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Daredevil rodent Twiggy the squirrel delights crowds with his water-skiing antics

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Luxembourg and Sweden both wish EU to cut us a good Brexit trade deal

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MPs ire as French exaggerate they’ve forced Britain into coughing up some-more income in sequence to replenish the Calais limit agreement

MPs erupted in ire last night after the French boasted they had forced Britain into coughing up some-more income and similar to take in some-more refugees in sequence to replenish the Calais limit agreement. Senior Tory MP Tim Loughton warned the UK had already spent a whopping £100m over the …

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Boris Johnson says Vote Leave’s Brexit campaign train £350million-a-week vouch should have been £438million

BORIS Johnson’s Brexit vouch of clawing back £350million a week from the EU should have been £438million, he says. The Foreign Secretary claimed: “We grossly underestimated the sum over which we would be means to take back control.” Boris Johnson says the Vote Leave campaign underestimated the £350million a week …

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Brit Bond girl accuses actor Steven Seagal of sexually assaulting her and exposing his genitals

A BRIT Bond girl says actor Steven Seagal sexually attack her. Rachel Grant, 40, says the Hollywood star, 65, tugged her top down and unprotected his genitals. Steven Seagal ‘vehemently denies’ all of the allegations, according to his lawyers The Die Another Day singer says he pounced as she auditioned …

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The Carillion disturbance is a inauspicious disaster by politicians who gave it work and the government who ran it into the belligerent — will anyone be held accountable?

Giant disaster THE Carillion disturbance is a inauspicious disaster by its government and by polite servants and politicians who kept giving it work. We doubt a essence will ever be held to account. For years City experts feared for this overstretched, badly run hulk operative to very slim distinction margins. …

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