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Boris Johnson urges Britain to welcome a Donald Trump revisit since it will say ‘vital’ post-Brexit confidence and trade ties

BRITAIN should welcome a Donald Trump revisit to say “vital” confidence and trade ties with the US, Boris Johnson has insisted. The Foreign Secretary launched a counterclaim of the controversial President observant the special attribute provides the “single many unusual mercantile relationship”. Britain should “embrace” Donald Trump, who recently cancelled …

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Mum of X Factor star Jahmene Douglas joins the Save Our Shelters campaign after pang years of domestic abuse

A MUM-OF-FIVE who endured some of the misfortune domestic abuse on record has assimilated the Save Our Shelters campaign – with a sheer summary for Theresa May. Mandy Thomas, 52, asks the Prime Minister: “How many some-more women and children must die before you know domestic violence? I’ve buried two …

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Jeremy Corbyn’s allies’ secret tract to mattock up to 50 assuage Labour MPs and reinstate with tough lefties

AS many as 50 Labour MPs are on a de-selection hit-list drawn up by revolutionary supporters of Jeremy Corbyn, it has been claimed. Moderate Labour MPs have been warned that Corbyn’s allies wish centrist possibilities suspended toe e transposed by tough line lefties. Corbyn’s allies are set to aim assuage …

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Staff at crisis-hit jail won prizes including West End show tickets and Ferrari pushing knowledge at bingo-style eventuality saved by taxpayers

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100 MPs to direct Theresa May ends free transformation and takes Britain out of singular marketplace the second we leave the EU

OVER 100 MPs will sequence Theresa May to hold Brussels negotiators to release by refusing to sign off on any divorce payments until a free trade understanding is struck. Led by top Tory Jacob Rees-Mogg, the organisation will direct that the primary apportion ends free transformation and Britain’s singular marketplace …

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Conservative MP asks whose side the desirous French President Emmanuel Macron is really on — and is he bona fide or Napoleon Bonaparte?

EMPEROR Napoleon may have been degraded at Waterloo, but his good nephew went on to fight for Britain. Our story is like that. Our artists give the desirous French President Emmanuel Macron a Napoleon makeover Emmanuel Macron graphic with Theresa May progressing this week, but should she be careful? It …

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Jeremy Corbyn’s dream of re-nationalising pivotal industries would cost any domicile £6,500, study finds

JEREMY Corbyn’s dream of re-nationalising pivotal industries would cost any domicile £6,500, a study has found. It pronounced the Labour leader’s plans for the energy, water, rail and mail sectors and some private financial deals would be about 10 per cent of the inhabitant debt, or £176billion. Jeremy Corbyn’s dream …

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