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November 12, 2018 4:34 PM Labour MP Fiona Onasanya denies lying to police over speeding offence

Fiona Onasanya and her brother are accused of misinforming police about who was responsible for driving a speeding vehicle. Fiona Onasanya, who represents Peterborough, is standing trial with her brother Festus, 33. The pair are accused of misinforming Cambridgeshire Police about who was responsible for driving a speeding vehicle in July 2017. It is alleged 28

November 7, 2018 1:24 PM Scotland's plot to REVERSE Brexit heard in top European court

A LEGAL case to reverse Brexit has made its way to the European Union’s top court. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) will decide whether the UK can withdraw its decision to leave the EU without needing approval from Brussels. Two Scottish MEPs and two MSPs argue the UK should try to establish a legal right to stop Brexit regardless of whether the rest of the EU members 77

November 2, 2018 5:09 PM HS2 archaeologists begin exhuming 60,000 bodies to make way for high speed railway

ARCHAEOLOGISTS have begun controversial excavation work at a 230-year-old London cemetery which is likely to unearth 60,000 skeletons, as well as a treasure trove of history, to make way of the new HS2 high speed railway link between London and Birmingham. The remains of 1,200 people have been exhumed so far, with new pictures showing painstaking work to remove 55

November 2, 2018 12:34 PM Macron under fire: President ‘invented enemy to MANIPULATE’ EU public opinion

EMMANUEL Macron has come under fire for comparing rising nationalism in Europe to “leprosy” with critics accusing the French President of trying to sow uncertainty and manipulate public opinion ahead of the upcoming European Parliament elections. The latest clash come as Europe gears up for crunch parliamentary elections next May, which have already 79

November 2, 2018 11:00 AM REVEALED: THIS is the date when UK parliament will get to VOTE on the final Brexit deal

PARLIAMENT will have to wait until Christmas Eve to get a vote on the final Brexit deal if an agreement is secured in December, a BBC journalist revealed. BBC journalist Laura Kuenssberg warned that MPs will have to wait until Christmas eve for a vote on the Brexit deal should an agreement be secured in December. EU leaders warned at the last Brussels 40

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 10:40 PM David Davis predicts 'terror will win' and prevent no-deal Brexit

The former Brexit secretary thinks an agreement could be reached in Brussels - but quashed in Westminster. Revealing his opinion on the outcome of talks with Brussels, he guessed Britain would succumb to the "irrational fear" of a "no deal" divorce. The former Brexit secretary thought a deal would be struck but it could be brought down in parliament 67

October 30, 2018 5:46 PM Former Brexit minister highlights KEY issue with EU 'gravy train' in FURIOUS Brexit rant

FORMER Brexit minister David Jones said one of the key reasons behind the Brexit vote was because British people became aware of the “absolute unaccountability” of the European Commission. The Tory Brexit supporter ridiculed the European Union “gravy train” before launching a furious rant at the European Commission. Speaking to Express.co.uk, Mr Jones 47

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 35

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 55