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Jacob Rees-Mogg rides to Theresa May’s rescue to head off Corbyn challenge

THERESA May was today bailed out by Jacob Rees-Mogg as Tory Brexiteers agreed to back her against Jeremy Corbyn. The leading rebel said he and his allies will support the PM if the Commons votes on her future this...

What is a no confidence vote and how many MPs need to support it...

THERESA May is facing yet another vote of no confidence - this time from MPs. But what is a vote of no confidence, and how is this one different from the one she faced in early December? Find out...

Ditch online giants like Amazon and shop local to pick out perfect Christmas presents...

SHOPPERS should ditch online retail giants like Amazon and eBay and go to local Christmas markets to get the perfect presents this year. With just seven days to go until Christmas Day, ministers are urging Britain’s nation of shoppers...

MPs under pressure to fix Universal Credit as charities, politicians and readers share support...

MINISTERS are under growing pressure to make vital changes to their flagship welfare programme after The Sun launched its Make Universal Credit Work campaign yesterday. Readers, politicians, charities and think tanks came together from across the political spectrum to...

British PM sets date for Brexit deal parliamentary vote | News

London, United Kingdom - British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced members of parliament will vote on her widely criticised Brexit deal in the week beginning January 14 next year. In a statement to parliament on Monday, May also rejected...

Russia used all major social media platforms to aid Trump: report | USA News

Russian interference in the 2016 United States presidential election on social media was more widespread than previously thought and included attempts to divide Americans by race and extreme ideology, according to reports by private experts released on Monday...

Every home in England is to get weekly food waste collections under new environmental...

EVERY home in England will have weekly food waste collections under a new environmental crackdown unveiled by the Government last night. Some councils have ditched weekly food collections but Environment Secretary Michael Gove unveiled plans to restore them for...

Accounting revamp means student loan write-offs will add £12billion to the budget deficit

OFFICIAL changes to how student loans are recorded will add a staggering £12billion to the Government’s deficit - in a massive blow to Chancellor Philip Hammond. Student loans are not currently included in the public finances but in future...

Theresa May avoided a no-confidence challenge last month by just one letter

THERESA MAY came within one letter of a Tory no confidence challenge LAST MONTH – Sir Graham Brady has revealed. The Conservative backbench powerbroker said the number of no confidence letters from angry Tory MPs hit 47 at one...

Where is David Cameron and what is the former Conservative Prime Minister doing now?

FORMER Prime Minister David Cameron is rumoured to be mulling over a return to frontline politics. The Sun reported earlier this month Cameron told friends he is "bored s***less" at home. So where is he and what's he up...

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