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  • Italian election 2018: New Eurosceptic ALLIANCE in Italy could pose a THREAT to the EU

    March 15, 2018 5:43 AM 10

    THE TWO Eurosceptic Italian populist parties have spoken on the phone for “a frank and kind call” which could mean the beginning of a Eurosceptic alliance and a huge threat to the European Union, it has been revealed. Tito Boeri, President of the Italian Social Security Agency, said the EU’s founding member has been “split in half” after voters shunned

  • ‘Stop Foreign Aid NOW!’ David Cameron makes DESPERATE APPEAL to save UK taxpayer money

    March 15, 2018 5:36 AM 14

    DAVID CAMERON has made a desperate appeal against providing foreign aid to countries that are “not even achieving the basic norms of governance” to save UK taxpayer funds, it has emerged. The former prime minister made the claims while appearing in front of a US congressional committee - he was there to discuss actions to help “fragile” regions. He stated

  • World War 3: Theresa May sends WARSHIPS to combat ‘Russia THREAT’ in MILITARY DRILLS

    March 15, 2018 1:49 AM 15

    THERESA MAY has sent Navy warships to take part in a large-scale military drill in a desperate effort to combat “increasingly aggressive military activity”, it has been revealed. The military exercise is being led by NATO forces and will be conducted off the coast of Sicily. Dubbed “Dynamic Manta 2018”, the operation will involve the US and the UK along

  • ‘UK has chosen CONFRONTATION’ Putin issues WW3 warning over Russian spy attack row

    March 15, 2018 12:01 AM 15

    VLADIMIR Putin's foreign ministry in Russia has hit back at Theresa May's decision to expel Russian diplomats from the UK warning that Prime Minister has chosen "confrontation" with Moscow as tensions soar. Russia's foreign ministry said Theresa May's statement was "flagrant provocation" and the UK Government had chosen "confrontation" with Vladimir

  • EU civil war: United front CRUMBLES as Tusk SHUTS DOWN European Parliament Brexit plan

    March 15, 2018 12:01 AM 10

    EUROPEAN Council boss Donald Tusk shut down European Parliament Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt after he set out plans for an "association agreement" to keep Britain closer to the bloc as the EU's united front crumbles. Arch-federalist Guy Verhofstadt unveiled splits in the European Union with his proposals for a much softer Brexit arrangement between

  • Knifeman flees Shepherdswell Co-op after robbery attempt

    March 15, 2018 12:00 AM 13

    A masked knifeman fled the scene after threatening staff at a supermarket in an attempted robbery. Police were called to the Co-op in Eythorne Road in Shepherdswell, near Dover, at around 8.15pm yesterday. A man is said to have entered the shop and demanded cash from the till while wielding an eight-inch kitchen knife. But the shop assistant refused

  • Emily Ratajkowski Instagram: Model poses naked in bathtub snap after THAT topless photo

    March 14, 2018 7:01 PM 15

    EMILY RATAJKOWSKI regularly sends her Instagram fans into a spin with her sensational snaps and her latest one is sure to get their pulses racing once more as she posed completely naked in the bath. Emily Ratajkowski couldn’t resist sharing the nude photo with her 16.8 million Instagram followers today. As she enjoyed a relaxing bath, the model flashed

  • What’s the answer, Sir David?

    March 14, 2018 6:15 PM 10

    PUPILS from three schools and York College will get the chance to question Sir David Attenborough when he visits Yorkshire Museum next week. Classes from Ralph Butterfield Primary School, Westfield Primary Community School, St Lawrence’s C of E Primary School and the college beat more than 280 other entries for the privilege in a competition run by York Museums

  • Old pictures of the Bolton to Blackburn railway line

    March 14, 2018 5:05 PM 9

    WE continue our look at old railway photographs with a focus on the Bolton to Blackburn line. One picture shows passengers transferring to a bus replacement service in 1992. However, this was not caused by work on the line, but by bricks falling from the Sough tunnel on to the tracks. One of the photographs shows the creation of Hall i’th’ Wood station

  • Family of murdered Ohio State University psychology student, 21, weep in court as sex offender is found guilty of kidnapping, raping and killing her on what would have been her 23rd birthday

    March 14, 2018 4:31 PM 4

    A registered sex offender could face the death penalty after he was convicted Tuesday of raping and killing an Ohio State University Student. On what would have been Reagan Tokes 23rd birthday, her family members wept in court as a Franklin County jury found Brian Golsby of the then 21-year-old. At the time she was killed, Reagan was just three months