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THERESA MAY is set to pay the DUP tens of millions of pounds more in order to ensure she obtains their backing on her Brexit plan, as the Northern Irish allies have threatened to revolt if the EU’s backstop is accepted and Northern Ireland is treated differently from the rest of the UK.
THERESA May has received demands from the EU finance chief to make more concession to Brussels and to ignore the hard Brexiteers in her party, as he warns a further softening in her negotiation stance is needed to secure a deal.
COAST has become the latest victim on the high street after the fashion retailer collapsed into administration, putting 300 jobs at risk.
PRINCE Philip has held an audience with members of the military at Windsor Castle - the first time the Duke of Edinburgh has been seen in public in months with speculation mounting he will attend Princess Eugenie's wedding ceremony.
VOTERS will take to the polls on Sunday to elect the 180 members of the 18th Landtag of Bavaria. Here is everything you need to know as Angela Merkel's government faces chaos.
CONSERVATIVE Vice Chair Helen Grant dismissed the DUP's Brexit threat to Theresa May claiming the Northern Ireland Unionist Party is "bluffing" as she issued a counter-threat Jeremy Corbyn could win the next general election if they do not cooperate on the future budget.
MICHAEL Schumacher’s former manager says he has reluctantly “closed the chapter” on his friendship with the Formula One legend nearly five years after he suffered a severe head injury in near-fatal skiing accident.
TWO people have died and three others have been seriously injured following a crash between a minibus and lorry on the M4 between Reading and Swindon.
PRINCESS Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have left Windsor Castle, hours after arriving with Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, the day before their royal wedding for a meeting with the Queen and a final rehearsal for the big day.
EUROPEAN federalist Guy Verhofstadt demanded Britain be afforded no special treatment if the country opts to participate in any of the bloc’s programmes post-Brexit in a letter to MEPs.
TONY BLAIR claimed that it was a “good thing” to “blame” him for “literally everything” after being quizzed about whether his immigration policy as Prime Minister eventually led to the Brexit vote.
CAMBRIDGE University students have turned their back on Remembrance Sunday poppies claiming the flowers which honour the fallen “glorify” war.
FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s call to remain in the European Union was ridiculed by ITV host Robert Peston after he quizzed the former MP on why he would want to be associated with a bloc that is no more successful than it was before the Brexit referendum.
JOHN Major launched a scathing attack on the European Research Group for their "intolerable bullying" of Theresa May to pressure her into giving up her Brexit plans.
A RUSSIAN Soyuz rocket carrying one Russian and one US astronaut is being forced to make an emergency landing after a malfunction was detected shortly after take-off from Kazakhstan.
CAMILLA, Duchess of Cornwall, will snub Princess Eugenie’s Royal Wedding because of her long-running feud with the bride-to-be’s parents Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew, according to explosive royal claims.
SWARMS of ladybirds carrying STDs have been captured on film invading UK homes - but why are they heading indoors and are the ladybirds dangerous?
THERESA May’s Brexit compromise has left her minority Government on unsteady ground after Democratic Unionist Party MPs launched their first counteroffensive against the plans last night.
SWARMS of Harlequin ladybirds carrying a sexually transmitted fungal disease are infesting homes around Britain - but why are they carrying STDs and can you get you catch it from them?
EXCLUSIVE: DANIEL HANNAN, one of the original Brexiteers, has hit out at calls for a second referendum on the UK’s EU membership saying they would trigger “a crisis of democracy”.