Newslinks for Tuesday 13th June 2023 | Conservative Home

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

52% : But he has now gone further by claiming that the EU would be Labour's 'number one priority' for rebuilding Britain's reputation as a world leader post-Brexit."
51% : Activists from the hardline environmental campaign group have held demonstrations every day since April 24 and have said that they will carry on indefinitely until the government stops granting new licences for gas, coal and oil.
50% : The Chancellor said on Monday that if state organisations were as efficient as the private sector, it would help the country save money and put it on a "sustainable path to lower taxes".
50% : Asked whether Hancock was right in May 2020 when he told parliament "we absolutely did throw a protective ring around social care", Whately told the Guardian she wanted to "use my own words which is that I look back on doing everything I felt that we could to help care homes and social care more broadly at an incredibly difficult time"."
50% : It came as Maria Caulfield, the health minister, warned it would "take time" before any final decision was made by the Government on changing the Equality Act.
50% : - The Times"Labour came under fire last night after frontbencher David Lammy admitted the European Union would be the party's 'number one priority' for foreign policy.
48% : - Daily Mail"Jeremy Hunt has promised to lower taxes in the future as he launched a major review on how to make the public sector more productive.
45% : "What we don't want to do is to create additional problems by changing or clarifying the Equality Act that are unforeseen," Ms Caulfield said."
42% : Caroline Nokes, a Conservative MP, said the judge in the case indicated he had believed there was a clear case for parliament to reconsider legislation surrounding abortion."

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. Bias scores are on a scale of -100% to 100% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative, and 0% being neutral. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization.

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