The Commons Leader accused Dr David Nicholl (inset), who rang his LBC radio call-in show, of 'fear-mongering' when asked how many extra deaths he would accept as a result of a lack of drugs and radioactive isotopes under a No Deal Brexit.The consultant neurologist was involved in Operation Yellowhammer but Mr Rees-Mogg said there was no reason for mortality rates to rise and accused him of 'fear-mongering on public radio'.
Happily, her own romantic life is faring much better.Her condition later deteriorated, and she died the next morning after her parents brought her back to the hospital. Medics at Bristol Eye Hospital revealed the tale in the Annals of Internal Medicine's case reports.The young Briton lost his sight over three years due to the condition nutritional optic neuropathy.Earlier today we reported Meghan has made the 'heartbreaking' decision to remain estranged from Thomas Markle, 75, 'to protect herself, her husband and her son'.Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage insisted 'No Deal is the best deal' given there are less than 60 days until the deadline of October 31 for Britain to leave the EU.The 34-year-old creator of TV's Killing Eve, who was also hand-picked by James Bond star Daniel Craig to polish the script for the next 007 instalment, is dating screenwriter and director Martin Mc Donagh (left and right), with whom she appeared besotted when they met up in London last week.
Kensal Rise resident Phoebe was first linked to Mc Donagh, 49, last year -just months after divorcing Irish documentary film-maker Conor Woodman, 45, (inset bottom) to whom she was married for four years.
The couple posted the 'powerful quote' by former South African president Nelson Mandela on their Sussex Royal Instagram page.
The quote reads: 'It is so easy to break down and destroy.
The heroes are those who make peace and build.' Prince Harry's mother Princess Diana and the late President Mandela were known to have had great respect for one another, having bonded through their mutual dedication to helping Africa's most needy.
Harry and Meghan's trip to Africa will be their first royal tour as a family since welcoming baby Archie, now almost four months old, in May.
She was jailed for two years and nine months for failing to protect her son who pleaded 'Mummy, Mummy' as he was crushed.