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Alienated voters 'don't feel Brexit will help them retake control' over decision making

The vast majority of British people feel they have little if any control over decisions that affect their lives and the future of the country, a new study has found.


Brexit: Carwyn Jones 'has a duty to work in a positive manner'

The first minister accused of being "irresponsible" by suggesting the Welsh Assembly could withhold consent for the EU Withdrawal Bill.


Brexit: 'Irresponsible' to threaten Welsh refusal of consent to EU bill

A former Brexit minister urges Carwyn Jones to work positively with the UK government.


Prepare for a tirade from the pub trade’s Brexiter-in-chief

The outspoken boss of JD Wetherspoon will deliver his usual idiosyncratic take on trading this weekOne opinionated, multimillionaire businessman with populist views and atrocious hair is going to Davos this week. The other is not.Donald Trump will surely


Snowboarding: Veteran Clark joins newcomer Kim on U.S. team

MAMMOTH, California (Reuters) - Veteran Kelly Clark qualified for her fifth Olympic Games on Saturday by winning the snowboarding halfpipe competition at the U.S. Grand Prix in Mammoth, edging out fellow American and celebrated newcomer Chloe Kim.


No. 14 Arizona rallies then holds of for narrow win at Stanford

The Wildcats have won 13 of 14, but this one was closer than the 12 other victories.


Unite union General Secretary to sell Esher Place conference centre for £20million

UNITE is selling its Grade II listed country mansion for £20million. Up to 70 members of the union’s executive have voted to back general secretary Len McCluskey’s plan to ditch Esher Place conference centre. Humiliated chiefs got £2.5


Snowboarding: Americans Mack, Marino secure Olympic spots in Mammoth

MAMMOTH, California (Reuters) - American snowboarder Kyle Mack made up for a disappointing first trip down the slopestyle course on Saturday with two impressive runs to win the U.S. Grand Prix in Mammoth and qualify for next month's Olympics in Pyeongchan


Three top Tories deny ‘trying to pocket thousands of pounds by telling Chinese tycoons how to cash-in on Britain leaving EU’

THREE senior Tories have denied wrongdoing after being embroiled in an alleged “cash for Brexit” scandal. The former cabinet ministers were allegedly secretly filmed discussing payment for advising Chinese businessmen how to best to cash in on


100 MPs to demand Theresa May ends free movement and takes Britain out of single market the second we leave the EU

OVER 100 MPs will order Theresa May to hold Brussels negotiators to ransom by refusing to sign off on any divorce payments until a free trade deal is struck. Led by top Tory Jacob Rees-Mogg, the group will demand that the prime minister ends free movement

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Gemma Atkinson ‘insists she’s single’ after she’s spotted kissing Gorka Marquez

GEMMA Atkinson “insists she’s single” just days after she was spotted kissing Strictly Come Dancing professional Gorka Marquez. The Sunday Mirror report that when they asked the 33-year-old about her relationship status she confirmed sh

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