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Italian journalists say they could register company at 10 Downing Street in name of mafia boss

Written by : Jon Stone Italian journalists have gone through the motions to set up a company in the name of a notorious mafia boss headquartered at 10 Downing Street – to illustrate weaknesses in British law they say helps people set up shell companies to launder money across the globe. …

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North Korea ‘sentences Donald Trump to death’ in state newspaper editorial

Written by : Andrew Griffin North Korea’s people have sentenced Donald Trump to death, according to an editorial in its state newspaper. The article says that the President offended the country when he denounced its “cruel dictatorship” during his tour around Asia. And for that he should be killed, the article …

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It’s possible Parliament just quietly started the process of a Brexit reversal

Written by : Andreas Whittam Smith The notion that Brexit might not happen after all is beginning to gain support. Sir Vince Cable, the Liberal Democrat leader, has claimed that the chances of Brexit falling through are now “maybe 20 per cent, possibly 25 per cent”. At the weekend, he said: …

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Nigel Farage ‘forced to retract remarks about anti-fascist group Hope Not Hate after losing £100k legal battle’

Written by : Ben Kentish Nigel Farage has lost a legal battle against anti-racism campaign group Hope Not Hate over his accusations that they are “violent and undemocratic”. The anti-hate campaigners crowdsourced funding to sue the former Ukip leader for libel over the claims, and demanded £100,000 in damages. Mr Farage …

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British MEPs in line for €6m ‘golden goodbye’ when UK leaves EU

Written By : Lewis Goodall British Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), including leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage, will be in line for a “golden goodbye” pay out of over €6m (£5.3m) when the UK leaves the EU, Sky News has learnt. A senior European Union source has confirmed that …

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Brexit: Failure to introduce new customs system by date of Britain’s EU withdrawal would be ‘catastrophic’

Written by : Ashley Cowburn Failure to complete the introduction of a new customs system by Brexit in 2019 would be “catastrophic”, with the risk of huge disruption for businesses, massive queues at Dover and food being left to rot in trucks at the border, a parliamentary report has warned. The …

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The Paradise Papers reveal that the Queen is the worst parasite of them all

Written by : Annie Brown It should come as no shock that Royal cash has been invested offshore in the unscrupulous sharks of Brighthouse. There is a fag paper of difference between the parasitical nature of the Royal institution and Brighthouse, who have made millions lending to the poor. Through the …