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July 17, 2018 11:01 PM ‘DESPERATE STUFF’ Lib Dems accuse Brandon Lewis of ‘CHEATING’ during crunch Brexit vote

THE LIBERAL Democrats have accused Brandon Lewis of “cheating” during Tuesday night’s crunch Brexit vote that saw Theresa May narrowly avoid a humiliating defeat on a key customs union amendment. Jo Swinson took to Twitter to lambast the Conservative Party Chairman for allegedly breaking an agreement not to vote. She said: “Don't try any nonsense about 9

July 17, 2018 3:15 PM 'Whole damn thing needs to be BLOWN UP!' Churchill’s grandson DEMANDS Brexit is restarted

CHURCHILL’s grandson and Conservative MP Nicholas Soames has demanded that Brexit be “blown up and started all over again” to maintain the trust of the people in a fiery Parliamentary rant. As a result of Monday's battle, Defence minister Guto Bebb resigned after voting against the Government. Mrs May’s Brexit blueprint proposes to preserve the close 7

July 15, 2018 11:01 PM Sittingbourne couple lose more than 14 stone between them

A super-slimming couple are feeling healthier than ever after making it to the semi-finals of Slimming World’s Couple of the Year 2018 competition. They said the secret to their success was support from one another at home, as well as from others at their Slimming World group. Richard, 51, who lost 8st 12lbs said: “While I’d been feeling uncomfortable 6

July 12, 2018 2:27 PM Maidstone Hospital opens new Marks and Spencer food store

A luxury menu is now available to patients and visitors at a hospital thanks to the opening of a new Marks and Spencer store. Maidstone Hospital opened its doors to a brand new M&S Simply Food store earlier today. The retailer, opened in partnership with Compass Group UK & Ireland can be found in the main entrance concourse of the hospital, and stocks 7

July 12, 2018 11:42 AM NHS still reliant on 'archaic' fax machines

Hospitals are still reliant on "archaic" fax machines with thousands still in use, a survey shows. Senior doctors said the continued use of the outdated technology was "ludicrous", and modern forms of communication were urgently needed. The poll, by the Royal College of Surgeons using freedom of information laws, revealed nearly 9,000 fax machines were in use across 9

July 12, 2018 4:15 AM GWH looking at £13m blackhole

Just three months into its new budget year Great Western Hospital is looking at a deficit of more than £13m by the end of March 2019. And bosses at the trust that runs the hospital have been told that patient demand, and covering staff vacancies with agency staff and locum doctors is hitting the budget hard. Karen Johnson, director of finance at the NHS trust 8

July 8, 2018 7:12 PM PICTURES: Paddle Round The Pier 2018

Heavy backing of this year’s event meant organisers believed it would be the biggest in its 22-year history. This year’s showing would certainly have made David Samuel, the founder of Paddle Round The Pier, proud after he retired from the role and let a charitable trust run it. The event has grown year after year since 1996 and is now one of the most popular 8

July 8, 2018 3:24 PM 'It’s a TOTAL sell-out!' Nigel Farage FURIOUS at May’s plan to keep UK aligned with EU

NIGEL FARAGE warned Theresa May’s soft Brexit proposal in which Britain to remains closely aligned with the European Union on goods but not on services after Brexit is a "total sell-out". The former Ukip leader singled out Brexiteer Cabinet member Michael Gove and said he was “lauding” the idea of a rules-based common market after Brexit. Hosting his LBC show, Mr Farage 8

July 7, 2018 1:42 PM Tory Brexiteer says she WILL vote against May's soft Brexit even if Government FALLS

BREXITEER MP Andrea Jenkyns said she is prepared to vote against the Government even if it falls after Prime Minister Theresa May’s revealed her plans for a soft Brexit in which Britain remains in full regulatory alignment with the EU on goods but not on services. The Tory Brexiteer urged MPs to stand up for the 17.4 million British people who voted 11

July 5, 2018 2:30 PM York St John photography students' work goes on display at York Hospital

The budding photographers were asked to think about the impact of art on patients and visitors as part of their project. Images by 12 second year students feature in the exhibition. It includes an artwork titled Reflexology by Kaitlin McMillan, who said her work aims to create a welcoming and pleasant environment. Griselda Goldsbrough, art and design 9