Farage reveals he’s voting for BORIS! Anyone but Corbyn, warns Brexit Party chief
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Farage reveals he’s voting for BORIS! Anyone but Corbyn, warns Brexit Party chief

Speaking on to BBC’s Andrew Neil, Mr Farage said: “Not Jeremy Corbyn, obviously. “It’s going to be Boris Johnson.” Mr Neil pressed: “Do you want that?” The Brexit…

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‘Have you been on the M25 lately?!’ Farage hits back at Andrew Neil’s immigration attack
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‘Have you been on the M25 lately?!’ Farage hits back at Andrew Neil’s immigration attack

He said: “Do you realise there are eight million more people living in this country today, than there were when Tony Blair came to power in 1997. “People…

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BBC Question Time: Remainers furious at panel choice as Richard Tice appears AGAIN
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BBC Question Time: Remainers furious at panel choice as Richard Tice appears AGAIN

One person said: “You do know Richard Tice is a member of a party with NO MPs? And apparently the BBC is trying to be impartial.” Another user…

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EU DIVIDED: Von der Leyen furious over bloc’s budget proposal as she demands MORE money
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EU DIVIDED: Von der Leyen furious over bloc’s budget proposal as she demands MORE money

She said she would tell EU leaders at a summit next week that the bloc’s border control and defence policy, as well as the fight against climate change,…

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Germany car crisis: Automobile industry continues to suffer with 70,000 jobs at risk
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Germany car crisis: Automobile industry continues to suffer with 70,000 jobs at risk

Daimler wants to save £1.2billion in staff costs as it prepares to invest billions in the electric cars boom. Audi, which is owned by Volkswagen, has also said…

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Paris riots: France in FLAMES as angry protests at Macron’s reforms spiral out of control
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Paris riots: France in FLAMES as angry protests at Macron’s reforms spiral out of control

The French President, 41, has faced anger over his controversial pension reform plans. He says the current pension system is too costly and complex, with 42 different schemes…

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AFI names Joker, Jojo Rabbit among top 10 films of the year
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AFI names Joker, Jojo Rabbit among top 10 films of the year

Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker will be honoured at the upcoming AFI Awards, which will be held on January 3, 2020. The American Film Institute on Wednesday named its top…

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The Irishman named best picture by New York Film Critics
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The Irishman named best picture by New York Film Critics

The Irishman has been helmed by Martin Scorsese. The New York Film Critics Circle named The Irishman the year’s best film on Wednesday, handing Martin Scorsese’s mob epic…

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Tom Holland reveals how he helped Marvel keep Spider-Man
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Tom Holland reveals how he helped Marvel keep Spider-Man

Tom Holland said he was “really emotional” during the call because he felt “like it was all coming to an end”. (Photo: Reuters) Hollywood star Tom Holland has…

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Sundance sets lineup with Taylor Swift, Tesla, Downhill
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Sundance sets lineup with Taylor Swift, Tesla, Downhill

A documentary on Taylor Swift will be premiered at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival (Source: AP Images). A documentary on Taylor Swift will kick off the next Sundance…

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