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Delay Brexit if deal is rejected, Dominic Grieve tells Theresa May

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption‘I hope the prime minister will listen’ Conservative rebel Dominic Grieve has urged the prime minister to delay Brexit if her EU withdrawal deal is rejected by MPs next week. Mr Grieve, who backs calls for another referendum, said she could remove the 29 March date from UK legislation and ask the EU for more time. Cabinet ministers who oppose leaving the EU without a deal had a “duty to resign” if she refused to do so. Ministers warn the UK faces…

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Callum Hudson-Odoi: Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri tells winger to stay

‘Bayern Munich target’ Hudson-Odoi dazzles for Chelsea in FA Cup Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi should not leave the club because he has a “very great future” in England, says boss Maurizio Sarri. Blues assistant manager Gianfranco Zola confirmed Bayern Munich are “very interested” in Hudson-Odoi on Friday. The 18-year-old provided both goals for Alvaro Morata in Chelsea’s FA Cup third round victory over Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. “To stay here is better for him,” said Sarri. “He is very young but he is improving, especially in the…

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Strictly’s AJ Pritchard tells of home town attack ordeal

A festive night out turned into a nightmare for Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Pritchard and his brother Curtis – when they were attacked in a nightclub in their home town, Nantwich. Speaking to the BBC, the professional dancers described being left battered and bruised, with Curtis needing emergency surgery on his knee. A 20-year-old man arrested following the incident at the Nakatcha nightclub has been released under investigation. Source link

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Report: DeSean Jackson tells Bucs he wants out of Tampa

FILE PHOTO: Philadelphia Eagles’ wide receiver DeSean Jackson (10) moves the ball against Buffalo Bills’ corner back Leodis McKelvin (21) in the fourth quarter of their NFL football game in Orchard Park, New York October 9, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz Wide receiver DeSean Jackson has told the Tampa Bay Bucs that he wants out of his contract to play elsewhere next year, ESPN reported Thursday. The Bucs would clear $10 million in cap space by releasing him. Jackson is making $11 million this season. The relationship between Jackson and the club…

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Brexit deal good for constituents, May tells MPs

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The prime minister is to defend her deal at the G20 summit in Argentina Theresa May has urged MPs to think about their constituents, rather than rejecting her deal for leaving the EU. The PM, who was on her way to the G20 summit in Argentina, said her plan would protect the “jobs and livelihoods and security” of their constituents. And she accused Labour of advocating leaving without a deal by rejecting her Brexit compromise while not putting forward a “proper alternative”. Labour argues a…

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Lion Air JT610 crash: What the preliminary report tells us

Image copyright EPA Image caption The wreckage was found 370m from the plane’s last known position Indonesian investigators have released a preliminary report on the Lion Air flight JT610 that crashed on 29 October, killing 189 people. It details what is known by the authorities about the short time the Boeing 737 Max plane was in the air, but does not give a definitive cause for the accident. The full report is not expected until next year – but here’s what we know so far. There were serious technical problems…

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Brexit: Back my deal or risk more division, May tells MPs

Image copyright EPA Rejecting the Brexit deal will be risky and lead to “division and uncertainty”, Prime Minister Theresa May will say to MPs who oppose her plan. Her Commons speech comes after the 27 other EU leaders approved the terms of the UK’s exit at a summit on Sunday. Mrs May now has to persuade politicians in the UK Parliament to back the deal. But cabinet ministers admit she faces an uphill struggle, with Labour, the Lib Dems, the SNP, the DUP and many Tory MPs set to vote…

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Brexit: Donald Tusk tells European Union to approve deal

Image copyright AFP European Council President Donald Tusk has recommended that the EU approve the Brexit deal at a summit on Sunday. It comes after Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez dropped his threat to boycott the summit after reaching an agreement over Gibraltar. He said he had received the written guarantees he needed over Spain’s role in the future of the British territory. UK Prime Minister Theresa May flies into Brussels later to hold talks with top EU officials, ahead of the summit. Source link

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Child’s note tells driver bus hit his parked car

Image copyright @Andrew_Sipowicz Image caption Andrew Sipowicz pointed out the child’s drawing of the bus was not to scale A college student’s “shout-out” to a child who left a note on his damaged car, telling him a school bus driver was to blame, has been widely shared on Twitter. Andrew Sipowicz, from Buffalo, New York, found the handwritten note on his vehicle, which read “Bus 449 hit your car”, alongside a drawing. After he shared the note on social media, its author’s sixth grade teacher recognised the handwriting and got…

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Brexit: DUP tells Theresa May to ‘keep her side of the bargain’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSammy Wilson, DUP: “The government had broken one of the fundamental agreements they had with us… we had to do something.” The DUP has warned Theresa May to “keep her side of the bargain” on Brexit after the party’s 10 MPs withheld their support in votes on Budget measures. It sent a “political message” to the PM over her willingness to “separate” Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK, Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson said. Mrs May insists her draft deal, to…

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