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November 7, 2018 1:24 PM Scotland's plot to REVERSE Brexit heard in top European court

A LEGAL case to reverse Brexit has made its way to the European Union’s top court. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) will decide whether the UK can withdraw its decision to leave the EU without needing approval from Brussels. Two Scottish MEPs and two MSPs argue the UK should try to establish a legal right to stop Brexit regardless of whether the rest of the EU members 80

November 7, 2018 4:06 AM Midterm elections results: Ted Cruz in Texas win as Republicans secure Senate VICTORY

REPUBLICAN TED CRUZ of Texas has been re-elected for a second term in the US Senate after a neck-to-neck race against Democrat Beto O-Rourke, according to NBC News. Republicans are now virtually assured of keeping control of the Senate in the midterm elections. The race for the Texas Senate seat has been one of the most widely publicised and fiercely 77

November 5, 2018 2:43 PM ‘SHAMEFUL!’ Fury as campaign TAKES ON poppy sellers in action against 'British terrorists

FURY has erupted after “shameful” protesters launched so-called 'poppy patrols' to stop the sale of the Remembrance symbol in action against “British terrorists”. Facebook account ‘Anti Imperialist Action Ireland’ said the crackdown in the Irish city of Dublin was in a bid to “challenge” poppy sellers who “support British Imperialism”. Social media users 71

November 5, 2018 3:57 AM US-China trade war: Xi Jinping in SLY DIG at Donald Trump during MAJOR conference speech?

CHINA’s President Xi Jinping urged global leaders to resist protectionism and sought to portray his country as a champion of free trade in a speech at China International Import Expo which is seen as a sly dig at US President Donald Trump. Speaking in China’s financial hub Shangai on Monday, Mr Xi advocated for an open and inclusive economy with remarks 75

November 4, 2018 10:15 AM Ross Edgley sets record for round Great Britain swim

An adventurer from Grantham has become the first person to swim 1,780-miles around Great Britain. Ross Edgley, 33, was joined by 300 swimmers for the last mile before he arrived in Margate at about 09:00 GMT. Edgley left the Kent town on 1 June, and has not set foot on land since, swimming for up to 12 hours a day and eating more than 500 bananas 53

October 30, 2018 6:38 PM Christianity crackdown: 20 worshippers ARRESTED for PRAYING IN PARK

MORE than 20 Christians were arrested for praying in a park, after police discovered the group in public attempting to spread the word of Christianity. Under new strict laws, churches must be officially registered in China and abide a stringent set of rules set by authorities. Xi Lian, a scholar of Christianity in China at Duke University said: “Chinese 54

October 29, 2018 12:55 AM Sara Cox to present Radio 2 Drivetime show

Sara Cox will be the new presenter of the BBC Radio 2 Drivetime show, taking over from Simon Mayo and Jo Whiley. The appointment comes after Mayo, the voice of Drivetime for eight years, announced he was leaving following just a few months co-presenting with Whiley. Cox was the favourite to take over the 17:00 to 20:00 slot, having lost out to Zoe Ball for the breakfast 63

October 25, 2018 2:06 PM Khashoggi murder: Shock new footage of killers released

TURKEY has released images of two Saudis allegedly linked to Jamal Khashoggi’s murder carrying large cases. The footage has sparked speculation they could have contained the journalist’s body. The journalist’s murder has sparked a global outcry and the Saudis have given conflicting accounts of what happened to him. On October 2, he walked into the Saudi 76

October 22, 2018 1:21 PM Morrisons loses data leak challenge

Morrisons has lost its challenge to a High Court ruling that it is liable for a data breach that saw thousands of its employees' details posted online. The Court of Appeal upheld the original decision against the supermarket, issued in December 2017. Workers brought a claim against the company after employee Andrew Skelton stole the data, including salary 49

October 22, 2018 1:12 PM Morrisons faces 'vast' data leak compensation payment

The supermarket chain has lost a Court of Appeal challenge against a ruling that it was partly liable for the breach, which saw staff details posted online. Some 5,518 former and current employees said the breach had exposed them to the risk of identity theft and potential financial loss. They also said Morrisons was responsible for breaches of privacy 90