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Labour’s plan for four EXTRA bank holidays would cost the economy £10billion, warn experts

LABOUR plans to introduce four extra public holidays on all the patron saint’s days were slammed yesterday – as economists estimated it could cost Britain almost £10 billion. The policy – first announced in last year’s general election manife

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Britain should be ready to bomb Syria again if President Assad continues to use chemical weapons, says Defence Minister

BRITAIN may have to intervene again in Syria because President Assad may still be tempted to use chemical weapons, a Defence Minister warned. Tobias Ellwood said “we don’t know” if the recent airstrikes were enough to stop him in the future. He told

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Brexiteers fury over fears Theresa May might be forced to keep Britain in the Customs Union after we leave the EU

BREXITEERS are said to be furious over fears Theresa May could be forced to keep Britain in the EU’s Customs Union after we leave. Boris Johnson and Liam Fox could even quit if we’re tied to the bloc – as we would be unable to do trade d

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U.S. President Trump to visit Britain mid-year, possibly July: reports

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will visit Britain midway through 2018, possibly in July, British newspapers reported on Saturday, citing government sources in Washington and London.

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Britain Should Send Troops To Protect Syrians From Bashar Al-Assad, Ex-Defence Chief Says

A former defence chiefhas called the air strikes on Syriaa “missed opportunity” to impact the civil war and said Britain should send soldiers in to protect people from the Bashar Al-Assad regime.Lord Richards said Britain, America and France&r

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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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Tory MPs demand PM fires ‘trade ambassador’ who voted to stop post-Brexit deals with other countries

TORY MPs last night demanded Theresa May sack her Remainer trade ambassador who voted to stop Britain forging new deals with other countries after Brexit. Baroness McGregor-Smith sparked uproar after voting with Labour to keep Britain tied to Brussels cus

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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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Michael Gove says UK gives ‘warmest welcome’ to people from abroad

MICHAEL GOVE yesterday insisted Britain was the “most immigration friendly” country in Europe in a fightback over the Windrush debacle. The Environment Secretary said EU research itself declared Britain had the “warmest welcome” of any member stat

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Indian PM Narendra Modi vows his country will be an even closer trading partner to Britain after Brexit

INDIA’S Prime Minister pledged his country’s key support to Theresa May’s Brexit plans yesterday – vowing to become an even closer partner with Britain after our EU exit. Narendra Modi said London’s world-leading role in the financial sector

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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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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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Son of cancer-suffering Windrush immigrant who was set to leave Britain TOMORROW says he feels ‘disgraced’

THE SON of a cancer-suffering Windrush immigrant has told of his shame of being made to leave the country tomorrow. 35-year-old Mozi Haynes was all set to buy his own ticket to St Vincent and the Grenadines tomorrow after Home Office officials denied him

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Mother-of-five Windrush kid who has lived and worked in Britain for 50 YEARS branded illegal immigrant

A MOTHER of five Windrush kid who arrived in the UK aged six and who has lived here for fifty years was branded an illegal immigrant. Sarah O’Connor arrived in Britain in the 1960s from Jamaica, but she then lost her job, was unable to claim benefit

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Church leaders slammed as ‘idiots’ for meeting Syrian government just days after the Douma gas attack

CHURCH leaders were last night branded “useful idiots” after meeting and praising the Syrian government just days after the Douma gas attack. A delegation of prominent Anglican vicars held a series of meetings with the Assad regime in Damascus just ho

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MP Dominic Grieve says Tory rebels could force Britain to stay in an EU customs union if peers reject Government’s Brexit plans

TORY rebels could force Britain to stay in an EU customs union if peers rip up the Government’s Brexit plans on Wednesday, says a leading Conservative MP. The House of Lords is voting on a Jeremy Corbyn amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill — and Labour

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The Uncertainty Hanging Over Windrush Families Is Unacceptable

There are few moments more iconic in modern British history than the arrival of HMS Windrush.When the Windrush docked in Essex in June 1948, it brought nearly five hundred Caribbean migrants to live, work and settle in Britain. By the 1960s

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Theresa May in climbdown as she agrees to hold talks on Caribbean migrants being ‘forced out of Britain after decades living here’

THERESA MAY was today forced to make an embarrassing U-turn in the face of a growing row over the treatment of Windrush migrants who have spent decades in Britain. The PM has agreed to meet a group of Commonwealth leaders after previously denying their re

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US Warns It Remains 'Locked And Loaded' As NATO Says Syria Strike Was 'Right Thing To Do'

NATO has expressed its “full support” for the retaliation strike on Syria undertaken on Saturday as the US warned it remains “locked and loaded”.Nato Secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said he had been fully briefed by the US, Brit

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“Mission Accomplished!”: Trump declares victory after Syria strikes — but what was achieved?

Trump was quick to declare victory after the strikes against the Assad regime, but was anything actually achieved?

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Britain and Australia to meet over a bumper £7bn post-Brexit trade deal

BRITAIN and Australia will meet next week to intensify trade talks over a bumper £7 billion post-Brexit trade deal as UK officials fly Down Under to thrash out an agreement. Australia wants the wide-ranging deal to scrap all imports on food and wine R

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World Leaders Respond To The Coordinated Strike In Syria

President Trump said a strike coordinated with Britain and France was launched Friday night.

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Britain ready to cave in to Spain’s Gibraltar demands, claims Michel Barnier

BRITAIN is ready to cave into Spain’s demands for more control over Gibraltar, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has claimed. In incendiary comments, Michel Barnier said Britain was already in talks with Madrid over Spain’s wish to have joint control

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Britain and Australia open new trade talks in bid to boost £7bn links after Brexit with wine imported from Down Under set to get cheaper

BRITAIN and Australia are set to open new trade talks in a bid to boost their £7billion links after Brexit – with wine imported from Down Under set to get cheaper as a result. The Aussie PM Malcolm Turnbull is flying to London for talks with There

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Brexit will allow Britain to build new links and get a ‘more impactful’ trade deal with Canada the day after we leave the EU, its PM Justin Trudeau declares

BREXIT will allow Britain to build new links and get a “more impactful” trade deal with Canada the day after we leave the EU, according to the country’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He said agreements are always “challenging” but was bulli

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Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau pledges super-charged trade deal with Britain the day after Brexit

CANADA’S leader wants talks on a super-charged trade deal with Britain the day after Brexit. Justin Trudeau is keen to begin negotiations on an even better agreement than the one the UK enjoys through the EU. In a boost for Theresa May, the young PM sai

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Exports of UK goods and services soar by 10% as Britain prepares to quit the EU

BRITAIN’S exports to the rest of the world have soared by 10 per cent as we prepare to quit the EU, official stats revealed today. The trade boom saw sales of UK goods and services add an extra £60billion to the economy in the past year. Figures fr

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Britain hit with 49 cyber hack attempts from Russia in the last six months alone, Amber Rudd reveals

BRITAIN has been pelted with 49 cyber incidents related to Russian actors in the last six months alone, Amber Rudd has revealed. The Home Secretary said the threat was “not diminishing” and the National Cyber Security centre had highlighted ro

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Almost a million migrants were given EU citizenship in 2016 and the right to settle in Britain and register for UK citizenship before we exit EU freedom of movement rules

NEARLY a million migrants were given EU citizenship in 2016 – and the right to settle in Britain. Figures from Eurostat showed that 101,000 Moroccans, 67,000 Albanians and 41,000 Indians were among the 995,000 who gained citizenship in one of 28 EU memb

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Theresa May admits Britain’s fishing quotas up for grabs after Brexit

THERESA May yesterday admitted Britain’s fishing quotas will be up for grabs after Brexit – risking a bitter war with Tory Brexiteers. Speaking alongside Danish PM Lars Rasmussen on a trip to Copenhagen yesterday, the PM said: “As an ind

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Billionaire tycoon George Soros gives another £400,000 to anti-Brexit group in bid to keep Britain inside EU

THE BILLIONAIRE tycoon George Soros has given another £400,000 to an anti-Brexit group in a bid to keep Britain inside the EU. The Hungarian-born philanthropist has responded to criticism of his donations by handing hundreds of thousands more to Best For

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Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway Mortified After On-Air Hair Malfunction

We’re all guilty of not being at our best first thing on a Monday morning, butKate Garraway’s hairdresser must have really been feeling it this week.  That’s because the presenter was left mortified after discovering her hairdr

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Two thirds of ‘child’ refugees in UK who are quizzed about their age are OLDER than 18

TWO THIRDS of “child” refugees who are quizzed over their real age are actually adults, an official report has revealed. Hundreds of asylum seekers were last year found to be older than they claimed, according to Home Office figures. The stats

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