The Brexit Party leader blamed the European Emissions Trading Scheme for the collapse of British Steel, which is likely put around 25,000 jobs within the UK steel industry at risk. During a heated European elections debate with Lib Dem leader Vince Cable for The Telegraph, Mr Farage claimed...
Lady Gabriella, the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, married Thomas Kingston in the third royal wedding to be held at St George’s Chapel in just under one year. Senior members of the royal family including the Queen and Prince Harry, were seen attending the nuptials as the...
Nathalie Loiseau, who is leading Emmanuel Macron’s European election campaign, demanded Britain to not “export its political crisis” over to Europe. She stepped down from her role as France’s Europe minister in order to become Mr Macron’s lead candidate for this week’s European elections. Despite claiming to “respect”...
Arriving flights are being diverted to other airports. Ryanair flights FR1885 and FR206 to Stansted are currently being sent to Luton. The closure is understood to be to allow for urgent runway works, according to Airlive. Stansted Airport apologised to passengers for the closure.A spokesman for the airport...
The rally, which was the last before voters flock to the polls on Thursday, took place in Kensington Olympia, London and was full to capacity. Mr Farage claimed that his supporters would “buy one get one free” when the Brexit Party's success ends the leadership of Theresa May...
The Prime Minister’s 10-point compromise plan has been savaged by Labour and Brexiteers and branded a “dog’s breakfast” after she offered Remainer MPs a binding vote on a second referendum - if they backed her Withdrawal Agreement at a fourth attempt. Furious Tories are now urging Mrs May...
By Guy VerhofstadtThese elections will change the European political landscape for the better, in Britain and elsewhere across Europe, the established political orders are being torn up. As is the case in the UK, the old political dominance of Socialists on the left and Christian democrats on the...
Mr Verhofstadt, the European Parliament’s Brexit negotiator, claimed it is “unclear” if Mr Farage’s election campaign really focused on Brexit. The former Belgian prime minister, who leads a bloc of liberal MEPs, said the battle between Brexiteers and Remainers would change the political landscape in Britain forever. And...
The retail giant has today reported a 9.9 percent fall in underlying pre-tax profits to £523.2 million for the year to March 31.Marks & Spencer chief executive Steve Rowe said: "We are deep into the first phase of our transformation programme and continue to make good progress restoring...
The Prime Minister wrote a three-page letter to the Labour leader after her latest proposals received a hostile backlash from critics in her own Conservative Party. Mrs May’s deal opens up the possibility of a second referendum but was described as “dead on arrival”, raising concerns of a...