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The Met Office said gusts of 74mph hit Mumbles Head in south Wales, with southern parts of northern England and the north Midlands also badly affected. Lorry drivers and motorcyclists were warned of the risk of being blown over.

European Union countries that wish to remain at the “core” of the European project after Brexit will have to join the euro, the top aide of Jean-Claude Juncker has told a close-door meeting of EU diplomats,cheap jordans for sale, the Telegraph can reveal.

Martin Selmayr,cheap wholesale jordans, the chief of staff to the European Commission president,cheap retro jordans, told a meeting of EU deputy-ambassadors at a private dinner last week that the eurozone would become the “core” of the EU project after the UK leaves the bloc.

His intervention highlights deep divisions over the future of the EU and will deepen the fears of smaller member states like Poland and Hungary that the UK’s departure will be used by arch-federalists like Mr Selmayr to strong-arm them into joining the single currency.

At the dinner in Brussels both the Czech Republic and Hungary challenged the idea that the eurozone countries should form the new “core” of the EU after Brexit, arguing...