The former foreign secretary exploded back into the political fray with his resignation speech to the Commons (pictured left and bottom right) as the Prime Minister struggles to contain open warfare in the Tory party.Mr Johnson complained that a 'fog of self doubt' had descended on the government after Mrs May's Lancaster House speech last year, and she had allowed the process to be dictated by questions about the Irish border.Tanyalee Davis, 37, was left sobbing after a train guard ordered her to move her mobility scooter.
At the time it was thought to be carrying the gold supplies of the entire flotilla, which were used to pay port fees and crew salaries.In today's prices, it is believed to be worth around 3billion (£102billion).The Mountain View-based company is the most popular search engine in the world and this fine, set to be announced at 12pm BST will take the firm to .7 billion (£5.1 billion) in EU fines since 2017.Theresa May (pictured as she faced the Liaison Committee today) repeated her warning that 'no deal is better than a bad deal' - as she admitted that some of her Brexit plan might not be ready in time.Anna Searle, 62, was found strangled at their £400,000 home in Stowmarket, Suffolk on December 30, after she found out Stephen Searle was having an affair with their son's girlfriend.
The Honourable Mr Justice Green, sentencing Searle to a minimum of 14 years told him: 'Your actions have cause devastating waves of pain and anguish to crash through your entire family.' Searle, who had been married for 45 years, looked straight ahead and showed no reaction as his fate was read out.
A teary Sir Cliff (left) hugged friends after the judge gave his decision and told reporters he was 'choked up', adding: 'I can't believe it.
It's wonderful news.' Cherie Harris, 36, and Jaimes Mainwaring, 29,from Leeds, enlisted the help of food waste charity The Real Junk Food Project to create a menu made up entirely food heading for the bin.
And making a clear pitch for the top job without directly calling for Mrs May to quit, he added: 'It is not too late to save Brexit.' The searing assessment could throw Mrs May back into turmoil just as she was hoping to limp into the summer parliamentary break.
The PM was not in the chamber for Mr Johnson's statement, as she was running the gauntlet of a grilling by senior MPs on the Liaison Committee (top right).
Readers were left baffled by the piece taking to Twitter to complain that Miss Donovan could live 'comfortably' on that salary.