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Brexit news: Ministers 'ready to quit Cabinet' claims Grieve

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A GROUP of Remainer ministers could quit Theresa May’s Cabinet if she refuses to delay Brexit which could even bring down the Government, it was claimed last night. Dominic Grieve, the former attorney general, said six senior ministers and a further six junior frontbenchers may resign by the end of the month.

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Outcry at Jeremy Corbyn's plan to sell soft Brexit to Brussels

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FURY erupted yesterday amid fears Jeremy Corbyn will meddle in EU negotiations on a visit to Brussels next week in a desperate attempt to push through a super-soft Brexit.

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Pence renews criticism of U.S. allies, urging action on Iran and Venezuela in Munich speech

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By Linda Givetash

Vice President Mike Pence chastised European leaders over Iran and Venezuela Saturday, renewing his criticism of U.S. allies in a speech to a security conference in Munich.

Europe should follow Washington’s lead in pulling out of the nuclear pact with Tehran and recognizing Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó as president, Pence said at the annual conference attended by top global defense and foreign policy officials.

“The Iranian regime openly advocates another Holocaust and it seeks the means to achieve it,” said Pence, who visited the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz earlier in the week.

“The time has come for our European partners to withdraw from the disastrous Iran nuclear deal and join with us as we bring the economic and diplomatic pressure.”

Pence’s latest speech reiterated remarks made in Poland on Thursday where he accused Britain, France and Germany of breaking American sanctions on Iran.



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