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Aubrey Allegretti

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  • Huffington Post UK
  • The Independent

Recent articles by Aubrey:

Barclay signs legislation in 'landmark' move to stop EU law applying after Brexit

The Brexit secretary says it sends a "clear signal" there is "no turning back", but a Labour MP says Brexit is not "inevitable". → Read More

Boris Johnson will not shut parliament to force through Brexit, minister suggests

Kwasi Kwarteng, who attends cabinet in Downing Street, also talks down the chance of the PM ignoring losing a no-confidence vote. → Read More

PC killed in action 'will make other officers worry about safety'

PC Andrew Harper, 28, died after being dragged along the road by a vehicle in the village of Sulhamstead in Berkshire. → Read More

King's Cross facial recognition cameras under investigation

The devices pose a "potential threat to privacy that should concern us all", the information commissioner says. → Read More

PM's partner Carrie Symonds to give first public speech since entering No 10

The ex-Tory HQ communications boss will give an address at a conference and take part in a panel discussion on the environment. → Read More

Brexit protester Terry Maher jailed over £1m train disruption stunt

Carrying a St George flag, power banks for his phone and warm clothing, the stunt sees him sentenced to a year in prison. → Read More

Sarah Wollaston: Ex-Conservative MP defects to the Liberal Democrats

The Commons health select committee chair is "delighted" to be joining a team fighting "to remain at the heart of Europe". → Read More

Jeremy Corbyn plans to block no-deal Brexit by becoming 'temporary' PM

The Labour leader wants to oust Boris Johnson so he can head a "strictly time-limited" caretaker government. → Read More

Man convicted after crossbow, axes and other weapons found in his car on Isle of Wight

Gavin Price was said by police to be "noticeably obstructive" when they pulled him over for an MOT check. → Read More

Century-old law used to solve stepsisters' £300k inheritance battle

John and Marjorie Ann Scarle were found dead from hypothermia at their bungalow in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, three years ago. → Read More

Madame Tussauds splits up Duke and Duchess of Sussex waxworks

Meghan Markle's waxwork figure will soon be sitting alongside the showbiz royalty she invited to her own wedding. → Read More

PM Boris Johnson targets drugs, weapons and phones in prison crackdown

Boris Johnson is accused of "tinkering around the edges" by Labour, as he launches a plan to ensure inmates are reformed → Read More

King Cross developers defend facial recognition cameras

Despite campaigners' concerns, a spokesperson says there are "sophisticated systems in place to protect" the public's privacy. → Read More

Caroline Lucas apologises for only asking white women to join anti-Brexit cabinet

The co-leader of the Green Party says she should have "reached out further and thought more deeply" about representation. → Read More

Violent criminals should spend longer behind bars, PM says

Boris Johnson wants to "ensure confidence in the system", but a charity says the plan could be "worse for public safety". → Read More

Boris Johnson tells civil service to make no-deal Brexit preparations a 'top priority'

Boris Johnson tells civil servants they must "rapidly" get ready for such an outcome, after No 10 aides had holiday scrapped. → Read More

Boris Johnson refuses to rule out calling election to force through no-deal Brexit

Some MPs have tipped using the vote of no-confidence as a route to delay leaving the EU on 31 October. → Read More

Young campaigners urge Boris Johnson to make tackling knife crime 'top priority'

The group deliver a 12-point manifesto to Downing Street with measures they think will make Britain's streets safer. → Read More

Unity government plan scuppered by Labour's refusal to deal with SNP 'Tories'

Nicola Sturgeon responds by saying she is open to creating a "progressive alliance" to stop a no-deal Brexit on 31 October. → Read More

Michael Gove brands EU 'wrong and sad' in Brexit deal renegotiation stand-off

The senior minister insists "the days of drift" have "ended" after reports Brussels has accepted the UK is leaving with no-deal. → Read More