Argentine submarine: Missing ARA San Juan imploded, navy confirms
An Argentine submarine which vanished a year ago with 44 crew on board imploded, the Argentine navy has confirmed after the wreck was found.
>The ARA San Juan disappeared 430km (270 miles) off the Argentine coast on 15 November 2017.
>Officials announced on Friday that it had been found 900m (2,950ft) below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean.
>"It appears to be complete, but it obviously imploded," said navy commander Gabriel Attis.
Brexiteer Predicts No Confidence Could Start Monday, Says May’s Deal Will Force Britons into ‘Serfdom’
Nadine Dorries predicts that the process for a no-confidence vote in Theresa May could start Monday, warning the current Brexit deal would force Britons into “serfdom.”
>“I think we’ll probably see things moving on Monday.” the Tory Brexiteer told Sky News on Saturday, estimating that if the chairman of the 1922 Committee Sir Graham Brady had received the 48 letters of no confidence from MPs needed to trigger a vote, he may “contact people who have submitted their letters to see if they still want to leave their letters submitted.”
>While 21 MPs have publicly stated they have submitted their letters to the backbench committee, Ben Bradley MP claimed that the number was “significantly” higher than that and he could name “five or six more” fellow Tory MPs.
>“There are some colleagues who think they can name 50 people. I’ll guess we’ll find out in the coming days, but I think it’s an awful lot closer [to a confidencPost too long. Click here to view the full text.