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Backstop: May rules out ‘Malthouse compromise’

“Theresa May will present the EU with new legal proposals to solve the Irish backstop issue on Wednesday, which No 10 hopes will be enough to convince Eurosceptics to back her Brexit deal” writes Rowena Mason for theguardian.com. However, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Steve Baker sounded a conciliatory tone on Tuesday, insisting that the Malthouse agreement was “still live and kicking” and saying they looked forward to further developments.The Malthouse compromise was named after the housing minister, Kit Malthouse, who helped draft it as an attempt to find a Brexit deal…

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Save $30 when you spend $150 at Nike — and more of today’s best deals from around the web

“For more deals and coupons on Nike, check out our coupons page here” writes Amir Ismael for businessinsider.com. For even more deals and savings across the web, check out our coupons page.For more deals and coupons for Nordstrom Rack, check out our coupons page here.For more deals and coupons on Ralph Lauren, check out our coupons page here. Source: businessinsider.com

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Bitcoin Again Tests $4K Amidst Anticipation of US and China Trade Deal Finalization

“Ethereum (ETH), the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is up about 3.5 percent, approaching $150” writes Helen Partz for cointelegraph.com. U.S. gold futures increased by 0.3 percent to $1,326.1 an ounce.Tuesday, Feb. 19: crypto markets have continued gaining momentum, with all of the top 20 coins by market cap seeing green and Bitcoin (BTC) testing $4,000 again, according to CoinMarketCap.Daily trade volume has continued gaining momentum, currently seeing a slight decline from $36 billion to $35 billion.As the U.S. dollar reportedly weakened on anticipation of the U.S. and China trade…

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UK Daily Deals: £275 off Alienware Aurora Gaming Desktop w/ GeForce RTX 2080, up to £605 off Alienware Gaming Laptops

“I’ve gathered what I think are the best deals from Dell’s 72 hour flash sale” writes Dominyka Bucelyte for ign.com. Apex Legends’ premium currency that can be now bought online, so we’ve rounded up the best deals for packages worth up to 15000 coins.Watch American Netflix in the UK: Get PureVPN for £2.25 per Month This VPN deal makes PureVPN one of the cheapest VPN that is compatible with Netflix.With this deal you can actually bag yourself Alienware desktop armed with an RTX 2080 for £2024. Source: ign.com

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Brexit food shortages could see people forced to eat ‘tons of leeks’

“Britain imports around half of its food with most entering on lorries through Dover, so any potential logjams are likely to have a significant effect” writes Shehab Khan for independent.co.uk. I’m not sure,” he said. “We know from our members that they are investing staggering sums into getting ready for the worst possible no-deal scenario. Source: independent.co.uk

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Europe has not taken action to keep JCPOA

“It is claimed that, basically, the European Union has not yet taken a step towards maintaining a nuclear deal with Iran” reports tehrantimes.com. The EU and, in particular, Germany, Britain, and France, have not taken the necessary steps to maintain a nuclear deal with Iran after eight months.Now the “deceived Europe” is trying to maintain the nuclear deal with Iran.The fact is that the European Union is blamed for a nuclear deal with Iran. Source: tehrantimes.com

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Copper ticks higher on hopes for a trade deal

“Among precious metals, silver was up 0.25% at $15.81 a troy ounce, palladium was up 1.57% at $1,457 a troy ounce and platinum was down 0.05% at $806.61 a troy ounce” writes David Hodari for marketwatch.com. The industrial metal was up 0.3% at $6,243.50 a metric ton, with trading volumes expected to drain away later in the day with the U.S. on vacation.Gold, meanwhile, ticked up 0.1% to $1,324.50 a troy ounce as the U.S. dollar edged lower.LONDON–Copper prices edged up Monday, buoyed by hopes for a trade agreement between…

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Fury calls out Wilder after announcing mega ESPN deal

“Tyson Fury has called out Deontay Wilder after signing a deal with ESPN and Top Rank, seemingly complicating negotiations for a rematch against the WBC world heavyweight champion” writes Jack Rathborn for independent.co.uk. At the time of learning he had failed in his bid to become a two-time world heavyweight champion, Fury was calm and seemingly gracious despite many feeling the draw was a harsh conclusion.I want the biggest fights., the Joshuas, the Wilders of the world, and everyone else out there too. Source: independent.co.uk

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