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Although Mr Johnson insisted he did not want an election, he left no doubt he is ready to call one by vowing he will not obey any law passed by the House ordering a Brexit extension.

However Mr Johnson faced a Cabinet backlash this evening as Amber Rudd (right) urged him not to kick out Tory MPs who try to stop No Deal.

Kensal Rise resident Phoebe was first linked to Mc Donagh, 49, last year -just months after divorcing Irish documentary film-maker Conor Woodman, 45, (inset bottom) to whom she was married for four years.

Stephen Waterson, 26,(right) yesterday admitted the manslaughter of Alfie Lamb (left) by squashing him 'at the touch of a button' in the Audi A4 (inset) convertible in February 2018.

Outside the venue, 'Yellow Vest' protester James Goddard was arrested by police after blocking Jeremy Corbyn and John Mc Donnell's car as they left the Lowry in Salford Quays and shouting 'traitor' at the Labour leader.

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage predicted the prime minister (right addressing the media outside Downing Street today) will lose a Commons vote on stopping a No Deal exit from the EU.

The consultant neurologist was involved in Operation Yellowhammer but Mr Rees-Mogg said there was no reason for mortality rates to rise and accused him of 'fear-mongering on public radio'.

Addressing a rally in Salford, Jeremy Corbyn said Labour is ready to fight a general election.

The couple posted the 'powerful quote' by former South African president Nelson Mandela on their Sussex Royal Instagram page.Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage insisted 'No Deal is the best deal' given there are less than 60 days until the deadline of October 31 for Britain to leave the EU.He also told Boris Johnson (right during a speech outside Downing Street today) he would be making a 'historic mistake' by trying to get a rehashed version of Mrs May's Withdrawal Agreement - minus the backstop - through parliament.Speaking on LBC Radio today, Mr Farage (left speaking at a party event in Colchester, Essex) told his listeners his party is ready for a general election and has previously indicated he would field a rival in every Tory seat if the prime minister did not opt for a hard Brexit.The Commons Leader accused Dr David Nicholl (inset), who rang his LBC radio call-in show, of 'fear-mongering' when asked how many extra deaths he would accept as a result of a lack of drugs and radioactive isotopes under a No Deal Brexit.

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