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Theresa May mocks Jeremy Corbyn, Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond during comedy speech

Theresa May mocked Jeremy Corbyn, a number of Cupboard ministers and herself throughout a light-hearted speech at a Westminster dinner. The Prime Minister delivered the after-dinner deal with at political journalists’ annual gathering and adopted the custom of utilizing the event to make a collection of gags about members of the political institution. Talking on the Westminster Correspondents’ Dinner, the Prime ...

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Brexiteer Cabinet member invites ‘toxic’ remainer Tony Blair to speak every day of the week

A Brexiteer Cupboard minister has invited Tony Blair to make a speech on Brexit “day-after-day of the week”, claiming the ex-PM’s help for remaining within the EU is damaging its prospects. The minister advised The Unbiased the previous Labour PM is “poisonous”, simply hours after he stood in Brussels to induce European politicians to discover a method of permitting the ...

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Boris Johnson says he would have pushed on with controversial Garden Bridge project if he was still London mayor

Boris Johnson has insisted he would have pushed on with the controversial Backyard Bridge and blamed his successor Sadiq Khan for losing tens of millions of kilos of public cash on the mission. In a bullish look at Metropolis Corridor, the previous London mayor described the collapse of the mission as a ”bitter disappointment” and claimed his solely remorse was not getting began on ...

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Diane Abbott declares war on drugs a failure – but rules out Labour legalising cannabis

Diane Abbott has described the warfare on medication as a failure – however has dominated out Labour legalising hashish. The Shadow Residence Secretary additionally revealed Jeremy Corbyn authorities would crack down on Bitcoin, which she known as a “gigantic Ponzi scheme”. Ms Abbott likened the risk posed by cryptocurrency to the failure of regulation which triggered the worldwide financial crash ...

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Brexit: Tony Blair attacks right-wing press ‘cartel’ over EU coverage

Tony Blair has criticised a eurosceptic “cartel” within the British press for creating the “poisonous ambiance” across the European Union that set the stage for the Brexit vote. Talking in Brussels on Thursday the previous Prime Minister mentioned the right-wing media was a “main issue” in Brexit and that it continued to misrepresent the best way Brexit negotiations have been ...

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Theresa May admitted there could be no open border in Ireland if Britain outside the EU, newly emerged video shows

A video has emerged of Theresa May admitting there can’t be an open border between Northern Eire and the Republic, if Britain leaves the EU. The Prime Minister, who was House Secretary on the time, mentioned there would “need to be” some type of border to recognise that tariffs could also be charged on items coming into and leaving the ...

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Labour extends Ken Livingstone’s suspension over antisemitism claims amid further complaints

1/50 28 February 2018 Pedestrians cross the millennium bridge as heavy snowfall hits London on February 27, 2018. A blast of Siberian climate despatched temperatures plunging throughout a lot of Europe on Tuesday, inflicting complications for travellers and resulting in a number of deaths from publicity as snow carpeted palm-lined Mediterranean seashores. AFP/Getty Pictures 2/50 27 February 2018 Icicles ...

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Tom Watson praises Max Mosley despite racist 1960s leaflet and ducks calls to return £500,000 donation

Tom Watson has praised privateness campaigner Max Mosley, regardless of the revelation of his racist 1960s leaflet, and ducked calls handy again his £500,000 donation. Labour’s deputy chief stated he would have refused the cash if he had believed the tycoon and privateness campaigner nonetheless “held these views contained in that leaflet of 57 years in the past”. However, talking ...

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Jacob Rees Mogg admits he was wrong to claim Jeremy Corbyn voted against Good Friday Agreement

Jacob Rees-Mogg has admitted he incorrectly claimed that Jeremy Cobyn voted in opposition to the Good Friday Settlement.  Requested on Channel four Information whether or not it was value sacrificing peace in Northern Eire for Brexit, Mr Rees-Mogg replied: “I’m unaware of any Brexiteer who’s in favour of abandoning the Good Friday Settlement – it’s Jeremy Corbyn, by the way, ...

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