UK Covid live: work from home guidance to be lifted on 21 June, Johnson indicates

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Mark Drakeford has been reconfirmed as first minister of Wales, at the first meeting of the Senedd since last week’s election, the BBC reports.

Welsh Labour leader Mark Drakeford backed by Senedd to continue as first ministerhttps://t.co/LhoRWngrhb pic.twitter.com/nDMbzxy1JT

Earlier David Allen Green, the lawyer and FT legal commentator, posted a thread on Twitter about county court judgments (CCJs) and the story about the PM’s debt. He says that, to get the judgment set aside, Johnson will have to show that he did not owe the money and that he acted promptly. This may be difficult given that the CCJ was issued in October, Allen says. The thread starts here.

CCJs and the PM

– an explanatory thread

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Note the No 10 spokesperson quote implies that the claim *was* properly served – it was just not dealt with in time

So: Johnson’s disorganisation is the likely explanation for the CCJ

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