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The prime minster was due to hold 'peace talks' with 21 rebel Tory Remainers such as Mr Gauke (right), who vowed to vote against No Deal despite the threat of deselection by the party at a future general election.A one-on-one meeting with Mr Johnson (left) was also offered to fellow Remainer Philip Hammond (inset).And a dangerous gang boss jailed for six years for driving his car at police while fleeing a £1 million drugs bust posted pictures of himself enjoying a slap-up meal to celebrate the Muslim festival of Eid (top right).
Labour (right party leader Jeremy Corbyn), the SNP, the Lib Dems and Tory rebels are trying to seize control of Commons business so they can push through a Bill demanding Boris Johnson seeks an extension from Brussels rather than allowing the UK to crash out on October 31.(Pictured left) HMS Duncan (second) safely escorts MV Mid Eagle (first) and MV BW Magellen (last) through the Strait of Hormuz which is between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.HMS Montrose (bottom right, near) escorting the container ship Brighton (far) through the Gulf.The PM, government whips and key officials - including maverick No10 chief Dominic Cummings - holed up for lunch at the country residence.Home Secretary Priti Patel made clear last month that she wanted free movement - regarded as one of the main drivers of the 2016 Brexit referendum result - to end immediately after the UK leaves the bloc.
Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the Northwestern Bahamas Sunday afternoon as a Category 5 and descended with fury - snapping trees, ripping the roofs off of homes with 185mph winds and 220mph gusts, and sending waves crashing onto the street.