MEP rules mean Nigel Farage must declare who paid for his flight to Strasbourg

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22 March 2019
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MEP rules mean Nigel Farage must declare who paid for his flight to Strasbourg
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Remains of Emiliano Sala's plane were found
EU 'not offering renegotiation' of Brexit deal: Irish PM
Ireland's Deputy PM Coveney: EU 'ready to consider' an Article 50 extension request
The European Union prepares emergency measures before a Brexit without agreement
German Foreign Minister Maas insists on EU26 solidarity with Ireland. 'We will not allow Ireland being isolated' EU open for talks on backstop 'but we need to know what UK wants'
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Reuters: EU source says European Council president Donald Tusk and Prime Minister Theresa May will hold a phone call to discuss Brexit later today
Snow disrupted operations at Manchester Airport, UK this morning with runways closing due to heavy snowfall and flights being diverted. Check your flights if you are flying from / to Manchester Airport. Image: @LeweyoneR1 month ago
Snow disrupted operations at Manchester Airport, UK this morning with runways closing due to heavy snowfall and flights being diverted. Check your flights if you are flying from / to Manchester Airport. Image: @LeweyoneR
A man's due in court this afternoon accused of attempted murder after a stabbing in Swindon. Kelmoy Romere Brown will appear at Bristol Crown Court for a pre-trial hearing.1 month ago
A man's due in court this afternoon accused of attempted murder after a stabbing in Swindon. Kelmoy Romere Brown will appear at Bristol Crown Court for a pre-trial hearing.
Irish govt reaction - 'The Withdrawal Agreement is not open for re-negotiation'
Immediate EU reaction to commons Brexit vote - this from ⁦@eucopresident⁩ spokesman
Tusk spokesman EUCO coordinated statement: "Withdrawal agreement is and remains best and only way to ensure an orderly withdrawal of the UK from the EU. The backstop is part of the Withdrawal Agreement, and the Withdrawal Agreement is not open for re-negotiation. "
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MPs have voted for amendment from the chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 committee Sir Graham Brady to replace the Irish backstop with "alternative arrangements" by 317-301 votes with a majority of 16
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Brady amendment seeking 'alternative arrangements' for backstop wins 317 to 301
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Islington murder: A man has been stabbed to death on Caledonian Road, N1. Police were called at 6.49pm and discovered the victim with stab wounds. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. Two males in their teens were arrested nearby and taken to custody.
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Spelman/Dromey amendment which is non binding and is designed as a way for the Commons to say No Deal would be unacceptable PASSES by 318 votes to 310
Ireland ready to tap range of emergency aid in no-deal Brexit: PM
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MPs have voted against amendment from Labour's Yvette Cooper to allow parliamentary time for Brexit to be delayed by up to nine months if a deal is not agreed by 26 February by 321-298 votes with a majority of 23
MPs reject Labour former minister Yvette Cooper's amendment B by a majority of 23. It aimed to give Parliament control over the Brexit process if Theresa May fails to secure a deal by February 261 month ago
MPs reject Labour former minister Yvette Cooper's amendment B by a majority of 23. It aimed to give Parliament control over the Brexit process if Theresa May fails to secure a deal by February 26
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MPs reject SNP Ian Blackford's amendment O by a majority of 288. It aimed to seek an extension of the Article 50 process and rules out a no-deal Brexit.
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Jeremy Corbyn amendment defeated by 327 votes to 296.
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UK Parliament start voting on amendments to Brexit agreement
MPs are voting on crucial Brexit amendments to alter the course of negotiations1 month ago
MPs are voting on crucial Brexit amendments to alter the course of negotiations
The agreement on Brexit is "not renegotiable", warns Emmanuel Macron, a few hours before a new decisive vote in the British Parliament.
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NHS Give Blood says it has cancelled blood donations in Dover and Folkestone for a two-week period before and a six-week period after the Brexit exit date because of potential significant traffic problems in Kent if there are issues in Calais and other freight ports
America's top spy says no deal Brexit could 'substantially weaken' UK. Dan Coats: "The possibility of a no deal Brexit, in which the UK exits the EU without an agreement, remains. This would cause economic disruptions that could substantially weaken the UK and Europe."
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A Georgian court has ruled against a request to expedite the extradition of Jack Shepherd, Rustavi 2 TV reports.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will ask the EU to re-open Brexit talks to change the contentious Irish border measure. U.K. Parliament will vote today on amendments to the Brexit deal.
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Yvette Cooper asks @theresa_may if she would respect a vote to extend Article 50 - she says extending Article 50 doesn't in itself rule out no deal
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May - this is not the last chance to vote against 'No deal'. We will have another Meaningful Vote ASAP.
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