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September 18, 2018 11:01 PM Corbyn has FURIOUS row with Deputy after conference SNUB

LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn had a fiery shadow cabinet clash with deputy leader Tom Watson ahead of the Party’s conference in Liverpool next week, after Mr Watson was denied a top speaking slot in a provocative snub. During the row Mr Watson accused one of Mr Corbyn’s top aides of leaking to a left-wing blog, whilst six Labour frontbenchers hit back accusing 7

September 18, 2018 7:37 AM US imposes new tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods

The US is imposing new tariffs on $200bn (£150bn) worth of Chinese goods as it escalates its trade war with Beijing. These will apply to almost 6,000 items, marking the biggest round of US tariffs so far. Handbags, rice and textiles will be included, but some items expected to be targeted such as smart watches and high chairs have been excluded 8

September 14, 2018 10:59 AM Gina Miller rules out running for Liberal Democrat leadership with warning against a new political party

The woman who ensured MPs had the power to trigger Article 50 launches a new campaign to publish "unspun facts" about Brexit. The businesswoman and Remain campaigner insisted neither she nor the party had discussed the idea of her replacing Sir Vince Cable. Asked by Sky News if she would run when he steps down, Ms Miller said: "No I wouldn't. "I have much more to do both in my work of transparency 10

September 13, 2018 7:10 AM Spain says Gibraltar row will NOT stand in way of Brexit as minister panics over no-deal

A BREXIT deal will not be held up by disputes over Gibraltar, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said as he warned of the turmoil his country would face over a no-deal. More than 300,000 UK citizens are living in Spain and Spanish companies are heavily invested in the UK economy. The EU terms of the guidelines on Brexit negotiations gives Spain a veto on whether 6

September 12, 2018 8:30 AM Skripal poisoning: Putin says suspects 'civilians, not criminals'

The two suspects in the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter are civilians, not criminals, Russian President Vladimir Putin says. The UK government named them as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, and said they were from Russia's military intelligence service, the GRU. Mr Putin said his government had found the pair and he hoped 10

September 10, 2018 3:17 PM Vick Hope will perform jive in Strictly ‘baptism of fire’

Strictly Come Dancing favourite Vick Hope will dance the jive in a “baptism of fire” in her first performance on the show. The Capital Breakfast host was told live on air by her professional dancer partner Graziano Di Prima that they would be dancing to Feel It Still by American rock band Portugal. The Man. Hope, 28, told Capital FM presenters she had been hoping 20

September 10, 2018 7:00 AM Extra parking spaces needed near Southend Hospital

MAJOR changes are being proposed to parking charges surrounding Southend Hospital - and residents in neighbouring roads fear they may lose their resident spaces. A comprehensive change to the parking scheme surrounding Southend Hospital is set to be discussed by Southend Council’s traffic and working party on Thursday. The council has stated that due to an increase 11

September 10, 2018 2:20 AM Boris so pensive as trouble brews over his love life

Boris Johnson looks like a man with plenty on his mind as he sits alone with his thoughts yesterday. He resorted to the quintessential British pick-me-up – a cup of tea in his garden – as he fiddled with his mobile phone, toying with the prospect that he had lost any hope of making a Tory leadership bid and seeing his marriage collapse around him. The photos 8

September 9, 2018 12:24 AM Last Night of the Proms SABOTAGED by REMOANERS who politicise music event with EU flags

THE LAST Night of the Proms has been sabotaged by a horde of Remoaners who flooded the Royal Albert Hall with EU flags and burrets as part of an anti-Brexit protest. The end of Britain’s world famous classical music festival wouldn’t be the same without its famously British traditions. Each year, the audience within the Albert Hall mark the end of the festival 11

September 8, 2018 2:54 PM David Silva opens up on struggles when son Mateo was born prematurely

David Silva opens up on struggles when son Mateo was born prematurely: 'I didn't sleep much, I wasn't eating well… football was a really good escape' David Silva has opened up on the most testing time of his life after his son was born five months prematurely last December. There was nothing Silva could do while his son, Mateo, was in hospitla fighting 13