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'The fastest I have ever lost weight': Jessie James Decker shares diet that gave her major results, quick
Jessie James Decker credits one specific diet - which is on sale now - for helping her quickly lose her baby weight.News The Independent
The way I was treated on Question Time was a disgrace - since Dimbleby left it's turning into a political version of Jeremy Kyle
Over a long political career I have appeared on BBC Question Time innumerable times, but I have never had such a horrible experience as I had in Derby last week. Most of my appearances have been with David Dimbleby as chair. By contrast Fiona Bruce, who has taken over from Dimbleby as presenter on Question Time, does not appear to be well briefed.News The Independent
In a bizarre turn of events, Theresa May could get her Brexit deal through after all - the key lies with Yvette Cooper
Yvette Cooper is in many ways the alternative leader of the opposition. The Labour MP who chairs the Home Affairs Committee will table a bill in the House of Commons on Monday, under the catchy title of the European Union (Withdrawal) (No 3) Bill, which could be decisive in breaking the Brexit deadlock. It could lead to parliament being forced to make a straight choice between Theresa May’s deal and postponing Brexit in order to hold a new referendum.
Visitors to Parliament Square in London on Saturday were surprised to see a lone woman, dressed in red crawling on all fours across the paving stones. Was she a performer, an artist or a protester? No-one was able to find out but the unidentified woman attracted a crowd of onlookers who were eager to find out what her actions meant. Mystery unsolved.News The Independent
Britain will face icy temperatures and disruptive snow for at least four weeks as snow looks set to blanket swathes of the country, forecasters have warned. According to the Met Office, the current cold spell will continue well into February, with a largely gloomy outlook and coverings of snow likely to extend beyond higher ground. There is expected to be patches of rain and sleet in southern areas on Saturday as a chilly front sweeps in from the northwest of England.