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Brexit: ‘Dozen’ Tories could back no confidence vote, says Ellwood

Ellwood was speaking to the BBC’s Panorama “A dozen or so” Conservative MPs could support a vote of no confidence to stop a no-deal Brexit, defence minister Tobias Ellwood has told the BBC. He told Panorama that many backbenchers and ministers would rebel if the UK faced leaving the EU on the 31 October deadline without a legal agreement. Boris ...

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Tory leadership race: Sky set to cancel Johnson-Hunt debate

Sky News has said it will be forced to cancel a debate between the two men vying to be the next Tory leader unless Boris Johnson agrees to take part. The broadcaster hoped to be the first to stage a head-to-head debate between Mr Johnson and his rival Jeremy Hunt. But it said Mr Johnson had “so far declined” its ...

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Dagenham School Elected Parent Governor

  In June 2019 Village Infants School in Dagenham advertised one vacancy for a new Parent Governor, and the school is delighted to receive 2 nomination forms. Many schools really struggle to find parents willing to take on this important role, and this was an excellent indicator to the Governors and Senior Staff of the strength of support Village Infants ...

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Warfare and current global affairs (June 2019)

Fatema Miah: UK parliament selecting the new Prime Minister and there World at War.  Pakistan still hypocrite when talking. India warned Bangladesh. Can’t say another world war began because this war has been ongoing began with the millenium. Here a page of a flipped passed and turned over chapter reopened. Iran USA, and Middle Eastern unrest isn’t new, not for ...

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Minister M A Mannan at Jagannathpur’ s Shaharpara Jubo Shongo scholarship ceremony

Ansar Ahmed Ullah:   Honourable Planning Minister of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, M. A Mannan MP said, the government of Bangladesh led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is the government of development working towards an educated friendly vibrant Bangladesh. Sheikh Hasina is working for establishing a beautiful Bangladesh for the next generation. The Minister said that ...

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Migrant rescue board in even greater danger

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   The migrants and refugees were rescued from a dinghy off Libya on 3 April by a rescue boat operated by the German NGO Sea-Eye and named Alan Kurdi after the Syrian boy who drowned in 2015. Italy’s far-right deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, has repeatedly declared Italian waters closed to NGO rescue vessels. Several boats have ...

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Bogura-6 by-election: Voting underway amid low turnout

Bogura, June 24 : Voting in the by-election to Bogura-6 constituency is underway on Monday amid a very poor response from voters at many polling stations. The balloting began at 9 am and will continue till 4 pm without any break. Visiting different polling stations the UNB correspond found that the voter turnout was poor in the morning. However, no ...

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Opposition win in Istanbul a blow to Turkey’s Erdogan

Photo: Ekrem Imamoglu, the candidate of the secular opposition Republican People’s Party, CHP, waves to supporters at a rally in Istanbul, late Sunday, June 23, 2019. Istanbul, Jun 24 : The opposition candidate for mayor of Istanbul celebrated a landmark win Sunday in a closely watched repeat election that ended weeks of political tension and broke the long hold President ...

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England beats seething Cameroon 3-0 to advance in World Cup

Photo: England’s Steph Houghton, third from left, celebrates with teammates after scoring her side’s first goal during the Women’s World Cup round of 16 soccer match between England and Cameroon at the Stade du Hainaut stadium in Valenciennes, France, Sunday, June 23, 2019. Valenciennes, Jun 24 : As the Cameroon players protested and play was delayed, England’s staff and players ...

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Train Accident: British HC in touch with local authorities

Dhaka, June 24 : British High Commission in Dhaka has saidthey are in touch with the local authorities “seeking further clarification” on whether any British nationals are affected in the “serious train accident” in Moulvibazar district. “We are aware of a serious train accident in Moulvibazar. Our thoughts go out to all affected by this serious accident,” said the High ...

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