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June 25, 2017 12:34 AM Jeremy Corbyn throws down election gauntlet to Theresa May in Glastonbury speech

Jeremy Corbyn urged Theresa May to call another general election during a speech to cheering supporters at Glastonbury Festival. The Labour leader addressed thousands of fans, many wearing t-shirts bearing his name, at the event’s Pyramid Stage and Left Field Tent. He met festival founder Michael Eavis, 81, posed for pictures with staff at the site in Pilton 6

June 24, 2017 9:38 PM Big Brother 2017 SPOILER! Nomination results revealed

The latest Big Brother 2017 nomination results are in - who's up for eviction this week? Tom, Hannah, Lotan and Isabelle face the axe in THURSDAY's latest live show, it's been revealed tonight. Housemates nominated earlier today (Saturday) and the results were delivered to the house this evening. There seemed to be few surprises about the results, with Isabelle 4

June 24, 2017 7:59 PM Jeremy Corbyn gets rock star reception from the Glastonbury crowds during Pyramid Stage speech

The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn got a reception usually reserved for rockstars when he addressed an enthusiastic crowd of thousands at the Glastonbury music festival. In a remarkable change of fortunes the 68-year-old political veteran was one of the star turns at this year's music festival following Labour's successes at the General Election. Mr Corbyn 4

June 24, 2017 6:35 PM Jeremy Corbyn gets rapturous reception at Glastonbury

In his speech to thousands of festival-goers, the Labour leader urged Theresa May to call another General Election. Teenagers lined up with "Jezza" written on their faces in red lipstick, and flags saying "We heart Corbyn" flew above the crowd of thousands who gathered rhythmically chanting "Oh Jeremy Corbyn". The Labour leader gave a stirring and impassioned 3

June 24, 2017 11:01 AM Labour MPs in desperate bid to BLOCK Treasury appointment of Eurosceptic Rees-Mogg

LABOUR MPs are trying to block a bid for Jacob Rees-Mogg to become chairman of the Treasury committee - arguing the role represents a conflict of interest. Eurosceptic Mr Rees-Mogg would replace Andrew Tyrie, who announced in Aril he would not stand for re-election. Speaking after Mr Tyrie's announcement, John Mann, a Labour TSC member, said it would 5

June 24, 2017 8:32 AM One Year On From The Brexit Vote, The Case Remains For A Second Referendum

For some, 23 June will always be a day to celebrate, a day when we supposedly "took back control" and "got our country back". For others like me, this date will mark a crude and painful reminder of a very damaging decision that will negatively affect the future of our country for generations to come. The 23 June 2016 was an act of self-harm to our economy 3

June 23, 2017 5:32 PM Today in Entertainment: Johnny Depp apologizes for assassination joke; Ron Howard 'beyond grateful' for Han Solo film

Seth Meyers goes after Senate's 'breathtakingly cruel' healthcare bill With Senate leaders at long last unveiling a draft of their Obamacare repeal bill, "Late Night" host Seth Meyers admonished Republicans for what he considers a "breathtakingly cruel bill." During the show's "A Closer Look" segment on Thursday, Meyers said the Senate's tightly guarded 6

June 23, 2017 8:57 AM Brexit: EU citizens deal fails to allay fears

Proposals from Theresa May to allow EU citizens to stay in the UK have not allayed the fears of those affected. Mrs May unveiled plans at a Brussels summit on Thursday, which would grant a new "UK settled status" to EU migrants who had lived in the UK for five years. But Europeans living here said they are still "panicked" and the proposals give "more 13

June 23, 2017 7:51 AM US mayors conference focuses on immigration, climate change

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) - More than 250 U.S. mayors are meeting in Florida at a time when many cities are pushing back against Trump administration policies on climate change and immigration. The U.S. Conference of Mayors opens its annual meeting Friday in Miami Beach. Mayors of cities with populations of 30,000 or more will discuss plans to reduce the nation's 5

June 22, 2017 9:50 PM Chagos legal status sent to international court by UN

A dispute between the UK and Mauritius over disputed island territory in the Indian Ocean is to be referred to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The UN General Assembly voted by 94 countries to 15 that The Hague should examine the legal status of the Chagos Islands. The former British colony used to be part of Mauritius but was detached in 1965 and is now home to a US airbase 9