Brexit: Talk Of Deadlock Is Exaggerated, Says Donald Tusk

Brexit: Talk Of Deadlock Is Exaggerated, Says Donald Tusk

Reports of deadlock over Brexit negotiations may have been exaggerated, European Council President Donald Tusk has said after a Brussels summit. Progress was “not sufficient” to begin trade talks with the UK now but that “doesn’t mean there is no...
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Theresa May’s Critics ‘Self-Absorbed’ – Sir John Major

Theresa May’s Critics ‘Self-Absorbed’ – Sir John Major

“Disloyal” Conservative MPs should stop undermining Theresa May or risk allowing Jeremy Corbyn into Downing Street, Sir John Major has said. Writing in the Mail on Sunday, the ex-PM branded Mrs May’s critics as “self-absorbed”, sa...
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Theresa May: Britain Committed To Defence Of Europe

Theresa May: Britain Committed To Defence Of Europe

The UK is unconditionally committed to the defence and security of Europe, Prime Minister Theresa May will say. At an EU summit in Estonia, she will seek to build a new security partnership with Brussels and offer UK expertise in...
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British Airways Fires Attendant For Making Racist Remarks About Nigerians

British Airways Fires Attendant For Making Racist Remarks About Nigerians

SOUTH MILWAUKEE WI. (GVE) – The flight attendant who reportedly made a racist remark about Nigerian passengers while on board a British Airways flight has been dismissed by her employers. According to Daily Mail, the 23-year-old lady identified as Joanne...
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Labour Pledges Law To Cut Credit Card Debt

Labour Pledges Law To Cut Credit Card Debt

Legislation limiting the amount of interest that can be charged on credit card debts is being promised by the Labour Party. Under the changes, nobody would pay more in interest than they had originally borrowed. Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says...
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Theresa May Urges EU To Retain Trade Terms For Two Years After Brexit

Theresa May Urges EU To Retain Trade Terms For Two Years After Brexit

PM Theresa May has said there should be a two-year transition period after Brexit, during which trade should continue on current terms. EU migrants will still be able to live and work in the UK but they will have register...
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Brexit: Lord Hague Warns Over Tory Infighting

Brexit: Lord Hague Warns Over Tory Infighting

Lord Hague has become the latest senior Conservative to intervene within the party about how the UK should manage its withdrawal from the European Union. Writing in the Daily Telegraph, the former foreign secretary warned that disunity over Brexit could...
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Homelessness Rise ‘Likely To Have Been Driven By Welfare Reforms’

Homelessness Rise ‘Likely To Have Been Driven By Welfare Reforms’

The number of homeless families in the UK has risen by more than 60% and is “likely to have been driven” by the government’s welfare reforms, the public spending watchdog has said. Homelessness of all kinds has increased “significantly&...
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Brexit: EU Repeal Bill Wins First Commons Vote

Brexit: EU Repeal Bill Wins First Commons Vote

The government’s bid to extract the UK from EU law in time for Brexit has passed its first parliamentary test. MPs backed the EU Withdrawal Bill by 326 votes to 290 despite critics warning that it represented a “power grab”...
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Public Sector Pay Cap To Be Lifted For Police And Prison Officers

Public Sector Pay Cap To Be Lifted For Police And Prison Officers

The government is to lift the 1% public sector pay cap for the first time for both police and prison officers, the BBC understands. Ministers are expected to accept recommendations for higher pay rises this week and also to pave...
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