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Day: October 31, 2019

Trump calls radio to slam Corbyn
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Trump calls radio to slam Corbyn

    Appearing on LBC Radio with host Nigel Farage, the leader of the Brexit Party, the US president also heaped praise on Prime Minister Boris Johnson as a fantastic guy. Mr Trump said: I have great relationships with many of the leaders, including Boris who's a fantastic man - I think he's the exact right guy for the times. Turning to the Labour leader, he added: Corbyn would be so bad for your country, he'd be so bad, he'd take you in such a bad way. He'd take you into such bad places. But your country has tremendous potential, it's a great country. The prime minister has repeatedly dismissed speculation of an electoral pact with the Brexit Party ahead of the 12 December poll, despite an offer from Mr Farage. Yet, Mr Farage has refused to rule out the prospect of t...
Why William and Harry’s children differ in surnames
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Why William and Harry’s children differ in surnames

    If you’ve ever sat and wondered why Prince William and Prince Harry’s children don’t have the same surname then don’t worry, you’re not alone. This topic came to fruition when Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, was pregnant with gorgeous Archie Harrison, and now we’re eager to explore why the little royals don’t share the same name. William and Kate Middleton's children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis all have the last name Cambridge, whilst Harry and Meghan’s tot goes under Mountbatten-Windsor. This is because William and Kate’s children have taken the last name of William, whose title is the Duke of Cambridge, whilst Archie Harrison has not been issued with a title and would therefore be known as Master Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor, a...
PM soars into poll lead over Corbyn
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PM soars into poll lead over Corbyn

    Boris Johnson and the Conservatives have surged to a huge 17-point lead at the start of the general election campaign, a major poll revealed today. The Ipsos MORI survey shows the Tories up eight points since September to 41 per cent, while Labour is marooned on 24. At the same time, the Prime Minister’s personal scores have leaped, including for his handling of Brexit, while those of Jeremy Corbyn have stayed at rock bottom. The findings are excruciating for the Labour leader, suggesting that his fence-sitting on Brexit has turned into a disaster. Eight in 10 people think he has done a bad job at handling Brexit, indicating that neither Leave nor Remain supporters admire his performance. And just over half of Labour supporters think Mr Corbyn has handled Brexit ...