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Project Fear’s Brexit predictions of financial doom were out by a huge £100billion

PROJECT Fear’s Brexit sums were wrong to the tune of £100billion, a staggering study found yesterday. George Osborne’s Treasury forecasts were a “giant error” and its predictions were wildly off scale, according to a report. The paper by Timothy

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Theresa May vows she won’t bow to Remainers’ demands we stay in EU’s Customs Union

LEAVING the Customs Union is a Government “red line” which will not be crossed, Downing Street sources insist. And Prime Minister Theresa May will refuse to cave in over the policy vow, they declared. Cabinet ministers rallied round Mrs May yesterday,

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Brexit: Cabinet Unrest After Report Theresa May Is To 'Accept Staying In Customs Union'

Theresa May is facing unrest within the top ranks of the Conservative Party amid reports the Prime Minister will break her promise to take the UK out of the European Union’s customs union.A Sunday Times report suggestedMay is preparing to concede de

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Hundreds of Brit jobs put at risk as EU trade war with Indonesia looms

HUNDREDS of British jobs have been put at risk by an EU trade war. Airbus fears a £1.5billion deal to supply planes to Indonesia has hit the rocks because of an attempt by Brussels to ban the country’s major exports. It will be a major blow to the futu

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Anti-Brexit Lords are pitting Parliament against the people

THE Brexit wreckers in the House of Lords have started to inflict significant defeats on the Government this week. They plan to send back to the Commons a raft of amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill which are designed to subvert Brexit, or even stop it a

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Boris Johnson and Michael Gove ‘risk wrecking Brexit’ with Tory leadership plot

CABINET big guns risk wrecking Brexit because they are too busy plotting to succeed Theresa May, it was claimed last night. Silent ministers have been accused of taking their eye off the ball, letting Remainers dictate the agenda. Top Tories believe Brexi

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Brexit negotiators on both sides reject reports that Irish border talks have stalled again, insist they’re moving toward a solution

BOTH British and Brussels Brexit negotiators last night scotched reports that trade talks had already stalled over the testy Irish border issue. Michel Barnier said Britain and the EU were three quarters of the way to a deal but warned the hardest negotia

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Economy will pick up when Brexit deal is finally completed, says Chancellor

CONFIDENCE in the UK economy will pick up later this year as the outcome of Brexit becomes clearer, the Chancellor said yesterday. Philip Hammond said the continuing uncertainty caused by the negotiations was “dampening” investment. But speaking at th

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EU sharks want to force the UK to stay in the customs union, a hideously one-sided arrangement that would be disastrous for our economy

SENIOR Cabinet Brexiteers are more concerned about the project than they have been in some time. The reason for this: the concerted push under way to keep Britain in a customs union with the EU forever more. If Britain is to take full advantage of the opp

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Brexit migration row as PM suggests EU citizens could get more access to Britain even after we quit

DOWNING Street sparked a bitter immigration row today by refusing to rule out preferential treatment for EU migrants post Brexit. As the Commonwealth summit continued to be engulfed by the Windrush row, the PM’s spokesman said any details “would be a

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Brexit: EU reportedly rejects UK's Irish border solutions

Reports of an impasse in Brussels come as Michel Barnier says 25% of Brexit deal is still to be settled.

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Brexit divorce bill will be £3BILLION bigger than promised by Theresa May, shock report claims

BRITAIN’S £38billion divorce bill from Brussels is at least £3billion short, the UK’s finance watchdog has warned. The National Audit Office found some pledges the government have made to honour payments to EU funds were not included in the final to

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The Waugh Zone Friday April 20, 2018

1. WHERE ARE YOU FROM?It’s the final day of the Commonwealth summit. After talks at Windsor Castle, Theresa May will stand alongside other leaders for a press conference in central London this evening. Despite new agreements on plastics polluti

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Cabinet split over post-Brexit immigration as Amber Rudd accused of stalling blueprint amid Windrush scandal

AMBER Rudd has been accused of dragging her heels over post-Brexit immigration amid the Windrush scandal. A cabinet split is reportedly opening up after the Home Secretary kicked a new immigration bill into the long grass and refused to commit to reducing

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Theresa May in new Brexit defeat as EU rejects her plans to avoid hard border in Northern Ireland

EU CHIEFS have piled pressure on Theresa May by rejecting British plans to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland. The Prime Minister’s proposals were subjected to a “systematic and forensic annihilation” this week in a meeting between senior EU of

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EU ‘slams brakes on Brexit trade deal’ after throwing out Theresa May’s Northern Ireland plans

EU CHIEFS have allegedly halted internal talks on a post-Brexit trade deal after rejecting Theresa May’s plans to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland. The Prime Minister’s proposals were subjected to a “systematic and forensic annihilation

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How old is Vince Cable, when did he become leader of the Lib Dems and who is his wife Rachel Smith?

VINCE Cable is the Cambridge-educated MP who became leader of the Liberal Democrats in July last year. Here’s all you need to know about the long-serving politician who sparked fury recently by claiming Brexit voters want more “white faces

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Planes will not be grounded after Brexit says Transport Secretary as he claims EU ministers ‘snort with derision at the idea’

PLANES will not be grounded after Brexit says the Transport Secretary, as he claims his fellow EU ministers “snort with derision at the idea”. Chris Grayling sought to dismiss fears that air travel will be disrupted after we quit Brussels following nu

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Theresa May may strike post-Brexit deal on EU immigration rights BEFORE report into impact of sky-high migration is ready

THERESA MAY may strike a post-Brexit deal on EU immigration rights BEFORE a report into the impacts of sky-high migration is ready, officials revealed yesterday. Professor Alan Manning, the head of the Migration Advisory Committee, said he’d been told

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David Cameron Thinks Brexit Is The 'Wrong Course' But Admits Britain Was An 'Unhappy Tenant' In The EU

David Cameron has said Britain chose the “wrong course” by voting forBrexitbut admitted quitting the EU was a “legitimate choice” as the UK was often a  “slightly reluctant and sometimes unhappy tenant” in the bloc

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Brexit: Ministers suffer first defeat on EU Withdrawal Bill

Peers back a proposal requiring ministers to report on negotiating a continued customs union with EU.

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Remainer Lords vote to keep Britain in EU customs union in Brexit blow for Theresa May

REMAIN-BACKING peers have voted to keep Britain in the EU customs union after we leave as Theresa May suffered her first defeat in the House of Lords on her key Brexit legislation. Peers passed an amendment which wants to force the Prime Minister to chan

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May Suffers Lords Major Defeat As Peers Vote To Avoid Hard Brexit And Keep Open EU Customs Union Membership

Theresa May has suffered a major Parliamentary defeat over Brexit after the House of Lords voted to keep open the option of staying in the EU Customs Union.Peers voted by 348 to 225 for a cross-party amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill to require the Go

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Brexit row 'reaching endgame' - Sturgeon

The first minister says the dispute over powers after Brexit needs to be resolved in "days rather than weeks".

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Brexit: 'Windrush warning' over right-to-remain process

EU nationals must not face a "bureaucratic nightmare" to stay in the UK, Guy Verhofstadt warns.

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Arron Banks slams claims he used customer data to influence Brexit vote

BOSS of insurance giants GoSkippy last night slammed whistleblower claims that he harvested customer data to campaign for Brexit. Tycoon Arron Banks accused an ex-Cambridge Analytica employee of smears after the explosive allegations were aired in Parliam

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Fishing industry warning over future of small boats before Brexit

Hundreds of small boats will be lost unless they are allowed to land bigger catches, the fishing industry says.

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