. These included when the gathering was “essential for work purposes” or “all the persons in the gathering are members of the same household”.
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson Hon FRIBA (born 19 June 1964) is a British politician, writer, and former journalist serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2019. He was Foreign Secretary from 2016 to 2018 and Mayor of London from 2008 to 2016. Johnson was Member of Parliament for Henley from 2001 to 2008 and has been MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip since 2015. Ideologically, Johnson identifies as a one-nation conservative.