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The Daily Telegraph: British daily broadsheet newspaper
The Daily Telegraph, known online as The Telegraph, is a national British daily broadsheet newspaper published in London by Telegraph Media Group and distributed across the United Kingdom and internationally. It was founded by Arthur B. Sleigh in 1855 as Daily Telegraph & Courier.

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UK PM Johnson says he believes he can strike an EU deal within weeks

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson believes that he can strike a deal with the European Union within weeks, he said, writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper.
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UK PM prepares plan to legally stop Brexit extension: The Telegraph

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has prepared plans to legally stop any Brexit extension, the Daily Telegraph http://bit.ly/2ZP87Yc reported late on Sunday.
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Jacob Rees-Mogg: It was a mistake to recline on front bench during key Brexit debate [Video]Jacob Rees-Mogg: It was a mistake to recline on front bench during key Brexit debate

Courtesy of Telegraph.co.uk. Jacob Rees-Mogg expresses regret at his decision to recline on the front bench while listening to a key Brexit debate, noting it was a "distraction". He came under fire for..

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Judge refuses to grant gag order in Geoffrey Rush defamation case

The Daily Telegraph is free to criticise the decision in the Geoffrey Rush defamation case, a Federal Court judge has said.
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Johnson to tell France and Germany that UK parliament cannot stop Brexit: Telegraph

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will tell French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the British parliament cannot stop Brexit, The Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported.
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Britain's speaker aims to block parliament closure for Brexit: newspaper

The House of Commons speaker plans to block Prime Minister Boris Johnson from bypassing parliament to take Britain out of the European Union, the Telegraph newspaper reported on Wednesday.
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Speaker Bercow says he will stop Johnson from closing parliament to secure Brexit: Telegraph

British House of Commons Speaker John Bercow said on Tuesday he would refuse to allow Prime Minister Boris Johnson to close parliament to secure Brexit, the Telegraph reported.
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Majority of Britons support 'Brexit by any means': poll

A majority of Britons believe Prime Minister Boris Johnson must take Britain out of the European Union "by any means", even if that involves suspending parliament, an opinion poll conducted for the..
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British PM Johnson to meet Ireland's Varadkar over Brexit: report

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accepted an offer to meet Irish leader Leo Varadkar to discuss Brexit and the Northern Irish backstop, the Sunday Telegraph said citing UK government sources.
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Johnson's top aide says UK lawmakers can't stop no-deal Brexit: Sunday Telegraph

Lawmakers will be unable to prevent a no-deal Brexit on Oct. 31 even if they dismiss Britain's government in a vote of no confidence next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top aide has advised, the..
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UK's Johnson will appoint David Frost as EU adviser: report

Incoming Prime Minister Boris Johnson will appoint David Frost as European Union sherpa and adviser on Europe, a Daily Telegraph reporter cited unidentified sources as indicating.
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Britain mulls sanctions in response to Iran tanker seizure: The Telegraph

British ministers are making plans aimed at targeting Iran with sanctions in the aftermath of the Iranian seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker in the Gulf, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported.
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NSW mulls new deer cull strategy

All licenced gun holders in NSW could be allowed to cull wild deer populations, under a plan being considered by the government, The Daily Telegraph reports.
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UK's Esther McVey to back Boris Johnson in leadership bid: Telegraph

British conservative lawmaker Esther McVey said on Saturday that she will support Boris Johnson in his bid to be prime minister, The Telegraph reported.
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UK's Duncan Smith says he will vote for Johnson in Conservative leadership election: The Telegraph

British Conservative Party Member of Parliament Iain Duncan Smith has decided to vote for Boris Johnson in the party leadership election to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, Duncan Smith wrote in the..
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British Conservative leadership candidates with little support could be 'culled': The Telegraph

A leadership contender for Britain's Conservative Party who fails to win the backing of more than 10 MPs next week could be eliminated after the first round of voting under plans to be discussed by..
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UK PM candidate Sajid Javid ready for Brexit without deal: The Telegraph

British interior minister Sajid Javid, who is running in the leadership race to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, would be prepared to take Britain out of the European Union without a deal, The Daily..
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Mark Harper enters UK prime minister race to replace Theresa May: Telegraph

Britain's Mark Harper has become the 12th Conservative Party member of parliament to enter the leadership race to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, the Telegraph reported on Thursday.
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Telegraph challenges Rebel Wilson decision in Geoffrey Rush appeal

A key ruling on defamation damages in Rebel Wilson's case was "plainly wrong" and should not be followed in the Geoffrey Rush case, The Daily Telegraph says.
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UK's Rudd opts out of Conservative Party leadership race: Telegraph

Britain's work and pensions minister Amber Rudd has ruled herself out of the Conservative Party leadership race, the Telegraph newspaper reported.
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May's new Brexit offer retains Northern Irish backstop, nothing new on customs: paper

British Prime Minister Theresa May's new Brexit offer to UK lawmakers retains the Northern Irish backstop and does not add anything new on customs arrangements, The Telegraph newspaper reported late on..
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Daily Telegraph waged 'campaign' against Rush after defamation win: court

The Daily Telegraph waged a "campaign" against the Federal Court to attack actor Geoffrey Rush's defamation win against the newspaper, the court has been told.
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UK PM May looking at second Brexit vote options if talks fail: Telegraph

British Prime Minister Theresa May has carried out "scenario planning" for a second Brexit referendum in case she is forced by parliament to hold one, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Monday.
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Daily Telegraph launches appeal in Geoffrey Rush defamation case

The newspaper says the trial, in which Geoffrey Rush was awarded $850,000, miscarried, as it braces for a second damages bill for millions in financial loss to the actor.
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Prince Harry cancels trip next week to the Netherlands: Telegraph newspaper

Britain's Prince Harry, whose wife Meghan is due to give birth, has canceled a planned trip to the Netherlands next week, The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported.
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Why Geoffrey Rush and his accuser say there’s 'no winners' in defamation case

Oscar-winner Geoffrey Rush won his defamation claim against The Daily Telegraph.
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What was said after Rush's defamation win

Actor Geoffrey Rush and his accuser Eryn Jean Norvill both say there are no winners after a Sydney judge found he was defamed by The Daily Telegraph.
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'Not credible or reliable': Geoffrey Rush wins defamation case against Daily Telegraph

Geoffrey Rush has won his defamation case against Sydney newspaper The Daily Telegraph over a series of reports accusing him of "inappropriate behaviour".
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UK finance minister says lawmakers might revoke Brexit to prevent no deal: Telegraph

British finance minister Philip Hammond raised the prospect of lawmakers revoking Article 50 this week rather than allowing Britain to leave the European Union without a deal if talks collapse, the..
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UK PM May considering offering lawmakers a vote on second Brexit referendum: Telegraph

British Prime Minister Theresa May is considering giving lawmakers a vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum in a bid to break the deadlock in talks with the opposition Labour Party, the..
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Discussions ongoing between UK PM May and Labour on customs union, public vote: Telegraph

Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour are yet to agree whether a customs union or confirmatory public vote would be part of a compromise deal to win the opposition party's support for a Brexit deal,..
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Second Brexit vote would be 'ultimate betrayal': leader of lower UK parliament

A second public vote on Britain's membership of the European Union would be the "ultimate betrayal", Andrea Leadsom, the leader of the House of Commons or lower house of parliament, wrote in the Sunday..
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UK's May should quit as prime minister soon: Telegraph

British Prime Minister Theresa May should step down immediately after negotiating a temporary extension to Britain's European Union membership, the Daily Telegraph newspaper said in its Saturday..
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Hardline Brexiteer Boris Johnson edging towards May's deal: Telegraph

Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, one of the fiercest opponents of Theresa May's Brexit plan, is now edging towards backing her deal, Telegraph deputy political editor Steven Swinford..
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UK lawmaker Boles proposes common market 2.0 motion on Brexit: The Telegraph

British Conservative lawmaker Nick Boles is proposing a common market 2.0 motion as a Brexit option to be voted on as part of a series of indicative votes to be held in parliament on Wednesday,..
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UK PM May to offer indicative votes on Brexit options: Telegraph reporter

British Prime Minister Theresa May is considering offering lawmakers so called indicative votes to find a way to break the Brexit deadlock, The Daily Telegraph's deputy political editor said.
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The DUP's price for supporting May's Brexit deal: seat at trade talks: Sunday Telegraph

The Northern Irish party which props up Prime Minister Theresa May's minority government is demanding a seat at post-Brexit trade talks as its price for supporting her twice-defeated divorce deal, The..
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Brexit supporters reject UK attorney general's additional legal opinion: The Telegraph

Brexit-supporting lawmakers have rejected an additional legal opinion by Britain's top government lawyer on Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal assurances, The Telegraph reported.
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India waiting for UK reply after fugitive Nirav Modi's video surfaces

India said on Saturday it was waiting for Britain to respond to its request to extradite fugitive billionaire jeweler Nirav Modi, after London's Telegraph newspaper reported that he was living in an..
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UK's Cox scraps bid for Irish backstop time-limit, exit clause: Telegraph

U.K. Attorney General Geoffrey Cox has abandoned attempts to secure the time-limit and unilateral exit clause for the Irish backstop, the Telegraph reported on Sunday.
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