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Grenfell fire ‘could have been put out with an extinguisher’ – Outrageous claim by cladding company! CLADDING which burst into flames up the side of Grenfell Tower ‘could have been put out with a simple extinguisher’, cladding company Arconic has outrageously told the public inquiry, to the anger of survivors.
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Tories hold May to no-confidence vote ‘SIR Graham Brady has confirmed that he has received 48 letters from Conservative MPs so there will now be a vote of confidence in my leadership of the Conservative Party. I will contest that vote with everything I have got,’ Tory PM May said yesterday morning.
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STRIP CAPITA OF NHS CONTRACT! STRIP private outsourcing giant Capita of its NHS contract, doctors’ union the BMA demanded after the shocking news broke yesterday that more than 3,500 women have not received correspondence about cervical screenings, putting them at risk of undiagnosed cervical cancer.
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Corbyn refuses to call for PM May to resign! TORY PM Theresa May hotfooted off to Brussels yesterday to beg the EU for concessions after ‘postponing’ the vote on her Brexit deal on Monday, after it became clear that she was going to be monumentally defeated.
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Anti-deportation heroes charged with ‘terrorism’! FIFTEEN protesters who locked themselves around a plane at Stansted Airport, successfully stopping those aboard from being deported back to countries where they faced torture or death, have been convicted of ‘terrorism offences’.
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May postpones vote on Brexit! ‘ON ONE issue on the Northern Ireland backstop there remains widespread and deep concern. As a result, if we went ahead and held the vote tomorrow it would be rejected by the different parties,’ May admitted to Parliament yesterday announcing: ‘We will therefore postpone the vote scheduled for tomorrow.’

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News Archive
Tuesday, 11 December 2018
News: May postpones vote on Brexit!
Monday, 10 December 2018
News: ‘WE HAVE TO PREPARE FOR NO DEAL’ –JOHNSON
Saturday, 8 December 2018
News: GREEK STUDENTS CLASH WITH POLICE
News: 130,000 homeless children this Xmas
Friday, 7 December 2018
News: McDonnell capitulates to the EU!
News: MACRON CALLS OFF FUEL HIKE
Thursday, 6 December 2018
News: DON’T LET MPs STEAL BREXIT! says senior Cabinet Minister Fox
News: ‘NHS NEEDS 10,000 MORE BEDS THIS WINTER’
Wednesday, 5 December 2018
News: May government found in contempt of Parliament!
News: No confidence in Sussex fire bosses – FBU votes unanimously
Tuesday, 4 December 2018
News: Bring May into contempt – Labour tells Speaker Bercow
News: UNIVERSAL CREDIT CANCELS CHRISTMAS
Monday, 3 December 2018
News: LABOUR TO CHARGE MAY WITH CONTEMPT OF PARLIAMENT!
News: US AIR RAIDS KILL OVER 200 CIVILIANS
Saturday, 1 December 2018
News: GLOBAL FREE TRADE WORST CRISIS SINCE 1947
News: LABOUR BACKS KNIFE BREXIT BID!
Friday, 30 November 2018
News: 24-HOUR GREEK NATIONWIDE STRIKE
News: Patient diverts neither safe nor effective – Confirms new EMJ research
Thursday, 29 November 2018
News: ‘Finances prioritised over patient care!’ – BMA reviews Scottish NHS
Wednesday, 28 November 2018
News: Hunger strike to shut Yarl’s Wood

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