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December 5, 2018 12:47 AM Brexit SHAMBLES: Former chief whip to vote AGAINST May’s deal after 13 years of loyalty

FORMER chief whip Mark Harper will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal after 13 years of loyalty, warning the plan “threatens the integrity of our country” and breaches the Conservative manifesto. Previously a supporter of the Prime Minister, Mr Harper claims the Withdrawal Agreement “leaves the UK in a worse position than we are now”. Former chief 83

December 4, 2018 6:49 PM Brexit REVEALED: How Jacob Rees-Mogg voted WITH Theresa May to fight NO DEAL STITCH-UP

JACOB REES-MOGG voted WITH Theresa May in a desperate attempt to avoid today’s shock Brexit defeat for the Government - because he knew it was the best chance at fighting for a hard, no-deal Brexit. The European Research Group (ERG) chairman, who led a failed charge to depose the Prime Minister ahead of an expected defeat over her Brexit deal, told MPs he would 53

December 4, 2018 4:44 PM Gibraltar 'INVASION': Spanish WARSHIP arrives BLARING Spanish national anthem

A SPANISH warship has illegally sailed in UK waters blasting the Spanish anthem as it passed Gibraltar on Tuesday, following backlash between the Spanish Government and the UK over Theresa May's Brexit deal. Referring to a drive for co-sovereignty over the Rock, which has been British since the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, he then said: “We will talk about 62

December 3, 2018 5:13 PM Mike Ashley calls for online tax to save the High Street

Mike Ashley has called for a new tax on online retailers to help revive ailing town centres. The Sports Direct owner told MPs that the "internet is killing the High Street". His answer is taxing all retailers that make more than 20% of their turnover online - and not just online-only operators. Mr Ashley said a tax would hit his own £400m online operation 115

December 3, 2018 4:53 PM UK weather SNOW forecast: 12 DAYS of HEAVY SNOW this Christmas as COLD POLAR blast hits

BRITAIN will be blanketed under 12 days of Christmas snow as an ‘astonishingly cold’ Nordic blast sends temperatures plummeting into the New Year. Non-stop winter downpours will leave parts of the country under a carpet of white through the end of December and beyond, forecasters warn. Some long-range outlooks predict Arctic misery holding out until 83

December 3, 2018 10:06 AM Cracks in EU: Crunch EU meeting today will FORCE Italy to come to heel

ITALY’S budget is back on the table in Brussels with eurozone’s finance ministers meeting again to discuss national draft budgets for next year. The cash-strapped country’s proposals have already been rejected by the EU because it fails to lower massive public debt but the government then refused to make changes to prevent a disciplinary procedure that could 133

December 3, 2018 7:58 AM Spain: Far right wins seats in Andalusia election for first time since Franco

The Vox party, which opposes illegal immigration and Catalan independence, won 12 seats in the Andalusia parliamentary elections. Vox, which opposes illegal immigration and Catalan independence, won 12 seats in the Andalusia parliamentary elections, bringing an end to three decades of socialist rule in the southern Spanish region. The party had been predicted 115

December 1, 2018 11:04 PM Brexit: Corbyn will do BBC debate with May if head-to-head

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accepted Theresa May's challenge of a TV Brexit debate on the BBC - but only if it is the two leaders head-to-head. Mr Corbyn had previously claimed he preferred the bid from broadcaster ITV, but Mrs May wanted the BBC to host it. In a statement on Saturday, the BBC said its proposal includes a one-on-one debate as well as a chance 59

November 29, 2018 8:56 PM Angela Merkel plane heading to G20 forced to make EMERGENCY landing

ANGELA Merkel’s plane has been forced to make an emergency landing as the German Chancellor makes her way to the G20 summit in Argentina. The Airbus A340 was forced to land shortly after takeoff after a ‘malfunction of several electronic systems’. The government plane was carrying the German leader as well as diplomats and other officials to the meeting 45

November 29, 2018 1:48 PM Brussels bid to SNATCH British business DISMISSED: London backed to THRIVE post-Brexit

A BRUSSELS attempt to poach finance and insurance firms away from London in a post-Brexit swoop on British businesses has been rubbished by a City boss. Brexit will have very little impact on the City of London's talent pool despite efforts to entice workers to other European business hubs, according to John-Claude Hesketh, partner of advisory firm Marlin 57