October no longer deadline for Brexit deal, Lidington indicates | Politics

October is no longer the deadline for a Brexit agreement with the EU, David Lidington, the Cabinet Office minister has indicated. In an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Lidington said the EU would have no problem scheduling an emergency meeting to finalise the deal and that a November deadline would be “manageable”. His […]

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Knife arches to be set up at Notting Hill carnival | Culture

Knife arches are being installed at Notting Hill carnival for the first time in the hope they will help reassure people it is safe to attend. After a wave of violent crime in the capital in recent months, the arches will be placed at “strategic points” along the route of the west London street party, […]

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Fugitive ‘taunted cops on Twitter after skipping court to go to Africa’

A FUGITIVE said to have taunted cops after skipping court to go to Africa was remanded in custody by JPs yesterday. Sam Walker, 35, snub-bed an April court date for a road offence — then tweeted videos apparently from Sierra Leone. Sam Walker/Instagram Sam Walker is said to have taunted cops after missing a court […]

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Try these money-saving tips for recreating that summer festival vibe in your own home — plus win £15k in our raffle

MISSED out on a ticket to your favourite festival? Don’t despair. Your wallet will be better off. We spend more than £400 each time we go to a music festival, including tickets, getting there, food and drink, according to money.com. Getty – Contributor The party can be wherever you are, with these festival-busting tips And […]

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Croatia hostel beating Brit Laura Denmar, 26, vows to RETURN to Split and ‘enjoy it properly’ after tourist board offers her free hol and booze

A BRITISH musician who said she was beaten in a hostel in Croatia has accepted an invitation to visit the country for free. Laura Denmar, 26, said she was tricked into staying at an “illegal” hostel in Spilt where she was attacjed with a metal pole by thug owners. SWNS:South West News Service Laura Denmar, above, has […]

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Gareth Southgate faces England selection dilemma as many of his Three Lions’ World Cup squad are struggling in the Premier League

IT WOULD be easy to make England’s homecoming a sentimental affair. Pick the 23 players who went to the World Cup for a lap of honour around Wembley on September 8 against Spain and let them soak it all up. England manager Gareth Southgate had a unity with his players in Russia but now faces […]

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Fans praise Big Brother for warning ‘bully’ Natalie Nunn over her threatening behaviour

FANS backed Celebrity Big Brother for warning Natalie Nunn over her threatening behaviour after making Chloe Ayling break down in tears. The American reality TV star mocked Chloe for being a “cry baby” as she ranted about her vanity chair being left soaking wet because of the 21-year-old. Channel 5 Natalie Nunn wasn’t impressed when […]

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An in-depth look at record-breaking trainer Mark Johnston

HE will go down as the most successful unknown any sport has ever seen. For few outside the close-knit circle of racing will have heard of Mark Johnston. Getty Images – Getty Johnston after reaching the record milestone Yet, after the win of Poet’s Society at York yesterday, he has now trained more winners than […]

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Keir Starmer: second Brexit referendum should be kept on table | Politics

Labour’s Brexit spokesman has said a second referendum should be “on the table” if parliament is not prepared to accept the final divorce deal that Theresa May negotiates with Brussels. Sir Keir Starmer’s statement contradicted remarks that Barry Gardiner, the shadow international trade secretary, made earlier this week and comes at a time when the […]

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