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The intervention, in a speech in Salford, comes despite Tony Blair pleading with Mr Corbyn not to fall into the 'elephant trap' of backing a snap poll.
Remainers are gearing up for a huge effort to rule out No Deal, with a crunch vote in the Commons tomorrow.
Dozens of people are feared to have died after a 75ft boat burst into flames off the coast of California.
The US Coast Guard confirmed rescuers pulled more than 30 people from the water and Ventura County officials told KTLA that 34 people had died.
Anthea Turner was set up on a blind date with her fiancé Mark Armstrong just seven weeks ago by her best friend Lizzie Cundy (pictured on their date).
The presenter, 59, confirmed her engagement on Sunday after enjoying a whirlwind relationship with businessman Mark Armstrong, 55, who has swept her off her feet with a romantic proposal in Rome (pictured together right). He's a very funny, jolly guy from a very rich Italian family.' Eldest sister Danielle Peck (centre), 33, 'violently' forced victim Kylie York to the floor before Kirsty Peck (left), 31, grabbed the birthday girl's hair outside a pub in Southampton (bottom left).
Lewis Hamilton witnessed the horror 170mph crash that claimed the life of Anthoine Hubert whilst conducting an interview.
Jeremy Corbyn said the PM should 'let the people decide' if Remainers manage to block No Deal in a massive Parliamentary showdown this week.He was brought to Whitehall by an rescue charity today and was pictured with Miss Symonds, 31, in the garden behind the famous building.Miss Symonds tweeted photos of herself with the dog, alongside the message: 'Meet our gorgeous little rescue puppy, Dilyn #Adopt Dont Shop'.Despite the developing drama, Mr Johnson also found time to meet Carry On actress Barbara Windsor, who is campaigning for better dementia support, in the No10 garden this afternoon (pictured left together).Brexit minister Michael Gove (second from right), Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (right) and maverick No10 chief Dominic Cummings (inset right) were also on hand as events snowballed.
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If they win, it would pave the way for MPs to seize control of business in the House to pass legislation stopping the UK crashing out at the end of October.