• Brexit negotiations set to be delayed on United Kingdom election result
Brexit negotiations set to be delayed on United Kingdom election result

The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk , has made it clear that there is no appetite to discuss a future relationship between Britain and the EU until hard questions around the so-called divorce settlement have been addressed. She has become a weak prime minister and negotiator. A spokeswoman for the European Commission, whose Brexit...

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  • Tick-tock: European Union says time pressing hard to start Brexit talks
Tick-tock: European Union says time pressing hard to start Brexit talks

Earlier, Brussels' chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said the talks would begin when Britain was ready, suggesting he would consider a short delay. "Right now, I don't see any obstacles for the negotiations to take place as planned". But without the strong mandate Mrs May had hoped for, and with no majority, the UK's strategy for negotiating Br...

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  • Pound dives as United Kingdom enters new period of uncertainty
Pound dives as United Kingdom enters new period of uncertainty

The result is a gain of 34 seats for Labour and a loss of 16 for the Conservatives. May is now expected to form a minority government with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ), a Northern Irish party with 10 members of Parliament, which is dedicated to keeping Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom.

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  • Did Russia interfere in the 2016 elections? No doubt, Comey says
Did Russia interfere in the 2016 elections? No doubt, Comey says

There are potential presidential candidates past and future, senators up for re-election in a tough political climate and a couple veteran GOP lawmakers, including committee Chairman Richard Burr of North Carolina, who were re-elected a year ago against the odds, thanks partly to Trump's own victory.

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  • Theresa May Top Aides Resign After Disastrous Election
Theresa May Top Aides Resign After Disastrous Election

If she is to succeed in delivering the end of Britain's European Union membership which 52 percent of the British public demanded past year, she must find a way to recapture the full support of her party because she will need their votes to pass legislation preparing for and ultimately enacting the departure.

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  • United Kingdom snap vote results leave Brexit negotiations uncertain
United Kingdom snap vote results leave Brexit negotiations uncertain

Carrying the flag of Europe and wearing politicians masks, the protest centred around the Houses of Parliament. Norway's foreign minister, whose country twice voted against joining the European Union but has access to the bloc's single market, said Brexit talks would be "harder" after Britain's result.

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  • Qatar Group Plans to Pursue Damages Tied to Saudi-Led Blockade
Qatar Group Plans to Pursue Damages Tied to Saudi-Led Blockade

The Russian intevention follows calls from US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for the crisis not to disrupt action against the Islamic State (IS) group. "The main objective of my visit is to update Russian Federation on the events and on those illegal measures, which have been undertaken against Qatar", he said.

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  • After Polls, Sterling Gets a Boost
After Polls, Sterling Gets a Boost

On Friday morning in London , after several hours of gyrations, the pound fell as low as $1.2687, . There are many ways Britain's political situation could pan out as the Conservatives scramble to form a government following their failure to win a majority in Thursday's poll.

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  • Why gay rights could be a sticking point for new United Kingdom government
Why gay rights could be a sticking point for new United Kingdom government

Over the weekend, the DUP and the Conservatives are likely to discuss the government's legislative agenda to agree how the informal coalition will work in practice. Steven Jaffe - a consultant to the Board of Deputies of British Jews - wrote in the Jewish News on Friday that on Middle Eastern-related issues, the DUP - which won 10 parliamentary...

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  • US President Donald Trump Proposes Privatized ATC Reform
US President Donald Trump Proposes Privatized ATC Reform

US President Donald Trump on Monday proposed to Congress a law to privatise the US air traffic control system with an eye toward modernising it and making it more efficient. USA towers use pieces of paper to monitor a flight's progress, even as FAA has promised to transition to digital slips, among other technology updates.

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  • Comey told Senators that Sessions had third meeting with Russian diplomat
Comey told Senators that Sessions had third meeting with Russian diplomat

As Comey was testifying, Trump told a ballroom full of conservative Christian evangelicals , "We are under siege", but would wind up better than ever. Comey testified that Trump's tweet led him to go public with one of the memos he'd drafted, in case Trump tried to mischaracterize their conversations.

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  • Actions must follow China's words on North Korea, US defence secretary says
Actions must follow China's words on North Korea, US defence secretary says

But it differs from the United States and its allies on how to rein in the North's rapidly escalating nuclear and ballistic missile program. The joint declaration was adopted on June 15, 2000, by then-South Korean President Kim Dae-jung and North Korean leader Kim Jong-il as a result of the inter-Korea summit in 2000, the first time since the e...

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  • Macron Opens A 'Demanding' Dialogue With Putin In France
Macron Opens A 'Demanding' Dialogue With Putin In France

Macron , 39, who won the May 17 election in a landslide, said he and Putin had "extremely frank" talks but emphasized that Russian Federation and France could work together on issues like terrorism. Macron took a swipe at Russian media outlets Russia Today and Sputnik, calling them " organs of influence and propaganda". Putin, though, said on...

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  • London Bridge terrorists tried to rent a bigger and deadlier truck
London Bridge terrorists tried to rent a bigger and deadlier truck

Zaghba and Redouane had no criminal convictions or such warnings in Britain. Footage of the terrorist's final moments come just hours after video emerged showing the terror attack underway. British police said Zaghba had not been a subject of interest for them or the domestic intelligence agency MI5 before he and two others launched their attack.

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  • Trump accuses Comey of felony perjury in congressional testimony
Trump accuses Comey of felony perjury in congressional testimony

Any recourse against Trump would have to be addressed on Capitol Hill, with the House and Senate as judge and jury. Besides his interactions with Trump , Comey also weighed in on a number of different matters including the time that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had recused himself from FBI's investigation into ties between Russian Fe...

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  • Theresa May fights for survival ahead of Brexit talks
Theresa May fights for survival ahead of Brexit talks

Many people will have felt Mr Corbyn was justified in saying after the results were in: "We put forward our policies, strong and hopeful policies, and they have gained an wonderful response and traction". MPs will rally round to save the party in the short term, but a leadership challenge and another general election looms. There will already be di...

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  • What Are Analysts Report About Superior Energy Services, Inc. (SPN)
What Are Analysts Report About Superior Energy Services, Inc. (SPN)

The Average True Range, a measure of volatility is at 0.63, however its weekly and monthly volatility is 7.29%, 5.42% respectively. Superior Energy Services has an average rating of "Buy" and a consensus price target of $19.63. While having a peek at profitability ratios Superior Energy Services (NYSE:SPN) has trailing twelve month gross margin at ...

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  • UK election: Theresa May fights for survival ahead of Brexit talks
UK election: Theresa May fights for survival ahead of Brexit talks

To govern, she will need the support of the socially conservativeDUP, which won 10 seats in Northern Ireland . And he said the result left the party with questions about how to convince voters it can move from "protesting about a government into being the government".

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  • The pink knife one of the London attackers used for slashings
The pink knife one of the London attackers used for slashings

At the time of the attack he was working in a London restaurant and continued to have contacts with his mother in Italy, which he visited previous year, Corriere wrote. It had been set at "critical" in the days after the Manchester concert bombing on May 22 that killed 22 people - reflecting a judgment that an attack might be imminent because...

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  • Wales boss Chris Coleman remembers his Serbia nightmare before Belgrade clash
Wales boss Chris Coleman remembers his Serbia nightmare before Belgrade clash

Four draws in a row have left them third in Group D, four points behind Serbia and the Republic of Ireland with five games to play. He said: "As soon as I got off the plane a few months ago, I could feel it". This campaign when we've drawn it's been like a defeat because of what's happened between the Bosnia game and drawing in Austria. The Re...

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