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Celia Imrie says Brexit is a ‘disaster’ and that she would ‘love’ to reverse it

Actress Celia Imrie has declared Brexit a “catastrophe” and mentioned that she would “love” to reverse it. The 66-year-old added that she was anxious that Brexit would harm the UK’s “friendship” with the Europe. “Who is aware of what is going on to occur?” the star, recognized for movies similar to The Greatest Unique Marigold Lodge and Calendar Ladies, mentioned. “I believe ...

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Ruth Davidson puts her mental health and relationship first as she rules herself out of any bid to become Tory party leader

Scottish Conservatives chief Ruth Davidson has dominated out ever taking up the party‘s prime job for the sake of her psychological well being and relationship. The 39-year-old described rumours she may in the future change into prime minister as “bollocks”. In an interview with The Sunday Instances, she additionally revealed how she had self-harmed and suffered with suicidal ideas when ...

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Theresa May admits she gets ‘irritated’ by debate over her leadership

Theresa May has admitted she will get “irritated” over the continued debate concerning her management of the Conservative Get together, as she lashed out at Boris Johnson’s “fully inappropriate” suicide vest remarks.  The intervention from the prime minister comes after it was reported dozens of Tory MPs openly discussed how to topple Ms May, with some current at a gathering ...

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‘Broken’ railway system to be reviewed following series of crises

A assessment of the rail industry is to be launched by the federal government, following a summer time of discontent, delays and disruption. Critics have referred to as the system damaged following a succession of crises which have seen passengers throughout the nation face ongoing cancellations, strikes and lowered timetables. A sequence of 24-hour walkouts are happening this weekend on ...

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Vince Cable interview: No-deal Brexit likely to plunge Britain into recession, Liberal Democrat leader warns

A no-deal Brexit is more likely to plunge Britain right into a recession, in line with Sir Vince Cable, who additionally maintained that it’s nonetheless “believable” he might turn out to be prime minister because of the febrile ambiance at Westminster. In an interview with The Unbiased, forward of the Liberal Democrats’ annual convention, the previous coalition cupboard minister made ...

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Grammar schools are ‘state-sponsored segregation’ that stifle chances for poorer children, Lib Dems say

Grammar colleges in selective areas are a type of “state-sponsored segregation” that stifle social mobility for poorer youngsters, the Liberal Democrat schooling spokesman has mentioned. Layla Moran, talking on the occasion’s annual conference, attacked the federal government’s flagship schooling coverage to broaden present grammar colleges to create extra locations as a “waste of cash”.  Ms Moran, who has been tipped as a ...

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Brexit: UK and European leaders ‘should be ashamed’ for failing to guarantee citizen rights, says ex-CBI president

The previous president of the Confederation of British Industry has mentioned the UK authorities and European leaders “ought to be ashamed” that they haven’t assured the rights of residents within the occasion of a no-deal Brexit. Paul Drechsler mentioned it was an “absolute scandal” that EU residents within the UK and British nationals in Europe remained in limbo greater than ...

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Labour figures and family outraged by renewed claims Michael Foot was Soviet informant

Senior Labour figures and the family and friends of the previous occasion chief Michael Foot have dismissed renewed stories he was a paid Soviet informant. Neil Kinnock, Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell are amongst these of who’ve condemned the claims – printed in The Times on Saturday – that MI6 believed Foot handed data to Moscow. The political large, who ...

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