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Most Tories want to ditch Theresa May as leader claims George Osborne as the ex-chancellor blasted the woman who booted him out of Cabinet

MOST Tory MPs want to ditch Theresa May as their leader claims George Osborne, as the ex-chancellor blasted the woman who booted him out of Cabinet. He warned she faces a fresh election meltdown unless she starts embracing modern Britain in his most withering attack so far on the Prime Minister He urged her to […]

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MOST Tory MPs want to ditch Theresa May as their leader claims George Osborne, as the ex-chancellor blasted the woman who booted him out of Cabinet.

He warned she faces a fresh election meltdown unless she starts embracing modern Britain in his most withering attack so far on the Prime Minister

Most Tories want to ditch Theresa May as leader claims George Osborne
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He urged her to be more welcoming to migrants, give up her opposition to building on the green belt and embrace Remain voters as well as those who backed Leave in the EU referendum.

At a lunch in Parliament the former minister – once favourite to enter Number 10 after David Cameron left the role – insisted his bitter enemy Mrs May’s days in No10 are numbered.

There is a “consensus view” among Conservative MPs that she can’t fight the 2022 general election, so “at some point something will happen”, he added.

Sticking the knife in over her botched General Election he said she lost her majority because she made a “big mistake” in telling those who don’t like Brexit to “shut up”.

Former chancellor blasted the woman who booted him out of Cabinet last year
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Issuing his biting critique of her disastrous 2017 election offer, Mr Osborne warned Tory councillors face a massacre in May’s local elections.

The Evening Standard editor said: “The fact that a fringe far left Labour leadership is even in contention for national office is I’m afraid a reflection of the state of the Conservative Party.

“We’ve got to be pro-business, pro-market, pro-development, fiscally responsible Conservatives.

“If we present ourselves to the country as anti-modern, anti-immigrant, anti-urban, anti-Metropolitan, then huge sections of the country will be anti us.

“We saw that frankly at the last general election, and we may see in the London elections in a few months time.”

The ex-minister – now Evening Standard editor – said there is a ‘consensus view’ Mrs May cannot continue until 2022
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The former MP for Tatton, who left Parliament this year, said Mrs May would survive a vote of confidence in the House of Commons.

But he stressed that was not the true test of the strength of her leadership.

He said: “The essential question is going to be – is there going to be a change of leadership in this Parliament? The Conservative Party parliamentary party assumes there will be, the Prime Minister has said nothing about that.

“And at some point that is going to come to a head.”

Issuing his biting critique of the PM’s disastrous 2017 election offer, he warned Tory councillors face a massacre in next year’s local elections
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He added: “I would make the observation that it is the consensus view of the Conservative parliamentary Party that the leadership should change.

“So at some point something will happen.”

Asked if he regretted his comment about wanting Mrs May “chopped up in bags in my freezer”, which he has already apologised for, he replied: “It’s taught me a few things about editorial conference meetings.”

And Mr Osborne did not rule out a return to the House of Commons but insisted he was enjoying his current role.

He joked: “It’s so nice to be back.

“I don’t rule it out just because I think you can be foolish saying never to things, but it is certainly not what I think I’m going to be doing with my life in the future.

“I am very much enjoying editing the paper and for me aged 46, having had 20 years in politics, I’ve discovered a new career and a new life and I’m quite enjoying it.”

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23 stone woman died in her bathtub ‘after her cruel boyfriend deliberately left her stuck there for 10 days’

A 23-stone woman has died after her husband allegedly left her stuck in their bathtub for ten days. The man named only as Guenter S, 58, is accused of not helping Simone W after she became wedged into the bath at their home in Beckum, in North Rhine Westphalia, Germany. The woman, who tipped the […]

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A 23-stone woman has died after her husband allegedly left her stuck in their bathtub for ten days.

The man named only as Guenter S, 58, is accused of not helping Simone W after she became wedged into the bath at their home in Beckum, in North Rhine Westphalia, Germany.

A 23 stone woman died after her husband, pictured in court, left her stuck in the bathtub for ten days
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The woman, who tipped the scales at 148kg (326 lbs) could not get out, but rather than call for help or attempt to get her out himself, he is accused of just providing her with snacks, drinks and her medication for more than a week.

When he finally called the emergency services for help 10 days later, they arrived only to rule that she had died two days previously.

Police confirmed they have arrested the man on a charge of ‘abandonment resulting in death’, with a spokesperson confirming they believe the woman would have been calling for help.

Public prosecutor, Ralf Hinkelmann, 45, said the defendant “left the victim helpless, ignoring her cries for help.”

The woman, who tipped the scales at 148kg (326 lbs), could not get out of the bath (stock photo)
The woman, who tipped the scales at 148kg (326 lbs), could not get out of the bath (stock photo)
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But the defendant refutes the claim, with it reported in local media that he said: “She did not let herself be helped, mind your own frigging business.”

The incident happened on 14th June 2017. Guenter heard a bang from the bathroom, and found his wife fallen in the bath lying down.

The man, who claimed she refused his help, said: “She had hit the shelf on the head in the fall, shards were lying all around.”

Furious, Guenter had then brought her her tablet and mobile phone into the room, saying: “If you need help, get it yourself. You don’t want it from me anyway.”

Simone had allegedly refused help for days, making the bathtub “comfortable”, playing on her tablet in warm water, while her husband brought her coffee in the morning and bought her newspapers.

By the time the defendant called emergency services on 27th June, his wife had already been dead for at least two days. It is believed she died of pneumonia.

The case is due to continue in January.

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The Queen’s beaming smile as Christmas shoppers wave to her outside the Royal Family’s favourite hotel

ROYAL watchers gave the Queen a festive cheer as she was spotted paying a visit to her family’s favourite London hotel. She emerged clutching what looked like a present from The Goring in Belgravia to be greeted by cries of  “We Love You Ma’am!” Wearing a magenta-coloured skirt and jacket she waved to the Christmas […]

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ROYAL watchers gave the Queen a festive cheer as she was spotted paying a visit to her family’s favourite London hotel.

She emerged clutching what looked like a present from The Goring in Belgravia to be greeted by cries of  “We Love You Ma’am!”

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The Queen leaves the Goring Hotel in London for Christmas Lunch[/caption]

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Hotel MD David Morgan-Hewitt – known as Big Dave – says goodbye[/caption]

Wearing a magenta-coloured skirt and jacket she waved to the Christmas shoppers that had gathered to see her as she arrived and then later left the luxury establishment.

Her Maj appeared to be clutching a Christmas gift as she was waved off by David Morgan-Hewitt, affectionately known as ‘Big Dave’, managing director of the five-star luxury hotel.

According to The Goring website, Mr Morgan-Hewitt has “overseen some of the hotel’s greatest and exciting periods of transformation” in his 26 years at hotel.

Last year, the Queen chose the hotel as the setting for a private lunch with some of her senior servants and advisers when a drunk man had to be escorted from the building.

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The hotel was chosen by the Middleton family as their base for the Royal wedding in 2011[/caption]

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Mr Morgan-Hewitt has overseen some ‘exciting periods of transformation’ in his 26 years at hotel[/caption]

It’s believed the Queen had been lunching at the hotel again today.

The hotel was chosen by the Middleton family as their base for the Royal wedding in 2011.

Earlier today it was reported the Queen is angry with the Metropolitan Police over her security detail.

The Queen keeps reportedly being assigned different police guards, rather than just the one.

The top Royals are assigned dedicated personal protection officers who accompany them on their travels.

But the Monarch is reportedly being given different ones, meaning she doesn’t know them.

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Jeremy Corbyn launched Labour Muslim group headed by activist who claimed ‘Israel has no right to exist’

JEREMY Corbyn was on hand to help launch the new Labour Muslim Network last night – but the group is headed by an activist who claimed “Israel has no right to exist”. Ali Miliani has previously had to apologise after suggesting Jewish people were “stingy” and said Israel is “a land built on ethnic cleansing”. […]

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JEREMY Corbyn was on hand to help launch the new Labour Muslim Network last night – but the group is headed by an activist who claimed “Israel has no right to exist”.

Ali Miliani has previously had to apologise after suggesting Jewish people were “stingy” and said Israel is “a land built on ethnic cleansing”.

Jeremy Corbyn launched Labour Muslim group headed by activist who claimed ‘Israel has no right to exist’
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Mr Miliani has previously had to apologise after suggesting Jewish people were stingy and said Israel is ‘a land built on ethnic cleansing’
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The vice president of the National Union of Students posted on Twitter pictures of himself with Mr Corbyn in Parliament last night, along with the Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and Labour MPs Dawn Butler and Rupa Huq.

The new group advertises itself as “an inclusive organisation supporting British Muslims’ engagement in the political process and with Labour, based on our shared values of social justice and equality”.

A host of other MPs were in attendance, including Karen Lee, Kate Green, Karen Buck, Naz Shah, Tam Dhesi, Afzal Khan and Wes Streeting.

But Mr Milani, whilst a student at Brunel University, posted a tweet which read: “Nah u won’t mate it will cost you a pound #jew.”

John McDonnell was also on hand to help launch the new group
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It was revealed earlier this year as he ran for his NUS role that he had also sent a message stating that “Israel has no right to exist”.

He also said: “Israel is a land built on ethnic cleansing and colonialism.

“Oppression is something your people should know about.”

And he also responded to a tweet by Piers Morgan by calling him “a Zionist”.

After facing uproar from other students he told the Tab university news site: “I have apologised unreservedly for these comments before and I do so again.

“They do not reflect how I see the world today.

“These tweets are from an incredibly long time ago – when I was 16 to 17 years old. It’s unacceptable, I know that now. Education taught me that.”

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