DOMINIC RAAB hinted the Government could suspend Parliament again – to help with BREXIT. The Foreign Secretary appeared to make a bumper gaffe when refusing to rule out a second ‘prorogation’ if the Supreme Court rules against No.10 this week.
A fifth of Brits were more upset by a celebrity death than that of their own grandparents, new research finds
HALF of Brits have felt truly devastated by the loss of a celebrity that they admired but didn’t personally know, research reveals. A nationwide study delved into the psychological effect that the death of a well-known figure can have on the public.
Thomas Cook COLLAPSES as last-ditch rescue talks to save crisis-hit travel firm that owed £200m ends in disaster
THOMAS Cook has this morning COLLAPSED into administration after last-ditch talks to slash the £200million it owed ended in disaster. The 178-year-old British travel firm had until 11.59pm last night to pay creditors or else they'd go under – leaving 200,000 Brits stranded.
Boris Johnson vows to save Sumatran Tiger, saying there are less of them left than we have peers in the Lords
BORIS JOHNSON will vow to save the Sumatran Tiger – saying it defies belief there are more peers in the Lords than the endangered animal. The PM will play up his green credentials by promising to put £220 million behind protecting some of the world’s under threat species.
Jeremy Corbyn ridiculed over pledge to ditch No.10’s plane and travel the world by train if he becomes Prime Minister
JEREMY Corbyn faced ridicule after vowing to travel the world by train wherever possible if he becomes PM. The Labour leader said he will try to shun No.10’s official plane The Voyager and instead go by rail to international summits as often as possible.