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Remainers are trying to stop Brexit with a proxy war, say Boris's allies, as former PMs hint at second referendum

The Telegraph | Front Page Boris Johnson believes the Irish border is being used by Remainers to fight a "proxy war" to thwart Brexit as two former prime ministers raise the prospect o...
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Thursday, March 1, 2018
 
 
 
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Remainers are trying to stop Brexit with a proxy war, say Boris's allies, as former PMs hint at second referendum
 
 
News
 
 
Boris Johnson believes the Irish border is being used by Remainers to fight a "proxy war" to thwart Brexit as two former prime ministers raise the prospect o... - Read more »
 
 
'Unworkable' Brussels' deal would put EU customs staff on British soil - Read more »

Theresa May accused of 'complete capitulation' as more EU migrants get permanent right to stay - Read more »

Europe has weaponised the Ireland issue - now the fight really begins  - Read more »

The EU wants to lock us in the single market under its control. We cannot accept that - Read more »
 
 
 
Sport
 
England head coach Eddie Jones admits he feared for safety after train attack by fans following defeat to Scotland
 
 
Sport
 
 
Eddie Jones, the England head coach, said on Wednesday he would never travel on public transport again after he was physically and verbally abused as he made his way bac... - Read more »
 
 
Scotland No 8 Ryan Wilson cleared of making contact with Nathan Hughes' eye area 'due to pre-existing hand injury' - Read more »

Jason Kenny storms back in style as Great Britain win team sprint silver at Track Cycling World Championships - Read more »

Tottenham Hotspur 6 Rochdale 1: Snow, VAR madness and seven goals at Wembley - Read more »

Joan Laporta exclusive interview: I gambled with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona, Arsenal should do the same with Thierry Henry - Read more »
 
 
 
Business
 
Toys R Us and Maplin collapse into administration, putting 5,500 jobs at risk
 
 
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UK retailers Toys R Us and Maplin have collapsed into administration, putting 5,500 jobs at risk. Toys R Us UK has appointed Moorfields Advisory as... - Read more »
 
 
Foxtons profits plunge amid London housing market slowdown - Read more »

ITV ends decade-long squeeze on programming spend - Read more »

Prezzo may close up to 100 restaurants in CVA - Read more »

No mercy for Toys R Us and high street chains of yesteryear - Read more »
 
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Allister Heath: Do hard Remainers not see what stopping Brexit would do to our democracy? - Read more »

Nick Timothy: The EU wants to lock us in the single market under its control. We cannot accept that - Read more »

Jan Etherington: Snow turns us into five-year-olds again: happy, excitable and kind to strangers - Read more »
 
 
 
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