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Sir Oliver Letwin says he WILL back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Sir Oliver Letwin says he WILL back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Sir Oliver Letwin today said he will back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal after the former Tory rebel's wrecking amendment scuppered the PM's EU divorce plans.

Inside the lavish wedding reception of Jean-Christophe Napoleon Bonaparte and Countess Olympia

Inside the lavish wedding reception of Jean-Christophe Napoleon Bonaparte and Countess Olympia

Jean-Christophe Napoleon Bonaparte, 33, wed Countess Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinnerberg, 31, in Paris yesterday. After the ceremony, the newly-weds and guests celebrated in a castle.

Two 17-year-old boys die in Milton Keynes stabbing that also put two men in hospital 

Two 17-year-old boys die in Milton Keynes stabbing that also put two men in hospital 

A double murder investigation has been launched following the deaths of two teenage boys in Milton Keynes. Crews attended a property in Archford Croft (pictured) after reports of a stabbing.

EU weighs up its next Brexit move after Boris Johnson sends three letters

EU weighs up its next Brexit move after Boris Johnson sends three letters

European leaders are now considering their next move after Boris Johnson blindsided Remainers and triggered major outrage last night as he sent the EU three letters in a bid to thwart a Brexit delay.

#WeLoveYouMeghan: Outpouring of support for Duchess of Sussex

#WeLoveYouMeghan: Outpouring of support for Duchess of Sussex

The royal couple will take six weeks off over Christmas following their ten-day tour of southern Africa. Broadcaster Tom Bradby described them as 'vulnerable and bruised'.

Labour will back second referendum when Brexit legislation is brought in

Labour will back second referendum when Brexit legislation is brought in

Keir Starmer and John McDonnell said the Labour front bench would support an amendment demanding a 'People's Vote' that could stop Britain leaving the EU altogether.

Lawyer who masterminded Supreme Court humiliation helped draft the wrecking amendment

Lawyer who masterminded Supreme Court humiliation helped draft the wrecking amendment

Ten former Tory rebels derailed the crucial Commons vote, dubbed 'Super Saturday', helped by Lord Pannick QC - who has led the charge against the PM in the Supreme Court.

PIERS MORGAN discovers the delights of the French Riviera on Sunseeker Charters Lazy P yacht

PIERS MORGAN discovers the delights of the French Riviera on Sunseeker Charters Lazy P yacht

Piers rented the 73ft Lazy P from Dorset-based Sunseeker Charters and spent 10 days carousing the French Riviera, anchoring in charming bays and dining in very fine restaurants.

Imran Khan says 'it was important for William to know how much Diana was loved in this country' 

Imran Khan says 'it was important for William to know how much Diana was loved in this country' 

Pakistan's Prime Minister met the royal couple in Islamabad as part of their five-day tour. In an interview, the former cricketer said that Diana's death sent shock waves through Pakistan.

Qantas makes history after the longest non-stop commercial flight touches down in Sydney

Qantas makes history after the longest non-stop commercial flight touches down in Sydney

Qantas Flight 7879 took off from New York's John F. Kennedy at 9.27pm on Saturday with 50 passengers and crew on board. The flight took nineteen hours and sixteen minutes.

Qantas makes history after the longest non-stop commercial flight touches down in Sydney

Qantas makes history after the longest non-stop commercial flight touches down in Sydney

Qantas Flight 7879 took off from New York's John F. Kennedy at 9.27pm on Saturday with 50 passengers and crew on board. The flight took nineteen hours and sixteen minutes.

Russian billionaire blocks British ex-wife on WhatsApp as she demands more than £5m of £450m payout

Russian billionaire blocks British ex-wife on WhatsApp as she demands more than £5m of £450m payout

Tatiana Akhmedova, who is in her 40s, was awarded a 41.5 per cent share of businessman Farkhad Akhmedov's £1billion-plus fortune by a British divorce court judge in late 2016 but has only received £5m.

Nearly 90% of Extinction Rebellion voted against Tube protests that sparked violence

Nearly 90% of Extinction Rebellion voted against Tube protests that sparked violence

In a poll of more than 2,000 members on an Extinction Rebellion discussion forum, 88 per cent said they did not want the Tube protests to go ahead.

ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: Am I the last person on the planet who has NOT had Botox?

ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: Am I the last person on the planet who has NOT had Botox?

ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: Chatting recently about how good a mutual friend looked, I suggested they may have had some fresh 'work' done. 'Duh,' shouted another friend. But not me. I have never had Botox.

Haringey Borough players WALK OFF pitch after 'racist abuse' is yelled from stands

Haringey Borough players WALK OFF pitch after 'racist abuse' is yelled from stands

Haringey Borough football players have walked off the pitch in an FA Cup qualifier with Yeovil Town in North London after the opponent's fans were accused of chanting racial abuse.

TALK OF THE TOWN: Home is where the art is for the Marquess of Cholmondeley

TALK OF THE TOWN: Home is where the art is for the Marquess of Cholmondeley

TALK OF THE TOWN: As if his stately pile, Houghton Hall in Norfolk, isn't big enough, the Marquess of Cholmondeley commissioned an artist to paint a two-dimensional house in his back garden.

Turkey-backed militia vow to behead any 'infidel Kurd' they find in northern Syria

Turkey-backed militia vow to behead any 'infidel Kurd' they find in northern Syria

The Turkey-backed militia recorded a video in the border town of Ras al-Ayn in which they threatened to kill all Kurds they found in Northern Syria.

Billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein 'had 13 contact numbers for Prince Andrew'

Billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein 'had 13 contact numbers for Prince Andrew'

Discovered at Jeffrey Epstein's mansion in Florida, the address book was found to have contact details for several of the Duke of York's residences, including Buckingham Palace.

Thieves steal 'strategically placed' bush from naked Birth of Venus sculpture 

Thieves steal 'strategically placed' bush from naked Birth of Venus sculpture 

A Queensland council are looking to replace a 'strategically placed' bush from outside a Bribie Island art centre. The plant had been covering the genitalia of a naked Birth of Venus sculpture.

Strictly Come Dancing: Alfonso Ribeiro steals the show with iconic Fresh Prince Of Bel Air routine

Strictly Come Dancing: Alfonso Ribeiro steals the show with iconic Fresh Prince Of Bel Air routine

Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse were first to take to the dance floor after sweeping three nines during last week's routine, but still managed to only bag second place.

Irish fans sing through All Blacks haka at Rugby World Cup in Japan

Irish fans sing through All Blacks haka at Rugby World Cup in Japan

The New Zealand squad obliterated Ireland 46-14 at Tokyo Stadium in the quarter-final on Saturday.

Mother-of-three, 37, claims she saved about £1,000 after re-decorating staircase for less than £80

Mother-of-three, 37, claims she saved about £1,000 after re-decorating staircase for less than £80

Mother-of-three Sarah Lindsey, 37, from Perthshire in Scotland, has revealed how she re-decorated her staircase for less than £80. Decorations included lamps for £2.50 each and paint for £4.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge popped in for tea with a family who live in a hut

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge popped in for tea with a family who live in a hut

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge ripped up the timetable for their high-profile Pakistan tour - to visit the home of a family they met by the side of the road in remote Wakhan region.

Shortage of pickers leaves 50 million apples rotting in UK orchards

Shortage of pickers leaves 50 million apples rotting in UK orchards

A third of growers say they have been forced to leave 100 tons of fruit unpicked - around 16 million apples - because of a labour shortfall in part fuelled by Brexit uncertainty.

Speaker John Bercow has 'strayed' from rule of law over Brexit says his deputy Dame Eleanor Laing

Speaker John Bercow has 'strayed' from rule of law over Brexit says his deputy Dame Eleanor Laing

Dame Eleanor Laing suggested Mr Bercow (pictured) had been 'aggressive and arrogant' as she laid out her pitch to replace him in the chair at Westminster next month.

Ivan Milat's shock deathbed confession 

Ivan Milat's shock deathbed confession 

Milat, who lies in Sydney's Prince of Wales Hospital with terminal oesophageal and stomach cancer, told his brother and sister-in-law he doesn't need a priest as he has nothing to confess.

IRA planned to knock out electricity in South East England were caught just before, ex-member says

IRA planned to knock out electricity in South East England were caught just before, ex-member says

Former US Marine turned IRA gun runner John Crawley made the claim in a new programme, as part of a BBC series marking the 50th anniversary of the outbreak of the troubles in Northern Ireland.

Gemma Collins 'calls 999 over concerns James Argent had overdosed'

Gemma Collins 'calls 999 over concerns James Argent had overdosed'

According to The Sun , police 'broke into' the TOWIE star's home after he failed to return his friends' phone calls.

Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney tie the knot in intimate ceremony at haunted Rhode Island castle

Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney tie the knot in intimate ceremony at haunted Rhode Island castle

The 29-year-old Oscar winning actress wore a Dior dress as she married the 34-year-old art dealer at the Belcourt of Newport in Newport, Rhode Island.

Fund manager Neil Woodford 'knew he was toast' as he took as much as he could from savers

Fund manager Neil Woodford 'knew he was toast' as he took as much as he could from savers

Peter Hargreaves accuses Woodford of running an investment operation 'probably inadequate for purpose' and says he invested in unquoted businesses without sufficient knowledge.

LIZ JONES COMMONS SKETCH: Theresa May smashed it.

LIZ JONES COMMONS SKETCH: Theresa May smashed it.

LIZ JONES: Theresa May had been looking jittery all morning. She put her glasses on, she took her glasses off, she clutched her notes. She ignored her friend Ken Clarke, mouthing, 'Not now'.

MATTHEW GOODWIN: Boris Johnson is heading for election victory

MATTHEW GOODWIN: Boris Johnson is heading for election victory

The British people have responded far more positively to the Johnson premiership than many commentators and others in Westminster would have you think, writes MATTHEW GOODWIN.

Suzy Lamplugh's family beg for chief suspect in estate agent's murder to be kept in jail

Suzy Lamplugh's family beg for chief suspect in estate agent's murder to be kept in jail

John Cannan, 64, has served more than 30 years for a murder in Bristol but claims police 'smeared' his reputation. Ms Lamplugh's brother asked police to keep him in prison for 'as long as they need to'.

Midwives should wait two minutes before clamping umbilical cord to save lives

Midwives should wait two minutes before clamping umbilical cord to save lives

The lives of 1,500 premature babies could be saved every year if midwives wait two minutes before clamping the umbilical cord, according to researchers.

Kurds 'break Syrian ceasefire'

Kurds 'break Syrian ceasefire'

SDF commander Mazloum Abdi accused Turkey of sabotaging a US-brokered ceasefire on Saturday by blocking the withdrawal of his forces from flashpoint border town Ras al-Ain.

TOBIAS ELLWOOD: China is winning in its war on the West from cyber space to the dark side of moon

TOBIAS ELLWOOD: China is winning in its war on the West from cyber space to the dark side of moon

The People's Republic aims not merely to challenge the dominance of the US but to place itself at the heart of a global sphere of influence with different and disturbingly authoritarian rules.

ITV chief Kevin Lygo faces sexism row after joking two top female bosses are leaving

ITV chief Kevin Lygo faces sexism row after joking two top female bosses are leaving

Director of TV Kevin Lygo announced the departures of daytime commissioning editors Jane Beacon and Clare Ely, suggesting the women were leaving to 'sit on their respective pink sofas'.

PETER HITCHENS: The battle of Canning Town proves barbarism is never as far away as you think 

PETER HITCHENS: The battle of Canning Town proves barbarism is never as far away as you think 

My heart sang when I first watched the film of arrogant, self-righteous Warmists being pulled off the roof of a London Underground train.

Young Britons need to earn £1.7million a year to live like top Instagram 'influencers'

Young Britons need to earn £1.7million a year to live like top Instagram 'influencers'

Social media influencers are going into debt to buy the latest must-have outfit, holiday or hotel stay as they try to keep up with the 'Insta Life'. Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague is an influencer.

The most incredible shots of earth from the air ever feature in The Story of Aerial Photography

The most incredible shots of earth from the air ever feature in The Story of Aerial Photography

From Above: The Story of Aerial Photography is a celebration of 150 years of aerial photos. Here we present 20 of the tome's compelling images from around the world.

Former MP NORMAN BAKER asks how the Duke of York could buy a £13million ski chalet

Former MP NORMAN BAKER asks how the Duke of York could buy a £13million ski chalet

NORMAN BAKER: Each year Prince Andrew receives a tax-free handout from his mother of £249,000 to fund his private office, to which he can add a small naval pension of £20,000.

Transgender lobby forces Always to ditch female logo from its sanitary towels

Transgender lobby forces Always to ditch female logo from its sanitary towels

Outraged women are now boycotting the leading brand after the decision by makers Procter & Gamble (P&G) to kowtow to trans activists who were born female and still use sanitary products.

Prince Charles is 'moved to tears' thinking about William taking over Duchy of Cornwall estate 

Prince Charles is 'moved to tears' thinking about William taking over Duchy of Cornwall estate 

In a documentary, Charles admits he is 'touched' that William has taken an interest in the Duchy of Cornwall, which covers more than 130,000 acres across 23 counties.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'plan to take six weeks off from their royal duties'

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'plan to take six weeks off from their royal duties'

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will reportedly take six weeks off from Royal duties for some 'much-needed family time' following their southern Africa tour.

The House of Fools: MPs subjected us to more agonising Brexit delay

The House of Fools: MPs subjected us to more agonising Brexit delay

At precisely 2.50pm yesterday, when Britain might finally have hoped to move ahead with Brexit, John Bercow said MPs had again voted for more delays to the seemingly interminable process.

Jeremy Corbyn 'wants Boris Johnson's deal to put him out of his misery over Brexit' 

Jeremy Corbyn 'wants Boris Johnson's deal to put him out of his misery over Brexit' 

Labour's Brexit civil war dramatically escalated Saturday night amid claims Jeremy Corbyn wants to lose a new crunch vote on Boris Johnson's deal.

El Chapo's son proves to be hard to catch as father once was thanks to help from his older brother

El Chapo's son proves to be hard to catch as father once was thanks to help from his older brother

New reports indicate El Chapo's son, Ovidio Guzman Lopez (pictured), was released from Mexican authority custody after his older brother orchestrated a violent response to the raid.

Boris Johnson sends THREE letters to the EU: the one from him will urge Brussels NOT to grant delay)

Boris Johnson sends THREE letters to the EU: the one from him will urge Brussels NOT to grant delay)

The first was the letter demanded by the Benn Act, which asks the EU to delay Brexit beyond the October 31 deadline - but not signed by the PM - using the exact wording specified in the legislation.

Kate nails it! ALEXANDRA SHULMAN says the Duchess of Cambridge's royal tour of Pakistan was triumph

Kate nails it! ALEXANDRA SHULMAN says the Duchess of Cambridge's royal tour of Pakistan was triumph

ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: Last week's tour of Pakistan has been widely acknowledged as a triumph for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It's the tour where they came of age.

Alastair Campbell and Peter Mandelson use dark arts to try to seize control of referendum campaign

Alastair Campbell and Peter Mandelson use dark arts to try to seize control of referendum campaign

EXCLUSIVE Peter Mandelson and Alastair Campbell on Saturday night faced claims that they were behind an attempted Blairite 'coup' at the campaign for a second EU referendum.

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