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David Davis, left, and Jacob Rees-Mogg 'Canada deal' urged THERESA MAY has been urged to grasp a "Canadastyle" trade deal with the EU by leading Brexiteers. The call came from Jacob Rees-Mogg at the launch event for a new Brexit blueprint by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) think tank.
The IEA's launch, also attended by former Brexit secretary David Davis, saw proposals for a "Plan A+" deal which would see full reciprocal market access, no tariffs in goods including agriculture and maximum recognition of regulatory standards.
Probation concerns through supervision without being challenged over their "predilection" for violence.
SERIOUS failings in the management of domestic abusers living in the community are laid bare in a new report.
In seven cases, a watchdog demanded immediate action to ensure the safety of victims and children.
Inspectors found contact with offenders was too infrequent, leaving many to "drift" Risk from therapies AN ESTIMATED 1.3m older Britons may be putting themselves at risk by taking alternative therapies which could potentially interact with their prescribed drugs, a new study suggests.
GPs should ask their patients about herbal and supplement usage to identify potential side-effects, according to the authors of a small study published in the British Journal of General Practice.
The most commonly used supplements were cod liver oil, glucosamine, multi-vitamins, and Vitamin D.
Bodyguard tops TV THE finale of hit thriller Bodyguard peaked with 11m viewers, becoming the biggest TV drama since Downton Abbey.
The nail-biting BBC1 finale drew a 47.9% share - the biggest figure for the entire series.
Richard Madden in the drama Food waste plans MAJOR supermarkets and manufacturers are signing up to efforts to help the UK halve levels of food waste by 2030, it has been announced.
A new "roadmap" unveiled by waste reduction body Wrap and food and grocery charity IGD sets milestones for businesses to work throughout the supply chain to tackle the UK's PS20bn annual food waste bill.
By 2026, all large food businesses should have a target to cut food waste from their own operations.
David Davis, left, and Jacob Rees-Mogg
Richard Madden in the drama