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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

POLITICS

POLITICS

The Home Secretary feared “outrage” from the Trump administration if he sought assurances over avoiding the death penalty for two suspected Islamic State terrorists. High...

Downing Street is braced for another week of Brexit battles as it faces flashpoints with both Brussels and hardline Tory MPs in the UK. Despite...

Nicola Sturgeon has said her party’s MPs would back a so-called People’s Vote, if given the option. Her comments come as Theresa May hopes to...

Any bid to topple Theresa May as Tory leader by hardline Brexiteers would trigger “collapse and disarray”, a prominent minister has said. Foreign Office Minister...

A leading Tory Brexiteer has issued a new warning to Theresa May that she faces a Commons defeat if she presses ahead with her...

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has announced that the US is cancelling a 1955 treaty with Iran establishing economic relations and consular rights...

French prime minister Edouard Philippe has assumed responsibility for France’s domestic security after the interior minister resigned in an apparent act of defiance towards...
Boris Johnson, Politics, EU, Parliament

Boris Johnson has denounced Theresa May’s Chequers plan for EU withdrawal as an “outrage” that would leave the UK “locked in the tractor beam...

President Donald Trump has celebrated his latest revamped trade agreement with America’s two neighbours and has called the pact for the United States, Mexico...

California governor Jerry Brown has signed the United States’ toughest net neutrality measure which requires internet providers to maintain a level playing field online. The...