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UK can't expect Britons to replace EU workers after Brexit: CBI

David Davis has signalled that discussions on the UK's exit from the European Union (EU) may not start on June 19 as anticipated. Theresa May told Tory MPs "I'm the person who got us into this mess and I'm the one who will get us out of it", at a crunch Conservative Party meeting in Parliament, two people present have confirmed. Read More »

Melania and Barron Trump have officially moved into the White House


Comey told Congress last week that Trump urged him to drop a probe of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Sessions asked to testify in public, believing "it is important for the American people to hear the truth directly from him", according to Sarah Isgur Flores, a Justice Department spokeswoman. Read More »

One of Trump's Tweets Just Helped Sabotage His Travel Ban


The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond , Va., ruled last month that revisions made by the White House did not eliminate the underlying problem of the ban, which targets six majority-Muslim countries: that it discriminates based on religion. Read More »

Halo Wars 2 expansion 'Awakening the Nightmare' announced

The official description for the new content describes it as "tower defense-style twist to the beloved wave-based Halo mode", something that sounds like the ideal compliment for the new Flood adversaries. According to 343, he's "back (but still dead) with a Banished twist". Former Halo Studio Head Dan Ayoub has revealed that Halo Wars 2 is set to receive a Firefight expansion, adding a version of the wave-based mode first introduced in Halo 3: ODST , to the RTS sequel. Read More »

Attorney General Sessions to face US Senate panel in public


Sessions' testimony comes just days after former FBI Director James Comey testified before the committee. The chairman of the committee, Richard Burr , confirmed that the hearing would take place in open session after Mr Sessions volunteered to appear over the weekend, in a surprise move. Read More »

DUP heads to No10 to work out agreement with Theresa May


With the Conservative party having emerged as the largest party but failing to win an overall majority, a hung parliament has been declared. Conservative Party loyalists urged her to change her leadership style, while critics talked about her days being numbered. Read More »

Donald Trump sued over global business ties


It accuses Trump of violating the Emoluments Clause , which bars the president from accepting gifts from foreign governments without approval from Congress. For instance, the president still receives routine updates on the company's finances. The Justice Department has asked a federal judge in NY to dismiss a similar complaint , arguing that the emoluments clauses do not prohibit presidents from owning businesses. Read More »

UK | Terrorism | Police name third London attacker

Much of the area around London Bridge remained cordoned off Tuesday and a minute of silence was observed in Britain as police continued to investigate Saturday's attack that killed seven people. Police said earlier that witness accounts suggested he might have been thrown into the river. He is believed to have been an Italian national of Moroccan decent. Read More »

Jeff Sessions: Everything you need to know about the attorney general


During his own testimony last week , Comey said that he understood Trump's request "to be a directive". The newspaper noted that it doesn't exclude the possibility of recordings created by another entity. He said under oath at his January confirmation hearing that he had not met with Russians during the campaign. Media reports last week said Sessions offered to resign because of tensions with the president over his decision to recuse himself from the FBI's Russian Federation probe. Read More »

Manchester United on the verge of signing AS Monaco midfielder Fabinho

The Atletico Madrid star said "I won't be joining Manchester United in the summer" after France lost 2-1 to Sweden in a World Cup qualifier on Friday (June 9) at the Friends Arena. The Brazillian made over 1500 passes for Monaco in the league, averaging an accuracy of 84%. He was reported to be an Arsenal target but L'Equipe says P.S.G.'s chairman Nasser al-Khelaifi has established contact with Mbappe's representatives over a summer deal through Antero Henrique, the Parisians' new sports ... Read More »

Theresa May's epic fail causes British political natural disaster

The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. In a blow to its hopes for another referendum on whether Scotland should leave the United Kingdom, the pro-independence Scottish National Party lost about 21 of its 54 seats. "It's a bit of a mess", Peter Morgan, 35, said in London . "May sought a mandate". Conservative member of parliament Anna Soubry was the first in the party to disavow May in public, calling on the prime minister to "consider her position". Read More »

Officers' disciplinary proceedings in McDonald case delayed


Superintendent Johnson wants to fire those four officers for their attempts to corroborate Van Dyke's account of what happened that night. "Given the due-process concerns related to suspending these officers without pay during the period of an indefinite stay of their cases, the board now finds that there is no basis for their continued suspension pending the hearing on the charges against them", the board ruled. Read More »

Maryland, DC plan to sue Trump over foreign payments


District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh plan to announce what they call a "major lawsuit" Monday against the president. The suit says that despite billionaire Trump having placed his extensive business holdings in a trust after he was elected president, he still owns the properties and is conscious of the money they are earning him. Read More »

Naked Woman Detained at Jerusalem's Western Wall

The streaker prompted shouts and screams from people praying at the Western Wall , the most sacred site in Judaism. A young naked woman stood in front of the Western Wall today for a few minutes until she was escorted away by ushers and police. Read More »

I'm going to get us out of this mess: UK PM

Forty years of domestic policy has been to stay out of Irish sectarianism. "And how Nick and Fi were the opposite of that and she hadn't had a chance to notice". A more conciliatory approach would of course, potentially help spur Indian appetite for trade talks with Britain, at the same time that the European Union, bolstered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent trips across the region, wants to revive talks over a trade deal too. Read More »

Melania, Barron move into White House


Melania and the couple's 11-year-old son had stayed behind in NY so Barron could finish the school year. The president had spent the weekend at his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. The decision was seen as unusual by some, as she was the first presidential spouse in recent years not to relocate to the capital immediately. "I do think once she's in D.C. Read More »

Putin: Terrorism 'main threat' to SCO members


Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif along with his delegation attended the meeting of the Heads of State Council of SCO. Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev made an announcement in this regard after signing of documents by the founding members at the conclusion of 17th SCO summit . Read More »

Iran police kills four Islamic suspects in south


Following a series of sophisticated intelligence operations and with the cooperation of the families of some of the terrorists, 41 elements of ISIS Wahhabi group were identified and arrested before conducting any act of terror, the ministry said in a statement on Friday. Read More »

Ministers back May as UK PM

May says it's "a Cabinet that reflects the wealth of talent and experience across the Conservative Party " and "a government that is going to be governing for everyone". " Theresa May is a dead woman walking". The PM looks to have withstood immediate internal pressure to resign and there was no discussion at the 1922 Committee of how long she would remain in post, although there were clear signals of how her style of rule would change to keep MPs on side. Read More »

AG Jeff Sessions Headed to Hot Seat in Senate Intel Committee

Sessions was in trouble before Comey's testimony last week . Sessions has been dogged by the Russian Federation investigation. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., said "there's a real question of the propriety" of Sessions' involvement in Comey's dismissal, because Sessions had stepped aside from the federal investigation into contacts between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. Read More »

Despite loss, May soldiers on

The survey predicted the Conservatives will get 314 seats and the Labour Party 266. However, the Conservative Party were only 287 votes from forming a majority government and could have done so by winning four seats. The former shadow chancellor labelled it an "OK result" after Mr Corbyn's party secured a higher-than-expected 262 seats and significantly boosted its vote share. Read More »

UK Faces Even More Uncertainty After Snap Election Results in Hung Parliament


With results declared for almost all of the 650 seats, Conservatives won 318 while the opposition Labour secured 262, leaving neither party anywhere close to the 326 seats required for an overall majority . She and just about everyone else also underestimated how skilled a campaigner Corbyn would be. "The surge in Labour seats means that calls for a transformation of Middle East policy will just become stronger and more consistent". Read More »

UK turmoil as Brexit talks could be delayed

Britain's election was three years away, and she did not have to call for this snap poll , but did so thinking her party would cruise to a landslide victory. Although the possibility of the ruling Conservatives seeking to keep some British access to the European Union's single market has increased, so too has the likelihood of a chaotic departure from the bloc, executives said, meaning they have to plan for the worst. Read More »