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But writing in this newspaper, Mr Rees-Mogg, the Commons Leader describes such 'politicking' as 'unconstitutional'.An exclusive Mail on Sunday poll also predicts Mr Johnson would win a majority of 28 seats in an Election - rising to 84 if Nigel Farage's Brexit Party stands aside.A senior minister even suggested that the Speaker himself harboured ambitions to be the so-called 'unity Prime Minister' who would replace Mr Johnson and lead an anti-No Deal interim government.And in an article for The Mail on Sunday, Natascha Engel - one of Mr Bercow's former Deputy Speakers - accuses him of being 'in open opposition to the people who voted to leave' and risking the very hard Brexit Remainers want to avoid.Lady Victoria blasted the 'naive' and 'clueless' Prince Andrew for becoming involved with Epstein but says she believes he knew nothing of his friend's secret life.The parents of a British executive murdered by his estranged wife in China have taken the heart-wrenching decision to offer their son's killer more than £40,000 so that their grandchildren can grow up together in the UK.His new love is American financier Jordan Connell, believed to be in her early 30s, whom he met at Cambridge.Photographs of the couple - published by The Mail on Sunday last weekend - showed them strolling and kissing (inset top) passionately in a London park near James's home.
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The socialite was introduced to Jeffrey Epstein (inset) after dating Prince Andrew (left) and stayed at his Manhattan flat for a week but found it so 'frightening' she fled, believing she was being filmed.
She had previously attended an intimate dinner hosted by Epstein with his alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell (pictured together right), Donald Trump and Bill Clinton also in attendance.
He obviously has no problem getting on private jets.' Jacob Rees-Mogg (bottom right) has accused 'deceitful' MPs planning a last-ditch Commons move to block No Deal Brexit of being too frightened to call a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson.
Plotters including former Chancellor Philip Hammond hope to seize control of the Commons agenda from the Government this week, allowing them to pass laws that would thwart No Deal.