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Brexit: British parliament to vote on Boris Johnson's EU divorce deal (10)
The British prime minister has said Saturday "can be the day we get Brexit done," adding that the UK would be out of the EU by October 31. To fulfill his promises, Johnson must first win the approval of 320 lawmakers. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's proposed Brexit deal faces a key vote in parliament on Saturday.
Brexit Deal Done: Boris Johnson vs. Theresa May's Brexit Difference (19)
By Kalyan Kumar 10/17/19 AT 8:27 PM Ending all speculations on a no-deal Brexit on Oct 31, both the U.K and the European Union on Thursday stitched a new Brexit deal that made some significant changes in the first withdrawal agreement. The first deal obtained by Teresa May was rejected by U.K.
Eddie Jones gets England selection right with bold George Ford decision - Jason Robinson (7)
Express Sport columnist Jason Robinson gives his verdict on England's team to face Australia at the Rugby World Cup. By Jason Robinson Eddie Jones' decision to drop George Ford has been backed by Jason Robinson (Image: GETTY) George Ford will be feeling desperately disappointed but I think Eddie Jones has got this selection and his strategy right for Australia.
'It's finally here': Rugby World Cup comes to crunch with quarter-finals (4)
Sport 'It's finally here': Rugby World Cup comes to crunch with quarter- finals 19 Oct 2019 01:24PM (Updated: 19 Oct 2019 01:25PM) TOKYO: England take on Australia and defending champions New Zealand play Ireland as the Rugby World Cup in Japan suddenly gets serious in the quarter-finals on Saturday (Oct 19) - with reputations and coaches' futures at stake. For all four coaches, Saturday's games could be their last in charge as
Macron declares he will veto Brexit delay if Boris deal rejected in huge blow to Remainers (2)
EMMANUEL MACRON today threatened to veto a Brexit delay if MPs reject Boris JohnsonБ─(tm)s new agreement. By Joe Barnes, Brussels Correspondent Joe Barnes The French President warned the House of Commons to take the new Brexit pact seriously because it was put together by "real leaders with real strategic thoughts".
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