Archive for August 7th, 2018

The Yorkshire Post says: Security comes before Brexit. UK and EU co-operation essential

Source: www.briefreport.co.uk --- Tuesday, August 07, 2018
THERESA MAY’S Brexit battles show no signs of going into abeyance. For, even though there’s a momentary truce in the Tory civil war, she’s still trying to negotiate with the European Union, business chiefs and the leaders of the devolved nations.... ...

Jeremy Corbyn critics purge: Labour leaders accused of bullying plot to silence opposition



THE Labour leadership has been accused of plotting a bullying "purge" of critics of Jeremy Corbyn. Dame Margaret Hodge spoke on Tuesday after it emerged on Monday the party had dropped its controversial threat to take action against her for angrily telling the party leader he was a "racist and an anti-Semite".

‘DEATHTRAP PARLIAMENT’: Terrified MPs demand action as crumbling Parliament risks injury 



KEEPING Parliament in working order for its inhabitants and visitors is a constant battle, with at least one MP branding it a near "death trap".

Rail industry seeks post-Brexit customs depots around UK

Inland freight terminals designed to prevent delays at Channel tunnel

Rail industry seeks post-Brexit customs depots around UK

Source: www.ft.com --- Tuesday, August 07, 2018
Inland freight terminals designed to prevent delays at Channel tunnel ...

Theresa May DEMANDS Boris Johnson APOLOGISES over burka comments – ‘It’s up to the woman’



THERESA May piled pressure on Boris Johnson to apologise for "causing offence" with remarks about women who wear burkas. But, as the former Foreign Secretary defiantly refused to bow to criticism, the Prime Minster dodged invitations to criticise her potential rival more directly.

Rail companies say special freight checkpoints will mitigate hard Brexit customs fallout

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk --- Tuesday, August 07, 2018
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