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Independent: Theresa May admits she could cave in to Labour demands to stay in customs union

Theresa May has admitted she could agree to stay in a customs union in a bid to rescue Brexit, saying she "can't pre-empt" the result of the talks with Labour.

The prime minister's spokesman refused - four times - to rule out the concession, which would enrage many Conservative MPs and almost certainly trigger cabinetresignations.

Da Vinci Tribute | Athens | To March 30

On the 500th anniversary since the death of Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, geometrist, engineer, anatomist, musicians and paleontologist Leonardo da Vinci, the old bus depot at the bottom of the pedestrianized part of Ermou Street is hosting an impressive exhibition showcasing different aspects of his multifaceted career.

Brexit: Cabinet to Consider Ramping Up No-Deal Plans

The cabinet will discuss whether the government should ramp up preparations for a no-deal Brexit when it meets later this morning.

It comes after Theresa May said MPs would not vote on her Brexit deal until the third week in January.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of no confidence in Mrs May, saying she had led the UK into a "national crisis".

Jane Goodall | Thessaloniki, Athens & Crete | December 9-11

Acclaimed primatologist Dr Jane Goodall will be visiting Thessaloniki, Athens and Crete,on December 9, 10 and 11, respectively, spreading a message of conservation. The 84-year-old British scientist, with countless awards and honorary doctorates under her belt, is traveling around the world delivering lectures on the environmental crisis.

Renaissance Man | Athens | November 30 - March 30

On the 500th anniversary since the death of Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, geometrist, engineer, anatomist, musicians and paleontologist Leonardo da Vinci, the old bus depot at the bottom of the pedestrianized part of Ermou Street is hosting an impressive exhibition showcasing different aspects of his multifaceted career.

UK's Labour party ponders supporting new Brexit referendum

LONDON (AP) — Britain's Labour Party opened its annual conference on Sunday facing a huge choice — whether to change policy and call for a new referendum that could halt the country's departure from the European Union.

The support of the main opposition party would be a major boost to campaigners for a second vote on Brexit.

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