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Front Page PM: Deal... or delay?

Plus - how to beat tax rises & rare black leopard sighting

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Front Page PM 

Good afternoon. As Theresa May addresses reports her Brexit tactics were spilled in a bar, Danny Boyle brings you the The Telegraph's latest

Wednesday afternoon in 60 seconds

PMQs Weds

Theresa May speaking in the Commons during PMQs this afternoon

The PM, her Brexit negotiator and a Brussels bar

Theresa May has sought to play down reports that she will face MPs with a stark Brexit choice. Olly Robbins, her chief negotiator, was reportedly overheard outlining the Prime Minister's plan in a Brussels bar - a choice between her deal and a lengthy delay. Speaking in the Commons, Mrs May told MPs not to pay heed to what was heard. Downing Street has denied that Mrs May is taking a no-deal Brexit off the table. Here is what Mr Robbins reportedly said in the bar.

Meanwhile, Mark Carney has changed his Brexit tone. In a departure from his "Project Hysteria" warnings, the Bank of England Governor said it could be an opportunity for a new world order. But what is behind the change? Click here to watch a video explaining how and why Mr Carney swapped fear for hope.

PS: Philip Johnston has visited a city that could be a blueprint for the UK post-Brexit. Read his dispatch here.

OAP murders: Three men in 80s beaten to death

A triple murder investigation has been launched after three men in their 80s were killed in similar circumstances and found within a mile of each other. Police said the victims in Exeter had been violently attacked. Read the latest.

Tiger killed at Longleat after door left open

An endangered Amur tiger has been killed at a safari park after an enclosure door was left open. Longleat Safari Park has launched an investigation. Laura FitzPatrick reports on what happened at the popular family attraction.

 

What's new

Shoreham crash | 'Cavalier' pilot speaks for first time about tragedy

Libby Squire | New CCTV of missing student's last known moments

Hand database | New forensics plan to catch child abusers

Tax return | Homeless man fined by HMRC for filing late

Amazing pictures | UK photographer's rare sighting of black leopard

 

Video editor's choice

How El Chapo evaded police | Caught and imprisoned several times, El Chapo - the Mexican drugs kingpin - became notorious for using a network of secret underground tunnels to evade police and the authorities. As he now faces life in jail, click here to watch a video of his most daring escapes.

El Chapo

One of Mexican drugs kingpin Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán’s secret tunnels

 

Comment

Allison Pearson | Nick Boles should look out - he’s an easy target

Telegraph View | It's no wonder Europeans hold the EU in contempt

Con Coughlin | Nato will be key to any vision of a 'Global Britain'

Rebecca Reid | Polyamory is no cure for stale relationship - believe me

Sally Peck | Is Peppa Pig what it takes to teach Americans English?

 

Editor's choice

Tax

'20 years of tax rises to come' | Beat hike with tax-saving tricks

 
Shirt-dress

Fashion editor's pick | Layer a polo neck under this shirt-dress

 
 

Business briefing

Wages boosted | Inflation has slipped below the Bank of England's 2pc target for the first time in two years, providing a boost to shoppers' spending power. Real wages have been lifted in recent months by a jump in pay growth to a 10-year high. Tom Rees is running our live business coverage.

Investment advice | Why you shouldn't buy these 'cheap' trusts

Moral Money | Can I lie to my insurer about engagement ring cost?

Telegraph Markets Hub | Live updates on stocks, shares and currencies

 
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Sport briefing

Six Nations | The involvement of every player at every breakdown has been charted and evaluated. It means "unseen work" can be measured. Charlie Morgan has crunched the numbers - and found some surprising results.

Charlie Eccleshare | Marco Verratti a whole different species to Man Utd

Can Spurs beat Dortmund? | Crosses, counter-attacks and persistence

Michael Vaughan | Patience must be England's watchword for the future

 

And finally...

Rise of 'fake gins' | It's enough to have you reaching for the bottle. The Gin Guild has claimed the popularity of the drink has led to the market being flooded with fake bottles. Spirits are wrongly being branded as gin, according to Trading Standards. Helena Horton explains how you can spot fake gin.

 
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