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October 30, 2018 7:03 AM Has Andrew Neil just uncovered PROOF in OBR forecast of May's REAL Brexit transition plan

ANDREW NEIL has warned the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), which is closely aligned with the Government but remains impartial, is basing its forecasts on a 24 month Brexit transition period, three months longer than the agreed transition, in a heated clash with Liz Truss. The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), which provides an independent 56

October 29, 2018 4:18 PM Budget 2018: UK opens door to Trump with e-passport gates for US and selected nations

THE 2018 Budget has see plans announced to open up e-passport gates for visitors from the US, Canada and a host of other countries as the UK makes plans for Brexit Britain. Chancellor Philip Hammond announced the plans to make it easier for travellers from the US, Japan and a number of Commonwealth nations, in a Budget to help "send a message loud and clear 39

October 29, 2018 12:53 AM Leicester helicopter crash: Pilots and staff among victims

Leicester City's owner, two of his staff members and two pilots were in the helicopter when it went down, killing all on board. Among them was the aircraft's owner, chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who turned the club around after buying it in 2010, and led the team to their unexpected Premier League title in 2016. Tributes have poured in for the Thai billionaire 54

October 28, 2018 4:48 AM Budget 2018: Extra £420m to tackle potholes

Local councils in England are to get an extra £420m to tackle a growing number of potholes. Chancellor Philip Hammond will make the announcement in Monday's budget, alongside a £28.8bn fund to upgrade England's motorways. But the Asphalt Industry Alliance has said more than £8bn would be needed for a one-time fix of potholes in England. Labour criticised 67

October 26, 2018 2:40 PM Brexit won't ruin Strictly Come Dancing

Downing Street has reassured fans of Strictly Come Dancing that the show is not at risk from Brexit, following claims by Sir Vince Cable. Sir Vince - who appeared on the the Strictly Christmas special in 2010 - said a "cack-handed" immigration policy could stop dancers from the EU appearing on the show. The Lib Dem leader made the comments after a meeting 48

October 26, 2018 11:01 AM Gang sentenced for using drones to drop drugs in prisons

Six others involved in the plot were given suspended jail terms and a community order. The sophisticated operation was headed by 31-year-old Lee Anslow who orchestrated around half of the flights from behind bars at HMP Hewell in Worcestershire. When police searched his cell they found drugs with an estimated prison value of £20,000. The value of drugs 68

October 26, 2018 7:36 AM Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell: Strictly pro speaks of 'having fun' after relationship news

JOE SUGG’S Strictly Come Dancing 2018 partner Dianne Buswell spoke out about “girls having fun” just days after a source told she is in a relationship with Joe. Joe Sugg’s Strictly Come Dancing partner Dianne Buswell, 29, announced she is going on tour with her Strictly co-stars Amy Dowden, 27, and Chloe Hewitt, 23. Taking to her Instagram 44

October 25, 2018 3:25 PM Sir Philip Green named over harassment claims

Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green has been named in Parliament as the businessman accused by a newspaper of sexual harassment. Peter Hain, who identified him in the Lords, said it was his duty to name him, given the "serious and repeated" nature of the allegations. On Tuesday, the Telegraph ran an article accusing an unnamed businessman of racial and sexual 59

October 25, 2018 8:29 AM 'Brexiteers will say they were BETRAYED' Peston GRILLS Sadiq Khan over second referendum

ROBERT PESTON clashed with the Mayor of London over the anti-Brexit march in London on Saturday where an estimated 700,000 protested for another say on leaving the European Union. “It is in those circumstances to trust the British public to choose, do we accept the bad Brexit deal, or no deal, or do we stay in the European Union.” He added: “That doesn’t 34

October 24, 2018 10:09 AM Nigel Farage REVEALS the REAL obstruction to Brexit deal that patriotic Britons voted for

NIGEL Farage claims Theresa May’s Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins is the “real” obstruction to a Brexit deal, not the EU, and argues the UK’s civil service “abandoned neutrality decades ago”. Nigel Farage reveals the real obstruction to a Brexit deal stems from Britain’s own Government, in the form of civil servant Olly Robbins. Speaking in Brussels to LBC, the former 37