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August 15, 2017 2:05 PM Jeremy Corbyn to visit West Cumbria

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is set to visit Keswick tomorrow as part of a country-wide tour. Mr Corbyn had been expected to visit Whitehaven tomorrow, however, plans have not gone ahead. Instead he will visiting Keswick, which is in the Copeland constituency. He is set to speaking to people about local issues. He is also expected to meet members 7

August 14, 2017 11:55 AM Japan Centre flagship confirmed to open on 7 September

Described as London’s only dedicated Japanese Food Hall, it will combine a main food hall and three different specialist food and drink rooms set around a central 100 seat dine-in courtyard and will be set over two floors. The first specialist room will be The Tea Room, where customers will be able to order loose leaf tea as well as sample different 3

August 14, 2017 11:14 AM Jeremy Corbyn is 'very confident' Labour will continue to gain more support in Reading

The Labour Party is now looking to win the Reading West parliamentary seat off MP Alok Sharma Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is "very confident" that The Labour Party can keep gaining support in Reading. Mr Corbyn was adamant that his party will win over more voters in the Reading, when he paid a surprise visit to the town on Monday, August 14. A surge 11

August 12, 2017 6:09 PM UKIP's Mike Hookem quits role over Anne Marie Waters leadership bid

A senior UKIP MEP has resigned as deputy whip in the European Parliament over support within the party for an anti-Islam campaigner. Anne Marie Waters, who founded the Sharia Watch pressure group and has called Islam "evil", has been allowed to stand in UKIP's leadership election. Mike Hookem said he was not prepared to "turn a blind eye" to extremism 5

August 11, 2017 3:02 PM 'A recipe for disaster!' Victory for locals in 'war and pizza' row as council throws out 'disrespectful' Domino's bid to open a takeaway beside a cenotaph

Veterans have won a 'war and pizza' by blocking Domino's opening next to a memorial to fallen heroes. The fast food giant wanted to set up just yards from the war memorial in the quiet seaside town of in Tenby in Pembrokeshire. But furious locals branded the pizza plans as 'brash and insensitive'. Services are held annually at the war memorial to mark Armistice 3

August 10, 2017 7:41 AM Former HK commodities exchange chief charged with conspiracy to defraud regulator-court

HONG KONG, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Prominent businessman Barry Cheung, who founded the now-defunct Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange, appeared in a Hong Kong court on Thursday charged with conspiracy to defraud the securities regulator and fraud. Cheung, 59, who served under former Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying's government, was charged with conspiring to conceal 4

August 9, 2017 7:04 PM It's too hot too drag a sled! A pair of huskies are filmed being carried on a MOPED while sitting on a garden chair

A motorcyclist cruises down the road with his pet husky in his lap and another sitting on a plastic garden chair. Kitsana Kongsawat, 27, spotted the man riding his moped on a country road yesterday afternoon in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. She filmed the man as the two dogs looked nervously at each other from their precarious positions. One was sitting 2

August 9, 2017 6:54 PM Crumbs, I'll never finish this before bedtime! Baby girl struggles to stay awake while eating her snack

A baby girl battles to stay awake long enough to finish her snack - but in the end has to give in and fall asleep. The adorable footage of the unnamed tot shows her strapped into her seat in the back of her family’s car holding a pastry. During the 33-second video, the child can be seen munching on the snack while her head, heavy with sleep, rocks 2

August 8, 2017 9:55 PM Corpse bribe: Rio councilman accused in morgue graft scheme

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazilian authorities say they have arrested a Rio de Janeiro city councilman for allegedly taking bribes to turn bodies from public morgues over to private funeral parlors without families' consent. The Public Prosecutor's Office says councilman Gilberto de Oliveira Lima is one of three officials involved in the alleged scheme 3

August 8, 2017 1:41 AM 'They will waste millions!': RHOS' Lisa Oldfield reveals she no longer supports the Liberal party amid marriage equality plebiscite debate

She's the outspoken Real Housewives Of Sydney star who has never been afraid to throw her hat in the political ring. And Lisa Oldfield, 42, has taken a stand in support of marriage equality this week by slamming the Liberal party's attempts at holding a same-sex marriage plebiscite this year. 'But I can no longer support a party that have failed to let the parliament 3