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August 9, 2018 11:56 PM What young and old voters really think about Brexit

Few issues divide opinions between different age groups quite as sharply as Brexit. And it could be that the differences are becoming even more pronounced. Voters remain evenly divided about the issue, just as they were at the time of the EU referendum two years ago. If there were to be a second referendum now, 52% would vote Remain and 48% Leave, an average 6

August 8, 2018 7:47 AM Terrified middle Englanders ‘would vote for Pol Pot over Jeremy Corbyn if they thought it would protect their house prices’

MOST middle Englanders are so terrified of Jeremy Corbyn they would happily vote for Cambodian despot Pol Pot, it has been confirmed. The Institute for Studies found that nearly all middle Englanders who own their own property would vote for many of histories greatest monsters as long as they thought it would not effect their house price including, Genghis 8

August 3, 2018 11:02 PM MP DEMANDS probe on Russia meddling in Brexit vote

LEADING Conservative MP Damien Collins has issued a dramatic call for a police investigation into allegations of Russia interference during the Brexit campaign, demanding an inquiry like that led by Robert Mueller in the US. Mr Collins, who chairs a powerful House of Commons Committee, claims only the police can find out what happened in the run-up to the 2016 vote. The MP’s Digital 11

August 2, 2018 12:14 AM Franz Ferdinand and Mogwai up for Scottish Album of the Year

Franz Ferdinand have been recognised for their album Always Ascending, while Mogwai are nominated for Every Country’s Sun. Other acts on the list include Young Fathers, Neon Waltz and Adam Holmes and The Embers. The long-list will be whittled down to a shortlist of 10 albums – one chosen by fans via a 72-hour online vote and the other nine chosen by a panel 9

August 1, 2018 7:53 AM Jack Fincham wants to marry Dani Dyer according to The Sun interview

Love Island winner Jack Fincham has said he is marrying Dani Dyer next year in their first interview since leaving the villa. Talking to The Sun, the pen-salesman from Swanley said the couple will tie the knot because "when you know, you know". It has been revealed the couple secured nearly 80% of the vote as they cruised to victory, with the final pulling 8

July 30, 2018 11:01 PM ‘MISSED OPPORTUNITY!’ Confusion as May FAILS to prepare ANY Brexit immigration policies

THE Government has been criticised for failing to draw up an immigration policy for after Brexit. A report from the powerful Commons Home Affairs committee has seen MPs from both sides of the debate unite over criticising the vacuum in government policy on the crucial issue. It follows revelations earlier this year by the Daily Express that the much delayed 11

July 30, 2018 3:56 PM More Ryanair cancellations loom as German pilots vote to strike

The Irish carrier is facing industrial action in several EU countries after recognising unions for the first time in December. The Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) union said 96% of the airline's pilots in Germany voted for industrial action. The union is giving the Irish carrier until 6 August to make an offer to avoid a strike, VC said. It will give 24 hours' 11

July 30, 2018 8:47 AM University fresher still believes in Corbyn’s Brexit ‘long game’

A UNIVERSITY fresher is ready for Jeremy Corbyn to unleash his secret Brexit masterplan, it has emerged. 20-year-old philosophy student Tom Booker said: “Corbz is definitely playing the long game when it comes to pretending to be anti-EU membership. “For anyone who doubts me, just look at the three-decades-long history of his long game. He has not let up for a second 16

July 29, 2018 3:12 PM PM Theresa May begins her walking holiday in Italy

Prime Minister Theresa May has begun a week-long walking holiday in Italy. She will return to the UK for a week's work in her constituency and in Downing Street before attending the centenary commemoration of the World War One battle of Amiens and then resuming her break in Switzerland. The Parliamentary recess plans of her Conservative colleagues have also been split 7

July 29, 2018 11:25 AM 'I know better than you!' Remainer Lord RAGES at Brexiteer over second referendum

A REMAINER Lord has reacted in fury after a Brexiteer launched a scathing attack on the idea of a second referendum during a heated on-air debate. Lord Richard Newby was outraged after the idea of a second referendum was belittled during a debate on Brexit, claiming that he "knew better" than a Brexiteer journalist. The leader of the Liberal Democrats 8