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"Radicalized Remainer," who accused Nigel Farage of a 5.25-pound milkshake on the Brexit Party campaign, charged with ordinary assault and criminal damage

A CORBYNISTA, who threw a 5.25-pound milkshake on Nigel Farage's election path, was charged with joint assault in front of mocking spectators in Newcastle. Reuters Nigel Farage was showered with milk shakes milchshake after the attack "class =" lazyload "src =" https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/NINTCHDBPICT000491449176. jpg "data-credit =" Reuters "data-sizes =" (max-width: 375px) 335px, (max-width: 520px) 480px, 620px "data-img =" https://www.thesun.co.uk /wp-content/uploads/2019/05/NINTCHDBPICT000491449176.jpg?strip=all&w=679 "srcset …

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Brexit: Theresa May Plans 'Bold Offer' to get support for a deal

Copyright Getty Images Theresa May wants to make a "brave offer" to MPs to persuade them to approve their Brexit deal over the next few weeks. Additional safeguards for workers are expected to be included in the proposals, with Ms. May attempting to win the support of some Labor MEPs. The Prime Minister must ensure bipartisan support for her law …

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Police will not allow Scottish McDonald's milk shakes to be sold near the Brexit rally

Brexit party leader Nigel Farage gesticulates during his party's rally at the Corn Exchange in Edinburgh, Friday, May 17, 2019. (Tom Eden / PA via AP) Police ordered McDonald's in Edinburgh to stop selling milk shakes prior to a Brexit party rally on Friday, fearing that people would immerse them against Brexit leader Nigel Farage. There were numerous incidents involving …

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Sterling falls as the Brexit talks collapse

Prime Minister Theresa May and Labor Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn at the opening of Parliament on 21 June 2017 in London, United Kingdom. Stefan Wermuth | WPA pool | Getty Image The hope that the two largest political parties in Britain can thwart a Brexit agreement has come to an end. Six weeks of talks between the highest legislators of …

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May to arrange departure after the last Brexit offer

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May will set a timetable for her departure in early June after the recent attempt to approve her Brexit deal by Parliament, said the chairman of a powerful Conservative Committee on Thursday. British Prime Minister Theresa May is seen outside Downing Street as uncertainty over Brexit on May 15, 2019 in London continues. …

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Brexit: Gavin Williamson attacks the talks of Theresa May with Labor

Copyright Reuters The Brexit talks between Prime Minister Theresa May and the Labor Party are a "grave mistake", according to former Secretary of Defense Gavin Williamson. Ms. May hopes for a bipartisan consensus on her resignation agreement after failing to reach parliament three times. But Mr. Williamson – fired over the Huawei Leak – told the Mail on Sunday that …

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The Brexit makes England even more divided

The locals laugh sadly at the sight, as they like to remember what once stood in front of the store – a renowned Yale lock factory. "If you have to hang that on the wall, Willenhall is not wonderful – you do not have to convince yourself," said Roger Wilcox, a resident of the area, with a giggle. This small …

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Brexit: Britain must fight European elections, says David Lidington

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Signature Brexit: European Elections Will Be According to Prime Minister The United Kingdom Will Have to Fight European Elections, Even though the Government Wants a Brexit Deal Until then, says the de facto MP of the Prime Minister. The vote is due on May 23, but Theresa May said Britain would …

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British voters with Brexit in the head punish major parties in local elections

Karla Adam London correspondent for Great Britain 3. May at 08:26 LONDON – British voters punished the country's two main political parties in part-voting Friday, with trouble over Brexit as the most likely cause. The conservative governing party seemed to lose the largest number of seats, with increasing demands on the contested Prime Minister Theresa May to resign. At the …

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Brexit: bipartisan conversations "productive" and "constructive"

Image Rights PA Image caption Members The Labor Negotiation Team (from left to right): Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey, and Shadow Secretary Sue Hayman Recent talks between ministers and Labor to end Brexit's impasse were "positive" and "productive," said the de facto MEP of the Prime Minister. Later, David Lidington …

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