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Theresa May To Face Disgruntled Backbenchers At Cabinet Meeting

Theresa May To Face Disgruntled Backbenchers At Cabinet Meeting

Gavin Barwell, Mrs May's new chief of staff, received a huge cheer when he was introduced. That means the Democratic Unionist Party would back the government on confidence motions and budget votes, ...

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British Writer Eats His Book On Live TV Show

British Writer Eats His Book On Live TV Show

The professor of politics at the University of Kent was filmed eating pages of his book on Live TV and answering questions of the news anchor easily. Ok.

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Theresa May set to form the government

Theresa May set to form the government

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has denied plotting to topple Prime Minister Theresa May , who has been weakened by the Conservative Party's disastrous election result. Shortly afterwards, Do...

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The new (and old) line-up setting pensions and tax policy

The new (and old) line-up setting pensions and tax policy

The former Europe Minister David Lidington is now part of Theresa May's reshuffled cabinet as Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor. During that time he has been heavily involved with five finance b...

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Motsoeneng guilty of bringing the SABC into disrepute, source claims

Motsoeneng guilty of bringing the SABC into disrepute, source claims

Motseoeneg contravened the terms of his suspension by holding a press conference. Former SABC Chief Operating Officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng is expected to know his fate on Monday following his discip...

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Jeremy Corbyn was 2227 votes away from becoming British PM

Jeremy Corbyn was 2227 votes away from becoming British PM

The new statement came after Downing Street earlier said the DUP had agreed to the principles of an outline agreement to support a Conservative government . The resignations of Timothy and Hill, on...

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United States joins battle as Philippines takes losses in besieged city

United States joins battle as Philippines takes losses in besieged city

The Philippines military suffered its biggest one-day loss on Friday since 10 troops were killed in a friendly-fire incident on June 1. Duterte skipped the Independence Day flag-raising in Manila ...

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Patty Jenkins Isn't Signed On To Direct 'Wonder Woman 2' Yet

According to THR's sources, WB has plans to begin negotiations with Jenkins soon. Director Patty Jenkins had already been vaguely discussing possible paths for a Wonder Woman sequel to tak...

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

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

Mrs May's weakened position in the House of Commons as a result of losing her majority has fuelled speculation the Tories would be forced to soften their stance on Brexit . The DUP leader Arlene Fost...

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Beleaguered British PM May appoints new ministers

Mr Jones, a prominent Brexit campaigner and former Welsh secretary who was brought back into government by Mrs May , told BBC Radio Wales on Friday she was " the strongest leader we have at the...

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United States defense chief warns of N. Korea

US Defence Secretary, James Mattis warned that Washington will not accept China's militarisation of man-made islands in the South China Sea. "We are going to have to work together", Mattis said....

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Hundreds detained at anti-graft protests in Russian Federation

Petersburg were spearheaded by Alexei Navalny, the anti-corruption campaigner who has become the Kremlin's most visible opponent. Navalny's wife Yulia said on his Twitter feed that he was arrest...

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Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal

Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal

Theresa May's inability to form a strong, new government quickly after the June 8 elections can delay talks with Michel Barnier even more, says an European Union official who is familiar with the...

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Sessions wants his testimony open to public

Spicer also declined to say whether Trump agrees with Sessions' decision to testify. "It depends on the scope of the questions", White House press secretary Sean Spicer said when asked whether Sessi...

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10 surprising facts from the 2017 General Election

With accusations of anti-semitism leveled at the newly rejuvenated Labor Party leader, that question is of particular interest to Britain's Jewish population. She called for the election back in A...

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Maryland, DC sue Trump, accuse president of profiting from office

District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh made the announcement at a jointly held news conference in Washington, confirming the suit has been filed in...

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No civilian casualties officially reported in Afghan incident

No civilian casualties officially reported in Afghan incident

Afghan officials said over the weekend that an Afghan commando opened fire on the soldiers in what has become known as a green-on-blue or insider attack. US military officials estimate there are about...

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Dublin warns May that coalition deal could threaten Irish peace

Dublin warns May that coalition deal could threaten Irish peace

A stream of senior lawmakers entered her office at 10 Downing St. on Sunday afternoon, to learn what roles they had been given in government. The outcome shocked the party, which had expected a big ...

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Prime Minister to try forming minority government

Prime Minister to try forming minority government

The Conservatives won 318 seats in the General Election, eight short of an overall majority. Labour surpassed expectations by winning 262. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, riding a wave of acclaim for...

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May to meet queen in order to form government

May to meet queen in order to form government

Further south, Conservative Zac Goldsmith ousted Liberal Democrat MP Sarah Olney with a 45-vote majority, in a race that saw more than 60,000 votes cast. Likewise, there is no chance of the Prime Mini...

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Saudi Arabia Sorry Over Minute's Silence Controversy

The two sides met in Adelaide to contest a World Cup qualifier , but only the Australian team lined up to pay tribute before kick-off as the Saudi players loosely took their positions while milling a...

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May's 'pawns' resign after election fiasco

May's 'pawns' resign after election fiasco

Senior party figures have cautioned against any immediate leadership challenge, saying it would only cause further disruption as Britain prepares to start Brexit negotiations as early as June 19. Th...

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How would the Tories trigger a leadership contest against Theresa May?

Mrs May told the meeting that she recognised relations had not been as good as they should between Downing Street and the party. "I told you there would be changes", replied May, to much laughter fr...

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French president tries to ease Gulf dispute

Trump initially took sides with the Saudi-led group before apparently being nudged into a more even-handed approach when US defense officials renewed praise of Doha , mindful of the major USA milita...

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Northern Ireland pact bad for peace and UK voters

The Conservatives finished the election with 318 seats , eight short of the 326 needed for a majority, and the party is now dependent on the 10 DUP MPs to ensure legislation can be passed throu...

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Puerto Rico votes in favor of statehood

Congress who can write and submit legislation, but doesn't have the authority to vote . About 1.5 percent of voters were in favor of independence or free association with the USA and 1.3 percent vo...

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Trump holds cabinet meeting, promises change

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer joked about the pace, saying "I want to apologize for being late for work". As CNN noted , the meeting was "not the typical way presidents have conve...

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Northern Ireland's DUP to back PM May in forming government

Northern Ireland's DUP to back PM May in forming government

She's now attempting to form a government. A minority government needs to rely on the support of other parties to get through these votes and anything else it wants to get done. " Theresa May has l...

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Theresa May to seek to form United Kingdom government

Beleaguered British Prime Minister Theresa May is appointing new members of her government after several of them lost their seats in Parliament in this week's general election that proved disa...

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Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Detained Ahead Of Protest

Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Detained Ahead Of Protest

Navalny called the rally after tens of thousands turned out across Russian Federation on March 26 for an "anti-corruption" protest in the wake of his allegations that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ...

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Gingrich calls on GOP to 'abolish' Trump-Russia probe

He painted Trump as a chief executive dismissive of the FBI's independence and made clear that he interpreted Trump's request to end an investigation into Flynn, his former national security advis...

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Press gives US women 1-0 victory in Norway

Press gives US women 1-0 victory in Norway

Michael Bradley watched Hector Moreno pass the ball to Javier Hernandez in the center circle and thought back to the videos he had seen of the Mexican star pushing the ball back as part of Mexico's ...

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'He could be Labour's salvation': Corbyn supporters on the election result

'He could be Labour's salvation': Corbyn supporters on the election result

However, Mrs May insisted that, as the leader of the largest party in the new parliament, she had a duty to act in the "national interest". Speaking on the Today programme, Mr Leslie said: "We shoul...

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Britain's May brings back foe, aiming to unite party before Brexit

Britain's May brings back foe, aiming to unite party before Brexit

However other senior Tories - including Graham Brady, the influential chairman of the '22 - predicted MPs would rally round, insisting there was no mood in the party for a damaging leadership contes...

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Bond hearing scheduled for Augusta woman accused of leaking classified documents

Victor was charged in a federal grand jury indictment on Wednesday with a single count of willful retention and transmission of national defence information, a felony offence under the Espionage and C...

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

Unfortunately for Mr Goodwin, Labour won 40.3 percent of the vote. After a taking part in a discussion about the election and what it means for Brexit, Goodwin reminded the audience his book was...

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Duchess of Cambridge visits London Bridge attack victims

Duchess of Cambridge visits London Bridge attack victims

Terrorists left eight people dead and dozens wounded after driving a van into groups of people on London Bridge, before jumping out and stabbing people in Borough Market. She was then introduced...

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Leidos Holdings, Inc. (LDOS) Given Consensus Rating of "Buy" by Brokerages

It has outperformed by 2.02% the S&P500. BlackRock Inc. increased its stake in shares of Leidos Holdings by 12,635.3% in the first quarter. James Investment Research Inc bought 172,245 shares as the c...

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

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

But what exactly is the century-old group of Conservative MPs? The prime minister told MPs: "I've got us into the mess and I will get us out of it", according to another MP leaving the committee roo...

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India, Pakistan trade fire in Kashmir killing 2

He was briefed in detail by the local commander regarding the "operational situation, Indian cease fire violations and response by Pakistani troops", read a statement, issued by Pakistan army's me...

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