• Theresa May chased away by Grenfell Tower protesters
Theresa May chased away by Grenfell Tower protesters

He continued: "To those who think rules, regulations, health and safety investment, are a bad thing, I say, "Come to Grenfell Tower, come meet the wonderful people I have met and remember those who have lost their life in a preventable accident that didn't need to happen".

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  • Queen Elizabeth says Britain deeply somber but steadfast
Queen Elizabeth says Britain deeply somber but steadfast

Rescue personnel have had difficulty reaching the top floors of the charred, 24-story tower. The queen marked her official birthday on Saturday by saying Britain remains "resolute in the face of adversity" after the horrendous fire and recent extremist attacks in London and Manchester.

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  • Banned building materials suspected in London fire
Banned building materials suspected in London fire

Residents who met Mrs May in Downing Street over the weekend said while they welcomed the funding they had not been consulted before the announcement was made. "My understanding is the cladding in question, this flammable cladding which is banned in Europe and the U.S., is also banned here", Chancellor Philip Hammond said in a BBC interview .

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  • London mayor admits public anger over deadly fire
London mayor admits public anger over deadly fire

Labour Party lawmaker David Lammy said the Government and the police should immediately seize all documents relating to the building's renovation to prevent the destruction of evidence that could show criminal wrongdoing. Hector Bellerin, who is in Spain's team at UEFA's European Under-21 Championship, made the announcement on Twitter, saying "p...

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  • Donald Trump says he's being investigated for firing Federal Bureau of Investigation chief
Donald Trump says he's being investigated for firing Federal Bureau of Investigation chief

Dianne Feinstein, top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said she was "increasingly concerned" that Trump will fire both Mueller and Rosenstein . Mr Mueller, the special counsel named by the Justice Department to probe the Russia matter, is investigating whether anyone associated with Mr Trump or his campaign had any illegal dea...

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  • Banned building materials helped flames to spread quickly in London fire
Banned building materials helped flames to spread quickly in London fire

Philip Hammond said the cladding used on the tower block was banned. Friends and relatives of Zainab Dean, one of the people still missing after a fire engulfed Grenfell Tower , a 24 storey building gather, near the building, in west London .

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  • Killing of Kashmiri policemen a cowardly act: Jaitley
Killing of Kashmiri policemen a cowardly act: Jaitley

The statement added that JKLF delegations visited Raidwani Kulgam and Bandipora and participated in the funeral prayers and condolence meetings of Junaid Matto, Mohammad Ashraf and Naseer Ahmad Sheikh. A day after six policemen were killed in an ambush and their bodies disfigured by heavily-armed terrorists in south Kashmir's Anantnag, Defence Mini...

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  • Donald Trump Forgets to Say
Donald Trump Forgets to Say "Alleged" Collusion With Russians

Trump fired FBI Director James Comey in May, and that firing is now reportedly part of an investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice as president . In a tweet , the president also appeared to accuse the USA deputy attorney general of pursuing a " witch hunt ". In May, the Post reported that the meeting with Kislyak focused on setti...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo in focus after Confederations Cup tie
Cristiano Ronaldo in focus after Confederations Cup tie

There's no need to sound the alarm. They scored in the last few minutes and now we think of the next game. "We have to win because if we win then we'll be a step nearer qualifying". The Video Assistant Referees would again be utilised as Chile's Eduardo Vargas was adjudged to have been narrowly offside before he found the back of the Cameroon net...

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  • Ex-Ole Miss QB, EMCC assistant, Bo Wallace arrested for DUI
Ex-Ole Miss QB, EMCC assistant, Bo Wallace arrested for DUI

Wallace was released at 1:16 a.m. Sunday after he was bonded out. Stephens said Wallace fell asleep after working a football camp and was involved in an accident, per Antonio Morales and Will Sammon of the Clarion-Ledger. He transferred to the school after playing one season at East Mississippi Community College in 2011. Wallace was not selecte...

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  • Iran, China Hold Joint Naval Drill In Persian Gulf
Iran, China Hold Joint Naval Drill In Persian Gulf

An Iranian destroyer and two Chinese destroyers are among the vessels that will participate in the exercise, which will take place in the eastern portion of the Strait of Hormuz and the Sea of Oman, according to IRNA. The joint drills are coming amid a recent move by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and a number of other Ara...

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  • Was the United Kingdom election a rejection of Brexit?
Was the United Kingdom election a rejection of Brexit?

However the report warned against the government targeting an arbitrary limit of the absolute numbers of migration, such as a pledge to bring immigration into the tens of thousands. A spokesman for the Department for Exiting the European Union said: "We believe that the withdrawal process can not be concluded without the future relationship als...

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  • Ryan:
Ryan: "Let Robert Mueller do his job"

Ruddy told CNN on Tuesday that Mueller and Trump "had a private conversation" and suggested it was "unethical" before the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director was named special counsel. "They need to be independent". The president has denied that he has any nefarious ties to Russian Federation and has also disputed that he's attempte...

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  • Rosenstein Has Discussed Recusing Himself From Russia Probe
Rosenstein Has Discussed Recusing Himself From Russia Probe

They have tried to highlight the positive reviews he received Wednesday when he made a statesman-like appearance in the White House to address the nation after Rep. Trump tweeted on June 16. Sessions had already recused himself from the investigation, testifying earlier this week that he did so because he had worked on the Trump campaign.

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  • Trump Goes After Rod Rosenstein
Trump Goes After Rod Rosenstein

Rosenstein now has such authority because Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself on March 2 after revelations of previously undisclosed meetings with Russia's ambassador to Washington while he was a Trump campaign advisor. Trump has expressed increasing dissatisfaction with the Justice Department since Mueller's appointment. Rosenstei...

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  • Special counsel investigating business dealings of Jared Kushner
Special counsel investigating business dealings of Jared Kushner

In an attempt to sound upbeat and to downplay the new developments in a controversy that has now reached the Oval Office, Trump also said that "despite the phony witch Hunt going on in America, the economic & jobs numbers are great". "The FBI leak of information regarding the President is outrageous, inexcusable and illegal", he said. White H...

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  • France's Macron wins strong parliament majority
France's Macron wins strong parliament majority

He said the Socialist party needed to change its ideas and its organization and that a "collective leadership" would replace him. France's new president Emmanuel Macon voted bright and early in the second round of parliamentary elections, setting a good example on a day some fear turnout could hit an historic low.

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  • Russia dominate New Zealand in Confederations Cup opener
Russia dominate New Zealand in Confederations Cup opener

The hosts now take on Portugal on Thursday (AEST) after Fernando Santos's men have played Mexico in their Group A opener. Federation Internationale de Football Association will for the first time also implement a three-step procedure that allow referees to stop matches in the event of racist or discriminatory incidents - a new measure Deputy ...

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  • Macron marches on as his party wins large majority in French parliament
Macron marches on as his party wins large majority in French parliament

The French right, which only a year ago had believed the presidential and parliamentary elections impossible to lose, was on track for its worst parliamentary score in France's postwar Fifth Republic. The Socialists, who ruled the nation before Mr Macron's independent presidential victory in May, were decimated and only won 6% of the vote. Party ...

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  • Donald Trump's White House may seek to water down Russian Federation sanctions
Donald Trump's White House may seek to water down Russian Federation sanctions

However, with the bill heading to the House, it appears that the White House is now working with House Republicans to weaken the legislation and restore President Donald Trump's power over the sanctions. Germany on Friday accused Washington of hurting European power companies through the new sanctions against Russian Federation that target the ...

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