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January 10, 2019 1:43 PM EU SHOWDOWN: Italy promises to unite with Poland to instigate ‘European SPRING’

ITALY’S firebrand deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini is trying to create a populist alliance to take on the Brussels establishment in a showdown over the future of the European Union. Mr Salvini, who leads the nationalist, anti-immigrant League party, pledged to create a “new European spring” ahead of the European Parliament elections in May and to work with Poland’s 157

January 10, 2019 2:40 AM Official SACKED after Melania Trump ROW could be given another job in Trump administration

A FORMER Trump administration official dismissed after a fiery public spat with First Lady Melania could be given a top Department of Defence job at the Pentagon, according to reports. Mira Ricardel lost her job as deputy national security advisor in November. It came shortly after very public criticism from the First Lady. Melania is believed to have clashed 143

January 9, 2019 2:44 PM Macron MUST ‘LISTEN’ French humiliation as GERMANY makes shock yellow vests intervention

SENIOR German conservative Manfred Weber has urged French President Emmanuel Macron to “listen” to anti-establishment protesters, stressing that European citizens should play a key role in shaping government policy. The yellow vest crisis – which started as a protest against fuel tax hikes and morphed into an anti-Macron rebellion – could mark a shift 145

January 9, 2019 2:35 PM Buyer 'willing to pay £100,000 for Port Talbot Banksy'

Someone is willing to pay about £100,000 for the Banksy on a garage in Port Talbot, an art dealer has said. Garage owner Ian Lewis has received several approaches from private collectors hoping to buy the piece. Art dealer and Banksy expert John Brandler said his client would offer a six-figure sum "because it fits nicely into his collection". Mr Lewis 130

January 9, 2019 12:06 AM 'Delivered NOTHING!' Rees-Mogg demands 'beef' and 'concrete change' in fiery rant at EU

JACOB Rees-Mogg asked to see the “beef” and “concrete change” from Prime Minister Theresa May’s European counterparts, while confirming he has spoken to “nobody” from the DUP or Conservative Party that has changed their mind on the Brexit deal. Jacob Rees-Mogg hit out at the EU, accusing them of delivering nothing and providing no “concrete change 117

January 8, 2019 7:23 PM Kim Jong-un EXPOSED: North Korea defector reveals escaping BRUTAL ‘concentration camp’

KIM Jong-un’s brutal prison camps were exposed by a North Korea defector during a Google Tech Talk, who compared them to Hitler’s concentration camps. North Korean’s can be sentenced to hard labour for trying to escape the country or simply speaking out against the regime. Conditions inside these facilities are said to be unsanitary and life-threatening 168

January 8, 2019 12:58 PM MH370 FOUND: Debris discovered in Madagascar gives huge boost to families

AIRCRAFT debris found in Madagascar is most likely from the missing MH370 flight, officials have confirmed, giving fresh new hope for families of victims who lost their lives in the disaster that they may finally attain some sort of closure. US firm Ocean Infinity, who was in charge of the search operation, used a deep-sea vessel to survey a large area of the southern 154

January 8, 2019 7:10 AM Rahaf al-Qunun: UNHCR 'grateful' Saudi woman not deported

The UN's refugee agency has said it is "very grateful" that officials in Thailand did not deport an 18-year-old Saudi woman who fled her family at the weekend. Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun refused to board a flight from Bangkok to Kuwait on Monday and had barricaded herself into her airport hotel room. She said she feared her family would kill her as she had renounced 125

January 7, 2019 3:04 PM Italy warns Juncker over migrant ships near Malta

The Work and Pensions Minister of Italy reiterated co-Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini's message Italian ports will be shut for any more migrant ships travelling from Africa via the Mediterranean Sea. He claimed the two ships currently waiting to be accepted by a European member state should dock in Malta where the migrants can be seen from the coast 130

January 7, 2019 11:04 AM Holidaymakers RAGE as Ryanair dumps them THREE countries away and says get the BUS

RYANAIR passengers were geared up for a short hop to Greece’s second city on a Friday night - but they never got there. Eighty-nine passengers refused to take the bus and instead spent the night at the airport. In the end, the Greek government sent an Aegean Airlines aircraft to Timisoara, which flew passengers to Thessaloniki, where they arrived nearly 136