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‘Brexit’s not a blame game’

DOWNING Street sources claimed German chancellor Angela Merkel had made clear that an agreement was now 'overwhelmingly unlikely'. Following a telephone call with Boris Johnson,...

New Brexit plan – will it work?

PRIME Minister Boris Johnson is setting out his Brexit plan, which he describes as a "fair and reasonable compromise" that all sides can agree...

Welcome back

MPs are back at Westminster after the Supreme Court's bombshell ruling Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was unlawful. How has it gone so far? The Commons...

Supreme Court hearing on prorogation

THE UK's highest court heared from a host of supporters of a legal challenge over the controversial prorogation of Parliament - including former prime...

Ed Sheeran makes brain tumour girl’s dream come true

Star helps teenager with inoperable tumour tick one more dream off her bucket list. A TEENAGER with an inoperable brain tumour ticked another dream off...

Drivers against AP7 ‘token’ toll

THE POSSIBILITY that the government is toying with the idea of establishing a nominal toll rate for the motorways that are meant to be...

Abuction feared in missing British teenager case

The family of a 15-year-old London girl who disappeared from a nature resort in Malaysia have said they believe she has been abducted. Nora Quoirin's...

Boris on ‘crash course’ with Brussels

TEAMS representing expats living across Europe went to the heart of the European Union to demand citizens’ rights be ring-fenced ahead of Brexit -...

Boris’ Brexit Cabinet sits in

ARCH-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg and Vote Leave veterans Priti Patel and Dominic Raab joined discussions at the top table in Downing Street yesterday (Thursday) morning. Mr...

Giant jellyfish off coast of Cornwall

A jellyfish the size of a person swam with divers off the coast of Cornwall, in imagery which has amazed social media users. Bioligist Lizzie...

Glastonbury clean-up

HUNDREDS of volunteers and workers have taken part in the clean-up operation at Glastonbury Festival - returning the site from the pop-up city of...

‘Snow’ in summer

MOORLAND hit by wildfire a year ago looks like it has seen snow in June as white flowers bloom through the recovering landscape, the...

Johnson ‘row’ piles on the pressure

TORY leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson faced continued questions about his personal life as he attempted to shift the focus back onto plans for his...

Boris on the path to victory in leadership battle

At the time of going to press Michael Gove emerged as Boris Johnson's main rival for the Tory leadership after the latest round of...

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Animal shelter raided by police

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Top UK musician drowns in Níjar

By Richard Torné A top British rock musician has drowned while on holiday in Níjar. Session guitarist Michael Casswell, 53, who played in the West End...

‘Cuddle thieves’ caught

GUARDIA Civil have arrested two Romanian women (age 28 and 38) as they were about to 'cuddle'-rob an elderly expat couple in La Senieta...