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November 19, 2018 12:40 PM Paul Gascoigne charged with sex assault on Durham train

Football legend Paul Gascoigne has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman on a train from York to Durham. The former England midfielder was arrested at Durham station on 20 August. British Transport Police said the 51-year-old has now been charged with one count of sexual assault by touching and will appear at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates' Court 7

November 19, 2018 12:19 PM Paul Gascoigne charged with sexual assault after incident on train

The former Newcastle United player, known as Gazza,, was arrested after travelling from York to Durham on 20 August. British Transport Police said the alleged assault took place on a journey from York to Durham on 20 August. Police have confirmed he has been charged with one count of sexual assault by touching. A spokeswoman for the force said: "A man is due to appear 6

November 18, 2018 3:40 PM Jacob Rees-Mogg's ERG launches dossier SLAMMING Theresa May's Brexit deal

JACOB Rees-Mogg’s Eurosceptic group has unrelieved a seven-page document savaging Theresa May’s draft Brexit deal. The European Research Group (ERG) published Your Right to Know: The Case Against Chequers and the Draft Withdrawal Agreement in Plain English three days after the Government’s 585-page draft deal with the EU was released. Mrs May’s Chequers 6

November 18, 2018 12:19 PM X Factor: Mel B reveals she 'snorted cocaine when she woke up' to 'get through' filming

X FACTOR star Mel B, 43, who judged on the ITV show’s twelfth series in 2014, said she would snort up to six lines of cocaine a day to “get through” filming for the series as she revealed she was “out of control” during her marriage to Stephen Belafonte, 43. She spoke about Stephen’s reaction to her drug use, saying he would “yell” at her and warn her to think 7

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 10

November 16, 2018 3:30 PM Judge rules White House must return access to CNN reporter Jim Acosta

US District Court Judge Timothy Kelly, an appointee of the president, announced his decision on Friday. Mr Kelly said Mr Acosta's credentials would be returned immediately and reactivated to allow him access to the White House. The journalist was accused of "unacceptable" conduct during a heated news conference with Donald Trump after the midterm elections 8

November 16, 2018 2:58 PM Brexit: What do Theresa May’s Tory enemies object to in the deal?

Theresa May's draft Brexit agreement has left some of her fellow Conservative MPs seething. There's a broad range of objection, but these are some of their key complaints. For the Brexit faithful, it all comes down to control. Esther McVey, one of two senior members of the UK government to quit because of the proposed deal, did so because it fails to "regain 8

November 15, 2018 4:00 PM Shock claim: GINA MILLER is 'the woman who SAVED Brexit'

ARCH-Remainer Gina Miller might have inadvertently helped save Brexit as it is only thanks to her battle for a "meaningful vote" in Parliament at the end of the negotiations that MPs will have the opportunity to vote down Theresa May's Brexit agreement. Brexiteers might have to thank the prominent anti-Brexit campaigner for the opportunity to stand against 9

November 13, 2018 4:30 PM Border officer caught smuggling drugs and guns

A corrupt UK border officer has been found guilty of attempting to smuggle firearms and drugs into the country. Simon Pellett, from Dover, was on duty when he was arrested by French officers in October last year. Jurors at Isleworth Crown Court heard he was caught with holdalls containing eight pistols, two revolvers, ammunition, and heroin and cocaine 6

November 13, 2018 12:28 PM Food taste 'not protected by copyright' rules EU court

The taste of a food cannot be protected by copyright, the EU's highest legal authority has ruled in a case involving a Dutch cheese. The European Court of Justice said the taste of food was too "subjective and variable" for it to meet the requirements for copyright protection. The court was asked to rule in the case of a spreadable cream cheese and herb dip, Heksenkaas 6