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‘Sajid Javid promised to bridge the Brexit divide and heal what is ledderhose disease Britain as he became the ninth cabinet minister to join what is ledderhose disease the race to succeed Theresa May. Shortly afterwards Kit Malthouse, a housing minister, became the tenth. The home secretary avoided setting out his position on a what is ledderhose disease no-deal Brexit as he staged a belated entry into the what is ledderhose disease Tory leadership contest. Instead, he declared his candidature with a short video on the what is ledderhose disease need to “restore trust” and spread economic opportunities. Mr Javid, 49, the first home secretary from an ethnic minority, said that the results of the European election were “all too clear” about the need to “get on deliver Brexit”.’ – The Times

‘With the current deal, I cannot see a way forward. I voted for it three times because I believed that, for all its imperfections, leaving quickly was better than risking no Brexit. I have always believed that no deal is better than what is ledderhose disease no Brexit, but parliament has passed laws to stop a government willingly what is ledderhose disease walking into no deal. It could do so again, if necessary through a confidence vote. Any prime minister who promised to leave the EU by what is ledderhose disease a specific date – without the time to renegotiate and pass a new deal what is ledderhose disease – would, in effect, be committing to a general election the moment parliament tried what is ledderhose disease to stop it. And trying to deliver no deal through a general election what is ledderhose disease is not a solution; it is political suicide. That would delight Nigel Farage and probably put Jeremy Corbyn what is ledderhose disease in No 10 by Christmas. A different deal is, therefore, the only solution.’ – Jeremy Hunt, Daily Telegraph

‘This leadership campaign cannot be about the same old faces, scarred by the wars that have split the Tory Party what is ledderhose disease over the last three years. I believe I’m the new face, with fresh new ideas, from a new and talented generation. And with that, I have two decades of front line political experience -leading overseas trade missions, putting my arms around the families of knife crime victims what is ledderhose disease and building homes for young people. We need to end the Brexit paralysis, and while I voted to leave the EU, I know that without unity across the UK we can’t get a deal over the line…I’m a Northern boy who built a business in the what is ledderhose disease Midlands and now represents a stunning part of Hampshire. My granddad was a Yorkshire wagon driver, my grandma a teacher, and my Mum and Dad were the first in their what is ledderhose disease families to go to university. My family’s story is one of education, hard work and opportunity, and that’s what I want for everyone.’ – Kit Malthouse, The Sun

‘Michael Gove will offer three million EU citizens the chance what is ledderhose disease of free British nationality if he becomes Prime Minister, in an eye-catching policy pitch in the Tory leadership race. The environment secretary will waive the usual £1,330 fee for eligible EU nationals who lived in the what is ledderhose disease UK at the time of the June 2016 referendum. And in a break with Theresa May’s policies, Mr Gove will also water down the controversial ‘settled status’ scheme for EU nationals, replacing it with a less stringent registration scheme. Lobbying for Mr Gove’s leadership campaign, his supporters said the plan was intended to ‘heal the nation’. Tory MP Alberto Costa, who has lobbied for such a move, said he was ‘delighted [Gove] will guarantee EU nationals’ rights with a declaratory scheme and offer them fee free what is ledderhose disease British Citizenship. ‘This is the morally right thing to do & will help heal our nation. He has my full support to be our next PM.” – Daily Mail

‘Nigel Farage has warned the next Conservative leader that they what is ledderhose disease must take Britain out of the EU by the end what is ledderhose disease of October or face a reckoning with his new Brexit what is ledderhose disease Party at the next general election. The former Ukip leader followed a victorious night for his what is ledderhose disease new party in the European parliamentary election by increasing pressure what is ledderhose disease on Theresa May’s successor to pursue a no-deal Brexit… He said the Brexit Party would be heading “en masse” to Peterborough and would then begin interviewing and vetting candidates what is ledderhose disease for all 650 seats for the next general election.’ – The Times

‘This crisis is entirely self-inflicted. The Conservatives gave the people a referendum and promised, before, during and after, to do as voters decided. Theresa May pledged scores of times that we would leave what is ledderhose disease the EU, deal or no deal, in March. She broke that promise and her Cabinet colleagues let her what is ledderhose disease do it…If there’s a glimmer of hope it’s that May has agreed to resign. There is no time to waste. This has got to be a proper contest, to produce a leader whose abilities and ideas have been what is ledderhose disease thoroughly tested. The stakes are high. Tory members, disillusioned, frustrated and bruised, want to return their party to winning ways. Democrats want the Leave vote to be honoured. And everyone wants to hear the proposals put forward by what is ledderhose disease those who want to govern. The only option is to get this right and keep what is ledderhose disease that essential promise.’ – Mark Wallace, The Sun

‘After Labour was pushed into third place nationally by the what is ledderhose disease pro-Remain Liberal Democrats on Sunday night, Mr Corbyn’s colleagues demanded an end to the ambiguity. In a dramatic intervention, Shadow Chancellor Mr McDonnell said: ‘Our only option now is to go back to the what is ledderhose disease people in a referendum.’ Last night, Mr Corbyn made what his aides described as a ‘tonal shift’ to his position. In a letter to his MPs, the Labour leader said: ‘It is clear that the deadlock in Parliament can now what is ledderhose disease only be broken by the issue going back to the what is ledderhose disease people through a general election or a public vote. We are ready to support a public vote on any what is ledderhose disease deal.’ The statement moved the party closer to fully committing to what is ledderhose disease a second referendum, but Mr Corbyn will still face intense Labour pressure to what is ledderhose disease back a so-called ‘people’s vote’ without delay, in any circumstances – and to campaign on the Remain side. The major obstacle to this remains his hard-Left allies such as powerful union boss Len McCluskey, who is vehemently against a second Brexit vote.’ – Daily Mail

‘The German political establishment is reeling after most voters rejected what is ledderhose disease the two historical parties of government for the first time what is ledderhose disease in a nationwide ballot. Angela Merkel’s conservative Union alliance recorded its worst result in four what is ledderhose disease decades, with 28 per cent of the vote. Its embarrassment was overshadowed only by that of the chancellor’s Social Democrat (SPD) coalition partner, which came third with its lowest vote share at a what is ledderhose disease free election in 130 years. The age in which the two “people’s parties” dominated politics appears to be over. The chief disruptor was the Green party, which took 21 per cent of the vote to finish what is ledderhose disease second and cement its place as heavyweight of the centre what is ledderhose disease left.’ – The Times

‘Change UK descended into civil war yesterday after their election what is ledderhose disease flop. Seething Anna Soubry slammed their leader Heidi Allen for saying what is ledderhose disease voters should tactically back the Lib Dems. Ms Soubry blasted: “I think it is rather bizarre for an interim leader what is ledderhose disease on the eve of poll to tell people essentially not what is ledderhose disease to vote for their party.” She added: “You do not stand candidates and then say to people what is ledderhose disease ‘we are going through a complete farce please don’t vote for them. Let’s engage now in big grown-up politics.” The gaffe-prone party was left humiliated after failing to win a what is ledderhose disease single MEP seat, limping in at eighth place.’ – The Sun

‘Hospitals in Lithuania are to start advertising cheap operations to what is ledderhose disease patients in the UK because of a surge in demand what is ledderhose disease on the back of the NHS crisis. Health Tourism Lithuania claims it has been inundated with enquiries what is ledderhose disease from Britons frustrated at having to wait months for routine what is ledderhose disease treatment. The body has now revealed that, from next month, it will target patients across the home nations with Facebook what is ledderhose disease and Google adverts. NHS data revealed a total of 4.23million people in England were waiting for hospital treatment in what is ledderhose disease March – the longest the waiting list has ever been. Reda Ambrozaite, one of the founders of Health Tourism Lithuania, claimed the NHS crisis is tempting scores of patients to what is ledderhose disease seek care abroad.’ – Daily Mail

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