“After a long absence, The Twilight Zone returns…”
David Martosko, the US political editor for Mail Online, made the suggestion when he applied to work as Trump’s press secretary, BuzzFeed News understands.
The prime minister’s reported remarks come as chancellor Phillip Hammond told a German newspaper the UK would “not lie down” if shut off from European markets after Brexit.
“What is this? A wall for ants?”
The first report from the cross-party Brexit committee comes days before the prime minister’s highly-anticipated speech on the government’s plans.
The former historian’s resignation will trigger a by-election in his Stoke constituency, where UKIP came second in the last election.
Thousands of Syrian refugees being resettled in the UK are the victims of torture or violence, yet only a handful have been referred to receive specialist support.
A University of Oxford academic complained after the home secretary’s speech on British workers provoked a furious reaction last year, but police found no evidence of a hate crime being committed.
The US president-elect confirmed he would host May in Washington, DC, “in the spring”.
The British Red Cross said it had been called in to help with a crisis in A&E departments this winter.
The op-ed in the Irish Times was likened to a “fascist glossary”, and accused of “normalising hate”.
“It’s only January 1st and Ed Sheeran has ALREADY saved 2017.”
2016, the year that made Brass Eye look like the real news.
“Our democracy must be defended and each of us needs to decide how we can contribute to that effort,” the Passengers actor said as he denied quitting Hollywood altogether.
“We’ve had a pretty difficult 12 months, partly [because of] Jeremy’s enemies in the party, partly commentators, but we have the right policies and we have the right leader,” the shadow home secretary said.
Campaigner Peter Tatchell led a group of activists demanding the Labour leader do more to support UK aid drops, and condemn Russian military operations in Aleppo.
Norbert Hofer was on the brink of becoming Europe’s first democratically elected far-right head of state since World War II.
“This is what has happened to our politics,” MP Anna Soubry had written.