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Boris Johnson contradicts Stephen Barclay on Brexit customs issue
(November 09 00:32) Dailymail.co.uk
Boris Johnson has promised Northern Irish businesses they will not have to fill out customs declarations to send goods to the rest of the UK once Britain has left the EU.
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Australians can get $25,000 cash grants for renovations and new homes from TODAY
In an extraordinary bid to stimulate the economy, the government is handing out the cash grants to help Aussies renovate their home or build a new house to live in. ...
NYPD's top officer 'couldn't be prouder' of cops handling protests
NYPD's Terence Monahan, who knelt with protesters in Manhattan's Washington Square Park earlier this week, defended his fellow officers on Wednesday following a fifth night of unrest on New York City. ...
'Daddy changed the world': George Floyd's six-year-old daughter Gianna says she misses him
The six-year-old and her mother Roxie Washington appeared on Good Morning America on Wednesday morning.
Five-month-old baby boy returns home after spending 32 days in a coma with coronavirus in Brazil
Just a few months after his birth Dom Andrade tested positive for COVID-19 at the Pro-Cardiaco hospital in Rio de Janeiro.
Donald Trump launches Twitter tirade accusing protesters of 'marching with terrorists and looters'
Donald Trump launched a more than 35-tweet tirade Wednesday where he claimed violent protesters are 'domestic terrorists' and told law enforcement to 'get tough' on rioters flooding city streets.
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LAPD chief is forced to apologize for saying George Floyd's death is on hands of looters'
LAPD Chief Michel Moore is facing calls for his resignation for saying George Floyd's death is on the hands of looters as much as it's on the Minnesota officers.
Five babies are infected with a rare bacteria in Adelaide
SA Health said two babies in the neonatal unit at the Flinders Medical Centre are symptomatic with Serratia marcescens, with one in a serious but stable condition.
Owner of store where George Floyd tried to use fake $20 note says staff will no longer call cops
Mahmoud Abumayyaleh, owner of Cup Foods, said he and his family were 'deeply saddened for our part of this tragedy' and they would not cooperate with the police until they ...
Shear joy for alpaca who loses his 7lb coat in lockdown haircut to help him cope with 80F heat
The three-year-old South American animal, named Steely Dan, looked totally relaxed as two people removed its 7lb fur coat, while another collected the wool in Innerleithen, Scottish Borders.
Gross domestic product dived by 0.3 per cent in the March quarter, national accounts data showed
Australia's economy shrunk in the March quarter for the first time in almost a decade as a result of coronavirus. It means the nation is one step away from being ...
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