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Montenegro vs England LIVE build-up and team news ahead of Euro 2020 qualifier
England will look to follow up on their stunning start to their 2020 European Championship qualifying campaign when they visit Montenegro tonight. Gareth Southgate’s side got off to winning ways in their quest to qualify for next summer's tournament on Friday night.
EU reveals no-deal Brexit plan: Here’s what it means for the UK
The European Commission has announced contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit after saying the chances of the UK leaving the EU without a deal are now “increasingly likely”.
Don't leave, we want 'EU' to remain: How European Union citizens will be urged to stay in UK after Brexit
European Union citizens living in Gloucestershire are being urged by the Governement to apply for a new Settlement Scheme to safeguard their rights in the wake of Brexit. A marketing blitz begins today ahead of the scheme’s launch on Saturday – the day after the UK was originally mean to leave the E
Autonomy boss Lynch ramped sales ahead of HP deal, court told
LONDON (Reuters) - British entrepreneur Mike Lynch artificially inflated revenue at his Autonomy software company before selling it to Hewlett Packard for $11 billion, the U.S. firm’s lawyer told a London court on Monday.
Raheem Sterling is a future England captain, says manager Gareth Southgate
Such are Raheem Sterling’s leadership qualities, Gareth Southgate would have no hesitation in making him England captain. “He has those qualities,” Southgate said before adding in that well-judged, wonderfully disarming way of his; a way that has made such a difference to the perception of England:
Theresa May is effectively gone. She is a leader in name only
Brexit is the biggest peacetime crisis we have faced and a no-deal Brexit could provoke a national emergency. The depth and scale of the divisions and the narrowness of the majority in favour of leaving the EU mean that the most sensible step would be to put the issue on hold, complete the negotiati
Spring could be hottest on record as Met Office gives warm three-month forecast
The Met Office says the next three months are likely to see temperatures above average with some forecasts claiming we could hit 26C in April. Warm air from Africa is set to send temperatures soaring with 20C already forecast for parts of the UK next week - and the Met Office saying the weather is l
All the magazines that come with Apple News+
On Monday, March 25, Apple introduced its all-new Apple News+ service that brings more than 300 magazines to customers for just $9.99 per month. At launch, Apple News+ will be available in the United States and Canada. Later this year, Apple plans to bring the new service to Australia and the United
United Kingdom leader meets Cabinet as she fights to stay in power
British Prime Minister Theresa May held crisis talks Sunday with Conservative colleagues as she tries to plot a path through a pivotal week in the Brexit process amid reports her leadership is under imminent threat. At one of the most important junctures for the country since World War Two, British
Steven Gerrard play for Rangers? TalkSPORT in bad Scottish football opinion shock
Despite regularly attending and watching matches, do you feel like your opinion is less worthy than that of pundits who don't really watch much Scottish football?. Well, have I got the station for you.
Prestonpans shop could feature on BBC show
A NEW BBC cooking show could be coming to Prestonpans. Corner Shop Cook Off is coming to screens across the country to show off the importance of local convenience stores in Scotland.
Just like the Israelites, Britain's politicians must use cunning and tactics to reach a post-Brexit land of milk and honey
If there is one lingering, unanswered question about Moses, it is this: why hasn’t his life been turned into a blockbuster musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber?. After all, he took a few chapters of Genesis and made the ever popular Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat out of it. Imagine what he c
People are furious at Channel 5's Britain's Favourite Crisps result
Ronaldo or Messi, The Beatles or the Rolling Stones, A New Hope or The Empire Strikes Back? There are many things that will always cause a hot and spicy debate - like what is the best crisp?
1M people join 'Put it to the People' march in London calling for new Brexit referendum
A crowd of about 1 million people marched in London on Saturday to demand a new referendum on the United Kingdom's formal exit from the European Union (EU), according to The Guardian.
UK prison guards smell a rat and find rodents stuffed with drugs
LONDON (Reuters) - Suspected organised criminals have been stuffing the bodies of dead rats with drugs, phones and cash and throwing them over the walls of a British prison to get contraband to inmates, the government said on Monday.
Murder accused denies ever hurting toddler Eve Leatherland
A man accused of murdering his former partner’s 22-month-old daughter has told a jury that he never laid a finger on her and failed to seek medical help because he didn’t feel it was his place to do so.
Northern Ireland 2 Belarus 1: Magennis sends O'Neill's men top of Group C
Josh Magennis came off the bench to fire Northern Ireland to the top of Group C with a late winner in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Belarus in Euro 2020 qualification. Northern Ireland had controlled proceedings at Windsor Park but it looked set to be a frustrating evening until Magennis popped up with
British Airways Flight Bound for Düsseldorf Somehow Ends up in Edinburgh
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Not enough support yet for third Brexit vote, says May
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May said there was not yet enough support for her to put her Brexit deal to a vote in parliament for a third time, but she would continue with talks with lawmakers to try to get their backing.
Here are the top 40 things that make you British – how many do you do?
A lot of them probably won’t surprise you…. You don’t always feel very British until you step outside of Britain, when suddenly you’ll start telling anyone who’ll listen about how we love to queue, we’re overly polite, and my God if you can’t get your hands on a Sunday Roast between the months of Se