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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Christmas message focuses on charity, challenges and political accomplishments, and says, "Living in Canada comes with a responsibility to be there for each other."
MUCH faster progress on Brexit and an "intensification" of the debate on the UK's overseas aid budget should be on the political agenda in 2017, Ukip leader Paul Nuttall said in his Christmas message.
A LABOUR MP has insisted he is against “total free movement” before scolding Theresa May for her “lack of creativity” in her approach to single market access.
EUROPE’S open borders are putting Britain’s security at risk of a deadly terror attack, a former police chief has warned.
The former head of the Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation says he was fired — on the very day his appointment was to expire — after he tried to root out financial corruption in the organization. The Liberal government says he was fired because his actions were "fundamentally incompatible" with his position as president.
A SENIOR Tory MP has laid down a challenge to the Government to deliver a “swift, clean Brexit” before the end of next year.
THERESA May has used her Christmas message to hail the “bold” new role for Britain on the world stage outside the EU.
A FORMER Conservative Home Secretary has blasted those calling for the Government to halve the UK’s prison population, branding the idea “very damaging”.