September 9, 2019
Boris Johnson has drawn up plans to sabotage any Brexit extension without breaking the law, The Daily Telegraph has learnt.
British Airways has told its passengers not to turn up at airports as the biggest strike action in the airline’s 100 year history begins today.
Donald Trump has called off negotiations with the Taliban. Britain’s economy is set to be transformed by a boom in the science, technology and healthcare industries. And more people are leaving money for charities in their wills, new figures show.
September 5, 2019
The House of Lords have sat in a late night session to make a cross party agreement that means a bill designed to stop a no-deal Brexit will pass by 5pm on Friday.
So what now for the Brexit process?
In other news, train stations becoming eating and shopping “destinations” is partly behind an apparent surge in crime on Britain’s rail network.
September 4, 2019
Boris Johnson was defeated in the Commons last night by MPs opposing a no-deal Brexit, and has said that he will bring forward a motion for an early general election.
Hurricane Dorian is confirmed to have claimed at least seven lives in the Bahamas, and is currently moving up the Southeastern coat of the USA.
And police have found 1.3 tonnes of heroin hidden in a container ship in Felixtowe.
September 3, 2019
Boris Johnson faces a showdown in Parliament today after he vowed to push for a snap general election if rebel MPs succeed in a bid to seize control of parliamentary proceedings.
At least twenty-five people are dead and nine others missing after a boat carrying scuba divers caught fire off the coast of Southern California.
Hurricane Dorian continues to batter the Bahamas, with at least five people killed as a result of the storm.
September 2, 2019
Boris Johnson is warning Conservative MPs they risk facing deselection if they join forces with Jeremy Corbyn to try to halt a no-deal Brexit.
Hurricane Dorian has become the strongest storm to hit the Bahamas since records began, with winds of up to 225mph.
And defending champion Novak Djokovic has pulled out of the US Open because of a shoulder injury.
August 31, 2019
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August 30, 2019
Jeremy Corbyn has endorsed a plot by his hard-left supporters to “shut down the streets” to protest at Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans.
Meanwhile, Boris Johnson has said the UK’s Brexit negotiators will meet their EU counterparts twice a month to try and secure a deal for the UK.
A new study has found that Hormone replacement therapy increases the risk of breast cancer by a third.
August 29, 2019
Parliament will be suspended just days after MPs return to work in September - a few weeks before the Brexit deadline. There has been lots of reaction on both sides of the Brexit debate, and from protestors around the country.
The Duke of York’s closest supporters have insisted that a photograph showing him with a Jeffrey Epstein victim must have been faked.
Babies born by caesarean section are a third more likely develop autism and a sixth more likely to develop ADHD, a study has found. And scientists have discovered a skull of our earliest ancestor and reconstructed its face.
August 28, 2019
Sajid Javid plays down a pre-Brexit spending spree, and pledges spending on schools, police and the NHS.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will anger Conservative Brexiteers by sticking to the current Withdrawal Agreement and only amending the Irish backstop.
And children are the unhappiest they have been in 25 years, according to a major study.
August 27, 2019
Boris Johnson is sending his chief Brexit advisor to Brussels tomorrow.
World leaders pledged £16 million to fight the fires engulfing the Amazon at the G7 Summit yesterday.
And bigger and taller phone masts will be permitted across the UK, The Telegraph can exclusively reveal.