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January 16, 2019 4:45 AM Trump's White House DOUBLES cost of US government shutdown as 800,000 STILL without pay

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump’s administration has doubled the estimated cost to the US economy caused by a partial government shutdown over the Mexico border wall funding row. The US government has been partially “shut down” for the longest period in American history. The measure came into force shortly before Christmas because Trump could not secure funding 476

January 16, 2019 1:13 AM Labour hatches 2nd referendum plot after Theresa May HUMILIATED by worst defeat in HISTORY

AN ESTIMATED 100 Labour MPs are poised to stage a Brexit rebellion of their own by plotting for a second referendum, according to reports. As Theresa May begins the process of trying to find another way through Brexit, up to 100 Labour MPs will “pivot” to a second referendum today, Sky News has claimed. The move will ratchet up pressure on Jeremy Corbyn 496

January 15, 2019 10:03 AM 'You're no Brexiteer!' Piers Morgan launches fiery attack on 'former Brexiteer' MP

PIERS MORGAN hit out at Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi for “not sounding like a Brexiteer” as he attempted to persuade the ITV host to back Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Piers Morgan ridiculed Nadhim Zahawi, Parliamentary Under-Secretary within the Department for Education, for attempting to persuade the public to back a Brexit deal which is a “betrayal 139

January 15, 2019 9:14 AM ‘Nutjob’ neighbours with Brexit stockpile now seem wise and useful

A COUPLE stockpiling food and medicine for post-Brexit Britain are looking less like paranoid nutjobs and more like useful people to be friends with. Martin Bishop initially dismissed his next door neighbours as ‘total crackpots’ when they started filling their garden shed with tins of chickpeas, but now views them as people of immense wisdom and foresight 121

January 15, 2019 2:27 AM WW3 THREAT: China develops ‘impenetrable’ system too strong for hypersonic missiles

A TOP Chinese defence strategist claims to have created an “Underground Steel Great Wall” defence to nullify the threat of future hypersonic weapons destroying their arsenal. Qian Qihu, 82, won the prestigious 2018 State Preeminent Science and Technology Award due to his contributions to national defence for the system which he described as the country's 164

January 14, 2019 4:47 PM BREXIT WARNING: Airlines told to URGENTLY prepare for no deal ahead of vote on May's plan

BRUSSELS has warned the remaining 27 European Union countries that they must urgently explain how their airline licenses comply with the bloc’s rules on ownership or face losing their rights to fly after Brexit. In a letter sent last week, Violeta Bulc, the EU commissioner responsible for transport, revealed not every national government had set out detailed 138

January 14, 2019 9:12 AM New Look to slash debt by £1bn to restore profitabilty

The South African-owned company warns that conditions in the UK retail market continue to be challenging.  The company, which is closing its remaining 120 stores in China as well as 60 stores in the UK to return to profitability, said it had agreed with key shareholders to slash its debt from £1.35bn to £350m. It will raise £150m in new money to finance 125

January 12, 2019 3:38 PM Yellow Vests face Yellow Vests: Fights erupt between anti-Brexit and pro-Brexit supporters

CLASHES between pro-Brexit Yellow Vest protestors and anti-Brexit protestors has erupted at Trafalgar Square, with reports of both sides calling each other ‘Nazis’. There have been reports of fights between anti-Brexit supporters and pro-Brexit supporters on social media as both ends of the political spectrum attend the Britain is Broken march at Trafalgar 107

January 12, 2019 11:09 AM 'Brexit a pain in the a**!' Irish farmers plead EU to give into UK to avoid sector WIPEOUT

IRISH farmers have pleaded the European Commission to "step in" to avoid a no deal Brexit with the United Kingdom in fear trade tariffs could "wipe out" the Irish beef sector. Concerns are rising in Ireland about the potential risk of a no deal Brexit to the local farming industry. Theresa May is forecast to suffer a humiliating loss in Parliament as only 206 MPs are expected 111

January 11, 2019 3:55 PM Louise Redknapp pulls out of musical after fall

Louise Redknapp has been forced to pull out of the Dolly Parton musical 9 to 5 after taking a fall. The former Strictly star was walking to rehearsals on Tuesday when she fell on the street and was taken to hospital. Redknapp, who fractured her wrist, also had 10 stitches in her chin. She tweeted on Friday that "it breaks my heart to say I am having 96