London news: Teenager arrested after man seriously injured in Erith stabbing | UK | News

The victim, a man in his 40s, suffered stab wounds to the leg in the attack shortly before 4pm. Witnesses said the stabbing took place at a takeaway on West Street. The Metropolitan Police said a teenager has been arrested on suspicion of GBH. A force spokesman said the victim’s injuries are not thought to be life-threatening or life-changing. More to follow… Source link adminMickleach.com is your news, entertainment, music & fashion website. We provide you with the latest news and videos straight from the entertainment industry. https://mickleach.com

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Brexit news: Ukip claims the ‘EU project is falling apart’ BRUTAL rant | UK | News

David Kurten, a Ukip member of the London Assembly, criticised the European Union, claiming the bloc still wants to keep the UK in the EU. The Ukip politician also claimed the European Union project was “falling apart” as he noted a rise in the populist vote in the Italian election in March this year. Speaking on RT, Mr Kurten was asked about Brexit negotiations and Michel Barnier’s approach to handling discussions with the UK. He replied: “I think Michel Barnier would like to make it as soft as possible and ultimately…

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‘Chequers is still ALIVE’ Brexiteer MP denies reports Barnier branded deal as ‘DEAD’ | UK | News

This week, the Labour MP Stephen Kinnock told Brexit minister Dominic Raab that the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier had said that Ms May’s proposals were “dead in the water”. When pushed on more information, he said he had been told “les propositions sont mortes”, which translates as “the proposals are dead”. The EU has dismissed the allegation that Mr Barnier had made such comments during Monday’s crunch talks with the Brexit select committee, which were held to discuss the progress of negotiations. Speaking to the BBC’s new flagship politics show,…

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Brexit news: EU commisioner Phil Hogan hits out at Jacob Rees-Mogg and Nigel Farage | UK | News

Phil Hogan, the EU’s commissioner responsible for agriculture and rural affairs, said the UK is “trapped in a recurring cycle of silly behaviour” over the divorce with Brussels. The Irish Eurocrat labelled Jacob Rees-Mogg, Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson the “Three Stooges” for attempting to force the Prime Minister to adopt their vision of a clean break from the EU. And he said the prominent Brexiteers had no ideas for the split and accused them of “not knowing the first thing” about how to solve the Irish border issue. Speaking…

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BBC News: Simon McCoy leaves HIMSELF giggling after THIS on-air joke | UK | News

BBC News host Simon McCoy joked about the Great North Run as the weather forecaster explained what the conditions would be for athletes on Sunday. The BBC News host, known for his hilarious on-air interactions, suggested he was a keen runner during the funny segment. BBC Weather’s Sarah Keith-Lucas delivered the forecast before she was interrupted by McCoy. She said: “That’s right Simon, it is the Great North Run taking place this weekend on Sunday. “Actually the weather is not looking too bad for the runners. A little bit touch…

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Brexit news: Nadine Dorries calls time on Theresa May and backs Boris Johnson | UK | News

Speculation has been growing for weeks over a Conservative leadership bid from Boris Johnson after he published a damning newspaper column in which he claimed the Prime Minister’s proposed Brexit Chequer’s deal gives the UK “two-thirds of diddly squat”. Speaking to Sky News, Nadine Dorries threw her full support behind Mr Johnson, claiming that the country needs “competent leadership”. She said: “We cannot continue with a Prime Minister who in non-consensual, who doesn’t listen, who doesn’t take on people’s concerns and acts in a Presidential style. “That is not how…

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