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Ms Davis has dwafism and relies on her specially modified mobility scooter to get around as she cannot walk long distances.However, she was ordered to move publicly and was left 'humiliated'.Making a clear pitch for the top job without directly calling for Mrs May to quit, he added: 'It is not too late to save Brexit.' The searing assessment - hailed as the 'speech of a statesman' by Jacob Rees-Mogg - could throw Mrs May back into turmoil just as she was hoping to limp into the summer parliamentary break.As Mr Johnson delivered his searing resignation statement, Mrs May was struggling to defend her Chequers plan while giving evidence in another part of the estate.It is believed she suffered severe bruising and two sprained wrists and is awaiting the results of a CT scan to check for further damage.

Belgian designer Diane Von Furstenberg, 71, said older men's struggle to 'get it up' used to level the sexual playing field at a time in life when women were coming to terms with a drop in fertility.Kate Donovan (left), 29, originally from Australia but living in London, appeared in the Our Money series for i News exploring how the public spend and save their money.In the piece titled 'How I live on a £69,500 salary while saving to buy a two-bedroom flat', Kate explains the cut backs she has made while saving for her first home.Tanyalee Davis, 37, was left sobbing after a train guard ordered her to move her mobility scooter.The Great Western Rail employee even announced it to the entire train to Norwich.Readers were left baffled by the piece taking to Twitter to complain that Miss Donovan could live 'comfortably' on that salary.

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