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November 26, 2018 10:39 AM Rees-Mogg makes SHOCK border revelation

JACOB Rees-Mogg has today revealed that Theresa May’s vocal commitment to ensuring control over UK borders may not, in fact, be so secure after all. “But as the House of Lords made clear in its report of March 2017, if we left without the withdrawal agreement we didn’t owe any money at all.” The news came as Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt refused to rule out the Government 40

November 22, 2018 3:50 PM Commons ROARS as May SAVAGES Corbyn – ridicules Labour Party's six tests point-by-point

LABOUR PARTY leader Jeremy Corbyn claimed the Brexit deal reached between the UK and EU last week does not pass Labour’s six tests but Prime Minister Theresa May fired back and ridiculed the six tests point-by-point. Theresa May addressed the Commons on Thursday as she attempted to sell her Brexit deal after it was revealed both EU and UK officials had agreed 43

November 21, 2018 7:16 AM Russian Alexander Prokopchuk loses out on top Interpol job after row

The global crime fighting organisation elects a South Korean after concerns are raised about having the Russian general in charge. Kim Jong Yang will become the new head of the global crime fighting organisation. Current vice president Major General Alexander Prokopchuk had been in the running for the top job after the incumbent, China's Meng Hongwei 74

November 21, 2018 12:01 AM BREXIT BETRAYAL: Fishing boss FIGHTS back with STERN warning for Theresa May

THE British fishing industry is “worried sick” that the Government will make “the biggest mistake the country has ever done” and keep Britain tied to the European Union's controversial Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) after Brexit, warned fishing boss June Mummery. Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly promised that Britain will leave the European Union’s 53

November 20, 2018 5:42 AM ‘I don’t take back those words’ Brexiteer stands firm in call for no-confidence vote

A BREXITEER MP reaffirmed his call for the House of Commons to hold a vote of no-confidence against Theresa May over her proposed Brexit deal. Simon Clarke told BBC Newsnight on Monday he does not regret his call for a vote against Theresa May’s premiership. When asked whether the process was dead since the 1922 Committee did not receive the required 35

November 20, 2018 1:01 AM How Labour leader ‘ATTACKED’ Tories over EU membership

FORMER Labour Party Leader Neil Kinnock recalls how he was against the Conservative Government run by Edward Heath. On 23 June 2016, Britain voted to leave the European Union. Britain had joined the European Economic Community (EEC) – or the Common Market, as it was widely known – on 1 January 1973. After two failed attempts in the 1960s, success was finally 46

November 17, 2018 9:37 AM Brexit battle kills democracy as EU’s imperial army wages war

Congratulations Theresa May for stopping Brexit. The big problem for her is that people noticed, chiefly the millions who voted for Brexit and secondly a few of the public servants whose job was to make it happen, notably members of her Cabinet who saw the binary choice on offer and resigned. You are either in the EU or out of it. May’s withdrawal Bill is a deal to stay in. Over 17 million 64

November 16, 2018 4:23 AM ‘How DARE you!’ Claire Perry attacks Labour MP claiming May has no ‘honour’ or ‘decency’

CLAIRE Perry ferociously defended Theresa May after a Labour MP took aim at the Prime Minister and claimed that she had no “honour” or “decency” for not resigning after her Brexit withdrawal plan drew widespread outrage. During a heated confrontation on BBC Question Time, Ms Perry defended the Prime Minister against criticism from Labour MP Barry Gardiner 40

November 15, 2018 12:36 PM Brexit timeline – What happens next in the run-up to the UK leaving the EU?

The Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a tough battle to see her vision of Brexit through the House of Commons. What is the timetable for the next few months before the United Kingdom leaves the European Union? MPs could be given a so-called meaningful vote on the agreement. The Prime Minister will face a major battle to win over enough support in the Commons 42

November 14, 2018 7:12 PM Sky News host Adam Boulton SWEARS live on-air amid day of Brexit CHAOS on Downing Street

SKY NEWS host Adam Boulton was filmed swearing live on-air during a shocking outburst following a day of chaos at Downing Street. The experienced Sky News journalist, 59, and Editor at Large was filmed swearing on live TV outside Number 10 Downing Street. It comes amid a day of chaos during confusion over whether the Prime Minister would deliver a press 43