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'Betrayed!' Furious fisherman demands Sarah Wollaston fight by-election after defection

Trawler skipper Gerald Podschies, a supporter of the anti-Brussels Fishing For Leave campaign, urged the MP to seek a fresh mandate from voters in her Totnes constituency following her decision to switch from the Tories to her new party. Dr Wollaston quit the Conservatives in February to ...

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New plot to block Brexit REVEALED - Heidi Allen plots alliance with pro-EU Tories
HEIDI ALLEN, an independent MP, who was once leader of Change UK has written to at least 20 pro-European Tory MPs requesting they join her in a Remain alliance to avoid facing a targeted campaign to unseat them. ...
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Queen crisis: Palace holds ‘golden triangle’ crisis talks over Queen’s independence
BUCKINGHAM PALACE is holding crisis talks with the Government amid fears Brexit chaos could drag the Queen into politics. Here’s how the “golden triangle” are working to protect the Queen’s independence. ...
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Daily horoscope for August 24: YOUR star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast TODAY

Saturday, August 24, finds an interesting conjunction between Venus and Mars in Virgo. This aspect in our horoscope can encourage us to make changes in our lives. The combination of Venus and Mars relates to the actions we take to fulfil our desires.

Marina Stoichkova, an astrologer from ...

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It’s time we heard from Prince Andrew, say RICHARD AND JUDY

In a nutshell, Andrew finds himself increasingly tarnished with so-called guilt by association. He needs to explain his relationship with the dead paedophile before others do the explaining for him. While he insists he is totally innocent of any wrong-doing and is ‘appalled’ by the ...

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Call for crackdown on 'cowboy' funeral directors in Scotland

Natalie McKail, Scotland’s outgoing inspector of funeral directors, has called for the first state accreditation scheme to offer greater public protection. She urged the Scottish Government to bring forward legislation within 15 months to ensure industry members meet “an agreed ...

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Billy Connolly heads for unseen America in new TV series

The Big Yin defies the fatigue that comes with his Parkinson’s disease by journeying thousands of miles across the USA for the new ITV series, which starts next month. A friend said: “He is in great form, and looking really fit and well given his horrible illness. Billy is an ...

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Crime crisis: Emergency summit after horrific surge in attacks on police

The National Police Chiefs’ Council has summoned each of the 44 most senior officers in England, Wales and Scotland for a summit on how to tackle the criminality blighting the streets of Wild West Britain. Each will be asked to provide details of the circumstances surrounding recent ...

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Hull City Q&A: Takeover latest, Craig Fagan departs and late deals before deadline

Your chance to ask our chief football writer whatever is on your mind

Hull City return to Championship action tomorrow as Grant McCann's men host Bristol City at the KCOM Stadium aiming to bounce back from Tuesday's defeat to Blackburn Rovers.

There are number of selection ...

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Steven Gerrard reveals the Rangers religion shock factor he didn't see coming

Steven Gerrard has been blown away by the raucous Ibrox atmosphere and insists the stadium can still be a bear pit without the bigoted bile.

The Rangers squad were weary after touching down at Glasgow Airport in the early hours of Friday morning after their Europa League draw in Warsaw and ...

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Neil Lennon on using his own Celtic boo boy anger to inspire Boli Bolingoli and Christopher Jullien

Neil Lennon has told Boli Bolingoli and Christopher Jullien to ignore the boo boys as even the Parkhead greats copped flak from the fans.

The £10m duo rose to the challenge against AIK on Thursday night after stuttering starts to the their Celtic careers.

There were groans from the ...

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Maltesers launching white chocolate truffles for Christmas

Fans went wild when Maltesers brought out their delicious chocolate truffles last year.

And this year it seems they've done it again after announcing the launch of their brand new WHITE chocolate truffles for Christmas 2019.

They treats will no doubt be chocolate heaven by ...

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Edinburgh Fringe actor suffers homophobic abuse for pink trousers

An Edinburgh Festival Fringe performer revealed he suffered sickening homophobic abuse because he wore pink trousers.

Brett Sinclair, 24, was called ‘fag’ and ‘batty boy’ by a group of yobs while he was flyering for his show in the Scottish city.

The actor, from Ealing, ...

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South China Sea: US military sends navy ship through strategic Taiwan Strait
US NAVY chiefs sailed one of their warships through the strategic and highly sensitive Taiwan Strait today in a move bound to fan the flames of one of a growing number of flashpoints in Washington’s increasingly hostile relationship with Beijing. ...
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Look who's back! Architect of Project Fear George Osborne gets Boris's backing for IMF job

The Prime Minister suggested the former chancellor as a candidate for the influential international role in a phone conversation with US President Donald Trump. Some diplomats believe he may step up his lobbying for the appointment in conversations with fellow leaders on the margins of the ...

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Paedophile jailed after saying ‘you do what you want to 8-year-olds and get away with it’
A VULGAR paedophile who was tricked into thinking he was chatting to a fellow pervert called ‘Paedo Dad’ online has been jailed after talking about how he could “get away” with molesting eight-year-olds. ...
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Brexit deal will come down to final seconds - David Davis ready for EU's last minute panic

The ex-Cabinet minister said negotiations with other member states would be decided in the final moments, with October being a key month for talks.  The comments come just a day after French President Emmanuel Macron claimed massive changes could not be made in the short timeline. ...

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US interests will dominate Trump and Johnson's trade talks at the G7, campaigners warn

CAMPAIGNERS have warned that the interests of the US will dominate any trade deal discussions between Donald Trump and Boris Johnson at the G7 summit this weekend.

The summit in Biarritz, in the south of France, will be the first time Mr Johnson will meet world leaders of Canada, Italy, ...

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Mikael Lustig continues his Celtic love affair as Hoops hero chooses club over country

Celtic supporters across the world love nothing more than to hail their heroes on social media after a big win.

And Mikael Lustig is certainly no different.

The Swede may have departed the club he loves so dear this summer but he remains one of the their biggest fans.


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Ex-soldier caught on camera walking to job despite claiming over £10,000 in disability benefits

A former soldier who pocketed over £10,000 in disability handouts was caught out when she was filmed walking to her full-time job.

Victoria Antill made off with £10,830 in benefits after claiming she was too ill to work.

The 36-year-old, who was working as a business crime ...

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Teenagers charged with murder after Great Britain athlete knocked off bike

Three teenagers have been charged with the murder of a former Great Britain athlete after knocking him off a bike.

Amrou Greenidge, 18, was left with fatal injuries after he was hit by a car in Fulham, south west London, on Sunday August 18.

He had been riding on his bicycle when he ...

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