• Theresa May faces Trade Bill showdown
Theresa May faces Trade Bill showdown

The North Cornwall MP had campaigned to leave the European Union before the referendum and in no analogy whatsoever is otherwise notable for being rescued from the sea by a Conservative colleague after he jumped in, too embarrassed to admit that he did not know how to swim.

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  • Defence minister resigns as crucial Brexit vote clears Commons
Defence minister resigns as crucial Brexit vote clears Commons

They are not expected to pass, as the opposition Labour party will not support them, but will show how many MPs are prepared to publicly oppose the prime minister. Trump offered a suggestion to May's Brexit problem. Meanwhile media reports in London said Monday opponents of May in her own Conservative Party are collecting signatures to force a ...

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  • Trump Tells Officials How Putin Will Respond To Meddling Question
Trump Tells Officials How Putin Will Respond To Meddling Question

Trump has said he will raise the issue with Putin, but is now apparently under much bigger pressure. Officials said he spoke again with Putin as the event was ending because the Russian president was seated next to Mrs. "Nothing bad is going to come out of it, and maybe some good will come out", Trump said. The Helsinki summit, which comes at o...

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  • Syrian forces seize village in SW, widening offensive
Syrian forces seize village in SW, widening offensive

Syrian government troops have intensified shelling in the southern province of Quneitra, which borders the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights, on Sunday and seized part of the area, a war monitor said. "We will liberate all Syria", said one of the soldiers. Since June 19, the Syrian army has been conducting a liberation operation in Dara'a, which bord...

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  • Former UK minister calls for second vote on Brexit to end stalemate
Former UK minister calls for second vote on Brexit to end stalemate

Jacob Rees-Mogg, the chairman of the ERG, told the BBC "we'll have an idea of the numbers at 10pm on Monday evening" while one ERG insider added that they were "intensely relaxed" about the number of rebels they had signed up. Defending his record in office he added "don't tell me that the United Kingdom is losing diplomatic influence" citing the...

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  • 'Shameful': US lawmakers blast Trump over Putin summit
'Shameful': US lawmakers blast Trump over Putin summit

A lot of the questions focused on Russia's intrusion into the USA election campaign (the considered position of the key U.S. intelligence agencies) and specifically the indictment by the Mueller probe of 12 Russian intelligence agents. Most of all, Putin unleashed a cyber attack on America's electoral process, aimed at both electing Trump - with ...

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  • Indonesia mob kills 300 crocodiles as man dies after entering breeding pond
Indonesia mob kills 300 crocodiles as man dies after entering breeding pond

West Papua Natural Resources Conservation Agency chief Basar Manullang criticised the retaliatory attack, saying the farm operated legally but that the crocodile slaughter " violated the law on destroying others' property ". The killing of a protected species is a crime that carries a fine or imprisonment in Indonesia and local authorities are now ...

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  • Trump advised Theresa May to sue European Union on Brexit deal
Trump advised Theresa May to sue European Union on Brexit deal

President Donald Trump hold a joint news conference at Chequers, the official country residence of the Prime Minister, near Aylesbury, Britain. In an interview to British, Trump said May's plans for a business-friendly Brexit would leave it too close to the European Union to allow a new trans-Atlantic trade deal to be struck.

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  • Put pressure on Iran, Trump urges Putin at historic summit
Put pressure on Iran, Trump urges Putin at historic summit

Though not mentioning the president directly, she wrote that he "threw the country under the bus". "It was nothing short of treasonous", Brennan tweeted . The Republican rebuke from Capitol Hill came largely from those lawmakers who have been willing to openly criticize the president. "The damage inflicted by President Trump's naivete, egotism...

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  • Another hot, humid day with afternoon storms possible
Another hot, humid day with afternoon storms possible

Rain chances for Tuesday will remain in the morning to early afternoon hours as the cold front passes through the region in the morning. Those temperatures will be accompanied by mostly sunny skies and much lower humidity. Wind: SE/E 5-10. Low: 74. Wednesday Night .Partly cloudy. showers/storms possible. Confidence is high that this weekend ...

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  • ‘Nothing short of treasonous’: Democrats, Republicans dump on Trump after Putin meeting
‘Nothing short of treasonous’: Democrats, Republicans dump on Trump after Putin meeting

Graham quipped that Trump ought to check a soccer ball Putin gave to Trump for listening devices , "and never allow it in the White House". GOP lawmakers also criticized Trump's refusal to blame Russian Federation for interfering in the 2016 presidential election, but Democrats held nothing back as they called Trump treasonous, shameful and a ...

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  • Lava explosion near Hawaii tour boat injures at least 13
Lava explosion near Hawaii tour boat injures at least 13

The tour boat passengers aren't the first to be hit by a flying "lava bomb" from the Kilauea volcano , with Hawaiian local Darryl Clinton lucky to be alive after being struck in May. The people were aboard a tour boat that takes visitors to see lava plunging into the ocean. He said that the crew didn't pick up on any warning signs before the exp...

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  • ‘Trump told me Britain should sue Brussels’
‘Trump told me Britain should sue Brussels’

The President and his wife Melania arrived by helicopter from Windsor after taking tea with the Queen for 45 minutes. In his interview with Morgan , Trump said the United States and its longtime ally would "argue, we're going to fight, and we're going to end up making a deal".

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  • DC-based gun rights advocate charged with being a Russian spy
DC-based gun rights advocate charged with being a Russian spy

According to the complaint, Butina attempted to establish "unofficial lines of communications with US politicians and political organizations" as part of a plan to "identify and exploit" connections that could be used to "advance the interests of the Russian Federation".

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  • Why the Bidar lynching survivors won't offer chocolates to children again
Why the Bidar lynching survivors won't offer chocolates to children again

He sent this provocative message - that these men are child kidnappers and should not be spared - to WhatsApp groups in Murki and surrounding villages, which triggered the chase and the attack on the men. Dileep Sagar, a police inspector in Karnataka, said a mob of at least 50 people attacked Azam and a relative after they were spotted offering...

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  • Guto Bebb: MP resigns as minister over Brexit vote
Guto Bebb: MP resigns as minister over Brexit vote

Last week, members of the hard Brexit group put down four amendments to the taxation (cross-border trade) bill due to be debated on Monday evening, aimed at halting the customs plan announced by May at Chequers nine days ago. Whatever the proposal on the table, there will be MPs who vote it down. Justine Greening told the BBC on Monday that P...

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  • Donald Trump sets expectations low for Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin
Donald Trump sets expectations low for Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin

President Trump called the European Union a "foe" of the United States in an interview which aired Sunday, just one day before his controversial - and still unexplained - meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Finland. Trump and Putin have met twice before, during global summits past year in Germany and in Vietnam. Trump complaine...

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  • Three officers injured in Kansas City shooting
Three officers injured in Kansas City shooting

Koppu was shot on July 6 during an armed robbery at a fast food restaurant in Kansas City where he worked. On Sunday, the authorities confirmed three Kansas City police officers were shot. That passenger was taken into custody. That suspect at larged was tracked to a home where a standoff began and more shots were fired. A detective was shot.

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  • Trump advises May to sue European Union, not negotiate with it
Trump advises May to sue European Union, not negotiate with it

Before the blueprint was published, Brexit Secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned , saying it would not deliver the Brexit people had voted for in the 2016 European Union referendum. -Mexico border. "The general direction of policy will leave us in at best a weak negotiating position, and possibly an inescapable o...

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  • Sen. Sullivan backs Judge Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court
Sen. Sullivan backs Judge Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

Senate in 2000. "In light of President Trump's promise to appoint justices who would overturn Roe , this nomination could jeopardize the right to an abortion millions of women and families have relied on for more than four decades", the ACLU said in a statement .

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