introduction of online shopping Burgundy British passport’ align=’left’ /> Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage responded to the announcement by tweeting “Happy Brexmas!” He added: “In the 2016 referendum, we wanted our passports back. Now we’ve got them back!” But Labour MP Mary Creagh tweeted: “No-one under 45 will have owned a blue passport, and most will think they’re not worth £50 billion and crashing the economy.” Mr Lewis look here told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme he knew many Remain voters who still had an “attachment” and “speak fondly” of the blue passport. By Dominic Casciani, home affairs correspondent Did Brussels force the online shopping UK to change the colour of its passport? No. The European Union has never had the power to force the UK to change the colour of the British passport. Dumping the blue for burgundy was a decision taken by the UK in the 1980s after the then EEC (European Economic Community) member states tried to harmonise designs to make life easier for travellers and border officials. So this wasn’t a decision forced on the UK by Brussels Eurocrats. Ministers could have ignored it. Croatia retained its blue passport after it joined the EU in 2013. Image caption Some countries in the EU have a burgundy passport like Italy (left), but Croatia retained its blue passport (right) after joining the union in 2013 In a similar vein, the EU has never had the power to order the UK to remove references to Her Majesty The Queen from the passport. It is still a British document, but with added EU wording to guarantee freedom of movement.
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Versace’s SS18 collection features body-hugging mini dresses, while Alessandra Rich and The Vampire’s Wife both have “super form fitting dresses” out this season. But she says she has definitely seen the emergence of “oversized, looser silhouettes from Celine, Joseph and Raey (the Matches Fashion label loved for its giant polo necks). It’s a case of women playing with their own version of what’s sexy. And actually, that’s different for every woman.” For some women, the clothes they feel best in are seriously tight. For other women, they’re clothes that skim the body. And then there are women like me, where the ‘eating pants’ meme isn’t just a funny Insta; it’s a life goal. And now that fashion is embracing the bodycon resistance, it’s a goal that’s coming ever closer. The trend has also reached the other sex. GQ wrote this year ‘designers really want you to wear baggy pants again’. Some, like Louis Vuitton, Haider Ackermann and J. Crew, are even selling wide-legged trousers with – you guessed it – elasticated waists. This is a great time to be embracing elasticated waists.
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