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February 26, 2018 4:09 PM Here’s How Labour’s Brexit Position Could Bring Down Theresa May

Jeremy Corbyn's speech could have started a chain reaction that leads him to Downing Street. That position is a marked difference to the Government’s view, repeated by the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman this morning: “The Government will not be joining a customs union. We want to have the freedom to sign our own trade deals and to reach out into the world 46

February 26, 2018 4:07 PM Jeremy Corbyn’s goes full Blair: for the EU not the many

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tilted his head and told us that the Labour Party will seek a customs union with the European Union. Total balls, of course. The European Union won’t go for it. To keep the country trading in cahoots with the EU stomps on the votes of 17.4 millions of us who got off our arses and voted for Brexit. But the EU won’t have an independent 33

February 25, 2018 12:19 PM Sunday Show Round-Up: Customs Unions And Useful Idiots

All you need to know from the weekend in politics Keir Starmer made his party’s position very clear on the Andrew Marr Show - Labour is fully behind A Customs Union - and said it was approaching “crunch time” for Theresa May over the issue. The shadow Brexit secretary told the programme: “Obviously it’s the only way of realistically to get tariff free access 56

February 24, 2018 2:49 PM Brexiteer has BRILLIANT comeback to Europhile who claims UK needs a leader like Macron

A BREXITEER hit back after a Europhile panellist claimed the UK needs a leader similar to the likes of Emmanuel Macron. The Tory commentator insisted Britain is leaving the European Union and people "have to accept that reality". Conservative commentator Alex Deane blasted Belgian panellist Marc Roche’s claims that Britain needs to join the “Macron phenomenon 52

February 24, 2018 8:45 AM Brexiteer says UK MUST leave this key EU institution or Brexit could go DISASTROUSLY wrong

BRITAIN must leave the customs union or Brexit could go “disastrously wrong”, warned Leave supporter Tom Harwood amid fears of a cross-party plot to keep the UK tied to the EU institution. Vote Leave campaigner Tom Harwood said leaving the EU’s customs union will make goods such as clothing and food cheaper in Britain. Speaking on BBC’s Any Questions 43

February 22, 2018 5:33 PM Virgin release unlimited mobile data offer: Here are some of the UK's best SIM-only contracts

Save yourself some money and hunt for a new deal. Virgin Media has unveiled a mobile phone plan that comes bundled with unlimited data at 50Mbps, but there is a catch. Customers of Virgin TV and broadband will have access to the £25 monthly tariff which includes unlimited minutes, texts and data. If you are not a customer, you cannot get the offer 152

February 22, 2018 4:28 AM British bomb found in Sydney Harbour

Dive instructor Tony Strazzari and his friend Paul Szerenga stumbled upon the bomb at Jones Bay, Pyrmont, on Wednesday. The ADF identified it as a three-inch British Stokes Mortar, invented in WWI and varied several times before being used extensively by Australian units during WWII. The three-inch mortar bomb was produced in large quantities in various 31

February 18, 2018 10:46 AM Topshop boss Sir Philip Green 'is in talks to sell his High Street empire to Chinese textiles giant'

High Street mogul Sir Philip Green is in talks to sell of part of the Arcadia group empire. The conglomerate which owns both Topshop and Miss Selfridge, may be bought by Shandong Ruyi, a Chinese textile giant who are rapidly expanding into Europe, the Sunday Times claims. The sale would a landmark moment for the British retail industry and potentially 51

February 18, 2018 8:53 AM Dozens dead after plane crashes in southern Iran

An Iranian commercial plane has crashed in a foggy, mountainous region of southern Iran – killing all 66 people on board, state media reported. An Aseman Airlines ATR-72, a twin-engine turboprop used for short-distance regional flying, went down near its destination of the southern Iranian city of Yasuj, some 780 kilometres (485 miles) south of the Iranian 43

February 18, 2018 6:00 AM Farmer grew cannabis plants capable of producing £122,000 of the drug

A POULTRY farmer ran a cannabis production and supply centre in a farm outbuilding, York Crown Court heard. Ian Howard, prosecuting, said Peter Holtby’s plants were capable of growing enough cannabis to fetch up to £122,000 in street deals. David Camidge, defending, said the 59-year-old farmer used the drug because he found it better at dealing with his chronic 33