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‘Partygate’ scandal: Police say Boris Johnson won’t face further fines

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Police said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson would not have to pay any additional fines over the "partygate" scandal. The U.K. leader previously paid one fine over COVID-19 pandemic lockdown-breaching gatherings.
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Statement by President Joe Biden on Senate Passage of Ukraine Supplemental

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I applaud the Congress for sending a clear bipartisan message to the world that the people of the United States stand together with the brave people of Ukraine as they defend their democracy and freedom. The resources that I requested will allow us to send even more weapons and ammunition to Ukraine, replenish our own stockpile, and support U.S. troops stationed on NATO territory. And, I want to thank Leader Schumer, Speaker Pelosi, Leader McConnell, and Leader McCarthy for moving this bill quickly to ensure there is no lapse in funding for these important needs. Together with the contributions of our Allies and partners, we will keep security, economic, food, and humanitarian assistance flowing to Ukraine, across the region, and around the world, and further strengthen Ukraine — both on the battlefield and at the negotiating table. We have provided a historic…
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Letter to Certain Congressional Committees on the report on the Kingdom of Sweden’s Accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

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Dear Mr. Chairman:  (Dear Madam Chair:) I am providing the report on the Kingdom of Sweden’s Accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, prepared consistent with section 3(2)(E) of the Resolution of Advice and Consent to Ratification of the Protocols to the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949 on the Accession of Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic of April 30, 1998.                                Sincerely,                                JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR.
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Letter to Certain Congressional Committees on the report on the Republic of Finland’s Accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

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Dear Mr. Chairman:  (Dear Madam Chair:) I am providing the report on the Republic of Finland’s Accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, prepared consistent with section 3(2)(E) of the Resolution of Advice and Consent to Ratification of the Protocols to the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949 on the Accession of Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic of April 30, 1998.                                Sincerely,                                JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR.
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Remarks By President Biden, President Niinistö of Finland, and Prime Minister Andersson of Sweden after Trilateral Meeting

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Rose Garden 10:45 A.M. EDT PRESIDENT BIDEN:  Please — please, be seated.  Thank you.  It’s not only a beautiful day, this is, in my view and the view of my team, a momentous day.  It’s a very, very good day. Today, I am proud to welcome and offer the strong support of the United States for the applications of two great democracies and two close, highly capable partners to join the strongest, most powerful defensive alliance in the history of the world.  Two proud, independent countries exercising their sovereign right all states possess to decide their own security. President Niinistö, you are — and Prime Minister Anderssen [sic] — Andersson:  You’re — it’s a great honor to have both of you here at the White House as Finland and Sweden begin the process of…
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Teachers unions silent after study dismantles claim in-person learning was ‘racist’ during COVID

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Teachers unions that called a return to in-person instruction 'racist' have been silent on a Harvard study that blamed remote learning for large achievement gaps, particularly for minority students.
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