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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Midlands
11:09, 16 JAN 2018
Theresa May mercilessly mocked over Brexit blue passport plan
German MEP Manfred Weber mocked the focus on changing the colour of the travel document
Boris Johnson boldly claims UK will get MORE than £350m a week after Brexit
The Foreign Secretary claimed the official Vote Leave campaign could have used a higher figure
Jeremy Corbyn declines to rule out second EU referendum
Corbyn insisted he was not calling for a new national poll on withdrawal
We should tell Donald Trump he's welcome to visit the UK
The US President has pulled out of a visit to the UK and many of his critics are delighted
Donald Trump UK visit would have sparked 'mass protests' - Sadiq Khan
The London mayor - who has clashed with the president in the past - said a visit by Mr Trump would have been met by "mass peaceful protests"
Nigel Farage dramatically backtracks over calls for second EU referendum
Remainers had earlier welcomed Mr Farage's challenge
Bookies SLASH odds on second EU referendum after Nigel Farage calls
Downing Street ruled out a fresh vote
Theresa May RULES OUT second EU referendum after Nigel Farage's shock admission
The former Ukip leader suggested a fresh vote would put an end to "whinging and whining" by opponents of Brexit
Nigel Farage just said he wants a SECOND EU referendum
The former Ukip leader was a staunch pro-leave campaigner
Open Banking launches THIS weekend - what's changing and the dangers
Open Banking launches THIS weekend
Here's why Virgin West Coast rail passengers aren't allowed to buy the Daily Mail
Virgin Trains has stopped selling the Daily Mail on West Coast services because it disapproves of the paper's political opinions
Credit and debit cards charges will be banned THIS WEEKEND
This is what you need to know
MPs warned of high tariffs on skimmed milk if no Brexit deal
Kirsty Blackman said tariffs would be "an incredible problem"
David Cameron 'feared being ousted if he didn't agree to EU referendum'
Craig Oliver said Mr Cameron would have been hit by a wave of Conservative defections to Ukip
James Bulger killer Jon Venables to stand trial over indecent images of children
Jon Venables was returned to prison in November after he was allegedly caught with child abuse images
Jamie Oliver wants Government to BAN selling energy drinks to kids
Children will routinely opt for a can of Red Bull or Monster at the local convenience store
Celebrity Big Brother
Celebrity Big Brother's India Willoughby compares sex change to 'having tooth out'
She told Rachel Johnson and Ashley James: "It was like having a tooth out. I have been in more pain going to the dentist."
Nigel Farage set for talks with EU's Brexit negotiator in Brussels
Farage has called on people to tweet questions with the hashtag "askbarnier"
Tony Blair tells Labour to 'take higher ground on opposing Brexit'
The former prime minister criticised Labour's position and urged the party he once led to instead "make Brexit the Tory Brexit"
Tony Blair BLASTS Labour's 'mistaken' stance on Brexit
Mr Blair said he disagreed with the party's stance "strategically", saying it was "mistaken" tactically
Jeremy Corbyn will come round to supporting second Brexit referendum, says Lord Adonis
Corbyn last month insisted that Labour was "not advocating" a public vote on the withdrawal terms secured by Theresa May
Credit and debit card charges will be SCRAPPED next week - what you need to know
The current ruling is that companies should incur charges to its customers at the rate of what it costs them to process the transaction
Public confidence in Theresa May's handling of Brexit is plummeting
The Prime Minister's popularity dropped by a half between June and December
2017 Quiz Of The Year - how well do you remember the last 12 months?
We've had the deaths of national treasures - like Bruce Forsyth - and a fiercely-contested General Election