Brexit news: Farage predicts ‘DRAMATIC’ week for May as ‘middle England’ reacts to Brexit | UK | News

The former Ukip leader argued that the Prime Minister would be confronted by the Boris Johnson resignation speech and “crucial amendments” in the house of Commons. Mr Farage said: “It is going to be very interesting to see how those people in middle England who voted Brexit and are very unhappy with the direction Mrs May has taken this in. “Are they going to look at what Trump has said and say ‘yeah absolutely that is how I feel’ or do they say ‘well it is not really the job…

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Brexit news: Donald Trump tells Theresa May ‘we want a deal!’ | UK | News

In an extraordinary news conference at Chequers, the US President apologised to the Prime Minister for suggesting her Brexit plans could “kill” hopes of a trade agreement between the two countries. He also lavished praise on his host, hailing her as an “incredible woman” and a “tough negotiator” who will stand up to Brussels to get the best for Britain. “I think she’s a terrific woman. I think she’s doing a terrific job. And, that Brexit is a very tough situation, that’s a tough deal,” he said, adding: “She’s going…

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Theresa May’s Brexit plan ‘UNRAVELLING’ warns Jones – ‘It is BAD NEWS for Britain’ | Politics | News

With support for Mrs May’s proposals and her premiership evaporating in Parliament, it is understood that five Tory MPs are actively collecting signatures to hold a vote of confidence in her leadership. The concerns about the Chequers plan have been confirmed by a group of academic experts at the Brexit Centre at Birmingham City University who have concluded that it is “Brexit in name only”. After looking at the government White Paper, Professor Alex de Ruyter, Director of the Centre for Brexit Studies, said: “The plan appears to be exiting…

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14 Sweaters To Get Now From The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

The annual Nordstrom Anniversary Sale has officially begun, and of course, it doesn’t disappoint. Now is the best time to stock up on fall essentials for a fraction of the price, and we’re always down with saving some cash.  We’ve rounded up our favorite sweaters that we’ll be putting in our shopping carts ASAP. From cozy cardigans to oversized turtleneck sweaters, check out the roundup below for our top picks.  As a heads up, Nordstrom cardholders get early access to the sale from July 12 to 19. The sale will be…

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19 Tweets About Therapy That Are Way Too Relatable

Laughing can be a great way to relieve anxiety. Even if the punchline is about, well, one of the ways you deal with anxiety. Therapy is a common tool for managing mental health issues and even problems causing acute stress. But the process is far from easy. Therapy isn’t something you just breeze through; it takes hard work, vulnerability and commitment in order to see results. That can get a little uncomfortable, to say the least. To celebrate the joys and pains of therapy, we rounded up a few funny (and…

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Giant hogweed: Virginia teen suffers third-degree burns – how to kill giant hogweed | World | News

Alex Childress, 17, encountered the giant hogweed while on a landscaping job and is being treated in hospital. The plant touched him as he pruned a bush, and he initially thought the irritation on his face and arms was sunburn. His father told local next channel WTVR that when his son showered later “the skin on his face was basically peeling away.” The plant is phytotoxic to humans, meaning when the skin it touches is exposed to sunlight it can cause severe reactions including blistering and burning. How to kill…

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Dementia: Prevent Alzheimer’s symptoms with these best exercises

Dementia affects about 850,000 people in the UK, according to the NHS. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia in the country. People are more likely to develop dementia if they don’t exercise, as it can cause problems with memory or thinking, it said. Keeping active could also help dementia patients to remain alert and stimulated. One of the best ways Alzheimer’s patients can exercise is to simply do the gardening, said charity the Alzheimer’s Society. “Gardening can be an enjoyable activity for people at all stages of…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could be the design winner we’ve been hoping for

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to launch at the August 9 Unpacked event and its design may have been revealed early. A front panel, claimed to be that of the new Galaxy Note 9 leaked in June and now it has appeared again to add weight to its validity. The panel, shown in the image above, was sent by “reliable sources” to AndroidHeadlines which claims this is the final model we can expect to see launched soon. While this does offer an early look at the handset…

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Hilarious moment ‘Diane Abbott’ takes HUGE dig at Owen Jones in BBC sketch | UK | News

A performer impersonating the Labour frontbenchers also took a hilarious swipe at the party’s amount of resignations in recent months during the sketch on BBC Radio 4’s Dead Ringers. An impersonator of the Labour leader said: “Hello and welcome to Jeremy and Diane’s Labour podcast.” The shadow home secretary impressionist took a sly dig at the Labour Party and added: “A big shout out to all our listeners. “Hi, Owen Jones.” In response, the performer impersonating Mr Corbyn said: “Today we will be talking about Theresa May’s position as Prime Minister.…

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