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13 Dec 18
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Tory Brexiteers and Remainers traded bitter recriminations today after Theresa May survived a dramatic no-confidence vote. 

As the smoke cleared after the extraordinary coup bid, Iain Duncan Smith confirmed that he was among 117 MPs who voted against the PM.

The former Cabinet minister said the revolt by more than a third of the Parliamentary party, which used his office as a base, had ‘sent a message’ that Mrs May needs to change tack on Brexit

13 Dec 18
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13 Dec 18
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12 Dec 18
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Theresa May appears to have secured the support she needs to win tonight’s Tory confidence vote after she was publicly backed by 188 of her MPs.MPs will have two hours to cast their secret ballots in today’s vote, which kicks off at 6pm and closes at 8pm tonight. But there is still a chance she could…

12 Dec 18
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12 Dec 18
The Sun
THERESA May is on course for victory in her crunch confidence vote tonight, as 175 MPs said they would back her to stay on as Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is on course to win the ballot if all the MPs vote the way they have said they will. Theresa May is on track to win tonight’s crunch vote – if the MPs who have said they will support her do so The ballot, which is currently taking place in the House of Commons, will be secret, so there’s no way of knowing exactly who has supported her and those who vote to boot her out. But currently she’s set to cross the line and secure the amount of votes she needs. She’s just told MPs she will step down ahead of the next election as part of a last-ditch plan to get them onside. MPs in the room said “in my heart I would have loved to lead us into the next election, but I realise that we will need a new leader with new objectives for the 2022 election”. [boxout headline=”Full list of Tories who have come out in support or against the PM today”]IN SUPPORT OF THE PM Bim Afolami Adam Afriyie Peter Aldous Heidi Allen Stuart Andrew Ed Argar Victoria Atkins Kemi Badenoch Harriett Baldwin Steve Barclay Guto Bebb Richard Benyon Jake Berry Nick Boles Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Karen Bradley Steve Brine James Brokenshire Robert Buckland Alex Burghart Alistair Burt Alun Cairns James Cartlidge Alex Chalk Jo Churchill Greg Clark Colin Clark Ken Clarke James Cleverly Therese Coffey Alberto Costa Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb David TC Davies Glyn Davies Mims Davies Caroline Dinenage Jonathan Djanogly Leo Docherty Michelle Donelan Oliver Dowden Jackie Doyle-Price Alan Duncan David Duguid Michael Ellis Tobias Ellwood Vicky Ford Kevin Foster Liam Fox Lucy Frazer George Freeman Mike Freer Roger Gale David Gauke Nusrat Ghani Nick Gibb John Glen Robert Goodwill Michael Gove Luke Graham Richard Graham Bill Grant Helen Grant Chris Grayling Andrew Griffiths Damian Green Dominic Grieve Sam Gyimah Kirstene Hair Rob Halfon Luke Hall Philip Hammond Stephen Hammond Matt Hancock Richard Harrington Trudy Harrison Simon Hart John Hayes Oliver Heald James Heappey Chris Heaton-Harris Peter Heaton-Jones Gordon Henderson Nick Herbert Damian Hinds Kevin Hollinrake Simon Hoare John Howell Nigel Huddleston Jeremy Hunt Nick Hurd Alister Jack Sajid Javid Margot James Robert Jenrick Gareth Johnson Andrew Jones Marcus Jones Gillian Keegan Seema Kennedy Stephen Kerr Julian Knight Kwasi Kwarteng John Lamont Mark Lancaster Andrea Leadsom Phillip Lee Jeremy Lefroy Oliver Letwin Brandon Lewis Ian Liddell-Grainger David Lidington Jack Lopresti Rachel Maclean Patrick McLoughlin Mark Menzies Alan Mak Kit Malthouse Paul Masterton Theresa May Huw Merriman Amanda Milling Maria Miller Penny Mordaunt Nicky Morgan James Morris David Morris Wendy Morton David Mundell Andrew Murrison Bob Neill Sarah Newton Caroline Nokes Jesse Norman Neil O’Brien Guy Opperman Neil Parish Mark Pawsey John Penrose Andrew Percy Claire Perry Chris Philp Chris Pincher Dan Poulter Rebecca Pow Victoria Prentis Mark Prisk Mary Robinson Amber Rudd David Rutley Antoinette Sandbach Paul Scully Bob Seely Alok Sharma Alec Shelbrooke Chris Skidmore Chloe Smith Julian Smith Nicholas Soames Anna Soubry Caroline Spelman Mark Spencer Andrew Stephenson Iain Stewart Rory Stewart Gary Streeter Mel Stride Maggie Throup Kelly Tolhurst Justin Tomlinson Liz Truss Tom Tugendhat Ed Vaizey Robin Walker Ben Wallace Matt Warman David Warburton Giles Watling Helen Whately Heather Wheeler Craig Whittaker Gavin Williamson Sarah Wollaston Jeremy Wright Nadhim Zahawi AGAINST THE PM Steve Baker Crispin Blunt Peter Bone Ben Bradley Andrew Bridgen Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Simon Clarke Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Philip Davies Nadine Dorries Steve Double James Duddridge Iain Duncan Smith Charlie Elphicke Mark Francois Marcus Fysh Zac Goldsmith Chris Green Philip Hollobone Adam Holloway Bernard Jenkin Andrea Jenkyns David Jones Andrew Lewer Tim Loughton Anne-Marie Morris Sheryll Murray Owen Paterson Jacob Rees-Mogg Laurence Robertson Lee Rowley Henry Smith Martin Vickers John Whittingdale [/boxout] As the PM faced the fight of her life: Mrs May faced down MPs at Prime Minister’s Questions in the Commons Cabinet ministers and Remain-backing Tories piled in behind her Brexiteers insisted she must go and let a new leader restart talks with the EU David Davis and Dominic Raab teamed up with Arlene Foster to announce a new plan for Brexit The PM is under intense pressure to step down and make way for another PM over Brexit [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN POLITICS” posts_category=”318″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5978713983001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Theresa May speaks to Tory MPs in committee room 14 in the Commons shortly before confidence vote starts”] We pay for your stories! 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12 Dec 18
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Image copyright Getty Images Theresa May is fighting for her political future, as she appeals to Conservative MPs before they vote on whether to remove her as party leader. Many have already publicly said which way they plan to vote. The ballot is secret, however, so an MP’s public declaration might not match up to […]

12 Dec 18
The Sun
THERESA May tonight came to a dark committee corridor to address her MPs before they voted to keep her in No10 by 200 votes to 117. The Prime Minister pitched to save her job for 40 minutes, telling MPs they have to back her or face no Brexit or a chaotic Jeremy Corbyn government without her in charge. Theresa May will face her fate at a crunch meeting of MPs later She arrived just after 5pm to address her party faithful – or not as the case may be – in committee room 14. They banged on the tables to show their support for her as she went in. And she told them that she will stand down before the next election if they backed her today. The vote began 6pm, where all MPs were given a slip of paper containing two statements: “I have confidence in Theresa May as leader of the Conservative party” and “I do not have confidence in Theresa May as leader of the Conservative party”. The 300 plus Tories then casted their ballot, and put their papers into a box to be counted. Here’s the corridor where all the action will happen tonight The committee room where all the action is going on right now The PM will make a pitch to stay in No10 and keep her job The Speaker wasn’t able to vote, but his Conservative deputies were allowed to. And two MPs – Charlie Elphicke and Andrew Griffiths were able to take part in the ballot too after having the whip reinstated. Sir Graham then took the votes next door into another room and counted the slips immediately, with the result expected at around 9pm. He was helped in the counting by his two vice chairs, Dame Cheryl Gillian and Charles Walker. Sir Graham said today the PM was clear it was her “desire to resolve the situation promptly” – which is why the crunch vote will take place tonight. There was talk that it could have been delayed until she returned from a Brussels summit later this week, but the PM was “keen to move forward as quickly as we could”. Graham Brady outlined what would happen later tonight, saying he would announce the result at around 9pm Mrs May will make a last pitch to her MPs to back her tonight [boxout headline=”Who says they will back Theresa May tonight?” intro=”By Nina Lloyd”] Health Secretary Matt Hancock urged people to vote for the PM: “I’m voting for the Prime Minister tonight and urge all colleagues to do the same. We should all be focussed on coming together for the sake of the future of the country” International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt also maintains her pro-May stance in public: “The Prime Minister has my full support, not least because she has always done what she firmly believes is in the national interest. Our country needs us all to fight for a good deal and prepare for a no deal senario. All eyes and hands should be on that task.” Environment Secretary Michael Gove said: “Of course the Prime Minister will win tonight, she deserves to win.” International Trade Secretary Liam Fox continues to back the PM on Twitter: “I will support the Prime Minister @theresa_may tonight. This is a totally inappropriate time to have a contest. The country expects us to provide stability not damaging division.” Ex-home secretary and current Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd, who was demoted during the Windrush scandal, publicly claims to be giving her “full support” despite reports that she may stand in a leadership contest: “The PM has my full support. At this critical time we need to support and work with the PM to deliver on leaving the EU, & our domestic agenda – ambitious for improvements to people’s lives & to build on growth of wages & jobs.” Despite reportedly seeking support for his own bids, Home Secretary Sajid Javid claims he will be backing May tonight: “The last thing our country needs right now is a Conservative Party leadership election. Will be seen as self-indulgent and wrong. PM has my full support and is best person to ensure we leave EU on 29 March.” Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt begged colleagues today: “Don’t take the risk and back Theresa May tonight.” Education Secretary Damian Hinds says “let’s get behind May”. Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “The Prime Minister has my full support. She works relentlessly hard for our country and is the best person to make sure we leave the EU on 29 March and continue to deliver our domestic agenda.” Communities Secretary James Brokenshire said: “Now is not the time for distractions and uncertainty”. Tory party Deputy Chairman James Clevery expressed “disappointment” on Twitter at those who triggered the vote Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns said: “I am giving my full support to @theresa_may who has always put the national interest first. We need to honour the outcome of the referendum and support the PM to deliver Brexit on 29 March 2019.” Hitchin and Harpenden MP Bim Afolami also voiced his decision to vote for May on Twitter. Chairman of the party Brandon Lewis said: “I fully back our Prime Minister. We have the right Leader of our Party, we have a duty to deliver for our country & I hope all my colleagues will join me & support @theresa_may to deliver for UK.” Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman said: “Tonight I’ll vote to support Theresa May, the most steadfast, resilient Prime Minister – today the country deserves better than a self-involved Conservative Party.” Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay said: “I fully support the PM. The PM is working in our national interest and this distraction risks damaging uncertainty.” Attorney General Geoffrey Cox said: “I shall be supporting the prime minister this evening. This is no time for the self-indulgent spasm of a leadership election. Nothing fundamental will be altered by it.” Foreign Office minister Sir Alan Duncan said: “For the sake of country, Government and Party I urge all my fellow Conservative MPs to vote for Theresa May this evening. Changing the PM at this critical moment in history would be a massive mistake. Stick with her and let’s see it through!” Harlow MP Robert Halfon said: “I Will be backing Prime Minister @theresa_may in this evening’s #NoConfidence vote. The country faces great uncertainty, now is not the time to make it worse. My one ask of PM is to genuinely and passionately reboot #socialjustice agenda for our country.” Minister of State at the Justice Department, Rory Stewart said: “Theresa May continues to work with immense integrity to avoid the polarising dangers of no-deal/no-Brexit. And I will of course be voting for her tonight.” Minister of State for Health, Stephen Hammond said: “I will be supporting the Prime Minister in tonight’s confidence vote. This is about the national interest not personalities and naked ambition.” Winchester and Chandler’s Ford MP Steve Brine said: “I will be supporting the Prime Minister in tonight’s confidence vote. This is about the national interest not personalities and naked ambition. Theresa May has the most difficult job imaginable and I think, whatever your view of Brexit, this is a time to stand together.” Aylesbury MP David Lidington said: “MPs should hold their nose and vote for May’s deal” Leo Docherty, MP for Aldershot, called May “tenacious” earlier today and says she has his full support Claire Perry, MP for Devizes, quipped: “I’m rooting for Big Dog Theresa!” Wendy Morton, MP for Aldridge-Brownhills, said this morning she will be backing the PM Nick Herbert, MP for Arundel and South Downs, says he will “certainly” vote for Theresa May Transport Minister Nusrat Ghani said: “I will be supporting @theresa_may tonight. A leadership contest is a distraction and doesn’t change the maths in Parliament. We should be focused on delivering a good deal and leaving the EU in March.” Ochil and South Perthshire MP Luke Graham said: “Just out of PMQs and it is clear why need to focus on delivering for our constituents & country and not on a leadership election. Labour have no alternative, the SNP want to deny the result of another referendum – I won’t be distracted @ScotTories”. Digital Minister Margot James said: “No one could have done a better job leading the Brexit negotiations, PM has my full support of course and we need her to stay on, could not disagree more with the Conservative MPs trying to force her out”. Nuneaton MP Marcus Jones said: “I’m backing the Prime Minister tonight.Selecting a replacement would give us no time to do the final Brexit leg. V little time to re-negotiate. And no one coming in would change the dynamic in Parliament. I want to deliver Brexit, changing would play into the hands of second Ref.” MP for Harrogate Andrew Jones said: “Andrew Jones MP ‏ Verified account @AJonesMP 5h5 hours ago More I will be supporting the PM in tonight’s confidence vote. The PM has shown determined and resilient leadership. We are in complex and difficult negotiations and in the middle of that we do not need further instability. I hope and expect the PM will win and win well.” PPS Seema Kennedy said: “@theresa_may is the right person to lead our great country through these challenging times. She has my unqualified support.” MP for Stirling Greg Knight says it would be a “monumental mistake” to change Prime Minister Tamworth MP Christopher Pincher said: “I’ll be voting for the Prime Minister in the ballot tonight. We need to let her get on with a solution to the backstop and finish the job.” Eddisbury MP Antoinnette Sandbach said she thought the leadership election would be “pointless naval-gazing forced by a minority of Conservative MPs”. Isle of Wight MP Bob Seely described the vote as one step towards a “Judy Garland Brexit – i.e. one that’s Somewhere Over the Rainbow”. Reading MP Alok Sharma called the vote “complete unnecessary indulgence” Small business minister MP Kelly Tolhurst said: “I am fully supporting the Prime Minister @theresa_may tonight. She is doing the most difficult job at a crucial time for our country. To even consider changing our leader at this time is totally wrong & not in the best interest of our country. We need to deliver Brexit”. Clacton MP Giles Watling said: “It’s not a good time to change horses when in sight of the winning post with one jump to go! She’s been steering the ship of state through some very heavy seas, showing incredible resilience. Another leader would only have to face the same issues. My vote is for May.” Berwickshire MP John Lamont said he was “delighted to confirm his support for the Prime Minister tonight” Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes said: “The PM has my full support. Brexit was never going to be easy and we need to back her to deliver on that and our domestic programme. Being PM is a phenomenally difficult job and she is the best person for it.” Pensions Minister Guy Opperman announced he would back May earlier today describing the leadership contest as “self-indulgent and wrong” Tiverton and Horton MP Neil Parish said: “I will be backing @theresa_may this evening. She has a tough job and should be given the opportunity to get her #Brexit deal over the line.” Rugby MP announced his support for May in PMQs earlier today MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale, David Morris said: “We are currently in one of the most important periods in our country’s modern history. This is an unwelcome distraction and I will be supporting the Prime Minister this evening.” MP for South Suffolk James Cartlidge said: “I will be voting for the Prime Minister in the ballot this evening. I know that some colleagues and members of my local association have deep reservations about the backstop and withdrawal agreement, but further destabilisation at this moment is the last thing we need.” West Dorset MP Oliver Letwin said: “Now is not the time to change leader. I shall be supporting the PM wholeheartedly.” Victoria Prentis, MP for North Oxfordshire, says she will also back May and has been “inundated with messages of support from consituents” for the PM Maria Miller, MP for Basingstoke, says PM “deserves our full support” Huw Merriman MP for Bexhill and Battleworth says he will vote in favour of the PM with “scores of emails” coming through from constituents supporting her. Carol Dinenage, MP for Gosport, backed the PM on Twitter saying “the last thing [we] need is another distraction” Patrick, McLoughlin MP for Derbyshire Dales, said: “I have every confidence in our Prime Minister and I will be supporting her tonight.” David Mundell, Scotland Secretary & MP for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale, said: “PM has my full support. A leadership contest is the last thing we need. The public want us to sort #Brexit now!” Alec Shelbrooke, MP for Elmet & Rothwell, said May had been working “hard” and he would support her tonight Faversham and Mid Kent MP Helen Whateley said: “I’m frustrated that the Prime Minister has had to cancel going to Dublin for negotiations in order to defend her leadership. We need to move forwards not backwards, look outwards not inwards. I will be voting for @theresa_may this evening.” MP for Totnes Sarah Wollaston said: “I hope the ERG (European Research Group, led by Jacob Rees-Mogg) lose badly and we can see the back of their pompous threats for a year.” MP for Thurrock Jackie Doyle-Price said: “For dedication to public service this prime minister has no equal. I will be supporting Theresa May tonight.” Minister of State for Security Ben Wallace said: “I shall be supporting my PM today. At a time when security in the world is being tested I know more than most how well Theresa May has dealt with real threats to our citizens.” Gary Streeter, MP for Southwest Devon, said: “I will be backing Theresa May today. This is not the time for a challenge. Hopefully she will win and we can press on to deliver the Brexit, sensible Brexit, that my constituents voted for.” Sarah Newton, MP for Truro & Falmouth, has announced her support of May, saying: “changing leaders doesn’t change the fact that Parliament needs to deliver what the majority said we would do – the best possible Brexit.” Former whip Mims Davies, MP for Eastleigh, described May’s efforts as “tireless” and said: “So many messages coming in support of PM -can’t help but feel such great IRONY we’re now into a #ToryMPsReVote I want to deliver on the once in a generation vote on EU referendum.” Nick Gibb, MP for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton, says May has his “absolute confidence” Anna Soubry, MP for Broxtowe, today retweeted an interview in which she claims it would be “entirely wrong” to change the PM now. Jo Churchill, MP for Bury St Edmunds, says she is backing May and that the vote is a “distraction.” Heather Wheeler, MP for South Derbyshire, said: “I will be supporting the Prime Minister in tonight’s confidence vote. She has done her best in unprecedented circumstances, showing huge resilience and determination. Let’s have the vote, move on and deliver on the will of the majority. #Brexit” Tom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge and Malling, said: “I’ve now spoken to my local @Conservatives party, chairman and many councillors and the view is clear – the numbers in Parliament won’t change and March is fast approaching. I’m backing @theresa_may.” Craig Whittaker, MP for Calder Valley, says he will “work tirelessly to support” Mrs May today Gainsborough MP Sir Edward Leigh has announced: “I was not one of the Conservative MPs who submitted a letter of no confidence in Theresa May” Mel Stride, MP for Central Devon and Financial Secretary to the Treasury, earlier today announced his support for May on Twitter, saying: “time to put our country first and get the deal done” Mary Robinson, MP for Cheadle, said: “For the avoidance of doubt, I will be supporting the PM tonight. We are less than four months away from leaving the EU and our country requires certainty. This is the UK’s future, more important than one Party.” Vicky Ford, MP for Chelmsford, said she would be voting for May, saying: “I am very boring and very conservative. I don’t think the country needs the added uncertainty of a change of PM at this time.” Alex Chalk, MP for Cheltenham, said: “A leadership contest is the last thing we need. I’ll be supporting the PM this evening.” MP for Cannock Chase Amanda Milling said: “I fully back The Prime Minister Theresa May and I will be supporting her in tonight’s vote.” MP for North Devon, Peter Heaton-Jones said: Theresa May has my full support. To change our leader and prime minister at this crucial time would be wrong for the party and, more importantly, for the country. Yes, I am loyal, and I wear that badge with pride. Gillian Keegan, MP for Chichester, said: Yes I will be supporting the PM as we need to focus on getting the right outcome for the country… This is a distraction in my view.” MP for Maidstone and The Weald Helen Grant said: “Very strong performance from our Prime Minister Theresa May at PMQs, her resilience and sense of duty once again coming to the fore. She is undoubtedly the person to ensure Brexit is delivered in the national interest and we must allow her to finish the job.” MP for Somerton and Frome David Warburton said: “This evening I will be giving Theresa May my full and complete support to continue her efforts for the country. The national interest is not served by dangerous and damaging self-indulgence.” MP for Brentwood & Ongar Alex Burghart said: “I shall be supporting the prime minister in the vote on her leadership tonight.” Thornbury and Yate MP Luke Hall also showed support for May on Twitter: “I will be supporting the Prime Minister. She is focusing on delivering Brexit and has a plan to leave the EU on 29 March. This is an unnecessary distraction and I look forward to @theresa_may refreshing her mandate later today”. Business Minister Richard Harrington said: “The Prime Minister @theresa_may has my full support. I have always said that she is the best person for the country and the Conservative Party. Her deal with the EU is what we need to protect jobs, security and the economy. Tonight I will be backing her.” PPS Simon Hoare said: “In case there is any doubt @theresa_may has my full support. I look aghast at some peoples’ behaviour. Self indulgent. The general public will think the Party has gone mad. I’m appalled by the antics of some”. Sherwood MP Mark Spencer said: “I will be supporting the Prime Minister tonight in the 1922 ballot. To indulge in a leadership contest now is completely wrong”. South West Wiltshire MP Andrew Murrison said he would be supporting Mrs May “no question” Parliamentary Under-Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said: “I am backing @theresa_may tonight. We do not need further instability and division. Colleagues need to think of the National interest.” Ahead of his appearance on BBC Radio 4 earlier today, South West Hertfordshire Justice Secretary David Gauke said: “Just about to appear on @BBCr4today. Theresa May will have my full support. Removing her would be self indulgent and irresponsible.” Grantham MP Nick Boles said: “The hardliners from the ERG have launched this challenge to Theresa May’s leadership to increase the chances of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal during the chaos. It is grossly irresponsible and colleagues should have no truck with it.” Mid Worcestershire MP Nigel Huddlestone said: “I shall be backing the Prime Minister @theresa_may in the vote this evening. She is an honourable public servant who has served her country with great dignity. A leadership contest now would be a complete distraction.” Transport Minister Jesse Norman said: “The PM has shown astonishing courage and resilience over many months in the most difficult possible circumstances. I will be supporting her without hesitation this evening. A leadership election would be utter folly.” To which Robin Walker, MP for Worcester, said: “Amen to that”. South Swindon MP Robert Buckland told those planning to vote against May to “stop the shenanigans” earlier today Stafford MP Jeremy Lefroy said: “The Prime Minister has my full support in these difficult times for our country.” MP for North West Hants Kit Malthouse claimed he was voting for Theresa May on Twitter earlier today Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan said: “I’ve been clear for months that now isn’t the time for the Conservatives to indulge in an ERG-led leadership contest. I will vote for @theresa_may tonight – but it’s also clear there has to be a full debate about tie Conservatives leadership & direction well before next election”. North Swindon MP Justin Tomlinson said: “The PM has been relentless in seeking to deliver Brexit, with Parliamentary numbers stacked to try to frustrate, delay & block. She has remained focused, determined & courteous throughout. I will be 100% backing the PM”. Henley MP John Howell said: “I have been asked how I will vote tonight. I will vote for the Prime Minister. We must let her complete the task she has started. This is not the moment for change”. West Aberdeenshire MP Andrew Bowie said: “This party has always been at its best when moderate, mainstream, compassionate & governing in the national interest. That’s the party I joined & am proud to represent. And in @theresa_may I’m proud to have a leader that shares those values. She has my full and unwavering support”. MP for Meriden Dame Caroline Spelman said: “The vast majority of constituents contacting my office are calling for me to support the PM in this evening’s confidence vote. I will absolutely be backing Mrs May.” Economic Secretary to the Treasury and City minister John Glen: said: “Now is not the time for leadership challenges – it is time to support the PM as she seeks to secure the best possible deal to honour the outcome of the referendum and safeguard jobs in this country. The PM has proved her resilience and she will do so again today.” MP for Angus Kirstene Hair said: I will be supporting the prime minister Theresa May this evening – she is a true public servant who has the national interest at the forefront of everything she does. South East Cambridgeshire MP Lucy Frazer said: “I support the Prime Minister. Now is not the time for a leadership contest. Now is the time to focus on our critical negotiation with the EU.” Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom said: “Vital to support @theresa_may today. She is working hard in the interest of the U.K. to get a good Brexit deal and she has my full support.” MP for North East Hertfordshire Sir Oliver Heald said: “I am supporting the prime minister tonight.” Michelle Donelan, MP for Chippenham, also called the vote a “distraction” on Twitter and said she would be voting for May Chris Heaton-Harris, MP for Daventry, said: “Tonight I’ll be supporting the Prime Minister in the 1922 ballot.” MP for Thirsk, Malton & Filey, Kevin Hollinrake said: “100% supporting the PM in tonight’s vote. So easy to criticise from the sidelines but no other deal delivers on pre-referendum promises of frictionless trade, end to free movement, no EU budget contribution, Independent trade deals and no hard border in NI.” Business Secretary Greg Clark said: “I admire the grit and determination the Prime Minister has shown and I strongly support her. The last thing businesses across our country need at this crucial time is even more uncertainty. I hope all my colleagues will join me & back Theresa May.” South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen said: “Utterly dismayed at the sheer indulgence being shown by some of my parliamentary colleagues at this time of National crisis. Quite why they think a change in leader is the right course of action is beyond me.” Milton Keynes North MP Mark Lancaster said: “I will be backing @theresa_may tonight. The last thing the country needs ahead of our departure from the EU on the 29th March is a long leadership contest.” Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt said: “Will be supporting PM Theresa May in the vote tonight. The country will not understand how elements in the Conservative Party can seek a divisive leadership contest at this time. PMs sense of respect for both sides of Referendum debate deserves support.” Brexit minister Kwasi Kwarteng said: “I am supporting the Prime Minister Theresa May tonight. The Prime Minister continues to work in the national interest and we all need to support her at this critical time.” Exchequer Secretary Robert Jenrick said: “I will be supporting Theresa May this evening. My priority is to ensure we leave the EU on 29 March. A leadership contest now puts that at risk. Saffron Walden MP Kemi Badenock went to great lengths to encourage support for May, saying: “I am supporting the Prime Minister at this critical juncture in the future of our country. As someone who voted Leave, this is the worst possible time to have a leadership election.” MP for South Leicestershire Alberto Costa said: “I hope my colleagues will back the PM Theresa May. At this critical moment in our country’s future, it is right that we come together as one Team Conservative, respect the EU referendum result and deliver a new relationship with our western European allies. MP for Windsor Adam Afriyie said: “I’ll be supporting the PM tonight. It’s a tough job, the toughest possible right now, and she has my full support in securing our departure from the EU.” Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood said: “Back the PM. This is a complete, self serving and disloyal distraction at a critical time for the government. I came into politics to solve problems – not add to them.” Taunton Deane MP Rebecca Pow said: “Now is not the time to change leader. I will be supporting the PM. Consensus from my constituency is also calling for this.” MP for Weston, Worle and the Villages John Penrose said: “Before everyone asks, I’m supporting the PM in the vote today. We’ve got to focus on getting the right Brexit deal for the country. Anything else is a distraction.” MP for North East Hertfordshire Sir Oliver Heald said: “I am supporting the prime minister tonight.” MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale David Morris said: “We are currently in one of the most important periods in our country’s modern history. This is an unwelcome distraction and I will be supporting the Prime Minister this evening.” Havant MP Alan Mak said: “Prime Minister @Theresa_May has my support and I will be voting for her tonight at this crucial period for our country.” Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park MP Paul Scully said: “I’ll be supporting the PM today. The light at the tunnel that some people are seeing is a train coming fast the other way #focusonthecountry” Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP Nick Hurd said the PM has his “full support” Solihull MP Julian Knight said: “I will be supporting the Prime Minister, delivering on brexit is in our grasp this vote is a distraction #iambackingthepm” Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore said: “107 days until we leave the EU. The PM has worked unbelievably hard to deliver a deal that reflects the nature of the referendum result, she deserves immense credit and our support. Will be backing her completely. Those contemplating otherwise, just think how bad this looks”. West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin said: “What a ridiculous moment to choose to challenge @10DowningStreet – Theresa May has been working flat out to secure the best possible deal and will have my vote again this evening #TM4PM” Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson said: “I will support the Prime Minister @theresa_may tonight. A leadership contest is a distraction and doesn’t change the maths in Parliament. We should be focused on delivering on the British people’s decision to leave the EU.” Wells MP James Heappey said: “I’ll be supporting the PM tonight. Changing our leader right now would be an act of utter self-indulgence & it wouldn’t change anything on Brexit.” Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Liz Truss, said : “I fully support the Prime Minister and believe it would be completely wrong to have a leadership election now. She is the right person to deliver Brexit and has shown herself to be strong and determined.” MP for Gloucester Richard Graham said: “The leadership challenge combines crass timing and deep irresponsibility. I will support the PM.” Newbury MP Richard Benyon tweeted his support earlier today: “I will be supporting the PM” Rossendale MP Jake Berry tweeted that he was “100% behind the PM” earlier today Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley announced via Facebook that May would have her support this evening Gordon MP Colin Clark said: “This is not the time for an upheaval. I will be supporting our Prime Minister @theresa_may in the #NoConfidence vote tonight”. Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey said: “I will be supporting @theresa_may to continue as leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister in today’s vote”. Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly said: “I shall be voting for the PM this evening. Given the ongoing EU negotiations I see the timing of this confidence vote to be all of ill advised, self indulgent and contrary to the national interest.” Northampton North MP Michael Ellis said: “I am backing @theresa_may tonight as I have done for many years. She is hardworking, courageous, diligent and dutiful. The country does not want a damaging and lengthy leadership contest. A change in leadership now is not in the national interest and would jeopardise Brexit.” Mid Sussex MP Nicholas Soames said: “I shall support the Prime Minister in the Vote of Confidence tonight against this idiotic challenge at such a desperately serious time for the Country #manupgrowupgetrealdoourduty” [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”5978713983001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Theresa May speaks to Tory MPs in committee room 14 in the Commons shortly before confidence vote starts”] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN POLITICS” posts_category=”318″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] The PM had told him that “continuing speculation” about the leadership wasn’t helpful. The decision was taken at 9.30pm last night, when Sir Graham spoke to the PM, he said. They decided to make the no confidence vote known this morning before the markets opened. Sir Graham said that if Mrs May lost the vote then a leadership election would be arranged “rapidly”. Two or three rounds of voting among MPs would kick off “as swiftly as possible”, with the first vote possibly by next Tuesday. There could be votes every day until the number is whittled down to two – those would then be put to the Tory members. Sir Graham said he hoped the first part of the process would be done before the Christmas recess, and members would vote in the following days. [bc_video video_id=”5978498690001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Theresa May makes her case to stay as PM in passionate Downing Street statement after vote of no confidence confirmed over Brexit”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online politics team? 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12 Dec 18
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Theresa May appears to have already secured the support she needs to win tonight’s Tory confidence vote as 158 Tory MPs publicly backed her today.

The Prime Minister’s entire cabinet have also all agreed to support her as leader led by loyalists Sajid Javid, Michael Gove and Jeremy Hunt.

Mrs May needs 158 Tory MPs in Parliament to support her in the secret ballot and if she wins later no new challenge will be allowed for another year.

MailOnline analysis of each MP’s social media and TV appearances today has revealed that within hours of tonight’s confidence vote being announced this morning at least 158 had declared they will vote for her.

The crunch vote will take place between 6pm and 8pm this evening and rebel figurehead Jacob Rees-Mogg tweeted today: ‘The Count

12 Dec 18
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11 Dec 18
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It’s unclear what Mazda Team Joest is up to following the engine-related updates that are thought to be in the recent tests.  Earlier last week, Oliver Pla seemed to have turned some laps in a private testing in Daytona in the Mazda RT24-P with Spencer Pigot part of the multi day testing, also Timo Benhard […]

11 Dec 18
Boston Herald
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(Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) DECEMBER 3, 2018: Jonathan Paecht – boys soccer – Holliston – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 4, 2108: Cameron Emde-Gerdine – boys soccer – Concord-Carlisle – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 3, 2018: Walisson deOliveira – boys soccer – Milford – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 3, 2018: Sancho Maroto – boys soccer – Lexington – Boston Herald All-Scholastics BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Francesco Valagussa, Arlington, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Evan Pacheco, Seeking, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Gage Fuller, Wayland, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Milton Castro, Somerville, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Joseph Thongsythavong, st. Mary’s, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Jonathan Rodrigues, Saugus, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Aidan Murray, Walpole, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Ptrick McMahon, Silver Lake soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Walter Flores, East Boston, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Marcus Voss, Bedford, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Leonardo Teixeira Brockton, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Josh Rubin, Masconomet, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Joe Mepham, Lincoln-Sudbury, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Oskar Haeberlein, Wellesley soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Michael Garcia, New Bedford Vo Tech, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Edson Fernandes, Quincy, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Zachary Davis, St johns prep, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Jesus Batiz, Boston International, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) Boys soccer All-Scholastics, 2018 JESUS BATIZ, BOSTON INTERNATIONAL The senior forward used his blazing speed and scoring prowess to put together another sensational season. Batiz tallied 31 goals and added three assists, and for the second straight season, he was named the Boston City League Player of the Year. He scored over 70 goals for BI in his career and plays club soccer for American Scores. MILTON CASTRO, SOMERVILLE The senior defender was an integral component for the Highlanders, leading the way to a 14-2-4 mark that also resulted in a Northeastern Conference title. Castro scored six goals and added 10 assists this season, while anchoring Somerville’s defense. After being an a Greater Boston League All-Star the past two seasons, he was named the NEC MVP this year. ZACHARY DAVIS, ST. JOHN’S PREP An adept playmaker, the junior forward netted eight goals and added 13 assists for the Div. 1 North finalist Eagles. For his efforts, he was an EMSCA All-State selection and was named a Catholic Conference All-Star. Davis is also a member of the Arabic Culture Club and enjoys fishing. WALISSON DE OLIVEIRA, MILFORD The junior forward played an immense role for the Scarlet Hawks and shouldered much of the scoring load by tallying 22 goals and seven assists. He was an EMSCA All-New England selection and was named the Hockomock League MVP. He is currently tied for most career points in program history. CAMERON EMDE-GERDINE, CONCORD-CARLISLE The senior striker earned All-American honors as he scored 19 goals and added 10 assists for 29 points in leading the Patriots to a 14-3-3 record and a berth in the Div. 2 North semifinals. Last year, Emde-Gerdine was part of a Concord-Carlisle which captured the Div. 2 state championship. EDSON FERNANDES, QUINCY The Presidents’ relied on the senior forward’s offensive ability and Fernandes delivered in his final season. He scored 13 goals to go along with eight assists to be named the Patriot League Fisher Division MVP. Fernandes also an EMSCA All-State selection. He hopes to study business in college. GAGE FULLER, WAYLAND The senior center midfielder played a pivotal role in the Warriors’ run to a second Div. 3 state title in three years this season. Fuller scored six goals and added three assists as he was named a Dual County League All-Star for a third straight year. Fuller was also named an EMSCA All-State selection. Also a state champion tennis player, Fuller is Wayland’s student body vice president. MICHAEL GARCIA, GREATER NEW BEDFORD VOKE In his final season with the Bears, the senior forward found the back of the net with an astounding regularity. The South Coast Conference MVP and EMSCA All-New England selection registered 32 goals and 17 assists. A three-time EMSCA All-Star, Garcia finished his illustrious career with 76 goals and 59 assists. OSKAR HAEBERLEIN, WELLESLEY The junior right winger made quite the leap in play after a one goal sophomore campaign by scoring 14 goals and adding 11 assists this season for the Div. 1 South champions. For his efforts, he was named the Bay State Conference Carey MVP and placed on the EMSCA All-New England team. Haeberlein plays club soccer for Global Premier Soccer. SANCHO MAROTO, LEXINGTON The senior forward continued to shine for the Minutemen with another dominant season by scoring 18 goals and adding 14 assists. For his efforts, Maroto earned an EMSCA All-New England selection. The 2017 Middlesex League MVP finished his career with 64 goals. PATRICK McMAHON, SILVER LAKE The senior striker and midfielder tallied 16 goals and 14 assists this season and finished his career with 43 goals and 31 assists, good for second all-time in points in program history. The Patriot League Keenan MVP for the 18-1-1 Lakers, McMahon earned EMSCA All-New England recognition. He is also a National Honor Society and student council member. JOE MEPHAM, LINCOLN-SUDBURY It was another stellar season for the junior midfielder as he was a key contributor to the Div. 1 North champion Warriors. Mepham netted 12 goals to go along with nine assists to be named a Dual County League All-Star for the second consecutive year. He was also named to the EMSCA All-State team. AIDAN MURRAY, WALPOLE A staple in the Rebels lineup, the three-year starting senior midfielder tallied 12 goals and six assists this season. He was named a Bay State Conference All-Star for the second time and earned an EMSCA All-State selection. Murray is also a starting infielder on the Walpole baseball team and is a member of National Honor Society. EVAN PACHECO, SEEKONK The senior defensive center midfielder starred again this season for the 16-1-4 Warriors. Pacheco scored seven goals and added nine assists to earn South Coast Conference All-Star and EMSCA All-State honors. He plays club soccer for Bayside FC NPL and is a member of Portuguese National Honor Society. JONATHAN PAECHT, HOLLISTON The go-to scorer for the Div. 3 South champion Panthers, the senior forward turned in a sensational season by scoring 27 goals and dishing out eight assists. He was named to the EMSCA All-State team. Paecht finished his career with 45 goals and 21 assists. SHAMAR RAINFORD, BC HIGH The senior forward provided steady goal production for the Div. 1 South finalist Eagles by scoring 17 goals and recording six assists. He earned EMSCA All-State recognition and was named the Catholic Conference MVP. Rainford plans to play collegiate soccer and is a member of the school’s diversity cabinet. WALTER FLORES REYES, EAST BOSTON The senior striker turned in a sensational final season for the Jets by scoring 19 goals an adding six assists. He lifted the Jets to a Boston City League title with a hat trick in the league championship game and was named the BCL tournament Most Outstanding Player. He recorded 32 goals and 14 assists over the past two seasons and plays club soccer for Boston Scores. JONATHAN da FONSECA RODRIGUES, SAUGUS Whenever the Sachems needed a scoring spark, they could count on Rodrigues who tallied 12 goals and 13 assists in his final season. He helped lead Saugus to back-to-back state tournament appearances for the first time in 20 years. He was named to the EMSCA All-State team. Rodrigues plays club soccer for GPS North Shore 2000 elite. JOSH RUBIN, MASCONOMET The senior forward took care of the scoring department for the Chieftains by tallying 32 goals along with nine assists. He earned EMSCA All-State honors and was named a Cape Ann League All-Star. Rubin finished second all-time in scoring in program history with 61 goals and 17 assists. He is a member of National Honor Society and DECA. ABDEL TALABI, NAUSET The senior center back played a starring role in Nauset’s undefeated run to its second Div. 2 state title in three years this season. For his tremendous defensive play along with recording seven goals and four assists, Talabi was named an EMSCA All-American. The Atlantic Coast League Player of the Year was a four-year starter and went 82-3-1 over that span. LEONARDO TEIXEIRA, BROCKTON Despite missing some time due to injury, the dynamic senior forward still put together a stellar season for the Boxers by scoring 19 goals to go along with four assists. He earned EMSCA All-State and Big Three All-Star recognition. Teixeira plays club soccer for Valeo FC. JOSEPH THONGSYTHAVONG, ST. MARY’S The senior center midfielder provided a balanced offensive output for the Div. 4 North champion Spartans this season by scoring 21 goals and assisting on 23 others. For his efforts, he was named a Catholic Central League MVP along with earning a EMSCA All-New England selection. Thongsythavong is a National Honor Society member. FRANCESCO VALAGUSSA, ARLINGTON A three-year starter, the senior midfielder continued to produce in his final season with 16 goals and 12 assists for the Div. 2 North champion Spy Ponders. Valagussa was an EMSCA All-State selection and was named the Middlesex League MVP after leading the league in scoring. He is a National Honor Society member. MARCUS VOSS, BEDFORD The junior forward led the way for the Dual County League Small champion Buccaneers by scoring 11 goals and adding three assists. For his efforts, he was named the DCL MVP and earned an EMSCA All-State selection. Aside from playing soccer, Voss is a part of the swimming and diving team. Boys soccer all-stars BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Michael Palumbo, Jeren Pinmental, Danny Ramirez (Latin Academy); Nixon Arriola, Jesus Batiz, Scardino Volmar (Boston International); Ricardo Evora, Jay Barreto Monteiro, Dave Saindrin (Brighton); Brener Cardoso, Rivaldo DaSilva, Paulo Goncalves (Burke); Clevar Burton, Woodson Mimy (CASH); Marlon Maldonado, Jason Gil Martinez, Jose Membreno (Charlestown); Milton Alfaro, Roberto Dubon, Walter Flores (East Boston); Joao Barros, Clayton Gomes, Rohnilson Semedo (Madison Park); Melkin Arzo, Paulo Sergio Mendes, Tevin McKenzie (New Mission); Daniel Cano, Abner DeLeon, Kristian Dhamo (O’Bryant); Cristhian Aguliar, Jaime Chicas Miguel, Aidan Shea (Snowden); Nickolson Alexis, Wendy Bigor, Stevenson Cadet (Tech Boston); Louvensky Aly, Siloy Blanchet, Xavier Fleury (West Roxbury). CAPE AND ISLANDS Mario Reyes, Chris Amaya, Charlie Clarke, Vanius Valentuevicius (Nantucket); Emmanuel Da Silva, Matheus Brito, Luidi De Oliveira, Morgan Estrella (Martha’s Vineyard); Clif Wilson, Logan Routhier, A.J. Williams (Monomoy); Noah Smith, Will Furtado, Aidan Smith (Sturgis East); Max Cho, Zach Raye, Patrick O’Gara (Sturgis West); Andrew Cassidy, Cam Shores (St. John Paul); Parker Cleary, Thomas Earley (Falmouth Academy); Owen Williams, Justin Trimberger (Rising Tide); Ricky Goncalves (Cape Cod Tech); Chris Kenney (Cape Cod Academy). MVP: Mario Reyes (Nantucket) CATHOLIC CONFERENCE Shamar Rainford, Jack Linnehan, Brendan Kennedy, Luke Reid, Tomas Trejo (BC High); Peter Danis, Cristian Buckley, Jake Surette, Will Andrews, Zach Davis (St. John’s Prep); Trevor Gleason, Matt Mancini, Dominec Bettinelli, Lorenzo Mancini (Xaverian); Liam Barrett, Nate Frye, Robert McCabe (Malden Catholic); Ronan Hurley, Ryan Larson (Catholic Memorial). MVP: Shamar Rainford COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE LARGE: Jose Gutierrez, Roberto Portillo, Angel Contreras, Gabriel Garcia, Delmer Romero (Chelsea); Gavin Pigott, Mike Reppucci, Jason Myers, Jared Rizzo, Jose Cruz (Shawsheen); Geo Ramirez, Thomas Khaipi, Cristian Herrera, Daniel Zacarias (Lynn Tech); Juan Correa, Franklin Fuentes, Ariel Pineda (Northeast); Carlos Nicolau, Jared Marchand, Matt Barbosa, Enrico Nuttoli (Greater Lowell). MVP: Jose Gutierrez SMALL: Lukas Drahos, Soufyane Missbah, Steven Nguyen, Ethan Nguyen, Alex Maher, Anthony Russo-Penta, Matt Mail, Nicholas Sokolovic (Mystic Valley); Simon Strzepek, Devon Silva, Eddie Nazzaro, Sam Jenkins (Essex Tech); Ethan Rousseau, Josh O’Brien, Shane Rafferty, Kyle Eddy (Whittier); Moises Deleon, Louis Galligani, Anderson Perez (Greater Lawrence); Jake Dionne, Otto Radenmacher, Fahad Khan (Minuteman); Matthew Venti, Davidson Fleming, Dan Baxter (Nashoba Tech). MVP: Lukas Drahos DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE LARGE: Cam Emde-Gerdine, Alex McMorrow, Kyle Jackson, Blaise Siefer, Will Patterson (Concord-Carlisle); Ben Ryan, Matt Ward, Conner Lachman, Ryan Mulcahey. Joe Mepham (Lincoln-Sudbury); Massin Tizi-Ougdal, Jamie Haufler (Acton-Boxboro); Isaac-John Enelamah, Dennis Pecherskiy (Newton South); Spencer Estridge, Noah Cherry (Westford Academy); Rory Millar (Cambridge) MVP: Cam Emde-Gerdine. SMALL: Marcus Voss, Dexter Kennedy, Joe Watson, Chris Venuti, Jeff Mascoli (Bedford); Gage Fuller, Nick Smith, Andrew D’Amico, Mateos Norian (Wayland); Casey Shay, Michael Delduchetto, David Dangond (Weston); Owen Murray, Alex Kim (Boston Latin) MVP: Marcus Voss EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Nichalas Hiotelis, Gavin Youngclaus, Duncan Youngclaus (Coyle-Cassidy); Aidan Corrigan, Ryan Enright, Ryan Hart, Sean Murphy, Thomas Potenza (Bishop Feehan); Evan Peek, Keenan Cooney, Will Cabral, Declan Markey (Bishop Stang). HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Matthew Wang, Ethan Kantor (Sharon); Colin Milliken, Haendel Louhis (Oliver Ames); Nic Beigel, Dylan Barreira, Joseph Cusack (Foxboro); Joseph Hilf, Kyle Briere (North Attleboro); Walisson DeOlivera, Joseph Madden, Joao Boaventura (Milford); Nitin Chaudhury, Tim Duval (Franklin); Will Halben, Andre Menard (Attleboro); Luke Savoie, Ethan Brill-Cass, Samuel Nugent (Mansfield); Zachary White, Tony Bozza (King Philip); Carter Gerome (Stoughton); Brett Beaulieu (Taunton); Griffin Roach, Paul Corcoran, Paolo Ruggeri (Canton). MVP: Walisson DeOlivera MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Evan Arpin (Andover); John McCarthy (Central Catholic); Joshua Ofosu, Zachary Hardy (Chelmsford); George Zuleta, Jaime DiGiovanni (Lowell); Peter Coufos, Ryan McDonald, Nathaniel D’Entremont (North Andover); Michael Bragg, Stephen Harris (Billerica); Brendan Davis, James Meli, Matt Robichaud (Dracut); Fritz Kleiner (Haverhill); Anthony Gaitian (Lawrence); Daniel Pierre Louis (Methuen); Franklin Velasquez-Aguilar, Lucas Frost (Tewksbury). MVP: Ryan McDonald, James Meli MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Sancho Maroto, Jaeho Chung, Knut Lundstrom, Karl Vernet, Dylan Corbett (Lexington); Francesco Valagussa, Sean Connelly, Tiago Gomes, Nick Karalis (Arlington); Nate MacDonald, Giro Dibiase, Ben Von Hale, Matt Schneller (Winchester); Seamus Dullaghan, Tomas Griffen. Jorge Meija Guzman (Belmont); Thomas Allardi, Alex Katsoufis, Matt Pepi (Reading); Nico Corteggiano (Woburn) MVP: Francesco Valagussa FREEDOM: Luke Murphy, Chris Iannetta, Alex Egan, Jafiah Edwards, Rodrigo Freitas, Ruben Sara (Watertown); Miguel Contreras, Tarekegn O’Neill, Anthony Bilbilian, Fabrice Francois (Melrose); John Summers, Eric Keefe (Wakefield); Mike DiLeo, Peter Meade (Stoneham); Cam Martin, Andrew Days (Wilmington); Tim Pinkham (Burlington) MVP: Alex Egan NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH: Milton Castro, Fernando Guerra, Alexis Figueroa (Somerville); Mike Tansey, Johnny Alves (Peabody); Aaron Vaz, Kendy Prince (Medford); Kevin Jordan (Danvers); Bryce Visnick (Beverly); Kevin Coffey (Swampscott); Damir Omerovic, Harry Paiva (Revere). MVP: Milton Castro, Johnny Alves SOUTH: Anthony Suazo, Elijah Elliott (Gloucester); Edward Santos, Quinn Galante-Barrett (Salem); Waldir Yaczavika, Jeffson Malachie (Malden); Alex Ixlaj, Daniel Cortes, Gabriel Novoa (Lynn Classical); Jaylin Cordes (Winthrop); Henrique DaSilva, Andydavens Elysee (Everett). MVP: Anthony Suazo PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Patrick McMahon, Justin Keating, Colin Canniff, James Gallagher, Alex Loyd, Cole Whidden (Silver Lake); Thomas Grosskopf, Kyle Bryant, Blake Murphy, James Durkin, Nicholas Lynch (Hingham); Will Poreda, Matt Gill, James Guiliano (Duxbury); Mike Tocci, Jack Post (Plymouth North); Steve Kelly (Whitman-Hanson). MVP: Patrick McMahon FISHER: Charlie Blacker, Adrian Ramirez-Etienne, Kevin Farwell, Aaron Nelson, John Fogerty, Gabriel Ramirez-Etienne (Scituate); Edson Fernandes, Theo Fox, Sheelens Ostine, Aaron O’Toole (Quincy); Jake Heyl, James Clarkson, Caleb Pongratz, Sam Perkins (Hanover); Brian Flaherty, Mike Hendriksen (Pembroke); Sean Walsh (Plymouth South). MVP: Edson Fernandes TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE John Muckstadt, George Beninati (Dover-Sherborn); Jake Heihsel, Evans Djohan, Patrick Mejia, Ty Cotting, Jonny Paecht (Holliston); Troy Newman, Luke Fargerson, Kyle Regan, Matt Kaplan (Medway); Will O’Brien, Kyle Houlihan, Derek Alexander, Brian Sullivan (Norton); Michael teDuits (Westwood); Brennan White, Owen Previte (Medfield); Evan Travis (Ashland); Lucas Drons (Bellingham); Kyle Wilcox (Millis); McCallum Lind (Hopkinton); Kevin McDonough (Dedham). MVP: John Muckstadt, Jonny Paecht
10 Dec 18
Archy news nety

The actions staged an impressive reversal of Monday's noon with the technology that brought the charge higher. After spending most of the day in red, the S & P 500 (^ GSPC) ended the session up by 0.18%. The Dow (^ DJI) gained 34.31 points, and the Nasdaq (^ IXIC) heavy in terms of technology […]

10 Dec 18
Vogenix Self Tanner

Many specialty chemical, biotech, and ingredient producers opt to launch products during global industry tradeshows. So it’s no surprise that new companies like Geltor, the maker of N-collage, was exhibiting and speaking with beauty makers from around the world at events like in-cosmetics Global in Amsterdam this past spring and again at in-cosmetics North America […]

10 Dec 18
Canberra CityNews

THEATRE patrons could be forgiven for thinking they were looking at a mainstage Canberra Theatre season when The Q, Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre, today (December 10) announced its 2019 season in two showbiz-style shows. Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council Mayor Tim Overall praised the “fantastic season of entertainment” for combining shows with a mix of local flavour […]