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October 21, 2018 12:48 PM 'Brits want to GET ON with Brexit' Campbell CLASHES with Ridge in People's Vote march row

ALASTAIR Campbell clashed with Sky News’ Sophy Ridge during a tense interview over whether there should be another Brexit vote following the People's Vote march on Saturday afternoon which saw an estimated 700,000 people turn out to protest. On Saturday an estimated 700,000 people marched in London calling for the UK to have another Brexit vote. Remainer 7

October 19, 2018 10:00 PM Saudi Arabia: Journalist Jamal Khashoggi killed at consulate in Turkey

Eighteen Saudis are arrested and the state news agency says the kingdom "expresses its deep regret" over Mr Khashoggi's death. Mr Khashoggi, 59, went missing on 2 October during a visit to the consulate to get marriage papers and pressure had been growing on Saudi Arabia to explain his disappearance. Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor was quoted on state 7

October 18, 2018 1:32 AM 'FLAWED' Chequers plan ATTACKED by Boris Johnson and David Davis in joint Brexit assault

THERESA MAY’s proposed Chequers deal “is not Brexit” and will be “less popular than the poll tax”, according to a powerful joint attack by Boris Johnson, David Davis and other senior Brexiteers. Mr Johnson and Mr Davis both resigned from their positions in the Government, as Foreign Secretary and Brexit Secretary respectively, in protest at the Chequers 10

October 11, 2018 11:50 PM Argentina FURIOUS with UK over upcoming military drills in ‘illegally occupied’ Falklands

ARGENTINA has reacted furiously to upcoming UK military exercises in the “illegally occupied” Falkland Islands and has lodged a formal complaint with the British embassy in Buenos Aires. The exercises are scheduled to take place from October 15-29 and will involve the use of missile launchers, angering the Argentine government. In the government’s complaint 9

October 10, 2018 11:56 PM Has a SECRET Brexit deal already been agreed? ITV’s Robert Peston makes INCREDIBLE claim

A BREXIT deal was agreed last night which will temporarily keep the UK in the EU’s customs union according to ITV News political editor Robert Peston, in an explosive move which would leave the UK unable to sign its own trade deals. Unless it is time limited it could theoretically see the UK stuck in the customs union indefinitely. Mr Davis, who resigned 8

October 7, 2018 9:07 AM German far-right rock concert ends in violence

Eight police officers in an east German town were slightly injured on Saturday night after they were pelted with bottles at a far-right rock concert. The concert, in the market place of Apolda, Thuringia, was halted after an hour because of the violence. Around 700 neo-Nazis attended the concert, which had been dubbed "Rock Against the Overflow of Foreigners" 7

October 2, 2018 6:08 AM VIOLENCE in Catalonia as police CLASH with pro-independence protestors one year after vote

VIOLENCE broke out at a protest in Barcelona yesterday when riot police charged in to break up a demonstration marking the first anniversary of the Catalonian independence referendum. Around 180,000 people took to the streets in the region’s capital, hanging ballot boxes and chanting the regional anthem. Police used batons to control the thousands marching 12

September 29, 2018 9:49 AM BARCELONA RIOTS: Catalan police armed with batons clash with independence protesters

CATALAN regional police have clashed with protesters during a counter protest with at least ten people reportedly injured during the violence. Police armed with riot shields and batons clashed with separatist protesters in Barcelona this morning, arresting at least three people during the disturbances, according to local news reports. At least ten protestors 10

September 29, 2018 2:57 AM John Major: Leadership threats against PM are unacceptable

Taunts being made against Theresa May and "routine attacks" on her leadership by some Tory MPs are "completely unacceptable", Sir John Major has said. The ex-PM called those challenging Mrs May "inexperienced", adding that he felt "even more closely drawn" to her when he looked at the alternatives. Speaking in South Shields, he also made the case for another 10

September 28, 2018 3:03 PM Kavanaugh hearings LIVE: Democrats storm out of Trump’s Supreme Court nominee vote

DONALD Trump’s Supreme Court nominee’s fate is hanging in the balance as US senators are facing each other in a heated meeting ahead of the vote that will confirm or reject Brett Kavanaugh's nomination - with Democrats storming out in protest. The 21 members of the US Senate Judiciary Committee are to vote at 5.30pm BST (1.30pm local time), after yesterday’s 15