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December 10, 2018 12:05 AM Boris Johnson sets out new plan to SAVE BREXIT

FORMER Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has set out his plan to save Brexit ahead of tomorrow’s crunch vote on Theresa May’s EU exit agreement, insisting the UK should keep half the money we’re due to send to Brussels until a free trade deal is agreed. The prominent Brexiteer laid his alternative plan in a newspaper column. Parliament is due to vote on Mrs May’s 55

December 9, 2018 1:03 PM BREXIT COMPROMISE? Ireland ‘WILL listen’ to new border proposals

THE IRISH Government is willing to listen to new “proposals and suggestions” on Brexit from Theresa May if Parliament votes down the Prime Minister’s deal on Tuesday - but warned that "listen only means listen". Irish Taoiseach (prime minister) Leo Varadkar, who has supported Mrs May’s deal since she unveiled it in November, remains loyal to Theresa 51

December 9, 2018 12:01 AM SCRAP backstop and £39 billion! Brexiteer calls on May to IMMEDIATELY get new deal from EU

BREXITEER Esther McVey called on the Prime Minister to "immediately go back to Brussels" and negotiate a new Brexit deal or prepare to come out of the European Union without an agreement and a cheaper and renegotiated implementation period. Speaking to Sky's Sophy Ridge, the former Work and Pensions Secretary claimed Theresa May's Brexit deal will fail in the House 44

December 6, 2018 8:21 AM Transfer balls: Real Madrid break rules to sign Chelsea’s Hazard

Big news for Chelsea fans is that the slowest burning seduction in football is reaching a climix: Real Madrid have agreed personal terms with Chelsea’s Eden Hazard. The BBC brings that news but supports it with no facts. Hazard is under contract at Chelsea. Do the rules permit him to agree terms with another team? Surely not. FIFA’s rules are clear 48

December 6, 2018 3:04 AM Greenhouse gas emissions produced by humans are making heatwaves 30 times more likely

Computer modelling compared actual temperatures with those that would have existed without human action. The extreme temperatures hit agriculture and infrastructure particularly hard and people were urged to cut their water usage. New computer modelling analysis compared the actual climate with that of the natural climate we would have had without human-induced 109

December 5, 2018 8:31 PM 'Do you feel GUILTY?' Former PM David Cameron QUIZZED over calling EU referendum

DAVID CAMERON was quizzed by a Sky News reporter whether he felt “guilty” for calling the Brexit vote and was also asked what he made of the Prime Minister’s Brexit agreement. Theresa May has stuck by her agreed Brexit deal with the European Union and is fighting to get the agreement through Parliament with the crucial meaningful vote on December 11. Former 66

December 5, 2018 1:11 AM Iran EXPOSED: ‘Uninspected’ secret nuclear sites REVEALED, sparking World War 3 fears

IRAN is harbouring secret “uninspected” military sites, “vital to the nuclear weapons programme”, which have gone unchecked by international governments, an Iranian dissident group has claimed in explosive documents seen by Express.co.uk. Hossein Abedini of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has spoken to Express.co.uk about his group’s 98

December 5, 2018 12:47 AM Brexit SHAMBLES: Former chief whip to vote AGAINST May’s deal after 13 years of loyalty

FORMER chief whip Mark Harper will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal after 13 years of loyalty, warning the plan “threatens the integrity of our country” and breaches the Conservative manifesto. Previously a supporter of the Prime Minister, Mr Harper claims the Withdrawal Agreement “leaves the UK in a worse position than we are now”. Former chief 53

December 4, 2018 4:44 PM Gibraltar 'INVASION': Spanish WARSHIP arrives BLARING Spanish national anthem

A SPANISH warship has illegally sailed in UK waters blasting the Spanish anthem as it passed Gibraltar on Tuesday, following backlash between the Spanish Government and the UK over Theresa May's Brexit deal. Referring to a drive for co-sovereignty over the Rock, which has been British since the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, he then said: “We will talk about 48

December 4, 2018 10:18 AM Carney warns no-deal could see 10% shopping bill hike

The Bank of England governor set out his view of the expected impact of crashing out of the EU without a withdrawal agreement as he appeared before MPs on the Treasury select committee. Food prices would be expected to see a sharp one-off rise as the impact of new tariff barriers and a plunge in the pound takes effect, he said. "In the most extreme scenario 89