• Here's how Theresa May could be overthrown at 1922 Committee meeting
Here's how Theresa May could be overthrown at 1922 Committee meeting

Gove crashed out of the cabinet previous year after challenging May for the Conservative leadership, stymying Boris Johnson's chances in the process. Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Conservative Party in Scotland who is credited with a surprise win of 13 seats for the party there, said yesterday that the PM needed to "look again" at Brexit.

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  • Trump says is willing to testify under oath about Comey claims
Trump says is willing to testify under oath about Comey claims

When asked if he would testify under oath with special counsel Robert Mueller , Trump confirmed he would. On Thursday, the former FBI director told the upper chamber that Trump had demanded his personal loyalty - and then asked him to demonstrate that loyalty, by dropping the FBI's investigation into Michael Flynn .

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  • Lewis Hamilton wins F1 Canadian GP, picks up points on Sebastien Vettel
Lewis Hamilton wins F1 Canadian GP, picks up points on Sebastien Vettel

MONTREAL (AP ) - Lewis Hamilton managed to avoid the jostling for position behind him on the opening lap of the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. When he looked in his mirror, the news got even better. Ocon responded on his way in: "He can not do that". Thats not fair racing at all.”. The 18-year-old Stroll, on the grid for the first time be...

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  • Interior Secretary Recommends Shrinking Bears Ears
Interior Secretary Recommends Shrinking Bears Ears

President Donald Trump called James Comey "cowardly" and said he thought any leaked information coming from the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director could be "far more prevalent" than believed in his latest early morning Twitter jab, NBC News reported.

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  • White House says Trump looks forward to scheduling United Kingdom trip
White House says Trump looks forward to scheduling United Kingdom trip

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called for the cancellation of the visit altogether, joining MPs from across the political spectrum in citing disagreements over the Paris climate accord and the US President's criticism of London Mayor Sadiq Khan following the London Bridge terror attacks.

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  • Iran Says It Killed Mastermind Of Deadly Attacks On Parliament And Mausoleum
Iran Says It Killed Mastermind Of Deadly Attacks On Parliament And Mausoleum

The announcement reassures that the other elements of ISIL terrorist group related to Wednesday attack were identified and arrested before managing to do anything. Still, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei has previously stated his belief that the United States created the Islamic State, referred to as Daesh in the Middle East.

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  • Ex-FBI Director James Comey visits hometown, dad
Ex-FBI Director James Comey visits hometown, dad

Schumer maintained that special counsel Robert Mueller, who is heading the Justice Department's investigation, would be consulted first. It comes a day after U.S. Comey also laid out specifics on at least two private phone calls initiated by Trump and said that altogether, they had had nine conversations. Comey referred to Trump's comment when ...

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  • North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security: Mattis
North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security: Mattis

In late May, North Korea launched a short-range ballistic missile which landed in the Sea of Japan, about 300km off the Japanese coast. In what could be a further complication, this may be a signal that South Korea is slipping away from USA influence as Seoul seeks better terms with Pyongyang and Beijing.

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  • Britain's PM May to face her party amid post-election tumult
Britain's PM May to face her party amid post-election tumult

The Conservatives are now trying to secure the support of Northern Ireland's 10 Democratic Unionist Party lawmakers to assure passage of May's program. He said a new election might be necessary later this year or early in 2018. Some in Brussels may see this as an opportunity to drive a hard deal and dictate terms, Klass believes, while ...

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  • Spicer suggests Trump's 'covfefe' tweet was a secret message
Spicer suggests Trump's 'covfefe' tweet was a secret message

Trump wants to respond more aggressively to allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and questions about investigations of possible ties between Trump's campaign and Moscow . The "covfefe" kerfuffle began shortly after midnight Wednesday, when Trump tweeted , in full, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe". It didn't hel...

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  • Cosby jury sent home after deliberating 4 hours
Cosby jury sent home after deliberating 4 hours

Yes. If he is convicted, prosecutors say, Cosby would also have to register as a sex offender and face an assessment to determine if he is a sexually violent predator. He has said the sexual encounter with Constand was consensual. "We all know better now", said Steele, who contemptuously accused the defense of the "exploitation of myths".

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  • California Congressman Moves to Impeach President Trump
California Congressman Moves to Impeach President Trump

Even so, Sherman's actions will be impossible to ignore. Sherman wrote in a letter to fellow lawmakers on Monday that he may try to force a floor vote on his article of impeachment if the House Judiciary Committee does not take it up.

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  • Memorable Moments From James Comey's Testimony
Memorable Moments From James Comey's Testimony

But he nearly certainly would avail himself as a witness to Mueller in any obstruction of justice investigation centered on his firing, or to further discuss requests he received from Trump that he interpreted as directives. Richman confirmed to Fox News he met with Senate lawmakers through the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, ...

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  • Trump
Trump "100%" willing to testify under oath

Comey ", said Sen Jack Reed, D-R.I. He is a good guy. Comey: "I don't know. [I] replied only that '[Flynn] is a good guy'". Marc Kasowitz, the President's lawyer, fired back at Comey Thursday, saying the President hadn't asked him to drop an investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn .

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  • Saudi Arabia Sorry Over Minute's Silence Controversy
Saudi Arabia Sorry Over Minute's Silence Controversy

The Saudi football federation issued a statement saying it " deeply regrets and unreservedly apologizes for any offense caused". However, the Independent pointed out that Saudi teams have participated in moments of silence before, including Al-Ahli Saudi FC in a 2016 match against Barcelona to honor Brazilian soccer players killed in a p...

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  • Barnier Says UK Risks Crashing Out of EU If More Time Wasted
Barnier Says UK Risks Crashing Out of EU If More Time Wasted

German conservative Markus Ferber, an European Union lawmaker involved in discussions on access to European Union markets for Britain's financial sector, was scathing: "This is the second time within a year that a huge gamble taken by a British prime minister backfired spectacularly", he said.

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  • Kingmakers in DUP can shape nature of Brexit deal
Kingmakers in DUP can shape nature of Brexit deal

The heroine of the Conservative campaign, Scottish leader Ruth Davidson, signalled her opposition by tweeting a link to a same-sex marriage lecture she gave past year. Several have said that she seeks to concentrate too much power in her immediate circle, leaving her cabinet and parliament powerless. "We have a program, we have support and we a...

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  • London Bridge: third attacker named as Youssef Zaghba
London Bridge: third attacker named as Youssef Zaghba

Youssef Zaghba - an Italian national partially of Moroccan descent - has been identified as the third suspect in the multi-prong attack in London that killed seven people. Police said he is from east London and his family has been notified. The body was found late last night about two kilometres downstream from London Bridge, where Saturd...

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  • Sarawak pulls out of Tourism Malaysia over tax insults
Sarawak pulls out of Tourism Malaysia over tax insults

Sarawak has withdrawn from the Malaysian Tourism Board, escalating a sudden spat between the state and federal governments over a new tourism tax set to begin next month. Sabah, too, has a similar proposal known as the 20-point agreement, with certain differences in content. Mr Abdul Karim was appointed to his post a month ago, while Mr Nazri is ...

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  • Corbyn keeps eyes on Downing Street
Corbyn keeps eyes on Downing Street

It is thought Mrs Foster, despite being a Brexit supporter, could seek assurances from Mrs May that she will pursue a softer exit from the European Union , given Northern Ireland's 56% Remain vote and the DUP's desire not to see a return to a hard border with Ireland .

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