Latest news political: the decision of Dfid is not to be taken by the Cabinet, reveals the Health secretary, while Boris Johnson is preparing for a barbecue of 1922

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BBefore that, we will see that the education Committee heard testimony on the impact of coronavirus on the education of the various unions. The president of the commission, Rob Halfon, has not hidden his opinion that the government must put an end to the stoppages, in particular for disadvantaged children. We’ll look at from 9.45 am.Then, at 11: 30, Liz Truss and Kemi Badenoch answer questions on women and equality, following the recent wave of protests Black Lives Matter and the report that confirmed the disproportionate impact of coronavirus on the communities BAME.

At 13: 15, the secretary of the international Trade, Liz Truss, will inform the deputies of the prospect of the accession of Great Britain to the general agreement and a progressive trans-pacific partnership, after the speech of the Prime minister on the Great Britain world yesterday.

To 14 h 30, the Treasury Committee hears from business groups including the british chambers of commerce, on the impact of the sars coronavirus.

And this afternoon, Mr. Johnson should be facing the committee of 1922, with a growing number of back-ban to hear his over-reliance of Dominic Cummings, and a series of decisions that they are unhappy, including the quarantine, the rule of two meters. and the inability to put in place an operational plan for the schools. Often, the clashes of 1922 and end up by being a little more than a firecracker wet – will it be different today? We will speak to the backbenchers at the time.



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