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  • Jacob Rees-Mogg DESTROYS Theresa May after crushing Brexit defeat

    January 15, 2019 8:22 PM 38

    JACOB Rees-Mogg has issued his response to Theresa May suffering a mammoth defeat in tonight’s vote on her Brexit deal, losing by 230 votes, and laid out how a no deal is still possible. Jacob Rees-Mogg pointed out that a no-deal Brexit “cannot challenge the law” passed by Parliament, of leaving without a deal if a no deal was agreed. Giving his reaction

  • 'Why hasn't she RESIGNED?' Andrew Neil SAVAGES Minister over GARGANTUAN loss

    January 15, 2019 8:13 PM 31

    THERESA May’s mammoth defeat in the House of Commons this evening over the meaningful vote led BBC presenter Andrew Neil to ask why the Prime Minister hasn’t resigned - and her Health Secretary struggled to answer. Looking somewhat overwhelmed, May’s ally Mr Hancock said: “Well, there have been quite a lot of unprecedented things going on recently

  • China GROWING COTTON on Moon in LANDMARK mission to cultivate LIFE in space

    January 15, 2019 7:47 PM 33

    CHINA has started growing crops on the moon in a landmark mission, making it the first country to cultivate agriculture in space. The description reads: "After experimenting under the moon's high vacuum, large temperature difference, strong radiation and harsh conditions, mankind has grown the first plant sprout, realising man's first moon-based biological

  • DEATH OF THE HIGH STREET: ‘Stark’ outlook as online shopping hits home

    January 15, 2019 5:37 PM 32

    CLOSE to two fifths of Britons are apathetic toward the high street according to new research, which was published just weeks after British retailers suffered major losses during the festive period. UK retail sales has decreased by 0.7 percent on a like-for-like basis from December 2017, with retail giant John Lewis threatening to cut staff bonuses in light

  • Boreham Wood FC's 'weird' 1,400-word Brexit post

    January 15, 2019 5:13 PM 34

    A football club's decision to post a 1,400-word article about Brexit has been called "weird", "embarrassing" and "slightly random". Non-league side Boreham Wood posted an article entitled "MPs do your duty" on its website on Tuesday ahead of a Parliamentary vote on the Brexit deal. However, others were in favour, and one said they "now support Boreham

  • Gemma Collins: Dancing On Ice co-star speaks out on 'diva demands'

    January 15, 2019 4:01 PM 28

    GEMMA COLLINS’ eliminated Dancing On Ice 2019 co-star Mark Little took aim at the TOWIE star as he spoke out on reports of her “diva” behaviour behind-the-scenes. She received a total of 16 points out of a possible 40 from the judges, revealing she nearly fell over because she added in a hair flick which wasn’t part of the choreography. Jason Gardiner

  • MACRON CRISIS: Desperate leader considers migrant quota as Yellow Vest protest rage on

    January 15, 2019 3:58 PM 34

    FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron has been branded “irresponsible” for suggesting the introduction of “annual quotas” on migration as a topic for part of the three-month national debate aimed at mollifying yellow vest protesters. But the possible imposition of quotas floated by Mr Macron has sparked outrage – and confusion – as curbing immigration is not one of the core demands

  • Alfie Lamb death: Boy 'killed for being noisy'

    January 15, 2019 2:34 PM 27

    A three-year-old boy was fatally crushed by a car passenger seat pushed back by his mother's boyfriend who felt he was being too noisy, a court heard. Alfie Lamb went "ominously quiet" after he was deliberately squashed in the vehicle, the court heard. His mother, Adrian Hoare, 23, allegedly lied to police, telling them Alfie was in a taxi when he became

  • Adolf Hitler: Nazi leader's paintings depicting WWI Somme battlefield up for auction

    January 15, 2019 2:25 PM 20

    A PAINTING depicting a World War 1 battle scene staged at the Somme, believed to have been the work of evil Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler has emerged as going up for auction in Shropshire. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was known as a keen artist, having struggled to make a living from his work before he was imprisoned for five years in 1924 at Landsberg Prison

  • When is the vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal?

    January 15, 2019 1:17 PM 13

    After five days of debate on Theresa May's Brexit agreement, MPs will finally vote on the deal later. The final day of debate will end with a speech from the prime minister at about 18:20 GMT. But before the vote on the Brexit agreement happens, MPs will get a chance to reshape, or reject, the deal by voting on a series of amendments to it, from about