• EU Foreign Policy Head Voices Brexit Frustration
EU Foreign Policy Head Voices Brexit Frustration

Having galvanized the youth, and with strong backing from the party membership, his popularity amongst parliamentary colleagues, both new and old, is set to increase. "I can't negotiate with myself", he added. "We don't know when Brexit talks start", tweeted European Council President Donald Tusk Friday as the election results became clear.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn appears as a surprise winner in election
Jeremy Corbyn appears as a surprise winner in election

On the one hand, a weakened Conservative prime minister might not have the power to resist calls from some within the party who want that clean break, even if that means losing privileged access to the European Union single market. Donald Tusk , president of the European Council, added: "We don't know when Brexit talks start". One of the le...

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  • Friend Of Trump Says POTUS Considering Firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller
Friend Of Trump Says POTUS Considering Firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller

Lindsey Graham told Politico . Politico quoted Collins as saying that firing Mueller would "certainly be an extraordinarily unwise move". "What's he done to be fired?" That appeared to include Gingrich, who until recently expressed support for Mueller's appointment on the grounds that it would alleviate pressure in the Russian Federation affa...

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  • United States attorney general to testify in open hearing
United States attorney general to testify in open hearing

The public testimony Tuesday before the Senate intelligence committee should yield Sessions' most extensive comments to date on questions that have dogged his entire tenure as attorney general and that led him three months ago to step aside from the Russian Federation probe.

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  • Finally Wenger gets two-year Arsenal contract
Finally Wenger gets two-year Arsenal contract

That's all it took for Wenger to turn Arsenal around - its players' drinking culture, their dietary habits and the team's style of play - and lead the club to a Premier League-FA Cup double in 1998 at the end of his first full season in charge.

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  • Republicans urge Trump on tapes; Sessions to testify Tues
Republicans urge Trump on tapes; Sessions to testify Tues

Meanwhile, House and Senate investigators have sought for memos of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey 's private discussions with President Donald Trump and any records the White House kept of their discussion, including audio recordings.

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  • Theresa May, a weakened and fragile leader
Theresa May, a weakened and fragile leader

The survey also showed voters for Labour , the Liberal Democrats and the SNP said they mostly did so because they trusted the motives of the party, and also because they preferred that party's promises. But "we know when they must end. Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of "no negotiations", Tusk wrote on Twitter. Mrs May's predece...

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  • Senate GOP, Dems agree on new sanctions on Russia
Senate GOP, Dems agree on new sanctions on Russia

The deal would also give Congress 30 days-or 60 days around the August recess-to review and potentially block Trump from lifting or relaxing Russian Federation sanctions. sanctions on Russian Federation. Yes, Trump's first legislative victory is a deal meant to restrain Donald Trump's power when it comes to dealing with Russian Federation.

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  • Secret Service says it has no Trump tapes
Secret Service says it has no Trump tapes

The agency said a review of its main indices found no records related to the request. The mystery surrounding the alleged tapes was thrown back into the public eye during last week's Congressional testimony with Comey, as the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief told lawmakers in response to their questioning that he had hoped there are...

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  • Instagram Archive Lets You Hide Photos Without Deleting
Instagram Archive Lets You Hide Photos Without Deleting

Instagram is releasing its Archive feature to all users today, after testing it with a smaller group of people last month. Choose "archive", and the post automatically will be sent to that archived space that you can access by selecting the icon in the upper right corner of your profile.

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  • May and DUP leader Arlene Foster set for crucial talks
May and DUP leader Arlene Foster set for crucial talks

Government spokesman Steffen Seibert says Germany will apply to move the medicines regulator to the western city of Bonn, which already hosts several national and global agencies. With all the controversy surrounding the possible deal, after May herself once advocated working to drop the "nasty party" image she said the Conservatives had long attra...

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  • Trump Commits '100 Percent' to Testifying Under Oath
Trump Commits '100 Percent' to Testifying Under Oath

In his testimony , Comey also said Trump asked him in January to pledge loyalty to the president, an unusual request that would put in doubt the independence of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Mr Comey told the Senate intelligence committee on Thursday about several one-on-one interactions with the president, during which he said Mr Tru...

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  • Pam Bondi: James Comey Only Cares About Protecting Himself
Pam Bondi: James Comey Only Cares About Protecting Himself

Comey is pretty sure Trump inappropriately interfered in the investigation - but Trump didn't ask the FBI to drop it entirely. During more than two hours of testimony , Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee he believed Trump had directed him in February to drop an FBI probe into the Republican president's former national securit...

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  • Joe Hart dropped as Gareth Southgate shuffles his pack for Paris friendly
Joe Hart dropped as Gareth Southgate shuffles his pack for Paris friendly

He added: "They made it to the [Euro 2016] final not too long ago". Samuel Umtiti is likely to make his way back to the starting eleven in place of Laurent Koscielny. The French have an incredible home record against the Three Lions, losing only one of their last six home games and will be desperate to right the wrongs after an incredible 2-1 los...

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  • General Election 2017: What a difference a day makes…
General Election 2017: What a difference a day makes…

But the election result meant it was unclear whether her plan to take Britain out of the bloc's single market and customs union could still be pursued. But her campaign unravelled after a policy u-turn on care for the elderly, while Corbyn's old-school socialist platform and more impassioned campaigning style won wider support than anyone had...

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  • Kumaraswamy denied anticipatory bail in mining case
Kumaraswamy denied anticipatory bail in mining case

Former Chief Minister of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy of the Janata Dal Secular or JD (S) could be arrested on corruption charges with a Bengaluru court today refusing him anticipatory bail. Following the interim bail in May, Y Vanamala Anandarao, presiding officer of the 53rd City Civil and Sessions Court, had asked Kumaraswamy to cooperate ...

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  • UK police make new arrest in London Bridge attack inquiry
UK police make new arrest in London Bridge attack inquiry

Scotland Yard said a 19-year-old man is being held on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts after a raid at a property in Barking , east London , around 9.50pm on Sunday. Detectives made 21 arrests following the attack but 12 people have been released without charge. All three of the attackers were killed by the police who arrived at the scene, ...

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  • Number of Britons becoming German citizens rises 361%
Number of Britons becoming German citizens rises 361%

Germany's federal statistics office said 2,865 Britons took German citizenship a year ago. 'The link to Brexit seems clear, ' said Ostatistics. With the clock ticking to European Union exit in March 2019, the near fivefold increase in those rushing for a German passport show that many Britons are unwilling to wait and see what kind of Brexi...

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  • Democratic Unionists in Northern Ireland may be United Kingdom election key
Democratic Unionists in Northern Ireland may be United Kingdom election key

The Conservatives now plan to reach a so-called confidence and supply agreement with the DUP, which would involve it supporting a Conservative minority government on key votes in parliament but not forming a formal coalition. The Scottish National Party were the other big losers on the night, suffering a humbling loss of 21 seats-unthinkable after ...

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  • Public Theater stands by its controversial 'Julius Caesar'
Public Theater stands by its controversial 'Julius Caesar'

The rendition has drawn criticism from conservatives, including Fox News and President Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr . But it was too much for two of the Public Theater's corporate donors . He added that the original play and this production "make the opposite point: Those who attempt to defend democracy by undemocratic methods pay a awful pri...

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