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THERESA May has insisted her Brexit deal is the right one to take Britain out of the European Union as she struck a defiant note in the face of the escalating plots against her Premiership –and warned MPs if they reject her plan, they would “take us back to square one”.However, writing in The Sun today, Mrs May showed no signs of backing down, claiming her strategy was “the only one that will work”.
Writing in The Daily Telegraph, Professor John Curtice of the University of Strathclyde, an expert on polls and public opinion, claims that discontent has risen throughout all sides, with public opinion of the Prime Minister at a low.Groups such as the People’s Vote are seemingly gaining momentum as Mrs May’s Cabinet begins to fray at the seams.
VLADIMIR Putin’s superstate has held anti-submarine warfare drills in the Mediterranean sea, just off the coast of Syria, as tensions escalate between Russia and the US.PUBLISHED:
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Russian military and naval officials announced on Friday its warships held extensive anti-submarine warfare drills in the Mediterranean.
But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may be looking to trade up their cute abode for a bigger family space, ahead of their first royal baby, which Meghan and Harry are expecting in the spring.But a source told the Daily Mail that Harry and Meghan may wish to leave the grounds of Kensington Palace altogether.
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Mrs May has faced the toughest week of her political career, as seven minsters resignd in protest of her new Brexit agreement with the EU, due to be signed off on November 25.A coup has mounted against Mrs May, with 23 MPs submitting a letter of No Confidence to the 1922 Committee - nearly half of the amount required trigger a vote on her leadership in Parliament.
”And Prince Philip, who tied the knot with Elizabeth almost 70 years ago, affectionately refers to his wife as "cabbage.READ MORE: ROYAL FAMILY FULL NAMES AND TITLES REVEALEDRoyal family NICKNAMES: The British royal's have pet names for each other (Image: GETTY)Prince CharlesDaily Mail’s Robert Hardman revealed the royal children, including Prince George call Prince Charles “Grandpa Wales” fitting for the royal who has Prince of Wales as part of his official title.
However his attempt was thwarted by a security team, including Prince Charles’ personal bodyguard who rushed to his safety.The bodyguard put his body in front of Prince Charles and shows his “willing to put his own life at risk and take a bullet for his client”, Matt Fiddes, Michael Jackson’s former bodyguard told Express.