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July 22, 2018 1:26 AM Dominic Raab threatens to WITHHOLD £39billion divorce bill if EU rejects trade deal

DOMINIC Raab has declared the UK will refuse to pay the £39 billion EU divorce bill if Brussels fails to agree to a viable trade deal, in a stark warning to the bloc. The new Brexit Secretary, who made his first speech in Brussels this week, declared the UK’s payment of the huge exit fee is dependent on the EU fulfilling its obligations to the negotiations 6

July 21, 2018 9:20 PM OIL PRICE CRISIS: Oil prices RISE despite US-China trade war fears

OIL prices rose yesterday as a weakening dollar and lower-than-expected August oil exports from Saudi Arabia supported the market, offsetting concerns about US-China trade tensions and supply increases. Lower oil demand in the US and China caused by an economic slowdown due to the trade spat between the two countries would likely weigh heavily on markets 9

July 21, 2018 6:00 AM York Council to ask Crime Commissioner for more funding for police

THE chief executive of City of York Council will be asked to write to the Police and Crime Commissioner to ask for extra funding for the police and fire service. Councillors raised concerns about cuts to frontline services at a full council meeting on Thursday evening, when Cllr Ashley Mason, vice chairman of North Yorkshire Police and Crime Panel and Liberal 7

July 19, 2018 10:59 PM Ryanair flight cancellations to hit UK and Ireland routes

A strike by Ryanair pilots is set to go ahead on Friday resulting in the cancellation of 24 flights between the Republic of Ireland and the UK. It is the second of three 24-hour strikes involving Ireland-based pilots directly employed by Ryanair. The pilots' union said that talks on Wednesday between the two sides did not lead to any "material change" 8

July 18, 2018 11:01 PM Did you say something, Boris? May IGNORES Johnson rant as rebels 'COME TO THEIR SENSES'

BORIS Johnson yesterday issued a passionate plea to Theresa May to tear up her "miserable" Brexit plan and restore the "glorious vision" of a truly independent future for Britain outside the EU. In a plea to the Prime Minister, he said: "The problem is not that we failed to make the case for a free trade agreement of the kind spelt out at Lancaster House 11

July 18, 2018 11:00 AM Police urge public to be wary after man attempts to photograph toddler in Promenade Park

POLICE have encouraged parents to be alert after reports a man attempted to take photos of a toddler in Promenade Park. Police say the incident, reported by a dad from Southend, is being treated as “isolated” but encouraged people to be alert. A spokesman for Essex Police said: “This was reported to have happened at around 4.45pm and was reported to us at 6.32pm on July 15. “The man was challenged 6

July 17, 2018 1:33 PM Take dangerous slime toys off shelves says Nuxley Toys manager after Which? investigation

Dangerous slime should be taken off shelves "straight away" according to a toy shop owner after an investigation raised safety concerns. Parents have been warned to approach children's slime toys with caution due to a potentially dangerous chemical. Consumer watchdog Which? found some contain levels of boron more than four times the EU safety limit 6

July 15, 2018 2:58 AM Private referrals by NHS soar 600%

THE NUMBER of patients referred to private hospitals by NHS bosses has surged by nearly 600 per cent over the last decade as an under-staffed health service buckles under unprecedented demand, figures reveal. Alarmed campaigners fear it is another example of creeping privatisation in the NHS and the figures follow a government health watchdog report 7

July 13, 2018 6:18 PM Majorca TOURIST CRACKDOWN: Palma ‘being RUINED’ as city sets LIMIT on number of tourists

MAJORCA's government has announced plans to limit the number of tourists arriving to the island’s biggest city, Palma de Majorca, after local Mayor Antoni Noguera expressed outrage at chaos caused by influx of holiday makers to the Spanish holiday hotspot. Mr Noguera declared plans to restrict the number of available hotel rooms and guests beds in from 80,000 to 65,000, in a bid to place 9

July 13, 2018 1:03 AM Middle East officials in Moscow plea with Putin: 'Don't sign deal with AIR-HEADED US'

The RUSSIAN capital is filling up with officials from the Middle East who are set to meet with President Putin before his talks with Trump in Helsinki later this week in a desperate bid to avoid any deal being agreed between the two countries. But some experts have warned about any future deal between Russia and the US, labelling America “an air-headed 14