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General election 2017: Sturgeon hails SNP's 'decade of delivery'

General election 2017: Sturgeon hails SNP's 'decade of delivery'

In Sunday's interview, Ms Sturgeon also admitted many SNP voters backed Brexit, despite the party's pro-EU stance. The SNP won 11 seats against the nine seats won by the Tories, and in the first-pas...

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Trump says he may choose a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director by Friday

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Friday rejected the idea that Trump asked Comey to pledge his loyalty. Trump "is emulating some of the worst aspects of Richard Nixon and for those of us...

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Trump and Erdogan to work toward finding Syria consensus

The Turks are fiercely opposed to the USA plans, seeing the Kurdish fighters as terrorists. In a 2015 interview with Breitbart's Steve Bannon - now a White House adviser - the president admitted: "I...

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Trump tells Liberty grads: 'Never ever give up'

Trump kept to an upbeat message in his first extended public appearance since firing James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director this week, saying the lawyer and veteran prosecutor was an ...

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Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for government

Security experts warn there is no guarantee that access will be granted after payment. Payment is demanded within three days or the price is doubled, and if none is received within seven days the lo...

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Israel releases record of Trump-Netanyahu meeting

The visit, a week before Trump's first foreign trip, coincided with a debate between the two countries on Trump's election pledge to move the U.S. It said the comment prompted shouting from th...

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Raising the Steaks: Ranchers Applaud Trump's China Trade Deal

Raising the Steaks: Ranchers Applaud Trump's China Trade Deal

China will allow US imports of beef no later than July 16, while the United States will issue a proposed rule to allow Chinese cooked poultry to enter USA markets. We have all the ingredients for a...

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France's Macron looks to past post-win, gears up for future

Half of all candidates will be women. But National Front vice-president Florian Philippot said Ms Le Pen remains the "uncontested" leader of the party even after her heavy defeat. But he won just 6....

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BC Greens gain two more seats in 2017 provincial election

Speaking at a campaign office in her riding, Clark said she's confident the Liberals have done everything they could to reach voters over the past four weeks of campaigning. in retaliation for United ...

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Merkel: British EU immigration cap would have price

Merkel: British EU immigration cap would have price

United Nations chief Antonio Guterres tweeted after the Tuesday meeting that the two "discussed peace and security #globalgloals and human rights". "What is important is the political structures and...

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Slowing economy likely to ruffle Bank of England hawks' feathers

That shift will be driven by the trade-off between rising inflation and broader growth. The European Commission raised its United Kingdom growth forecasts for the second time in six months on Thursd...

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Top US Democrats Request Probe of Trump Team

Mr Flynn resigned the day before the February 14 meeting, after it was revealed he apparently had lied to his about the nature of his contacts with Russia's ambassador. The House Ways and Means Commit...

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Oxford student who stabbed boyfriend may be spared jail

Oxford student who stabbed boyfriend may be spared jail

Judge Pringle said jailing her could be unfair - because it could affect her career. Woodward pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding, a charge which carries a maximum of five years in prison and is m...

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White House in damage limitation mode over Russian Federation intelligence sharing claims

President Donald Trump personally appealed to FBI Director James Comey to abandon the bureau's investigation into National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, according to notes Comey wrote after the ...

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Prince Philip Set To Retire From Royal Duties

Prince Philip Set To Retire From Royal Duties

Britain's Queen Elizabeth addresses both Houses of Parliament, next to her husband Prince Philip at Westminster Hall in London March 20, 2012. The announcement was made after all members of the Q...

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Britain will continue to share intelligence with Trump, says Theresa May

The Senate Intelligence Committee has asked the White House for more information about reports that Trump gave intelligence information to the Russians, a spokeswoman for the panel said. The report ...

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UN Security Council for imposing sanctions on North Korea's missile test

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged North Korea to return to the path of denuclearization, saying that its latest ballistic missile launch is a threat to regional peace and sec...

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Lawmakers want to see Comey memo on Trump meeting

Late Tuesday, Representative Jason Chaffetz, the Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee, demanded that the F.B.I. turn over all "memoranda, notes, summaries and recordings" of discussion...

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Trump urges peace between Russia and Ukraine

Trump urges peace between Russia and Ukraine

Trump was so concerned about optics that, in his letter firing Comey, he went to pains to assert without substantiation that the FBI director had told him on three occasions that he personally was not...

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Brexit talks to start hours after election, says EU negotiator Michel Barnier

Brexit talks to start hours after election, says EU negotiator Michel Barnier

Tusk repeated that Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the EU will be inferior to membership, saying any trade deal will exclude participation in the European single market. Mrs May and her minist...

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