BRUSSELS chiefs have goaded Britain as they launched a war of words ahead of next month’s opening of trade talks.
Jean-Claude Juncker suggested he would make a better Prime Minister than Theresa May, whilst his deputy mocked Michael Gove.
The EU Commission boss quipped it would be “good for Britain”
BREXIT could see even higher immigration after a minister hinted that visas could be granted as part of future trade deals.
Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes refused to say today whether countries could be offered special concessions in order to secure a partnership after we leave the bloc.
Britain is set
PRITI Patel has said she won't be donating to Oxfam again after charity sex abuse claims came to light - as Brits were urged to stop giving their cash.
The former International Development Secretary said she wouldn't give money to the charity again "in light of what I know".
THE SCHOOLS minister was left red-faced today when he failed to answer a simple maths question on TV.
Nick Gibb was asked to do the sum "eight times nine" while promoting a new policy to teach the times tables to schoolkids.
But he refused to respond - admitting he didn't
THE former defence chief of Canada has bizarrely claimed the Illuminati is REAL and is secretly running the world - while making "trillions" from the oil industry.
Outspoken Paul Hellyer - the former Canadian Minister of Defence - is believed to be the highest-profile politician to openly back the
THE CABINET minister Andrea Leadsom has hit out at a “cowardly” death threat she has been sent by a pro-Remain group.
The anonymous note sent to the leader of the House of Commons claims they will “take lives” from the Brexit side.
She blasted the “unsigned” missive which is almost
THE AID MINISTER Penny Mordaunt has threatened to cut off taxpayer cash going to Oxfam as she hauls the charity bosses in to explain its prostitution scandal.
She accused them of lacking “the moral leadership at the top of the organisation”, and says Government funding will be withdrawn if
FORMER AID Secretary Priti Patel last night demanded police prosecute seven Oxfam aid workers facing staggering sex scandal allegations in a blistering attack on the “woeful” charity.
The ex-Cabinet minister said it was disgraceful Oxfam had allowed three workers to resign and had merely sacked four others for gross
TOP Remainer Tories are desperately searching for a leadership candidate who can take on Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees Mogg.
In the event of a sudden snap leadership battle, they are worried that only hard Brexiteers have a shot at winning.
And a leadership contest could be on the cards
THE WOMEN’S minister has revealed she has been forced off Twitter because she was “fed up” of “death threats and the nastiness”.
On the 100th anniversary of women getting their voice in politics the prominent female politician Victoria Atkins says she has lost hers on social media due to
UKIP supporters and Brexit-backers are being urged to join the Conservatives to vote for Jacob Rees-Mogg to be leader if Theresa May is ousted.
Senior ministers have expressed worried that if the PM is forced out, it could pave the way for the popular backbencher Brexiteer to come into
GERRY Adams has thrown his weight behind "outstanding" Jeremy Corbyn to be prime minister - because it would benefit Britain.
The outgoing President heaped praise on the Labour boss for talking to Irish Republicans during The Troubles - even as they committed violent atrocities.
And he insisted that suspended ex-London
A BREXIT minister was forced to make a grovelling Commons apology for “misleading” the House in a row with the civil service over the impartiality.
But Steve Baker has managed to avoid the sack for agreeing with allegations suggesting Treasury officials were trying to keep Britain in the customs
THERESA May still has a comfortable lead over Jeremy Corbyn on who the public thinks would make a better Prime Minister despite masses of in-fighting in the Tories.
But the new poll does also the “don’t know” beats them both, revealing how neither party has a leader able to
A MINISTER declared war on the civil service today as he suggested mandarins may be conspiring to force a soft Brexit on the UK.
Steve Baker told the Commons he'd heard "extraordinary allegations" that Treasury officials want to keep Britain in the customs union after we leave the EU.
JACOB Rees-Mogg has cemented his position as the favourite to take over from Theresa May in a fresh poll of Tory members.
Three Brexiteers are the most favoured to be the next Conservative leader, according to a new survey from Conservative Home.
Ardent Brexiteer Mr Rees Mogg, who is the
THE CULTURE Secretary Matt Hancock was mocked today after he launched a bizarre social network themed around himself.
The new app - called "Matt Hancock" - is built around a string of pictures, videos and news items all relating to the senior Tory.
But users were quick to point out
A TORY minister dramatically resigned in the middle of a House of Lords debate for being two minutes late for work - but Theresa May rejected his offer to quit.
To cries of “nooo” from fellow peers Lord Bates stood up at the despatch box and quit his role
A TORY minister dramatically resigned in the middle of a House of Lords debate - just for being two minutes late for work.
To cries of “nooo” from fellow peers Lord Bates stood up at the despatch box and quit his role at the international development department this afternoon
JEREMY Corbyn’s Labour party really does have links with Russia – after it was revealed one of his most senior colleagues has a son playing for Zenit St Petersburg.
Barry Gardiner’s 20-year-old offspring Jacob Gardiner-Smith has been plying his trade in the country for a number of years, before
THERESA MAY is leading Britain over a "gang plank" with her muddled Brexit strategy, a former minister blasted today.
Lord Bridges, who quit as Brexit minister last year, warned that the Government hasn't worked out how it wants to change the UK once we quit the EU.
He lashed squabbling
GLOOMY leaked Brexit reports which say Britain will be worse off after Brexit are a bid to "undermine our EU exit" and are using predictions that are "always wrong", a minister has stormed.
Steve Baker lashed out after a Brexit impact assessment claims Britain will suffer in every scenario when Britain
PROTESTERS door-stepped a Tory minister’s office demanding answers about him attending the scandal-hit Presidents Club dinner.
Under-fire MP Nadhim Zahawi, 50, who represents Stratford-upon-Avon, Warks., has not been seen in his constituency since it emerged he was a guest at the sleazy charity bash.
Today more than 30 constituents held
A FEMALE Tory minister knocked back an interview with veteran BBC presenter John Humphrys because of his refusal to apologise over a sexism row.
Culture minister Tracey Crouch and other female ministers are said to be furious over banter between the Today host and US Editor Jon Sopel over
THE CHILDREN’S minister Nadhim Zahawi is being hauled in to Number 10 for a “dressing down” by the Chief Whip over attending the sleazy Presidents Club party.
The under-fire Tory MP will have to explain his attendance at the charity auction dubbed a “gropers’ gala” after female staff were
THERESA May has backed her minister Nadhim Zahawi after he attended a sleazy charity event where women were groped - saying he “probably regrets his decision to go”.
Another minister had slammed the Presidents Club for being an evening for “slimeballs” which has seen its chair step down from
BRITAIN is safe from a nuclear attack by North Korea as the country doesn't see us as an enemy, ministers have said.
Lord Howe and Mark Field told MPs today that although it could be just a matter of months before the rogue state could develop missiles that could
INDIAN Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been described as the star attraction at Davos as the World Economic Forum gets set for its annual meeting in Switzerland.
The most popular leader in India since Mahatma Gandhi, here’s the lowdown on the man who went from humble beginnings to leader
A BOOMING world economy will “dwarf” any impact of Brexit on the UK economy, a respected former Treasury Minister predicted last night.
Ex-banker Jim O’Neill, who worked for George Osborne, admitted that dire forecasts about a Brexit crash had not come true.
But he explained this was because “the world