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July 9, 2018 3:29 PM Boris Johnson QUITS: Foreign Secretary sends May's cabinet into CRISIS

BORIS Johnson has resigned from Theresa May's Cabinet as the Prime Minister's Brexit crisis continues to worsen. Late last night Mrs May's Brexit minister David Davis also threw in the towel in protests at her Brexit policy. Downing Street said: “This afternoon, the Prime Minister accepted the resignation of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary 11

July 8, 2018 9:54 AM 'Thank you Gareth Southgate!' BBC's Marr pays BRILLIANT tribute to England manager

ANDREW MARR hilariously paid his own tribute to England manager Gareth Southgate by opening his show styling himself on the England boss’ iconic waistcoat look. The young and talented team have become the first England side to qualify for a World Cup semi-final since Italia 90, when they lost on penalties to West Germany in a heartbreaking shoot-out 13

July 8, 2018 2:58 AM £1 jab for mothers-to-be slashes cerebral palsy

A ONE-OFF £1 magnesium injection given to mothers-to-be in early labour reduces cerebral palsy cases by up to 40 per cent. All women who go into labour before 30 weeks will now be given the treatment under a scheme being rolled out by NHS England. The move, which follows a pilot study at St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol, is expected to save thousands of babies 7

July 6, 2018 4:00 AM 550 new homes planned for York

YORK council bosses have drawn up plans for hundreds of new homes on the authority’s land across the city. Former school sites at Lowfields and Burnholme are in line for development, along with old schools and care homes, a disused car park and council owned land elsewhere in the city. According to a report prepared for councillors next week, if the authority 21

July 4, 2018 7:01 PM 'CATASTROPHIC damage' Tory Brexiteer URGES May to re-judge Cabinet's Brexit positions

BREXITEER Owen Paterson has warned Prime Minister Theresa May that failure to stick to her Brexit red lines would cause "catastrophic damage to the whole political process" in Britain. Speaking to BBC News, the Tory MP claimed failing to deliver Brexit to British voters would result in a taunted integrity of the British political system. This would cause 21

July 3, 2018 4:00 AM Top councillors Dafydd Williams and Neil Barnes to stand down

TWO senior York Labour councillors are stepping down next year, it has been confirmed. Dafydd Williams and Neil Barnes, who represent Heworth and Hull Road respectively, will not stand in city council elections due next May. Both will have served for two four-year terms, and Cllr Williams was council leader for six months in 2014 and 2015. He said he was stepping 6

July 2, 2018 1:24 AM Labour is ‘plotting a new referendum’

LABOUR’S leadership and one of its major union sponsors have been accused of secretly planning to allow a second referendum to block Brexit. New evidence has emerged that the Unite union is pushing for another EU vote. And speaking on Sky News yesterday, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sidestepped questions about whether he would rule out a second referendum 10

July 2, 2018 1:14 AM Mexico election: Leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador claims victory

Mr Lopez Obrador has vowed to transform Mexico and overthrow the "mafia of power" he blames for looting the country. The former mayor of Mexico City winning between 53% and 53.8% of the vote, according to a projection by the National Electoral Institute, based on a sample of polling stations. It gave Ricardo Anaya of the conservative National Action 6

July 1, 2018 4:20 PM Forces' sweetheart: The Red Arrows are saluted by Princess Anne as they create heart-shaped smoke trail for Armed Forces Day

Princess Anne saluted the Red Arrows as they created a gigantic heart-shaped smoke trail during the Armed Forces Day parade. The parade in Llandudno, North Wales, was watched by 100,000 people including Princess Anne, Theresa May, and defence secretary Gavin Williamson. The 10th annual Armed Forces Day also featured receptions, displays, and Red Arrows 11

June 27, 2018 11:05 PM Financial watchdog examining allegations of insider dealing at Carillion

The City watchdog is probing allegations of insider dealing in shares of collapsed construction giant Carillion, it has emerged. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which is investigating events that led up to the firm’s collapse, disclosed in a letter to Labour MP Frank Field that it is “looking into” the matter. Penned by FCA chief Andrew Bailey 6