‘Let’s work together’
A SENIOR Government minister has urged MPs across Parliament to work together to prevent the “disaster” of a no-deal Brexit.
Business Secretary Greg Clark said that after the Government suffered two Commons defeats over Brexit in 24 hours, it was clear that there was no majority for leaving the EU without an agreement.
He would support a series of “indicative votes” to establish what sort of agreement could command a majority in the House.
THE Duchess of Sussex dished out both fashion tips and mental health advice when she visited a charity that helps empower women to get back into work.Meghan, who is a patron of Smart Works, was full of smiles as she visited one of Smart Work’s two London hubs. The charity, based in St Charles Hospital in north Kensington, west London, helps long-term unemployed and vulnerable women regain their confidence and gives them interview coaching.Stylists help women pick out interview outfits and they can come back to add to their new work wardrobe when they find employment.Cradling her baby bump, Meghan chatted with Patsy Wardally, before picking out a camel cape from Hobbs, a black bead bracelet tied with ribbon, which the duchess called “quirky”, some simple pearl earrings and a black handbag.“You look amazing,” the duchess said before the pair The Duchess of Sussex talks with Patsy Wardally during her visit to Smart Works in west London embraced. Mrs Wardally said she felt exhilarated to have met Meghan, who she said had a “lovely little bump”.The mother-of-three gave up work more than a decade ago to look after her autistic daughter and came to the charity for help when she decided she wanted to return to the world of work.