• DUP: Talks not going as 'expected' and deal 'not imminent'
DUP: Talks not going as 'expected' and deal 'not imminent'

The Times branded her administration the "stumbling husk of a zombie government" and said May was now "so weak that she can not arbitrate between squabbling cabinet ministers", who are increasingly publicly divided over Brexit. "My government's counter-terrorism strategy will be reviewed to ensure that the police and security services have all th...

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  • May to present Brexit plans to European Union leaders
May to present Brexit plans to European Union leaders

Mrs May said: "What I am going to be setting out today is clearly how the United Kingdom proposes to protect the rights of European Union citizens living in the UK and see the rights of UK citizens living in Europe protected". "The man is a joker". After seven hours of talks in Brussels , Mr Davis, who had previously promised the " row of ...

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  • Trump's Mystifying Tweet Leaves US Officials Baffled
Trump's Mystifying Tweet Leaves US Officials Baffled

The calls for a response come as spy satellites detected new activity at North Korea's underground nuclear test site for the first time in several weeks, according to two USA officials who spoke to CNN. If they are unable to do so, the USA, with its allies, will! When he entered the White House , Trump was stuck in a state of perpetual bristling...

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  • Over 3000 Foreign Fans Use Confederations Cup Free Travel Program in Russian Federation
Over 3000 Foreign Fans Use Confederations Cup Free Travel Program in Russian Federation

The incident occurred on Sunday at Mexico's 2-2 draw against Portugal in Kazan, FIFA said in a statement, just days after it announced stricter measures to crack down on fans' behavior at the tournament including allowing referees to stop matches.

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  • Trump criticises federal government technology as outdated
Trump criticises federal government technology as outdated

Apple CEO Tim Cook , Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and venture capitalist Peter Thiel were among those attending an afternoon of working groups on issues like technology infrastructure, cyber security and visas for foreign workers.

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  • Teen LAPD Cadets Suspected Of Stealing, Crashing Cruisers And Posing As Officers
Teen LAPD Cadets Suspected Of Stealing, Crashing Cruisers And Posing As Officers

The group used a police officer's name who was on holiday to sign out stun guns, radios and cars. Photos from the end of Wednesday night's chases showed what appeared to be a wrecked police SUV and four-door police vehicle. File: A police vehicle is seen at the unveiling of two new Ford Fusion hybrid pursuit-rated police cars at Los Angeles Po...

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  • EU leaders to weigh terrorism, defence ties, migration
EU leaders to weigh terrorism, defence ties, migration

May's Tories are now stuck in power-sharing talks with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, while she's under pressure from some ministers to seek a softer Brexit . "I will display a constructive attitude firmly based on the interests and support of the 27 [member states]". It still remains to be seen whether future Brexit negotiations ...

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  • Sergio Garcia well placed at the BMW International
Sergio Garcia well placed at the BMW International

Reigning Open champion Henrik Stenson , who is defending his title, sits another shot back on 65 in a group of 12 which also includes English quartet Richard Bland , Tommy Fleetwood , James Morrison and Matthew Southgate . "I'm trying to recover from jet-lag, and I had little bit of a tweak on my back that I got last Friday and still kind of deali...

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  • United Kingdom population shows sharpest rise in nearly 70 years
United Kingdom population shows sharpest rise in nearly 70 years

The 538,000 increase last year is the largest increase seen since the year to mid-1947 when it was 551,000. The Office for National Statistics said net global migration continued to be the main driver behind the growth, while there was also a rise in births and fewer deaths.

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  • Reaction To Cosby Case
Reaction To Cosby Case

Constand was the women's basketball team manager at Cosby's alma mater. O'Neill indicated he would try to schedule a new trial within 120 days. Prosecutors have vowed to return to court after Bill Cosby's sexual molestation case was declared a mistrial in Pennsylvania on Saturday (17Jun17).

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  • Ward retains titles with TKO win
Ward retains titles with TKO win

If there was any doubt about Andre Ward being the best light heavyweight, and possibly the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, Ward erased those doubts with a TKO win over Sergey Kovalev . Between exchanges, Ward used his lead hand to control distance, while on the inside he smothered much of Kovalev's offense. But the shots forced K...

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  • Donald Trump rakes in $300m from golf courses
Donald Trump rakes in $300m from golf courses

The number includes nearly $20 million from Trump's Washington D.C. hotel, according to a 98-page financial-disclosure document released by the federal Office of Government Ethics on Friday evening. Revenue from several hotels and estates of the President are always steady. And he reported that his trust owns a new company called Storage 106 L...

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  • Genoa makes special airport waiver for famed pesto sauce
Genoa makes special airport waiver for famed pesto sauce

The relaxation of the regulation has been made by Genoa, the home of pesto, which consists of ground pine nuts, olive oil, basil, garlic and parmesan cheese. Donations can be as low as $0.55, but the airport says many are donating more and that 20 days after the initiative started they'd already received over 500 Euros, of $557 in donations.

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  • Key Tory manifesto bills missing from Queen's Speech, with focus on Brexit
Key Tory manifesto bills missing from Queen's Speech, with focus on Brexit

The Conservatives and Democratic Unionists have a "very good" chance of reaching an agreement, a senior DUP MP has said , hinting that the Northern Irish party had won significant concessions as the price of a deal. The Labour leader dismissed her blueprint for the next two years of government as "threadbare" - and declared his party, boosted by...

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  • Talks Between DUP And Conservatives To Continue
Talks Between DUP And Conservatives To Continue

A DUP source warned that talks with Tories "haven't proceeded in a way that the DUP would have expected" and a deal was "certainly not imminent". A senior Democratic Unionist MP has said the chances of reaching a deal with the Conservatives to prop up Theresa May's minority government are "very good".

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  • What is the point of Sean Spicer's briefings?
What is the point of Sean Spicer's briefings?

Bustle also reached out to the White House for further comment, but has not received a response. "If you go, who will not answer them?" "The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director said that without a doubt, the Russians -" the reporter said.

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  • Hamas rejects Islamic State's claim of killing of Israeli officer
Hamas rejects Islamic State's claim of killing of Israeli officer

Emad Zahran, the head of Deir Abu Mashal Local Council, said the soldiers closed all roads leading to the village, starting late at night Friday, and installed an iron gate, sealing the main entrance, and prevented the Palestinians from entering or leaving it.

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  • Court: Mississippi can enforce LGBT religious objections law
Court: Mississippi can enforce LGBT religious objections law

The US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals today reversed an injunction against Mississippi House Bill 1523 which is considered one of the most anti-LGBTI laws in the US. But upon appeal by Gov. Phil Bryant , the three-judge panel overturned Reeves' decision, saying the federal courts could not rule on the law until someone suffered actual harm, su...

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  • Theresa May to unveil Brexit plans to EU leaders
Theresa May to unveil Brexit plans to EU leaders

Several eastern European states have also urged the EU to ensure that Britain's departure does not harm co-operation on security issues from intelligence-sharing to handling of worldwide criminal cases and the tracking of suspects. While officials welcomed the calm start to negotiations on Monday, EU diplomats are expressing pessimism that Brita...

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  • Theresa May to outline guarantees for European Union expats in Britain
Theresa May to outline guarantees for European Union expats in Britain

The discussions between U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis and Barnier marked the end of the beginning of what both sides expect to be a complicated and confrontational process to unwind more than four decades of membership. One key question is when the cut-off date for citizens rights to be protected should be. "We would like to have a diff...

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