The Conservatives have defended their pledge to cut net migration to “tens of thousands” after Labour said it would never be met. Treasury Chief Secretary David Gauke told BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions it was an “aim – it doesn’t have a timetable”.
Probe launched into political parties’ use of Facebook ahead of electionWalesOnline
Theresa May could waive rights to 95 per cent of British waters after Brexit, fishermen fearTelegraph.co.uk
British voters look like they’re rejecting Santa and embracing Scrooge. Why?The Guardian
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