Author: Tim Sculthorpe

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At around 4pm, the pound was off 1.38per cent against the Euro at 1.10 and down 1.62 per cent against the dollar at 1.25. [Read More]
Tags: Pound - Brexit - Euro
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Norwegian MP Heidi Nordby Lunde (pictured) warned Britain cannot have the same deal enjoyed by her country even if Theresa May's deal is defeated. [Read More]
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Leaked papers suggest Ireland would face foot shortages and a 7 per cent plunge in GDP if there was a sudden no deal in March... [Read More]
Tags: Ireland - WORSE - Leaked
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Paul Nuttall said he made the decision after 'much soul searching' but warned current leader Gerard Batten was dragging Ukip to the right in a... [Read More]
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Pressure is mounting rapidly on Mrs May ahead of Tuesday's showdown, amid claims she should try and call off the vote or go back to... [Read More]
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In a clear signal the PM's hopes of winning the vote are still fading, Johnny Mercer said the deal breaks Mrs May's own red lines... [Read More]
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Boris Johnson insisted the breach of the rules on nine occasions was 'inadvertent' but was the Standards Committee still recommended he apologise. [Read More]
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Damian Collins, the chairman of Parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, said there was a 'considerable public interest' in the papers. [Read More]
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The Chancellor said just getting the necessary planning permission for a radical overhaul of the Channel port in two years would be a challenge -... [Read More]
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Andrea Leadsom warned MPs they would live to 'regret' forcing the Government to publish the final legal advice on the Brexit deal today. [Read More]
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Remainer Dominic Grieve was joined by 25 Tory rebels to re-write the rules on what happens if and when Theresa May's deal is defeated in... [Read More]
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Mark Harper brings to around 103 Tory MPs pledged to vote against the deal, enough to consign Mrs May to a humiliating landslide loss. [Read More]
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Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom confirmed it would be published around 11.30am today with 'regret' after Theresa May suffered an historic triple defeat in the Commons. [Read More]
Speaking on the fringe of Labour's conference, Len McCluskey compared the fight over anti-Semitism to the 'Charge of the Light Brigade' and claimed it was... [Read More]
The Labour leader said his party would effectively double council tax on holiday homes and other additional properties, raising an extra £560million. [Read More]
Tags: Labour - owners - hit
Michael Spurr will step down as chief executive of the Prison and Probation Service in March. Sources made clear officials at the Ministry of Justice... [Read More]
The Liberal Democrat leader, making what is likely to be the final conference speech of his frontline political career, pleaded for a second Brexit referendum. [Read More]
Bex Bailey waived her right to anonymity almost a year ago to reveal the attack on her in 2011 when she was aged just 19.... [Read More]
Despite being the star attraction at the Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton today, anti-Brexit Gina Miller activist insisted she was not their 'leader in waiting'. [Read More]
The former business secretary announced earlier this month he would not stay until the next election, due in 2022, but refused to say when he... [Read More]
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