NEWS FOR 18/11/2019 (Monday the 18th of November, 2019 - 3:54:36pm gmt)
Breakup of UK a price worth paying for Brexit, say Leave voters
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 12:04:00am gmt
A large majority of Leave voters think the breakup of the United Kingdom is a price worth paying for Brexit, according to a Sky News poll.
Drug dealer jailed for 26 years for murdering Jodie Chesney
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 9:16:00am gmt
A 19-year-old has been sentenced for life with a minimum term of 26 years for the murder of Jodie Chesney.
Brother of missing woman Leah Croucher dies
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 10:02:00am gmt
The brother of missing woman Leah Croucher has died nine months after her disappearance, their father has said.
Palace denies claim Prince Andrew used n-word in meeting
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 2:55:00pm gmt
Buckingham Palace has denied claims by a former Downing Street aide that Prince Andrew used the n-word during a meeting at Buckingham Palace.
Johnson delays corporation tax cuts to help fund NHS
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 11:53:00am gmt
Boris Johnson has vowed to delay cuts to corporation tax to fund "priorities" like the NHS, as he, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson made their election pitch to business bosses.
Girl, 15, dies in suspension bridge collapse
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 11:16:00am gmt
A 15-year-old girl has died after a suspension bridge in Toulouse collapsed.
Glastonbury 2020: Paul McCartney confirms headline set
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 11:19:00am gmt
Sir Paul McCartney will headline at next year's Glastonbury Festival.
Jennifer Arcuri: PM 'is feeding me to the wolves'
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 10:35:00am gmt
The American businesswoman at the centre of a controversy involving Boris Johnson has said the PM should "pick up the phone" and "acknowledge the destruction" she has had to endure.
'Not as convincing as Claire Foy': Reviews in for new series of The Crown
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 1:12:00pm gmt
The highly anticipated new series of The Crown has arrived.
NASA discovers unique orbit to Neptune's moons
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 12:54:00pm gmt
Researchers at NASA have discovered that a unique orbiting pattern by Neptune's two innermost moons allows them never to collide, dubbing it a "dance of avoidance".
General election 2019: PM puts corporation tax cuts on hold to help fund NHS
Posted on Monday, 18/11/2019, 3:44:33pm gmt
Boris Johnson says plans to cut corporation tax to 17% next year are to be put on hold.