Nigel Farage chickens out of live TV debate with Change UK’s Heidi Allen

Nigel Farage has chickened out of a head-to-head TV debate with Change UK leader Heidi Allen. The Brexit Party leader refused the challenge last night, just days after suffering an on-air meltdown over his views on privatising the NHS and relaxing gun laws. Ms Allen challenged the ex-Ukipper in a party election broadcast, launched on Monday night ahead of next […]

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Tory Brexiteers branded ‘Dad’s Army’ as splits scupper bid to topple Theresa May

Tory Brexiteers today admitted their bid to topple Theresa May embarrassingly flopped because of infighting in their ranks. Tory MP Steve Baker said there is “a tactical disagreement” among supporters of the hardline European Research Group (ERG) of Tory Brexiteers, over when to force a no-confidence vote in Mrs May’s leadership. Jacob Rees-Mogg, who chairs the group, called on supporters […]

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Jeremy Corbyn brands Tory government too ‘weak and divided’ to deal with Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn branded Theresa May’s Tory government too ‘weak and divided’ to deal with Brexit . And the Prime Minister refused to rule out paying the EU £39 billion, even if Britain crashes out without a deal. And Mrs May insisted her Chequers plan was not "dead" – despite not mentioning it in her speech to Conservative Party Conference. At […]

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Latest glitch for UK's May – botched party app lets public log in as cabinet ministers

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party apologized on Saturday after releasing a phone app for the annual party conference that let members of the public log in as senior government ministers and view their personal details. Dawn Foster, a columnist with the Guardian newspaper, discovered that a flaw in the app allowed users to log […]

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