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Kelly Slater pulls off 'Houdini Tube Ride' after falling off board, getting back on mid wave
Publisher:  FOXNews
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 03:01

Surf star Kelly Slater pulled off the "Houdini Tube Ride," a nearly impossible move in one of the world's most challenging waves, at Billabong Pipe Masters in Hawaii over the weekend, reports said.

European Retailers Struggle Ahead Of Holiday Season
Publisher:  NewsBlaze
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 03:00

ecommerce and European RetailersEuropean retailers are struggling to make ends meet ahead of the forthcoming holiday season, with brick and mortar stores and online shopping services alike finding themselves hammered by low consumer demand and gross uncertainty about the near-future of the continent. Analysts assert that everything from sluggish international growth to Britain’s decision to exit the European […]

Famous birthdays for Dec. 18: Katie Holmes, Keith Richards
Publisher:  UPI
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 03:00

Actor Katie Holmes turns 40 and actor Josh Dallas turns 40, among the famous birthdays for Dec. 18.

On This Day, Dec. 18: Lee Malvo convicted for Washington-area sniper killings
Publisher:  UPI
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 03:00

On Dec. 18, 2003, teenager Lee Malvo was convicted of murder in Washington-area sniper attacks that killed 10 people in 2002.

Audi's Self-Driving Cars See the World With Luminar's Lidar
Publisher:  WIRED
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 03:00

VW's self-driving division Audi AID picked Luminar's system from a crowded field, impressed by its range and resolution.

Laser Vision Upstart Luminar Reveals Self-Driving Tech Alliance With Audi's AID Unit
Publisher:  Forbes Real Time
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 03:00

The Silicon Valley-based maker of lidar sensors that self-driving cars need to see in 3-D has collaborated with Audi’s AID autonomous tech unit for more than a year, in addition to supply partnerships with Toyota Research Institute, Volvo and more than a dozen other companies.

Leading Brexiteer tipped to replace Theresa May accused of 'hypocrisy and dishonesty' by Cabinet rivals
Publisher:  business insider
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 02:59

Penny Mordaunt

  • Exclusive: The race to succeed Theresa May turns bitter after one of the leading candidates is accused of using plans for a no-deal Brexit to boost her Conservative party leadership credentials.
  • Brexiteers in May's Cabinet are pushing her to accept a so-called "managed no deal" Brexit.
  • Penny Mordaunt, Andrea Leadsom and Liam Fox will lead calls for the prime minister to negotiate a bare bones divorce deal with the EU covering just a handful of areas. 
  • However, the International Development Secretary Mordaunt is accused by rivals of using the plans to boost her own leadership chances.
  • "She has very much kept quiet to see how the dust settles, and will then latch on to the best alternative idea that comes along," one Cabinet source told Business Insider.
  • Downing Street sources shoot down the "managed no deal" plans.


LONDON — Leading Brexiteers in Theresa May's Cabinet are engaged in a bitter fight over plans for a so-called "managed no deal" Brexit, as the race to succeed May as prime minister breaks out into the open.

Senior Brexiteer ministers in May's government — Penny Mordaunt, Andrea Leadsom and Liam Fox — are set to collectively make the case for a so-called "managed no deal" when Cabinet meets on Tuesday morning.

However, Mordaunt's rivals has accused her of"hypocrisy and dishonesty" over her support for the hard Brexit plans.

The International Development Secretary is reportedly set to outline her vision of a "managed no deal," in which the UK would supposedly exit the EU without a trade deal at the end of a two-year transition period but have individual agreements with Brussels covering key areas, like aviation and citizens rights.

She set out the plan in more detail on Monday night, describing it is a "managed glidepath" for the UK out of the EU. 

Now Pro-Brexit sources in May's Cabinet have accused Mordaunt of "Brexit indecisiveness" and using "managed no deal" to boost her leadership credentials with an overwhelmingly pro-Brexit Conservative party membership.

"She [Mordaunt] has very much kept quiet to see how the dust settles, and will then latch on to the best alternative idea that comes along," an ally a leading Cabinet Brexiteer told Business Insider.

They added that Mordaunt was guilty of "hypocrisy and dishonesty" on the issue.

There has been suspicion within Westminster's pro-Leave circles for weeks that Mordaunt has been preparing a bid to succeed May once she steps down as Tory leader and prime minister.

There was speculation that Toby Baxendale, a businessman who set up the Cobden Centre radical free market think tank with ex-Brexit minister Steve Baker, was helping Mordaunt prepare a potential leadership bid. Baxendale worked on Leadsom's unsuccessful campaign to succeed David Cameron as prime minister in 2016.

Friends of Baxendale deny that he is working with Mordaunt.

Penny Mordaunt

Government sources on Monday poured cold water over the "managed no deal" proposal after Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the UK could "flourish and prosper" without a full divorce deal.

A Downing Street source told Business Insider that the EU "have held firm in not discussing any kind of side deals."

They added that ex-Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, who resigned last month over May's Brexit deal, had tried to push plans for such an arrangement with the EU but chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier "came down very hard on him."

They also added that even a bare bones Withdrawal Agreement would need to come with a backstop for the island of Ireland, saying: "If Parliament hates the backstop, then why would they not hate it in a managed deal?"

The prime minister is under pressure from all sides of her Cabinet to consider alternatives to her Brexit deal with MPs almost certain to vote it down when the meaningful vote takes place next month.

SEE ALSO: Theresa May told by ministers to surrender control of Brexit to Parliament

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Film Review: ‘The Wedding’
Publisher:  Variety
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 02:59

Two considerations need to exist side by side when discussing “The Wedding,” the debut feature of Egyptian-American multihyphenate Sam Abbas. One involves the film itself, a dull slice of Lower Manhattan mumblecore about a heterosexual New York couple fitfully planning their wedding until she discovers his gay dalliance. The other, getting the lion’s share of […]

Ex-Trump adviser Stone admits to InfoWars lies, settles suit
Publisher:  ABC
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 02:57

Stone has settled a $100 million lawsuit accusing him of publishing lies online.

Mesa man accused of killing his roommate over music choice
Publisher:  New York Post
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 02:52

MESA, Ariz. — Police in Mesa say a man is in custody for allegedly killing his roommate over their choice of music. They say 41-year-old Sheldon Sturgill is jailed on suspicion of second-degree murder. It was unclear Monday if Sturgill has a lawyer yet. Police say officers were sent to an apartment complex last Friday...

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