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Senate Republicans re-elect McConnell as leader

Senate Republicans have re-elected Kentucky's Mitch McConnell to be majority leader when the new Congress convenes in January and starts working on Donald Trump's...

Obama: ‘Trump’s temperament will not serve him well’ as president

President Barack Obama has warned there are "certain elements" of Donald Trump's temperament that will not serve him well "unless he recognises them and...

‘No Brexit plan’ from British government, leaked memo says

The British government has no Brexit plan and a poor understanding of what leaving the European Union means for industry, according to a leaked...

Boris Johnson: Election of ‘dealmaker’ Donald Trump ‘a good thing for Europe and UK’

The British Prime Minister will set out her response to the global changes signalled by Donald Trump's election victory in her first major foreign...

Boris Johnson snubs EU emergency meeting about Donald Trump win

An emergency EU foreign ministers' meeting called to discuss Donald Trump's shock US election victory has been snubbed by Britain's Boris Johnson. The move highlights...

Donald Trump dubs protests as “Very unfair”, after a ‘successful election’

Demonstrations against Donald Trump continued in cities across the US as the president-elect accused those taking part of being "professional protesters". Police declared a protest...

Election 2016: Hillary did not win the women over?

It is finally over and the decision has been made that (Republican) Donald J. Trump is elected as the 45th president of the United...

Trump campaign team files lawsuit over Las Vegas voting ‘anomalies’

Donald Trump's campaign has alleged that polling station "anomalies" took place during early voting in the Las Vegas area last week. A lawsuit filed in...

Is Theresa May drafting Article 50 to trigger fast-track Brexit?

It it come to the attention of the public that Theresa May is currently drafting up a rough copy of Article 50 in an...

PM vows her hands will not be tied over post-Brexit negotiations

Theresa May has vowed she will not allow her hands to be tied in negotiating a post-Brexit future for Britain, as she travelled to...

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New Zealand close to virus eradication despite grim global figures

New Zealand has all but eradicated the coronavirus from its shores, with just one person in the nation of five million known to be...

Minneapolis police station torched amid George Floyd death protests

Demonstrators have torched a Minneapolis police station as three days of violent protests spread over the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man...

Nina Dobrev confirms relationship with Shaun White as she gives him a haircut

Nina Dobrev confirmed her relationship with snowboarder Shaun White as she revealed she has given him a quarantine haircut. The pair made their romance Instagram...

Socially distanced gatherings of six permitted under UK’s lockdown easing

Friends and family will be able to meet in parks and gardens in socially distanced groups of six under British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s...

Security law ‘puts Hong Kong’s appeal for business at risk’

Hong Kong’s status as a leading place to do business could be in peril following the adoption of a national security law. The legislation, which...
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