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A professor ate an actual book on TV for a insane reason

If they did, he said, he would "happily eat [his] new Brexit book ". Corbyn's party ended up exceeding expectations, gaining 40 percent of the vote. Writing on the Guardian website the Labour MP said: "I would be lying if I denied that I can not wait to sit opposite the Tories and laugh at their massive arrogance and complacency, but we have to get our own house in order, too". Read More »

UK PM's Brexit plan has not changed, her spokesman says

Britain's Press Association, quoting two unnamed sources from the meeting, said May told lawmakers at a closed-door session that she admitted she was the one who "got us into this mess" and vowed that she would be the one who will "get us out of it". Read More »

Johnny Depp and Liam Gallagher added to Glastonbury line-up

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The former Oasis' frontman will bring his new project to Worthy Farm, sparking yet more rumours of an Oasis reunion. Maybe don't get your hopes up too much, mind. Painting a vivid picture of what to expect at the film screen, Glastonbury head honcho Michael Eavis said: "We've got a massive film screen and 100 60s American and Cuban cars". Read More »

Acacia Mining disputes Tanzania audit as shares sink

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Magufuli, referring to Acacia Mining , said: "If they admit that they were stealing from us and if they reimburse what they stole, only then can negotiations over registration begin". The FTSE 250 firm was banned from exporting both gold and copper concentrates by the Tanzanian government in March . "Enough is enough. we need investors, but not this kind of exploitation". Read More »

Sweet sizzlin' beans! Fancy names may boost healthy dining

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Getting people to eat more vegetables may be as easy as a marketing makeover, according to new research. Vegetables are the most nutritious and healthy of foods, yet most people don't think they taste as good as burgers dripping with fat or a salty batch of French fries . Read More »

Erdogan assures support to Qatar amid diplomatic row

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The Arab world's biggest powers, including Saudi Arabia , Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates , severed diplomatic relations with Qatar on Monday, accusing it of support for Islamist militants and Iran. "I want to call on all of the nations to stop immediately supporting terrorism, stop teaching people to kill other people, stop filling their minds with hate and intolerance. Read More »

Theresa May 'promises to get Tories out of the mess she created'

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The outcome of last week's vote has also thrown into doubt what Britain would seek from Brexit talks with the European Union , complex negotiations which will have profound implications for the world's fifth largest economy. Asked whether the government might seek a deal with the European Union that involved controlling immigration whilst remaining a member of the single market, he referred to the experience of Mr May's predecessor as prime minister, David Cameron. Read More »

Britain's May to Face Her Party amid Post-Election Tumult

Theresa May had repeatedly said during the election campaign that the Brexit talks would start 11 days after the June 8 vote, using it as a warning that Jeremy Corbyn's Labour were not ready for the negotiations. An alliance, at what cost? There are fears among more liberal Conservative MPs that the socially conservative DUP will demand a scaling back of abortion and gay rights - but No. Read More »

Cyprus peace talks summit set for June 28

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Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Sunday in NY and agreed to resume talks. A Turkish Cypriot , Bolayir is in Paphos to take part in an art therapy session, more than 40 years after fleeing the coastal town following a Turkish invasion of the island's north in 1974. Read More »

Punjab Police inspector arrested in drug peddling case

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The FIR states that Inderjit played a role in protecting as well as willfully aiding and abetting smugglers in 2013 and 2014. A 9 mm Italian-make pistol, a.38 bore revolver, an AK 47 and around 380 live cartridges of different arms, including 115 AK 47 cartridges, were found at his house at Jalandhar Police Lines. Read More »

Global Tricot Machine Market Research Report 2017

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This is creating additional demand for solar industry equipment transportation and thereby driving the market growth. Companies Mentioned are DB Schenker, DHL, Maersk Line, Alder Energy Systems, Bolloré Logistics , Global Shipping Services, KBH Production Automation , Logistics Plus, McCollister's Transportation Group, and SSI Logistics . Read More »

Impatient Brussels hosts Brexit 'talks about talks'

Former Finance Minister George Osborne - who was relieved of his duties by May following last year's Brexit vote - went as far as to refer to the prime minister as a "dead woman walking." On Monday, May will face her MPs at a meeting of the 1922 Committee, an influential grouping of backbench Conservatives . Read More »

Germany's Merkel hosts African leaders ahead of G20 summit

While Merkel has found recent success in snatching up the pieces left by Trump's worldwide dissidence and lack of interest in working collectively with global allies as a group, she has acknowledged that in order for something like this to even be possible, US involvement is crucial. Read More »

Caution ahead of macro-data release suppresses equities

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Global activities such as the hung United Kingdom parliament, French parliamentary election results and US' Federal Reserve policy meeting further pressurised the Sensex. China 's main Shanghai Composite was also down by 0.24 per cent. Key stocks that gained were Infosys , Tech Mahindra, Sun Pharma, HUL, Cipla, Tata Power, HCL Tech and BHEL while Bank of Baroda , Tata Motors , L&T, Wipro , ICICI Bank and Bajaj Auto declined. Read More »

Young girl detained after being told abortion was 'not the solution'

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It continues: "The judge was satisfied on the evidence before her that the young girl did not suffer from a mental health disorder in accordance with the Mental Health Act 2001 and discharged the Order detaining the young girl". Irish Minister for Health Simon Harris has not responded to a request for comment. One can argue that the psychiatrist should have invoked the Act - or referred the girl to a colleague who would. Read More »

May not a 'dead woman walking': Britain's Brexit minister

David Davis is unlikely to travel to Brussels on Monday for the pre-planned start of Brexit negotiations after Theresa May's failure to secure a parliamentary majority in the general election unleashed new clashes at the top of government over the U.K.'s Brexit stance. Read More »

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 'I can play for two more years'

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Zlatan Ibrahimović's stay at Manchester United has seemingly ended after a single season at Old Trafford , with the club announcing that they don't intend to extend the injured striker's contract by an extra year. The Premier League said that the information was correct as of May 29, but a player's status could have changed since that date. Ibrahimovic was the stand-out name on the Premier League's list of players released. Read More »

Mother of Moroccan London Attacker Says Son Radicalised in Britain

The Metropolitan Police said they had reviewed security ahead of the vote, putting in place a "specialist and highly flexible operation" which can be deployed as needed. Met Police also said a large part of the closed-off crime scene has been reopened to the public, though Borough Market and a small surrounding area remain closed. Read More »

Who Are You Backing In The 2017 General Election?

The polls also all reflect a return to two party politics, in England and Wales at least, with voters aligning themselves behind the Tories and Labour. By contrast, people aged 65 and over divide 62% for Conservatives and 19% for Labour. At the 2015 general election just 43% of 18 to 24-year-olds were estimated to have voted, compared with 78% of people aged 65 and over. Read More »

Bear surprises runners during Colorado race

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One of the pictures was perfectly timed and shows a couple of the runners breaking stride as they recognize that, you know, there's a bear in the road. Some people can't bear the idea of running 10 miles. The photos he posted to Facebook quickly went viral. Other runners were equally as stunned to see the bear mid-race. Read More »