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1. Tommy Robinson: The Establishment want to send me to Prison again on Thursday!
Thousands of Ford Nation fanatics turned out to Doug Ford’s annual Ford Fest BBQ on Saturday in Woodbridge.
In his new video, Paul Joseph Watson says, "You'll never guess the stupid reason why [actor James Woods] was suspended by Twitter:
Getting mad over cultural appropriation at Halloween can’t be enough anymore.
British journalist Andrew Neil tweeted today that "Not Sure" recently won a poll for who would make the best Prime Minister. I had to check to see if it was real, and it was… but not only that, it has been true for months!
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We’ve known for a while that Jacob Rees Mogg and company were working on an alternative to the Chequers plan, and today we finally saw it.
After being embarrassed by pretty much every single EU leader yesterday in Salzburg, Theresa May’s come back swinging. I know she isn’t respecting the results of the referendum – despite how often she says she does – but I can’t help but respect her a little bit.
Theresa May attended a summit in Salzburg, Austria, today. The EU leaders met to discuss the Brexit deal that remains up in the air – and it’s bad news for Theresa. Every single EU leader, according to Donald Tusk, believes that her trade plan simply “will not work.”
Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, has put a dampener on Theresa May’s day. He’s announced today that her Chequers Brexit plan will need to be “reworked” in some key areas – meaning, if the plan goes ahead, it’ll be even worse for the British people than originally planned. ...
A new report has been released today by the Migration Advisory Committee, specifically focusing on EU migration. It advises the government that there should be no preference given to EU nationals for visas following Brexit – a blow to Theresa May’s renamed version of Free Movement.