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Week in Quotes 15.12.2017

The Week in Quotes

“I think that the idea that this is happening, I think it will start to bring a conscience to the situation, not just in politics, but in, you know, we’ve seen in Hollywood and in every industry. And I think the time has come.” Nikki

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Nick Clegg: the EU compromises Theresa May missed out on

Britain had the chance to secure a soft Brexit, retaining access to the single market, while escaping freedom of movement, Nick Clegg has revealed. Speaking at a How to: Academy event this week which No Majesty attended, the former Deputy Prime Minister claimed that a

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The Week in Quotes: 1st December 2017

“I’d never watched Suits, I’d never heard of Meghan before, and I was beautifully surprised when I walked into that room and saw her” Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle announced their engagement on Monday. Their long-anticipated announcement was made via a statement saying the

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Autumn budget 2017: what you need to know

Philip Hammond has revealed this year’s Autumn budget, which outlines government spending for the year ahead, and provides an outlook on how Britain is performing economically. The budget is the first since the general election, and since Brexit negotiations began. “I report today on an


The week in quotes – 17th November 2017

Catch up with the news of the past week in quote form. “For your and Gavin’s eyes only” A letter sent to Theresa May in secret by Boris Johnson and Michael Gove on Monday has caused concern from ministers.The letter contains a set of demands

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The week in quotes – 10th November 2017

Catch up with the news of the past week in quote form. “Together with our allies, America’s warriors are prepared to defend our nation using the full range of our unmatched capabilities”. Donald Trump once again makes a veiled threat to North Korea, speaking during

Michael Fallon Resignation

Tracking Westminster sexual harassment: what we know so far

Updated – 11th November 2017 Westminster has been under the spotlight for the past week over sexual harassment claims, with members from several political parties now facing inquiries into allegations ranging from inappropriate behaviour to sexual assault, which have already led to the suspension of

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Politics Update: Speeding up Brexit, Hammond’s Tax Raid

Accelerating Brexit Negotiations Theresa May and President of the European Commission Jean Claude Juncker have both agreed to ‘speed up’ Brexit negotiations, after a dinner with Juncker and EU chief negotiator Michael Barnier held in Brussels on Monday. Theresa May and David Davis flew to