FREXIT? Marine Le Pen will ‘free farmers from EU straitjacket' amid milk price crisis

France’s agriculture is the largest in the EU despite facing numerous challenges in recent years, including a bird flu outbreak and public fears over genetically modified (GM) crops. 

However it is falling prices that have had the biggest impact on farms, with many forced to let ...

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PM's aide under fire for saying disability benefits should go to 'really disabled people'

Tory MP George Freeman, who is head of the Number 10 Downing Street policy unit, made the remarks as he defended plans to slash £3.7billion from Personal Independence Payments. 

He told BBC Radio 5 Live: "These tweaks are actually about rolling back some bizarre decisions by ...

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Terrified shoppers fear terror attack as man storms London high street with MEAT CLEAVER

People were forced to flee “shouting and screaming’ when the man stormed Dalston, north east London, just after 3pm on Sunday afternoon. 

One man was rushed to hospital with serious injuries, while police arrested a suspect in connection with the incident on Kingsland ...

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Britons to lose up to £1.1bn after new £1 coins come into circulation

The 12-sided piece will be launched on March 28, bringing to an end the round coin’s 34-year reign. But a study found fewer than one in five of us knows when the old coin goes out of circulation. 

And only 13 per cent realised they will have to spend their old £1 coins by ...

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Embattled Jeremy Corbyn LOSES IT when asked whether he will still be Labour leader in 2020

The left-wing chief refused to answer whether he would stand for the next general election during a television interview following the Labour Party’s  humiliating loss at the Copeland by-election on Thursday.  

When asked Jeremy Corbyn instead dodged the question and ...

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German politician brands rival a ‘NAZI’ over controversial Holocaust remarks

Thomas Oppermann, the chairman of the Social Democrats (SPD), said Germany could no longer tolerate discrimination based on gender, religion, national origin or heritage.

And he slapped down the rise of nationalist ideology - saying it had “no place” in society.

The ...

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Wales women’s rugby international, 20, dies in tragic car accident

Miss Norkett, 20, from Llandarcy, Neath, had been the youngest player in the 2014 Rugby World Cup when she turned out for her country aged just 17. 

She died in a two-car collision on the A4109 between Banwen and Glynneath, at about 7.40pm on Saturday. 

A 42-year-old woman ...

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'Immigration does not lead to crime!' Swedish MP attacks Trump over controversial comments

During a rally in Florida last week, the US President claimed the country was “having problems like they never thought possible” after taking in “large numbers” of migrants.

He also insinuated there had been an attack or major incident in the Nordic country on the ...

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'Its BOGUS' Hitler’s phone ‘used to issue orders in WW2’ is A FAKE, says German expert

Originally a black Bakelite phone that was later painted crimson and engraved with Hitler's name, the phone was allegedly found in the Nazi leader's Berlin bunker in 1945 following the regime's defeat.

The Siemens-made rotary telephone, embossed with a swastika and eagle symbol of the ...

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Fake £5 notes are circulating across Britain - and here's how to spot them

The Bank of England have launched an investigation after a surge of cases where the design is being copied to paper. 

When the polymer note was launched last year, it was believed criminals would find it impossible to counterfeit. 

However it has now emerged the design has ...

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Killer Ian Stewart's sons to get share of murdered author’s £3m will

Children’s writer Helen Bailey left the majority of her estate to Stewart who murdered her to get his hands on the cash.

He was jailed for life last week and will not now get a penny.

Ms Bailey was close to her killer’s sons Jamie, 24 and Oliver, 21, and named them as ...

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Driver jailed for 30 months after trying to smuggle four Afghans into Britain in his boot

Dwayne Lovelock, 31, was trying to cross the Channel Tunnel in Coquelles, France. 

He told officials he had been to visit his girlfriend, a student at a college near Brussels, Belgium. 

But when they opened the boot of his British-registered Hyundai Sante Fe they ...

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Nigel Farage calls for Trump’s immigration policy to be welcomed by the British people

The former Ukip leader insisted that the Government needed to strengthen vetting of people coming into the UK.  

Speaking from Washington where the MEP spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Nigel Farage urged the British public to take note of President Trump’s ...

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Lamborghini driver in war over mayor’s parking spot

Ash White, 22, was slapped with six tickets after leaving his bright orange sports car outside the town hall.

He enlisted the help of a parking law expert who forced council officials to cancel the fines.

They admitted that at least two of the tickets were invalid because the words ...

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IRAN WAR GAMES: Tehran stages huge navy drill north of Indian Ocean amid tensions with US

The latest exercise, code-named Velayat 95, aims to enhance the nation’s “defence capabilities”. 

The massive drill is being held in area of 2million square kilometres, spanning the Strait of Hormuz, the Sea of Oman, north of the Indian Ocean and the Bab-el-Mandeb ...

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Friends rally for D-Day veteran who was robbed during stay in hospital

Vic Bignell, 94, suffered a broken nose, chipped jaw bone, cuts, bruises and a cracked rip after tripping on a kerb and hitting the pavement. 

Passers-by came to his aid and an ambulance took him to hospital, but when his possessions were returned to him on the ward, his wallet was ...

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Samsung Galaxy S8 release date REVEALED - Samsung announces major news for Galaxy fans

Samsung fans have just been treated to one their best views yet of the Galaxy S8.

The Korean firm has just given a sneak preview of what’s to come during their Mobile World Congress press conference.

The short video not only reveals what appears to be an edge-to-edge display ...

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‘I wouldn’t vote for her’ Farage SAVAGES Merkel & predicts BIG SHIFT in European politics

Savaging the leader of the Christian Democratic Party in an interview with DW, the former UKIP frontman lashed out over the controversial immigration policies in Germany.

He also criticised the Brussels bloc for its free movement deal, citing the Berlin Christmas market attack after ...

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'It's a FANTASY!' Andrew Neil grills Scottish Labour leader over federal Britain proposal

In a live interview, the veteran broadcaster told Kezia Dugdale her proposal for a more devolved UK was “fantasy”. 

Earlier this week Scottish Labour delegates backed a motion for radical reforms of Britain’s constitution at the party’s conference in ...

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INCREDIBLE PHOTO: Scientists release snap of the 'heart of Mars’

The Red planet is mainly covered with fine-grained rocks, which normally conceal the Martian bedrock. 

However this amazing shot captures the bedrock exposed and only partially covered with sand dunes.

High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) scientists shared the ...

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Who will win the German election? Latest polls and predictions for Merkel, Schulz and AfD

Mr Schulz’s Social Democrats (SPD) overtook Mrs Merkel’s Christian Democrats in a new ‘Deutschland Trend’ poll published by ARD on Friday,

The poll found that 32 per cent of Germans would vote for the SPD if the election was held today, putting the party a point ...

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