DANISH fishermen have threatened to ruin the sustainability of fish in UK waters if Britain pushes ahead with plans to take back control of its waters after leaving the Brexit transition deal in 2020.
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IRELAND has launched a stinging attack on the EU over its creeping tax harmonisation plan, an issue which threatens to drive a wedge between Dublin and Brussels during a key stage of Brexit talks.
The officer was honored Saturday as a national hero of "exceptional courage and selflessness"
President Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill Friday, avoiding another government shutdown. Hours earlier, the president acknowledged he was considering vetoing the measure. Errol Barnett reports.
The bombing had targeted Alexandria’s security chief, the ministry said in a statement.
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MEMBERS of the House of Lords are poised to hand themselves a pay rise, meaning they will be able to claim £305 a day, just for turning up.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government must cooperate with investigations into the suspected nerve agent attack on British soil, European Union foreign ministers urged, as the U.K. tries to drum up international support for a tough line against Moscow.
The U.K. government said Sunday it has evidence that Russia has spent the last decade secretly developing nerve agents to use in assassinations, in what it said was a violation of international treaties banning chemical weapons.
THE boyfriend of a missing Hollywood model shot and killed himself after a police chase according to reports.