‘Let’s work to­gether’

Coventry Telegraph - - News -

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.

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