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    The Sunday Times has learned that Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to offer the EU "a historic grand bargain on Brexit".

    Mr. Johnson's offer Brussels, the choice between to help him deliver on his offer This Week , or the agreement on a "friendly" version of the no-deal until the end of the month.

    The Paper says the Prime Minister will try to win, the leaders of Germany and France contribute to the EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier , give substance to the agreement reached with Irish officials a few days ago. to support

    Jacob Rees-Mogg's appeal to Brexiteers, Mr Johnson ' s efforts to make a deal. The Paper says that it is a "devastating collapse of trust in our institutions", which are only eliminated by the award of a vote to leave the EU.

    The former Cabinet Office minister, David Lidington , in the meantime, that's a no-deal Brexit "would be massive damage" to the Conservative Party 's reputation as the "champion" of The Company . He says The Party would be "in Dire Straits " - "But even worse was the damage for The Union of the United Kingdom would be".

    on a similar note is sounded. The colleagues, including former party chairs, Lady Warsi and Lord Patten, the all the risks of the disintegration of the United Kingdom and the unravel can describes it as "to be shocking" for the Conservative and Unionist Party , in the light, The Peace on The Island of Ireland .

    Baroness Warsi was among those who wrote a letter, expressing concern about The Peace Process

    19 labour MPs are "ready to defy Jeremy Corbyn and again the Prime Minister when he returned from Brussels with a deal". It indicates, "your support would be enough to carry it over The Line " while next Saturday the special session of The Commons .

    And a Banksy-paintings by chimpanzees, filling The Commons benches has led to questions in the art world over whether it is really The Product of the elusive street-artist.

    The Work , which sold recently for almost £10m, used a realistic style, and usually not seen in Banksy's pieces, asked some questions, whether it was by a different artist, Mason Storm. A spokesman for Banksy has declined to comment; the storm just says that "he who is painted it is a Genius ".

    suggest there were 15 million cases in the 12 months to August, in which the patients had to wait a month to see your doctor. Doctors' leaders say that the delays are due to the shortage of staff and resources. The Department of health insists it is the promotion of practices "up to 20,000 additional personnel in a doctor".

    to you were placed on The Left until you are outside of the military base where the 19-year-old Harry Dunn died in a traffic accident. The Other vehicle involved has been said, on the wrong side of The Road . The Paper says the temporary signs and direction arrows appeared within the last few days outside of the RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire .

    . The Company is reported to Cuadrilla, have begun", the removal of equipment from its test area, after completion of The Work has been blamed for minor earthquakes in August".

    The Paper says an energy white paper the government set the Renewable Energy prioritize on fracking is "". A pro-fracking group, is exploiting the UK's natural gas resources is the only way you have to aim to meet carbon dioxide emissions.

    because you live at home four years longer.

    The average age for daughters was found to fly The Nest , in 22, while the sons wait until they are 26. The cost for the accommodation of an adult child is said to be around £400 per month, immerse yourself with some of the parents in their pensions-or work extra Hours .

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