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December 21, 2018 12:33 PM Remainer claims ONLY Britons earning over £50,000 should be allowed to vote on Brexit

A RADIO host stunned a Brexiteer Tory MP by claiming only people who earn over £50,000 a year should be allowed to vote. Radio host Ash Gould claimed that only Britons who earn £50,000 a year should be allowed to vote because they are the only ones with a “stake in society”. The shocking remark came after talkRADIO host and Remain supporter James Whale 81

December 19, 2018 1:31 PM Strictly Come Dancing star takes swipe at judges: 'They say stuff to get a reaction'

STRICTLY COME DANCING star Dani Harmer, who competed on the BBC show back in 2012, spoke out about the judges, saying they only make some comments to “get a reaction”. “No only is he a wonderful dancer but he’s also the nicest person on the planet and TV gold, he’s absolutely hilarious.” Last weekend, Stacey Dooley, 31, was crowned Strictly champion 76

December 19, 2018 11:35 AM Stacey Dooley: Strictly winner LOSES trophy just hours after win with Kevin Clifton

STACEY DOOLEY, who won Strictly Come Dancing 2018 with her professional dance partner Kevin Clifton last weekend, misplaced her Glitterball trophy as she celebrated her win at the after party, according to her fellow contestant Dr Ranj. This Morning star Dr Ranj, 39, revealed Strictly Come Dancing 2018 winner Stacey Dooley, 31, asked her fellow contestants 93

December 18, 2018 9:32 PM Post-war classic voted Britain's favourite festive film

It's A Wonderful Life has topped a poll of 7,000 people of their favourite festive film. The 1946 classic starring James Stewart and Donna Reed topped the poll of 7,000 people narrowly beating Will Ferrell's Elf. The post-war film tells the story of George Bailey, a man who has devoted his life to helping others and is shown the value 129

December 18, 2018 7:17 PM BELGIUM CHAOS: Prime Minister offers RESIGNATION as UN migrant pact crisis ERUPTS

BELGIUM’S Prime Minister Charles Michel has offered to resign after losing a vote of no confidence amid a political crisis over a controversial UN migration pact. The decision to adopt the UN migration pact sparked violent protests in the Belgian capital, Brussels, on Sunday, amid fears it could lead to an increase in immigration. Demonstrators clashed 130

December 18, 2018 9:19 AM May hoping to get better Brexit deal in January sales

THERESA May believes she can get a more economical Brexit deal in the January sales, it has emerged. With a vital commons vote set for January 14, the prime minister is confident of ‘nabbing’ a discounted Brexit deal if she gets up early to beat the Boxing Day crowds. She said: “As it stands the so-called Brexit divorce is about £39 billion. “But in the sales 82

December 17, 2018 6:25 PM 'You're TEARING UP your manifesto!' Labour MP put on spot over second Brexit vote demand

LABOUR Remainer Rushanara Ali was put on the spot by Vicky Ford as the Conservative MP claimed Ms Ali was "tearing up" her party's 2017 manifesto in favour of a second Brexit referendum. Speaking on BBC Politics Live, the Labour MP advocated for an early general election in which her party would campaign for a second Brexit referendum to be a feasible 113

December 16, 2018 9:16 PM Team Sky cyclist Geraint Thomas wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year

The Welshman was the third British cyclist to win the Tour de France and says he hopes for continued success. Thomas was the first Welshman to win the Tour de France in July, the first Grand Tour success of his 12-year career. He came top in a public vote, edging out Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton and England captain Harry Kane. "It's been an amazing 72

December 14, 2018 10:33 PM Strictly Come Dancing 2018 final: Pro calls for judges' scores to be CUT in shake-up

STRICTLY COME DANCING 2018 final is just hours away as the remaining four couples prepare to perform for the judges and viewers, but now former professional dancer Kristina Rihanoff has called for the judges’ scores to be cut from the semi-final and final of the show. “Will stop fix allegations against @bbcstrictly which is unfair and give the public 77

December 14, 2018 2:45 PM Who is shining a torch for women today?

The general election of 14 December 1918 saw the first votes cast by women in the UK. It was also the first time that women were eligible to stand for election as an MP. The 1918 Representation of the People Act had given women the vote a few months earlier - but only for those who owned property and were over 30 years old. It wasn't until 1928 that all women 66