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October 31, 2018 3:21 PM EU must BEG Brexit Britain to STAY in a NEW Europe warns Nicolas Sarkozy

EUROPE should be bending over backwards to woo Britain back to the EU and scrap any out-of-date Euro rules which stand in the way of this, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned today. Mr Sarkozy, who was in power from 2007 to 2012 before being replaced by leftist François Hollande, said a ‘new Europe’ was needed, one which scrapped out of date rules 48

October 30, 2018 5:43 PM Marnie Simpson Reveals Why She And Casey Johnson Are Spending Time Apart Right Now

Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson has opened up a bit more about her and Casey Johnson's current break, hinting that she's hoping it's not the end for good. The lass chatted to Closer magazine about where she's at in her life rn, also admitting that she's so done with surgery. Watch the video to see Marnie Simpson and Casey Johnson answer some very personal 158

October 30, 2018 12:53 PM Budget spending hike 'a bit of a gamble' warns IFS

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) said the Chancellor would be "thanking his lucky stars" that improved forecasts from the independent fiscal watchdog had delivered the additional firepower needed to deliver the boost - mainly focused on the NHS - without having to raise taxes. But the think-tank's director Paul Johnson warned that if this deteriorated 114

October 29, 2018 4:00 PM Budget 2018 NHS spending: How is Chancellor spending £20.5bn over next 5 years on NHS?

PHILIP Hammond has announced the latest plans for tax and spending for the financial year starting in April next year, but what spending has the Chancellor announced for the NHS? NHS funding in England is to increase by £20.5bn over the next five years, Mr Hammond announced today in the Budget. “We are delivering historic £20.5bn real terms increase 43

October 28, 2018 3:35 PM Halt Universal Credit, say MPs

THE rollout of Universal Credit should be halted until the Government can ensure no more claimants are pushed "over the edge" and into debt, a committee of MPs has said. "Given the scale of challenges that many claimants face, this is woefully inadequate," the committee said. The new system has already been criticised for causing delays to people's payments 23

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 61

October 26, 2018 11:26 PM Comic Con: Cosplayers explain how they support their art

This weekend, the Excel Centre in London will be packed with superheroes, Disney princesses and anime heroes for the latest MCM London Comic Con. The event has grown significantly, with an estimated 133,000 attendees at the three-day version in October 2016, compared with a more modest 47,000 attendees only six years earlier. For those not in the know, cosplay 154

October 25, 2018 10:39 AM WTA Finals: Karolina Pliskova into semi-finals following straight-set win over Petra Kvitova

Karolina Pliskova defeated Czech compatriot Petra Kvitova in straight sets to secure her place in the semi-finals of the WTA Finals in Singapore. World number eight Pliskova, 26, won 6-3 6-4 for her first victory over Kvitova, 28, in four attempts. It is the second successive year former world number one Pliskova has reached the semi-finals at the season-ending 39

October 25, 2018 10:04 AM Man, 102, stuck on roof in Devon for three days

A 102-year-old man spent three nights on the roof of his house after falling over and getting stuck. The man, named locally as Ron Easton, was found on Wednesday on his flat roof in Bigbury-on-Sea, Devon. The former racing driver - known as "Ton-Up Ron" - was airlifted to hospital where he is in a stable condition. Trish Bagley, who delivers milk and papers 48

October 23, 2018 8:58 PM The Queen speaks publicly about Brexit for FIRST TIME

THE Queen has spoken publicly about Brexit for the first time, telling the King of the Netherlands that "as we look toward a new partnership with Europe" the values shared by the UK and Holland "are our greatest assets". Speaking at a state banquet in honour of King Willem-Alexander and his wife Queen Maxima, the Queen added that as "innovators, traders 29