Brexit news: Eurosceptic parties join forces to combat ‘growing power of EU’ | UK | News

The arch Brexiteer argued that it should not be only right wing groups but those who are worried about the pillars the EU project is based upon. Mr Farage said: “There is a feeling that a coming together of the Eurosceptic groups across Europe is a necessary thing. “Where I do disagree with the narrative is the idea that these all have to be right wing parties. “There is this notion that somehow believing in the nation state, believing in controlling your borders and not supporting the power of the…

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North Korea: Kim Jong-un WON’T give up nuclear weapons despite Trump’s demands | World | News

Mr Trump appeared to make a diplomatic breakthrough when he met communist despot Kim for historic talks in Singapore last month. But international relations experts Gi-Wook Shin and Joyce Lee warned there is no longer a “realistic” chance of North Korea denuclearising. In a stark warning to Mr Trump, they said the Singapore summit had shored up Kim’s position by legitimising his brutal regime. The pair told North Korea watchdog 38 North: “Whatever his motivations, Kim Jong-un has already gained the upper hand. “His vigorous ‘summit diplomacy’ has greatly changed…

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Brexit news: ‘They DESTROYED our fleet’ Brexiteer lord SAVAGES EU fisheries policy | UK | News

Lord Forsyth, who has been a prominent supporter of Brexit in the House of Lords, spoke powerfully about the impact of the European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy on his local fleet. Addressing the House of Lords in a debate on the EU Withdrawal Bill, he said: “As a boy, I was brought up in Arbroath. “I watched a great fishing fleet be destroyed, along with the associated industries, by the CFB. “Successive governments of this country were powerless to help. “It is not for this or any other parliament to give…

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Hawaii volcano: Shock video shows DEVASTATING river of lava flooding towards Pohoiki | World | News

The extent of the destruction caused by the Hawaii volcano, Kilauea, is revealed in new aerial video footage of Fissure 8. An astonishing 100 cubic metres of lava per second continues to gush from the fissure, flowing at over 14 miles per hour. The immense river of lava now covers 12.5 square miles and extends eight miles to the coast. Although southward expansion of the lava channel stalled over the weekend, a major surge on Sunday evening has sparked renewed fears for Pohoiki Bay, which sits perilously close to its…

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Brexit news: May BLOCKED Davis from planning for no deal Brexit, former advisor reveals | UK | News

David Davis‘ former advisor slammed Theresa May for blocking the Brexit secretary from planning for a no deal Brexit, claiming his department was “constantly rebuffed” by the Prime Minister. The former Conservative MP also questioned Theresa May’s qualifications to conduct crunch Brexit negotiations with the European Union. He told the BBC’s Daily Politics: “David Davis pushed on producing an earlier white paper, pushed on getting officials out in Brussels doing granular technical negotiations six months ago. “He pushed on the Irish protocol, putting legal text to the Irish government, and…

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Pakistan election 2018 polls latest:Cricketers support Imran Khan for Prime Minister | World | News

Cricket stars have pledged their support to the electoral campaign of their former colleague, Khan. Many took to Twitter to laud Khan’s perks as a cricketer, claiming they will make him a great leader of the country. Waist Akram, a former Pakistani cricketer considered one of the greatest bowlers of all time, wrote: “It was in your leadership skip @ImrankhanPTI that we became world champions in 1992. “It is in your leadership that we can again become a great democratic country.” Waqar Younis, former captain of the national team, added:…

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Met Office heatwave forecast: What is the latest UK weather forecast for this week? | UK | News

Today the mercury rose to 33.3C (91.76) in Santon Downham in Suffolk, making it the hottest day of the year, according to the Met Office. The Met Office is warning people to keep out of the sun with an amber heatwave alert issued today.  The Met Office level-3 heatwave action warning comes as temperatures are expected to reach 30C (86F) during the day and then 15C (59F) at night this week.  The warning reads: “There is a 90 percent probability of heatwave conditions between 0900 on Monday and 0900 on Friday in parts of…

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Hawaii volcano eruption: How long will Kileaua volcano erupt? Geologists predict time left | World | News

Lava from Big Island’s Kilauea volcano has now been responsible for destroying hundreds of home. Scientists have had little idea of when exactly the activity could stop, as Kilauea has been continuously busy for the past 35 years. The volcano has been active enough to produce an entire new outcrop of land jutting of the coast at Kapoho Bay. Geologists have been constantly monitoring the summit of the volcano for changes, and some areas are apparently starting to quiet down. How long will Kilauea erupt? The US Geological Survey monitoring…

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UK terror: ISIS ‘Beatles’ killers face death penalty | UK | News

Theresa May backed moves to help the US prosecute two Britons accused of brutal islamist crimes. (Image: GETTY) The four-man group allegedly tortured and beheaded western hostages in Syria in 2014 and 2015, including British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning, two American journalists and a humanitarian worker. Alleged leader Mohammed Emwazi, known as “Jihadi John” was killed in a US air strike in 2015 and Aine Lesley Davis was tried in Turkey last year and jailed for seven and a half years. The other two alleged members, Alexanda…

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Pakistan election 2018: Jailed PM Nawaz Sharif urgently needs doctor as health deteriorate | World | News

Sharif, who has a history of heart disease and suffers from high blood pressure, has been “quite unwell” since Saturday but has been denied the right to see his doctor, according to his party’s spokeswoman Maryam Aurangzeb. She said: “Caretaker Prime Minister Nasir-ul-Mulk and chief minister of Punjab province Hasan Askari were approached with a request to provide access to Sharif’s personal physician but all requests went down the drain. “Nawaz Sharif, who is also a heart patient, has been quite unwell since Saturday after his blood pressure went up.”…

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