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Brexit plan will stop EU migrants 'jumping the queue' - BBC News

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Brexit plan will stop EU migrants 'jumping the queue'
BBC News
Theresa May is renewing her efforts to sell her draft Brexit withdrawal agreement - saying it will stop EU migrants "jumping the queue". She said migration would become skills-based, with Europeans no longer prioritised over "engineers from Sydney or ...
May says Brexit will stop EU nationals being able to 'jump the queue' - Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)
May sells her Brexit plan to business leaders as Tory divisions continueBelfast Telegraph
Theresa May faces fierce Tory backlash as 'full Brexit could be delayed until next election in 2022'Evening Standard
The Times -Bournemouth Echo -Mirror.co.uk -The Sun
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Boris Johnson's unused water cannon sold for scrap at £300k loss - BBC News

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Boris Johnson's unused water cannon sold for scrap at £300k loss
BBC News
Three water cannon bought and refurbished for more than £320,000 while Boris Johnson was London Mayor have been sold for £11,000. The vehicles were bought by Mr Johnson as crowd-control weapons following the 2011 riots. They were sold for ...
Boris Johnson's unused water cannon sold for scrap at £300000 lossThe Guardian
Boris Johnson's £300000 water cannon end up as scrap metalEvening Standard
Water cannon bought by Boris Johnson for £322k sold for just £11k after police banned from using themTelegraph.co.uk
Sky News -The Independent -LincolnshireLive -ITV News
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UK business warns politicians: Don't trip us into no deal Brexit chaos - Reuters India

Reuters India

UK business warns politicians: Don't trip us into no deal Brexit chaos
Reuters India
LONDON (Reuters) - British politicians are engaged in a high-stakes game of risk over Brexit which could lead to an accidental no deal, the head of Britain's main business lobby, the CBI, said on Monday. “While other countries are forging a competitive ...

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Paul Gascoigne charged with sexual assault after incident on train - Mirror.co.uk

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Paul Gascoigne charged with sexual assault after incident on train
Mirror.co.uk
Paul Gascoigne has been charged with sexual assault by touching after an incident on a train. British Transport Police said the England legend, 51, had been charged with one count of sexual assault by touching following the incident on a train from ...
Paul Gascoigne charged with sexual assaultThe Guardian
Paul Gascoigne charged with sex assault on Durham trainBBC News
Paul Gascoigne charged with sexual assault after alleged incident on train between York and DurhamTeesside Live
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Blackpool Victoria Hospital worker arrested on suspicion of 'poisoning patients'

 Lancashire Police are investigating allegations of mistreatment and neglect by a healthcare professional working on the stroke unit in November 2018
Toddler's final hours after skin began peeling off 'like she had been on fire'
Khadijah Araf's brothers know "she is in heaven" and point to the sky when the family talk about her following her tragic death - says dad Sunny who took out a billboard in Birmingham to thank medics
Woman spots grandad in WWI documentary after recognising 'distinctive' feature

 Jenny Pateman, 55, from Canvey Island, was stunned when she saw relative Thomas Frayne as a young First World War soldier in Peter Jackson's They Shall Not Grow Old

Every woman should back International Men's Day - if they want it done properly

 Toxic masculinity kills men as well as women

Schoolboy, 13, punches maths teacher in the face after bursting into lesson
The teen runs up to the teacher and hits him hard in the face inside the Chilean school
Creepy ‘Call Santa’ app sent "I will kill you" message to little boy

 Kersty Elizabeth Taylor, from Addleston in Surrey, was furious after she heard the message on her three-year-old son Finlee's Kindle 

Leeds Trinity University lecturers 'told not to use frightening capital letters'
Teachers are also being warned not to use the word 'don't' and to write in a warm tone, according to reports
Brexit timetable: What happens next now UK finally has a deal with the EU?
The UK faces a frenetic few weeks in a countdown that could topple Theresa May from power. Here's what happens next, key dates and whether Brexit can be stopped
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Brexit plan will stop EU migrants 'jumping the queue'
The PM stresses immigration changes in a CBI speech - amid the threat of a leadership challenge.
Boris Johnson's unused water cannon sold for scrap at £300k loss
The three vehicles were ordered by former mayor of London Boris Johnson following the 2011 riots.
Paul Gascoigne charged with sex assault on Durham train
Football legend Paul Gascoigne was arrested at Durham station in August.
World Toilet Day: Many UK workers 'lack decent facilities'
Workers at one bank branch were given a bucket in a separate room, said trade union Unite.
Vision Direct hack puts customers' money at risk
Contact lens retailer says anyone who entered their details over a six-day period may be affected.
Consumers 'wrongly' told they do not have PPI
Banks are accused of giving incorrect information to customers seeking compensation for mis-sold PPI.
Zholia Alemi: Foreign doctor checks after fake psychiatrist case
Some 3,000 doctors face scrutiny after an unqualified New Zealander practised in the UK for 22 years.
London Waterloo: South Western Railway delays as engineering works overrun
Passengers face travel misery as services into both Victoria and Waterloo stations are disrupted.
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Facebook to pay to train local newspaper reporters in UK
Facebook is donating 4.5 million pounds to train journalists in Britain to support communities that have lost local newspapers and reporters, in no little part due to ad revenue and readers switching online to the social media gi
Nissan's Ghosn to be ousted over financial misconduct allegations
Nissan Motor Co Ltd said it was ousting Chairman Carlos Ghosn for alleged financial misconduct and Japanese media reported he been arrested, a shocking fate for a leader hailed for rescuing the company from close to bankruptcy.
France's Macron vows to maintain Renault-Nissan stability
France will work to preserve the stability of Renault and its alliance with Nissan , President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday, after the Japanese carmaker took steps to oust Chairman Carlos Ghosn over alleged financial irregulari
May sticks to Brexit deal as opponents seek formal challenge
British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed on Monday to stick to her draft European Union divorce deal as dissenting lawmakers in her own party tried to trigger a leadership challenge.
EU's Barnier says draft Brexit deal is 'fair and balanced'
The European Union's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Monday the draft Brexit deal reached with London was "fair and balanced", as the bloc haggled with Britain over any extension to the envisaged transition period.
Germany's Weber says draft Brexit deal will not be renegotiated
German conservative Manfred Weber, who is running to take over the European Union's top job next year, said on Monday that the draft Brexit deal would not be renegotiated and the ball was now in Britain's court.
Trump does not want to hear tape of 'vicious' Khashoggi murder
U.S. President Donald Trump said he does not want to listen to an audio recording of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi despite facing mounting pressure to punish Saudi Arabia for the killing.
Germany bans Khashoggi suspects from much of Europe
Germany has issued entry bans for 18 Saudi citizens suspected of involvement in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Riyadh's Istanbul consulate, effectively banning them from the European Union's passport-free Schengen zo
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First glimpse at 1,000ft high skyscraper dubbed 'The Tulip'
The building dubbed 'The Tulip', which is set to become London's second tallest building, will have a 12-storey glass bud on top of a 787ft concrete shaft with eight floors of viewing platforms.

Is this Britain's biggest ever rat? Exterminator catches huge 21in-long rodent
Terry Walker, 53, was working with his trusty dog Max when they trapped the enormous creature as it was shuffling from beneath some rubbish behind a row of shops in Bournemouth.

Man with bionic penis Andrew Wardle on This Morning with girlfriend Fedra
Andrew Wardle, 46, of Manchester, was born with no penis and his bladder outside his body. After six years of surgery he has finally had sex with his long-term partner Fedra, who says it was 'magical'.

Paul Gascoigne charged with sexual assault
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has been charged with one count of sexual assault by touching after an incident on a train from York to Durham on August 20, British Transport Police said.

Couple surprise their wedding guests with a rap battle at the alter 
William and Meg Jones, from Los Angeles, decided to rap their wedding vows before they even became engaged when the groom developed an interest in internet rappers.

PM faces down rebel Cabinet ministers and ‘lemming’ MPs
The Prime Minister is mounting another robust defence of the package thrashed out with Brussels despite the rising threat of a no-confidence vote by her own MPs.

Venezuelan murder rate soars amid food and medicine shortages
The South American nation registered 26,000 homicides last year, 89 per 100,000 inhabitants and a figure 15 times the global average, according to the Venezuelan Observatory of Violence, an NGO.

Tory rebels still short of forcing no-confidence vote in Theresa May
Mutineers led by Jacob Rees-Mogg are trying to unseat the Prime Minister by triggering a party vote of no confidence because they are furious at the compromises contained in her draft Brexit deal.


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