PM faces Brexit extension even if his deal is passed

Labour and onetime Tory MPs join in bid to magnetism through increase with revision on super Saturday Boris Johnson’s plan to push through a Brexit deal on Saturday looks likely to be exasperated after an alliance of Labour and onetime…

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Second whale found dead in Thames in less than two weeks

Discovery of whales person near Gravesend follows deaths among young humpback this month A second whale has been were dead in the Thames less than 2 weeks after a humpback first find dive in the Thames 11 weeks ago. The…

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Speaker hopefuls trash Bercow as Commons disappears into K-hole | John Crace

You didnt ever know why MPs at the hustings craved the job of Speaker or who some of them even were There are some things on which no Speaker can adjudicate. So the nine MPs who have nominated themselves to…

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What’s the point of Nobel prizes?

For some they are the pinnacle of acknowledgment, for others they reek of western bias and sexism. So who will win this years gifts? How did it all start ? To his family’s horror, Alfred Nobel’s last-place will and testament…

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Raising hopes and denying gropes: Tory conference leaves no fantasy untouched

From Mark Francois as a weekend warrior to Boris Johnson as a paragon of sexual quality and Dominic Cummings as an athleisure pinup, ascertaining was not quite believing For the Conservative party’s Manchester conference, the motto was ” Get Brexit…

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Oxford professors children refused visas to join her in UK

US family split as Home Office obligates it increasingly difficult for overseas academics to work in UK universities Amber Murrey, an American academic, was ” euphoric” about being appointed associate professor in geography at Oxford University last year. But the…

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Beach towels and Brexit: how Germans really see the Brits

Exhibition at Bonns House of History certificates unrequited love of all things British The strategy that Germany’s diplomatic corps proposed to keep Britain in the European society was unconventional and bold. In November 1974, the then German chancellor Helmut Schmidt…

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O, for a draught of vintage: Keats House scraps plan to sell alcohol

Hampstead museum where poet formerly lived declines projects following oppositions from locals ” Give me books, French wine-coloured, return, penalty brave and a little music played out of doorways by somebody I do not know ,” the Romantic poet John…

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Johnson and Varadkar clash over Irish backstop in phone call

Taoiseach tells new PM in first converse that EU will not scrap it as part of reopening Brexit talks Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar have clashed over the Irish backstop in their first phone call, with the Irish taoiseach saying…

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‘Time to rebel’: Greta Thunberg adds voice to new song by the 1975

On strips recent single, 16 -year-old activist advises young people to act on climate emergency the 1975. On a racetrack called The 1975, a version of which traditionally opens each of the British band’s albums, the 16 -year-old environmental activist…

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