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UK News Briefing: Anger at MPs ‘not surprising’ – Gatwick drone people had detailed knowledge & OAPs jailed for cocaine smuggling 

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In today’s briefing update, the PM’s adviser says the public’s anger at MPs is ‘not surprising.’

 The two people behind the Gatwick drone incident had ‘detailed knowledge’ of the airport. 

Two British OAPs have been jailed for smuggling £1million of cocaine on a luxury cruise. 

 All in today’s UK news briefing – A daily roundup of all the news headlines that you need to know, summarised as part of WTX News Briefing.

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DOMINIC CUMMINGS: ANGER AT MPS ‘NOT SURPRISING’

BBC News says according to the PM’s adviser Dominic Cummings, it is “not surprising” there is anger directed at MPs Dominic Cummings: Anger at MPs ‘not surprising’ says PM’s adviser over Brexit. The vote Leave chief said the only way the issue of abuse will be solved is if MPs “respect” the result of the EU referendum. His remarks come after the prime minister defended his language used in Parliament after MPs criticised the “dangerous” nature of his words. Tensions in Parliament have led 120 archbishops and bishops to warn against “further entrenching our divisions.”

Read the full story on BBC News

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PEOPLE BEHIND DRONE CHAOS HAD ‘DETAILED KNOWLEDGE’ OF GATWICK

The Guardian says people with “detailed knowledge” of Gatwick used two drones to shut down the airport for 30 hours,People behind drone chaos had ‘detailed knowledge’ of Gatwick according to a police report. 1,000 flights were disrupted, affecting more than 140,000 passengers, during the three-day incident last year. Two people were arrested out of the 96 people of interest. Police carried out 1,200 house-to-house inquiries and took 222 witness statements. The police operation cost a staggering £790,000. They were later released with no further action to be taken. 

Read the full story on The Guardian

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STUNNED BRIT OAPS MOAN AS THEY ARE JAILED FOR SMUGGLING £1MILLION OF COCAINE ON LUXURY CARIBBEAN CRUISE

The Sun reports a British pensioner said “Jesus Christ” as he was jailed alongside his wife for smuggling £1million of Stunned Brit OAPs moan as they are jailed for smuggling £1million of cocaine on luxury Caribbean cruisecocaine on a luxury cruise. Roger Clarke, 72 said  “I wasn’t expecting more than four” to his 71-year-old wife. The pair were both jailed for eight years in Portugal today. The couple were arrested on board the Marco Polo cruise liner in December. Cops found nine kilos of cocaine in the lining of four suitcases after they were tipped off by UK police. Roger said he had no idea drugs were in the cases and he was taking them back to the UK for a friend called ‘Lee.’ However, the pair have enjoyed £18,000 worth of cruises over two years. Despite being on a joint £1,150 per month pension. 

Read the full story on The Sun 

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