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December 3, 2018 7:58 AM Spain: Far right wins seats in Andalusia election for first time since Franco

The Vox party, which opposes illegal immigration and Catalan independence, won 12 seats in the Andalusia parliamentary elections. Vox, which opposes illegal immigration and Catalan independence, won 12 seats in the Andalusia parliamentary elections, bringing an end to three decades of socialist rule in the southern Spanish region. The party had been predicted 82

December 1, 2018 12:01 AM Switzerland could unilaterally CANCEL free movement after PUSH-BACK to EU demands

SWITZERLAND will vote on a referendum that if passed would unilaterally cancel free movement between their country and the EU unless a waiver is agreed upon within a year. The EU has insisted that their citizens be allowed to work and live freely in the non-EU Switzerland in exchange for Swiss access to the single market. However, the Swiss People’s 77

November 30, 2018 3:03 PM An Indonesian city has banned gay sex to ‘eradicate LGBT’

Pariaman in Indonesia has passed a law banning gay sex and other “acts that are considered LGBT.” The city on Sumatra island, which is home to more than 80,000 people, will issue one million rupiah (£55) fines to same-sex couples convicted of committing “immoral acts” and anyone who is found to be “acting as a transvestite,” according to AFP. Fitri Nora, head of the local 50

November 29, 2018 7:30 AM BREXIT LIVE: May’s Brexit on the BRINK

PRESSURE is growing on Theresa May with just weeks to go ahead of a crunch vote in Parliament which could see her Brexit plan destroyed. Yesterday, Bank of England governor Mark Carney was accused of stoking “project hysteria” after publishing an analysis of a no-deal Brexit’s impact of Britain’s economy. Critics rounded on Mr Carney’s “doomsday” scenario 58

November 29, 2018 6:03 AM Brexit: UK economy not ready for no deal, Mark Carney says

Large parts of the British economy are not ready for a no-deal Brexit, Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said. Fewer than half of businesses have initiated contingency plans, Mr Carney told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. He said the UK would need a transition period to adapt to whatever form of departure from the EU Parliament chose. Mr Carney 46

November 26, 2018 10:26 PM 'Don't rely on Brits getting BORED!' Radio host has STERN warning for Brexit minister

A HEATED row erupted between Brexit minister Kwasi Kwarteng and Brexiteer radio host Iain Dale after the Tory MP attempted to force Britons to accept Prime Minister Theresa May’s controversial Brexit proposal by claiming "a majority of people just want to move on”. Brexit minister Kwasi Kwarteng said he thinks the Prime Minister will get the deal through 50

November 26, 2018 10:39 AM Rees-Mogg makes SHOCK border revelation

JACOB Rees-Mogg has today revealed that Theresa May’s vocal commitment to ensuring control over UK borders may not, in fact, be so secure after all. “But as the House of Lords made clear in its report of March 2017, if we left without the withdrawal agreement we didn’t owe any money at all.” The news came as Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt refused to rule out the Government 40

November 26, 2018 6:52 AM Backup Brexit! Ministers plot new deal behind PM's back

CABINET Ministers Michael Gove and Amber Rudd are thought to be plotting an alternative Brexit plan with Labour MPs which would controversially allow free movement to continue, if the deal reached by Theresa May is rejected by Parliament. This means the UK would not regain full control over its immigration policy unless an opt-out could be negotiated 38

November 25, 2018 9:40 PM Why European Parliament President Tajani wore red lipstick for Brexit press conference

ANTONIO Tajani, the President of the European Parliament, raised eyebrows when he wore a red stripe of make up under his eye during a crucial Brexit press conference. The campaign backed by Tajani was set up by the Italian humanitarian organisation WeWorld Onlus, the players' association and the Lega Serie A - Italy's top football league. United Nations 72

November 25, 2018 1:01 PM 'Look at the HORROR!' Tony Blair SAVAGED by Andrew Marr in tense second Brexit vote row

TONY Blair was trounced by Andrew Marr as the former Prime Minister insisted a second Brexit vote would be "the only way to unite the country". The former Labour leader claimed Theresa May's Brexit deal was "botched" and a second referendum would be the only solution satisfying both Remainers and Brexiteers. But BBC host Andrew Marr confronted Mr Blair 53