Boris Johnson flies to Spain for Marbella villa holiday

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orris johnson flew to marbella on vacation in a private villa costa del solo, according to reports.

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Downing Street not denied Prime minister had traveled to Spain, and declined to say whether he was working on No. 10 or in -checkers, as is common.

PM leaves for holiday resort with pregnant wife Carrie and 17-month-old son Wilfo.

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This is his first break after Mustik’s visit last year.

Government sources told the Sun on Sunday that Mr Johnson was “tired”.

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Since his last holiday, the prime minister has battled the pandemic, nearly died of Covid-19, and welcomed his son Wilf.

However, the brakes are likely to attract criticism as it comes amid an ongoing fuel crisis and HGV driver shortage, threatening the supply chain.

Education Secretary Nadim Jahvi said on Sunday that a fast-track plan would be expanded to 2,000 locations to allow 5,000 people to train as HGV drivers.

It is hoped that the intensive “skills bootcamp” will boost the number of lorry drivers and help prevent shortages.

However the 16-week free courses won’t start until next month, meaning they will do little to ease concerns about a shortage this Christmas.

about one in six adults Britain According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), over the past fortnight have been unable to buy essential food items.

For non-essential food items the figure was as high as about a quarter, with a shortage of lorry drivers partially making up for the shortfall after Brexit cut labor supplies from the EU.

With courses supported by £17 million, Government Pledges were made that qualifying trainees would be guaranteed job interviews with a local employer.

But the first fully trained HGV drivers will not be “road ready” until February, Downing Street acknowledged.

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