MPs must STOP the games over Brexit, EXPRESS COMMENT

This is more than just a gamble. The livelihoods of people in this country, the future of this great nation, respect for democracy and the fate of Brexit all hang on Mrs May's success or failure. So when MPs are presented with her revised proposals they need to look at them carefully and must do what is best for this country. However, if she fails to win over the doubters and get enough support in the Commons, then there must be a change of direction. First of all, it is clear from our poll today that voters want a real Brexiteer on the negotiating team and hanker for Nigel Farage to be given a chance to lock horns with Brussels.

There are good reasons for this... He shares a clear vision of a proper, clean Brexit with many in the Conservative Party and, as an MEP, he knows the manipulative characters in Brussels well.

Furthermore, the Government has to stand firm against a Remainer Parliament and do what 17.4 million people instructed it to do.

This means a refusal by the EU to change its demands or negotiate properly must lead to the UK leaving with no deal.

It is time for MPs to stop playing games and gambling with Britain's future.

End this persecution of troops in the troubles 

WITH two-thirds of respondents in today's ComRes poll backing calls for soldiers who served in the Troubles in Northern Ireland to be given immunity from prosecution, MPs need to understand once and for all that the witch-hunts must end.

It is a disgrace that six retired soldiers are being prosecuted while scores more are having their cases reviewed.

It is worth noting that two-thirds of respondents also think letters of comfort preventing former IRA terrorists being prosecuted should be withdrawn.

So in a week where Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has announced legal protection for all soldiers except those who served in Northern Ireland we hope she and other ministers will take note of our poll.

We need to stop pursuing our brave former soldiers and finally give them the peace of mind they deserve.

Bond Onesie will give men a licence to chill

MOST men probably secretly think there is a suave James Bond character inside them but it takes a courageous person to don a onesie.

Despite this, a £345 price tag has not deterred punters from buying a copy of the light-blue garb famously worn by Sean Connery in 1964.

It's a look which may leave other people feeling both shaken and stirred.

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